Wednesday, March 25, 2015

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This was another episode that was just sort of ho-hum. We finally get to see Jimmy getting some success, albeit, with some typical woe-is-me I looked for the evidence in the disgusting trash bin instead of the clean and tidy recycling bin, where it was all along.


This is obviously the beginning of the downfall of Jimmy. Where he finally succumbs to being bad. However, I'm not really sure if I care anymore. I know that the long-con is really rewarding in the end, that patience will deliver the pay day, but, really? This truly is just taking way too long at this point.

Kim? Don't care. I don't see why anyone would keep following her around. She's just simply not worth it.

Kind of like Skylar. Who cares? She's a bitch, Walt -- get over it.

I really only care about Mike at this point. Let's get the Mike character going so that he can start needing to involve Jimmy, or, more importantly Saul.

I do love this show, but more so because of the promise, not what it is currently delivering. I think this speaks volumes to how good Breaking Bad was. If this was a stand alone show, I would have stopped watching long ago. I would have waited to see if the series got picked up for a second season before I committed any more time to it. That's my new rule. I very rarely watch a first season of a show. I don't want to commit my time to something that is just ultimately going to get cancelled. I really liked the show Samantha Who? from a long time ago. It got cancelled and I was so mad. Never again.

Also, because of Vince Gilligan, I started watching Battle Creek. I should love the show. It is written and coproduced by Mr. Gilligan and the creator of House. I grew up in Michigan and love it there. I adore the fact a television show is set in small town Michigan. I love the two main actors in it and the supporting cast guy (Kal Penn) that was in House. So many reasons to love the show, right?

Nope. It is totally watered down and missing ... something. I don't know what it is.

The whole thing kind of bothers me that Breaking Bad in my opinion is one of the greatest shows ever. Also, then there is House. I adored that show. I will still watch repeats of the show if it is on. So how can Battle Creek just be so, well, lackluster?

I don't know. All I do know is that I really, really want them both to be good because of all the reasons listed above. Please, please turn your shows around.

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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

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This week's episode was titled "Bingo".

This week we returned to Jimmy's struggle between advancing his own career and doing the right thing.

However, by episodes end, I was not convinced that he did the "right" thing.

Jimmy wants to get ahead in life, but I'm beginning to feel like it is a little blown out of proportion that he is so slimy. I really just don't think that he is. He loves Kim, who clearly loves him, but not enough to stoop to his station in life. That's not cool. It also drives his desire to try and keep pace with the big-wigs, which he clearly can't. I mean, I don't blame Kim for not taking Jimmy up on his offer. Jimmy is not reliable; Kim clearly wants to get ahead in life as well, and will not invest in Jimmy.

So when Mrs. Kettleman fires Kim, Kim is obviously on the way out of her fast-track situation at the law firm. Jimmy, still loves Kim though, and turns down the Kettleman's offer for him to be their lawyer. This presents a problem. The Kettleman's decide to blackmail Jimmy. If he doesn't win the case, they will turn him in for taking a bribe.

This leads to the relationship between Mike and Jimmy starting back up.

I just think that Jimmy not only returned the money in order to save his own ass, but to save Kim's as well. Jimmy, is doing the right thing for her, despite the fact Kim is just not going to choose Jimmy. He does good things to try and win her heart, whether he knows it or not. I think what will finally break Jimmy bad is the realization that Kim is never going to pick him when he is not successful, whether he is good, or bad. I think he tries his hand at bad, to see if the success can win Kim.

As for the Kettleman's I do not think he returns the money to get them the best deal. Maybe, like 10% of Jimmy's humanity does it for that reason. They are awful people. Obviously more so the wife than the husband, but still.

I think Jimmy saying he is trying to do the right thing wasn't the "right" thing at all. He sat in his office and realized that there was no way for him to win the case. The best outcome was: for him not to get in trouble, Kim to get her clients back, and the Kettleman's, much to Mrs. Kettleman's dismay, to take the deal.

I am in agreement with most fans out there, we need way more Mike and Jimmy on the screen together. They are awesome together, and gets us one step closer into their world.

I think Jimmy crying in his would-be office is very telling. He has had enough. He can't win the girl, he can't obtain the big clients, he can't even get the office to get the big clients. Something is changing in him. If something happens to his brother, his last reason to continue to try and walk the straight-and-narrow path, Jimmy will break bad. There will be no reason, in Jimmy's mind, to even bother anymore.

