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As I noted in my previous recap, the third season of Lois & Clark began promisingly by surprising the viewers in the best possible way. In this case, it was Lois responding to Clark’s marriage proposal by revealing that she…
By the end of its second season, Lois & Clark was becoming more of a ratings hit. One reason for this was that the title characters were starting to become more romantic with each other by this point. The only…
With Harvey Weinstein’s career still in ruins and the #MeToo movement now being targeted by Donald Trump (although I guess that was inevitable), I felt prompted to look at an interesting episode from Lois & Clark‘s fourth and final…
It's a clip show, only without the clips, as the origin stories of our main characters are revealed for... well, definitely not for the first time.
“Livewire” (S1 E05) Thanksgiving is the third week of November in National City, apparently, as Supergirl takes on a villain from the DCAU who becomes her lamest foe yet.
Someone said something mean about Supergirl on the radio! There's only one thing that could mean - a fight to the death!
“Pilot” (S1 E01) For the first time in a long time, we get aspects of the Superman mythos onscreen not weighted down by angst or failed attempts at achieving Christopher Nolan and/or Frank Miller levels of grimness.
Look, up at the TV! It's some chick who thinks she's superman. The series premiere of Supergirl has arrived.
“The moral of the story appears to be clear: God may not be dead, but if you’re not a Christian, you soon will be, and He’ll make sure you have the most horrible, painful death possible.”
“While many fans of Big Bang Theory are excited, some are wary, especially because they can point to a long list of other TV shows that were cancelled not long after the decision to have two of their main cast walk down the aisle. ”
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Tom reviews the pilot of ABC's relationship-oriented take on the Man of Steel, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, which, despite taking some liberties with the source material (Lex Luthor has hair?), turned out to be a moderately entertaining series.