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The Cinema Slob hijacks Mendo's show to shine a spotlight on that shameless Power Rangers ripoff that Mendo showed a clip from in his last review. Assuming you can remember that far back.
In this episode: Monsters with lady parts, and the scouts infiltrate a costume party in search of the Mystical Silver Crystal.
In this episode of the live-action Sailor Moon series, the scouts investigate a series of disappearances, and Rei is Sailor Mars!
In this episode of the one and only live-action Sailor Moon series, the Negaverse attacks a cram school, and Ami is discovered to be Sailor Mercury!
Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon (PGSM for short) is a hilarious live-action retelling of the Sailor Moon story. On PGSM Summaries, your host Nycea summarizes and riffs on this gloriously bad series, one episode at a time. It all starts here, with the very first episode of Sailor Moon's glorious live-action adventures!
Sofie takes a look at something she actually wishes didn't exist: The U.S. version of the already highly popular BBC show Sherlock... now set in New York... with a female Watson... and called Elementary.
Joey takes a look at the un-appropriately titled Regular Show, the Cartoon Network series about a blue jay and a raccoon and their wacky, surreal misadventures, and its special 2012 Christmas episode, creatively titled "The Christmas Special".
Time Travel Month continues with Phil's very first top ten list! He reveals the top ten darkest moments of Puella Magi Madoka Magica, a 2011 anime series where a schoolgirl named Madoka becomes a Magical Girl and battles dangerous monsters known as "witches".
Mendo takes a look at the existentially crushing world of '80s sitcom favorite ALF, and his one and only holiday episode, the two-part "ALF's Special Christmas". Can this show about the last survivor of a dead planet being stuck with a boring family that refuses to call him by his real name possibly get any more depressing? What do you think?
In this very special episode, Sofie gets the crossover of her dreams when she teams up with Linkara, an Agony Booth contributor from way back who's apparently doing video reviews now?
Sofie goes back and digs through her pile of Requested Reviews for a rather special request: The original, unaired pilot to what went on to become a very successful show, Nickelodeon's Avatar: The Last Airbender!
While Zim is about an incompetent, self-centered alien who disguises himself as a schoolboy in a futile attempt to destroy the human race, and My Little Pony is about pretty ponies in a magical fantasyland learning lessons about friendship, Phil explains why they have quite a lot in common.
Man up and watch a girl's cartoon!
Sofie examines the most famous comic book super-heroine of all time, Wonder Woman, by looking at the awful, awful way Hollywood and the TV industry treated the character in the 2011 David E. Kelley-produced NBC pilot starring Adrienne Palicki as Wonder Woman, which was so bad that (very fortunately) it never aired.
Phil and Trever put on sock puppets and present sketches and music videos as a tribute to The Sifl & Olly Show, a series starring two puppets that aired for two seasons on MTV in the late 1990s.
Joey reviews both a guilty pleasure and a popular show he can't get into, in this Nicktoon double feature!
A transporter accident causes Kirk and Company to cross over into a parallel universe where Spock has a beard, and the crew of the Enterprise is evil and menacing. Meanwhile, a transporter accident in Mendo's house leaves Mendo reviewing this episode with an evil and menacing version of special guest star Sofie Liv. But surely, that's all just a coincidence.
It's that mostly forgotten season where David E. Kelley fired half the cast and brought in James Spader and William Shatner (as Denny Crane!) for what was essentially a year-long setup for the spin-off Boston Legal.
It's a mostly spoiler-free retrospective of the 13-episode murder mystery series Harper's Island. The show was suspenseful despite being a somewhat clichéd tale of a large cast of characters who get killed off one by one, but does it hold up for a second viewing on DVD?
Taking place 70 years after the adventures of Aang and the gang, the show focus on Korra, a teenage girl who's the current incarnation of the Avatar. Sursum explains why this show has everything you could possibly want from children's entertainment.