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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

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This week's past episode was called "Five-O".

I really loved this episode. What I liked about it so much is the character Mike. What makes his character so good is how he is so smart, so quiet, and always, always seems to be one step ahead of everyone else. He innately knows people. He knows how to get things done.

Mike watches people. He doesn't have to have all the bravado, like Jimmy. Jimmy has a nervous tic of energy, his uncertainty. Not Mike. Mike knows what he is capable of.

I love the long con Mike pulls with the dirty cops. Looking like he has been a longstanding drunk in order to get away with killing the 2 men that killed his son. So smart. He was patient. He waited. Mike doesn't need nor want to prove to everyone how smart he is. He wants to avenge his son. He does just that.

This episode is the one I have been waiting for. One moved Mike to break bad, or more bad, than he was as a dirty cop. What brought him into the Albuquerque drug world? Now we know.

This episode is so much better than Jimmy's up and comings; however, I have faith in Vince Gilligan. The long haul/con, as proved by Mike in this episode,  is always worth the wait.

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Tuesday, March 3, 2015

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This episode is called "Alpine Shepherd Boy".

This is my first thoughts recap for Better Call Saul. Now that Sleepy Hollow is over, I need a new television series to recap my thoughts on.

I really like this show; however, it is no Breaking Bad.

This episode is a few in. I won't bore you with what has already happened. This episode, Jimmy's brother Chuck is in the hospital because he stole a newspaper to find out what Jimmy is up to. I thought this was good. We know how much Chuck does not want to go outside, so not only is he having delusions, but he is also obsessive-compulsive. Chuck is not just a little crazy, he has a full-blown mental illness, most probably late-onset schizophrenia. That's got to be a tough place for Jimmy to be in. He clearly looks up to his older brother and, despite Jimmy being a little shady, clearly is capable of sacrifice and deep love. I think the slow play there is really important. No need to rush it, which is super interesting. Some complaints of the show has been that it is too slow moving; however, my complaint about Sleepy Hollow was that they never allowed for any real character development.

I'll take Better Call Saul any day.

I also assume that it's going to get much better. A network doesn't green light another season before this one has already finished if they don't think it is very, very promising.

Back to the hospital, Jimmy makes the hard choice and has his brother released, even though we all know that's not in his best interest. The easy thing to do would have had him committed. I think this will also help Jimmy's story arc of why he is a bad guy that still has the potential to be good.

Clearly, the best part of the show was Mike. The cops arriving at his house? Can't wait to see what happens next ...

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Tuesday, February 24, 2015

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Today I watched the season finale of Sleepy Hollow! This episode was entitled Tempus Fugit.

This episode was actually very good. Abbie is back in Ichabod's timeline and has to deal with convincing him that she is his partner in the future. First off, her jacket might be a tip of the hat. I mean, they didn't have that highly technical wicking material back then. Shoot, they didn't have wicking material when I was in high school. She has a cell phone. She knows things. I honestly don't think it would be that hard to convince him.

I liked the way the show handled slavery. The show is not huge on social commentary, so it would have been weird had it spent too much time on it. I thought the show handled it very well. I do think the show could have had a bit more evil nature to it. I mean, the danger Abbie was in was immense. I think the tone could have been a bit more on the desperate side of things. That's just a small critique.

I did like the fact that Ben Franklin believed her right off the bat. I also adored the fact that Ichabod's past annoyance basically dismissed him so he could talk to Abbie. That was awesome.

My only issue was that the show has leant us to believe that Ichabod was an integral part of the revolution and that he was in on a ton of stuff. Why didn't Abbie mention all of that? Like the tea party, or any of the thousand references that Ichabod has made to how in sync he was with Washington and Jefferson. I know! Mention the stuff about Jefferson. That would be wise.

Anywho, I really did like the scene where Crane had to figure out how to work the cell phone. That was great.

I love evil Katrina. Finally! I would watch that in season 3.

I think we all got the feeling that a season 3 probably won't happen. The group hug at the end pretty much sealed it. However, maybe they learned from this season. Maybe they can right the ship. I would like more character development. I would like more humor from team witness. I would love more Jenny. The actress does a great job in the role.

