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Intelligible Television: Holy Psych! Was that a good episode or what?

August 30, 2009


Psych is back to its roots with this one. Funny lines galore, crisp editing and a fast paced storyline. It's a throwback to the hay days of Season 2 in some ways, where characters simply had fun jumping from one procedural to the next and the emotional stuff didn't seem to get in the way.

Intelligible Television: It’s Saddles and Spurs on Psych

August 26, 2009


The good thing about Psych is that it has a flexible range of operation. So if anyone could actually do a Western theme and pull it off, it would be these guys. Its one of the few shows where you can be watching and go, “You know what I’d like them to do sometime...” and you wouldn’t be surprised to actually see that on screen the next season.

Intelligible Television:TV’s most annoying characters, The Hit List

August 17, 2009


Ever felt like strangling someone from TV? I do loads of times. Some characters get to us. They bother us in ways that real people can. You pray for that accident or season finale that sends them packing. If they happen to be in a show you like, well then that's doubly difficult because you have no choice but to watch them, week after week, invading your peace. Here are a few I think are particularly annoying. Some from shows I love, and some well I thankfully couldn't care less about.

Intelligible Television: Sometimes, Good Shows Have Bad Days

August 16, 2009


This wasn't the best episode and If I had to be harsh, it barely made it to being a good one. 'He Dead' finds Shawn ( James Roday) and Gus (Dule Hill) entering the world of the rich and their clichés. Christine Baranski guest stars as a billionaire hedge fund manager's widow who dies in a mysterious plane crash but only after he extracts a promise from Shawn to find out who killed him.

Intelligible Television: Why ‘Psych’ is Awesome..Period!

August 8, 2009


You don’t watch 'Psych' for the mystery. Not really. You watch it for the absurd and hilarious shenanigans, for the best bromance to have ever been seen on TV after 'Scrubs', for obscure Eighties references and for writing of a level that is brilliant and slapstick at the same time.

Intelligible Television: More New Shows and not all impress

March 19, 2009


Reserving judgement on Castle paid off.  The second episode was impressive and more than compensated for the average pilot.  In ‘Nanny McDead’, Castle and Beckett investigate the death of a nanny whose body is found tumbling in the basement dryer of an apartment building. What ensues is your regular crime drama route with cheating spouses and […]

Intelligible Television: Bones that become soggy….

March 13, 2009


If you haven't inferred anything from the obvious title, the bones of a car salesman are foaming and disintegrating at an alarming double digit percentage per hour and the quirky team at the Mythical Jeffersonian only have a few hours before their evidence dissolves into green slime.