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Arrested Development (season 1)

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of TV shows

{5/5} “There’s always money in the banana stand.” Arrested Development season 1, aired in 2003-04 Michael Bluth thought that when his dad, George Sr., retired he would be taking over the company, as he’d been working hard there for years. But when his dad is arrested and his mom is given control of the company, […]

Manifest (season 3)

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{4.5/5} “We may be on the cusp of understanding the biggest mystery in human history.” Manifest season 3, aired in 2021 Ben had a vision of the plane exploding, and fishermen in Cuba brought up the tailfin of the plane out of the ocean. Cal draws a picture of the fishermen’s boat, and Ben goes […]

Penn & Teller: Fool Us (season 7)

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{4.5/5} “It’s very hard to fool them. But against all odds, there’s still a group of intrepid magicians who dare to dream the impossible dream.” Penn & Teller: Fool Us season 7, aired in 2020-21 Magicians who have fooled Penn and Teller twice return to try for a 3rd. Penn surprises Teller by doing a […]

Friends: The Reunion

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{5/5} “Wow. This is beautiful. It’s beautiful — look at that.” — David Schwimmer’s first words on seeing the old set Friends: The Reunion, aired in 2021 Seventeen years after Friends goes off the air the 6 main cast members reunite for a special. They return to the iconic set and share memories. James Corden […]

Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist (season 2)

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{5/5} “I feel like you know everything about me, Zoey. And there’s a piece of you that I can’t know. Or that you won’t let me know.” Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist season 2, aired in 2021 Zoey has been mostly keeping to her room for weeks since her father died. On her first day back to […]

Love, Death & Robots (season 2)

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{4.5/5} “If your vacu bot has decided to purge your house of all living things, press 3… To end purge mode, you will need to access the Options menu.” Love, Death & Robots season 2, aired in 2021 In “Pop Squad” humans now live forever and having children is illegal — Detective Briggs eliminates the […]

Made for Love (season 1)

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{5/5} “Your plan is to put a bag over my head and put me in a trunk?” Made for Love season 1, aired in 2021 Hazel Green has been living with tech mogul Byron Gogol in the Hub for the last 10 years. When Byron wants to use her as a guinea pig for his […]

Whose Line is it Anyway? (season 17)

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{4.5/5} “We’ll be right back to our documentary on optimistic dyslexics, ‘When Life Gives You Melons’…” — Colin Whose Line is it Anyway? season 17, aired in 2021 See what happens when Wayne and Ryan can only use 2 lines each. Watch Wayne forget the absurdly long song title that Colin gives him. See Ryan […]

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

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{5/5} “‘Why didn’t you use the metal arm?’ ‘I don’t always think of it immediately, I’m right handed.’” The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, aired in 2021 Sam Wilson gives up Captain America’s shield so it can be put in a museum. But he’s still helping the US military take out bad guys that he […]

Kim’s Convenience (season 5)

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{4.5/5} “OK, see you.” Kim’s Convenience season 5, aired in 2021 Umma is having a hard time telling Janet that she has MS. Janet is having a hard time finding a job, but a friend of Shannon’s gives her a volunteer placement teaching photography to kids. Shannon makes a private video for Jung but she […]