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Season 1, Episode 11 – Riverdale gets darker in “Chapter Eleven: To Riverdale And Back Again.” With everyone feeling the pressure of homecoming and personal life drama, things begin to escalate within the inner circle, and all of it somehow revolves around FP Jones.
Season 4, Episode 21 – The Goldbergs delivers its funniest episode as of yet this season in “Fonzie Scheme.” With Erica heading off to college soon, the boys must find a way to get themselves out of trouble without her, and Murray looks for a hobby at Beverly’s request.
Season 4, Episode 15 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine shows us what the nine-nine would do if the precinct was about to close in “The Last Ride.” With the possibility of closure seemingly imminent, the team sets about their last day of work with the show’s typical humor.
Season 10, Episode 2 – Doctor Who takes us to a ttly future colony in “Smile.” When emoji bots start killing off unhappy Earth colonists, the Doctor shows up to save the day, or at least, prevent anymore unhappy deaths. With Bill by his side, this season is promising to be an entertaining one full of adventure.
Season 4, Episode 14 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine puts a cop show in a cop show with actors from a cop show in “Need Serve & Protect.” With a compelling sense of humor, this week’s episode delivers with great comedy.
Season 1, Episode 21 – MacGyver rounds out its season finale in a more than satisfactory way with “Cigar Cutter.” With a lot of questions still unanswered, the show leaves a lot of room for speculation and hope that season two will bring only bigger and better things.
Season 1, Episode 10 – Riverdale puts the fun back in the unexpected rager high school party in “The Lost Weekend.” With a slightly different approach stylistically to the show’s usual storytelling, the episode brings a lot of fun and freshness to what’s always been an intriguing teen drama.
Season 4, Episode 13 – Brooklyn Nine-Nine is back in full force in “The Audit.” With a great premise that lets every character shine their chaotically comedic best, the episode promises a funny finish to the show’s fourth season.
Season 1, Episode 20 – MacGyver steps into a villain’s shoes in “Hole Puncher.” With the team working separate cases from different places, the episode gives Mac a chance to shine a little more brightly, and breaking the routine of the show makes for an interesting change.
Season 1, Episode 9 – Riverdale continues to get darker and more intensely dramatic in “La Grande Illusion.” With maple syrup, lots of ginger people, and Archie continually being naive about everything, the episode whips up an entertaining concoction like only Riverdale could.
Season 4, Episode 20 – The Goldbergs puts the focus on the family in “The Dynamic Duo.” With lots of Batman references and a classic over-confident fumble, the episode provided plenty of entertainment, but was light on the laughs.
Season 1, Episode 19 – MacGyver struggles to live up to previous expectations set by the show in “Compass.” With clunky storylines and character arcs, the show falls into old bad habits that hamper the potential of the episode.
Season 1, Episode 8 – Riverdale fires up the town rivalries in “Chapter Eight: The Outsiders.” With lots of juicy angst and a few more clues about the night of Jason’s death, the show continues to turn up the heat and the intrigue in this delightfully dark teen drama.
Season 4, Episode 19 – The Goldbergs proves yet again that the show still packs a humorous punchline in “A Night to Remember.” With several laugh-out-loud moments involving absurd character traits, the show continues to build strength in its humor as the season begins to wind down.
With Pretty Little Liars facing its final ten episodes, the creators and cast reflected on their time spent working together and how the series has impacted their lives, both on and off screen.
Season 4, Episode 18 – The Goldbergs addresses colleges and the future of relationships in “Baré.” With some solid Barry and Beverly humor, this week’s episode is laugh-out-loud.
Season 1, Episode 18 – MacGyver teams up with Hawaii Five-0 in “Flashlight.” With an interesting new plot angle, the show starts off strong, but quickly dives into a typical MacGyver twist, with all the show flaws that brings as well.
Season 1, Episode 7 – Riverdale dives deep into Jughead’s psyche in “Chapter Seven: In a Lonely Place.” With new developments in Polly’s fate and Bughead, the show edges closer to answers about who killed Jason.
Season 4, Episode 17 – The Goldbergs takes on the swear jar in “Deadheads.” With a few funny bits, but mostly just censored swearing, the show loses some of the humorous sheen it had polished up in the last few episodes.
Season 1, Episode 6 – Riverdale sparks new relationships as old ones flicker and die “Chapter Six: Faster, Pussycats! Kill! Kill!” With more clues and more drama, the show keeps intrigue alive in a way only a teen drama could.
Season 4, Episode 16 – The Goldbergs puts a karate-chopped spin on the Karate Kid in “Kara-te Kid.” With a lot of spoof set-up, the episode is sparse on punches, but it delivers a nice kick.
Season 1, Episode 17 – MacGyver takes its plot to a whole new level in “Ruler.” With compelling action and the highest stakes the show has had thus far, the episode demonstrates the full potential of the show.
Season 4, Episode 15 – The Goldbergs adds another installment to the Erica/Geoff love story in “So Swayze It’s Crazy.” With three strong storylines, the jokes are good, but finding the answer to the whether or not Erica and Geoff get together is better.
Season 1, Episode 5 – Riverdale dives into the dark lives of the Blossom family in “Heart of Darkness.” With some revelations in the murder case and a whole lot of family dysfunction, the show continues to offer up a delicious recipe for drama.
Season 1, Episode 16 – MacGyver demonstrates that he’s not perfect “Hook.” With a series of setbacks, the show proves that it can present a more dynamic story.
Season 4, Episode 14 – The Goldbergs doubles down on its usual self depricating and ironic humor in “The Spencer’s Gift.” With a few laugh-out-loud funny moments, the episode is one of the strongest yet this season.
Season 1, Episode 1 – Riverdale revamps the teen drama and comic reboot in “Chapter One: The River’s Edge.” With a dark edge and vibrant characters, the show promises a delightful and juicy season of mystery and angst.
Season 1, Episode 13 – No Tomorrow ends an eventful season with “No Sleep ‘Til Reykjavik.” With a strong end that answers the season’s biggest questions while leaving plenty of doors open for a potential continuation of the story, this finale episode embraces the heart of what the show has been about from the very beginning – seizing the day for yourself.
Season 1, Episode 13 – MacGyver ramps up the tension and stakes in “Large Blade.” With a storyline that isn’t afraid to pile on the complications for our protagonists, the episode proves to be the best yet in this season of the show.
Season 4, Episode 12 – The Goldbergs does its very Goldberg-y best in “Snow Day.” With simple but entertaining storylines, the episode is well done in its execution, but not overtly exciting.