Dark Matter (season 2)

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{4.5/5} “I do know the exact probability of success. Trust me, ‘hopefully’ sounds better.” Dark Matter season 2, aired in 2016 Two, Three, and Four are in jail — they won’t be getting a trial. One is able to go back to his life as a rich industrialist. Five is going to be put in […]

Murdoch Mysteries (season 9)

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{5/5} “I’ll tell you, Murdoch, these chicken wings are the only good thing about Buffalo.” Murdoch Mysteries season 9, aired in 2015-16 George is in prison after being convicted of shooting Edna’s husband. When someone is stabbed at the prison, George teams up with former Chief Constable Giles to figure out who did it. Meanwhile, […]

Motive (season 4)

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{4.5/5} “And stop betting on whether I will actually go on vacation, because I am on vacation.” Oscar is now staff sergeant and in charge of the team. He and Betty are a couple now. Mitch Kenneck joins the team but he’s the son of a policeman and he’s a bit cocky. When Betty discovers […]

Murdoch Mysteries (season 8)

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{5/5} “All right. Lying is one thing. Attacking the integrity of the great sport of wrestling, that is quite another.” Murdoch Mysteries season 8, aired in 2014-15 Thomas Brackenreid has retired after being beaten and left for dead — he’s taken up painting. Julia and Emily have joined the movement to get women the vote. […]

Stranger Things (season 1)

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{4.5/5} “You know it and he knows it. But no one ever says anything until you both start punching and yelling at each other like goblins with intelligence scores of zero.” Stranger Things season 1, aired in 2016 After a day of Dungeons & Dragons Will disappears. Meanwhile, the nearby scientific lab has had an […]

Murdoch Mysteries (season 7)

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{5/5} “‘Sir, many people believe that a race of beings live inside the hollows of the Earth.’ ‘I don’t know what to say to that, George.’” Murdoch Mysteries season 7, aired in 2013-14 While onboard a ship Murdoch investigates both a missing young woman and a dead body. Murdoch and Crabtree chase a suspect to […]

Murdoch Mysteries (season 6)

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{5/5} “I wouldn’t put much truck into what that Mr. Briggs told you. He isn’t quite the full tin of biscuits.” Murdoch Mysteries season 6, aired in 2013 Darcy refuses to grant Julia a divorce — Julia and William decide to wait. George kisses Emily in a moment when he thinks they might not survive. […]

Actors, part 7: movies to TV shows

Posted by Dave Switzer under My thoughts

This list continues from part 6. Here are some actors who starred in movies and later in a TV show, and I started watching that TV show because of them. Geena Davis I haven’t seen Davis in that many movies, but she particularly wowed me in A League of Their Own. It was because of […]

Murdoch Mysteries (season 5)

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{5/5} “You see, Detective Murdoch focuses on the physical evidence. I prefer to explore the inner workings of the human mind. That’s why he and I make such a good team.” Murdoch Mysteries season 5, aired in 2012 Julia married Darcy, and Murdoch freed a woman who had murdered a man who had assaulted her. […]

Murdoch Mysteries (season 4)

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{5/5} “‘I can imagine this to be some sort of board game. Players would get clues pertaining to certain suspects. Whoever figured out the murderer would be the winner.’ ‘People find murder too grave for it to be the subject of frivolous entertainment.’” Murdoch Mysteries season 4, aired in 2011 Julia left months ago but […]