I think that with all the shows that lose something when they replace their writers, maybe this show can do the opposite. Maybe it can lose some writers to improve the show. That is what I would like to see.

More Tom Mison please.

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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

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This week's episode is called "The Awakening". We finally, finally have an episode worth watching.

It seems like it took the email thread a little while to get to the executives running this show. We want more humor, more bestie time, and something to happen with annoying Katrina.

We finally got our wish.

There is a longer series of a humorous interaction between Ichabod and Abbie in the hardware store; that was nice. The series is better when Ichabod can be a little humorous and it showed here.

Katrina finally "breaks bad" to quote one of my all-time favorite shows. She turns evil, which, while having a bit of a setup, goes full-blaze fire in the episode. There is no middle ground with Katrina, at one point, she is thinking about maybe liking evil powers, then goes full-fledged, power-hungry witch resurrector. While, again, bad pacing from the writing team, at least something actually happened.

Katrina deciding that she wants to resurrect the coven with her son is a great plot.

I liked that Ichabod wasn't having any of it. While he stated (which I think the writers were trying to have some sense of backstory) that he thought Katrina was becoming more reclusive, he jumped right to leaving her in the wind. Which, let's be honest, he should. Once Katrina decided to be evil, she was completely onboard.

It was too soon to have Henry die once this excellent plot started. For all of the wasted time this season, we finally get something worth watching and the writers kill it off. Much like the plot with Abbie's mother -- something to drive character development and it's dropped like a hot potato.

I still don't know if Henry was really on his mother's side, or if it was some part of a larger, evil plan. I liked that he finally died though. However, did we really need the glass in his cheek to be sticky? That's not really how cuts work. Fail on the art department.

I did like the fact that even when Henry died, Ichabod was at his side. That was a nice touch.

It was even better that Katrina went all mama bear on Ichabod! That was awesome.

For the life of me, I can't understand what Abbie was doing jumping in after Katrina. What did that serve?

I did like the call back to the first season of Sleepy Hollow. The road, the feeling out of place -- that was all excellent. I wondered what the show would do about Abbie being black; I'm glad that they did not shy away from that. It will be interesting if Ichabod will purchase Abbie, purchase her freedom? How will the shower cover that? I like that the show has elements of history in it. I'm not expecting a full episode dedicated to race relations or anything, but I'd like it to be somewhat realistic though.

One more episode to go this season. It will be interesting to see what they do with it. This storyline with Abbie being back in the 1700's is great. I would love to see it for a few episodes, but seeing as it is the last episode of the season, it will probably be another wasted chance for the show to really shine.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

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This week's episode was titled "What Lies Beneath".

The best part of this episode was the guy who used to be on Wings, Steven Weber. What happened to that guy's career? He's absolutely fine in this, better than most people. There is no reason why this man should not have more work.

Old Steven plays President Thomas Jefferson, our glorious third President of the United States. There is a good, quick historical line about how President Jefferson out-lived his frenemy, John Adams, which was good. After that, of course, was how Crane was best buds with President Jefferson, until they had a falling out. Poor Crane, still sad about his first breakup.

The reason for Mr. Weber's presence in the episode is that a trio of city workers go down into the tunnels for a mapping job and break through a wall and find a huge seal in the ground. They decide to open it, even though it has weird markings on it.

So dumb.

They get caught and taken away by some type of C.H.U.D. people. Not sure if they are zombies, or what, at this point, but, as per the usual in this show, it really doesn't matter.

Abbie and Crane go down after the city workers and in their own escape from the underground dwellers, they run into a magical room that opens up.


In there is Mr. Weber, aka, President Jefferson.

Apparently, he has been waiting down there, in the room he built for the witnesses, that he knew would be Crane, since he died. Yet, it's not really President Jefferson, but some type of kinda hologram.

President Jefferson then tells our BFF's that he has all the knowledge down there that they would ever need with the hope that fate would bring them to him someday.

I already know where this is going.

BFF's say they have to save the city workers. President Jefferson says this will threaten the little sanctuary he built.

BFF's decide to save the city workers.

Which they do.

Then, by the Grace of God, the sanctuary remains intact. Crane decides he still needs to blow it up -- stating that creepy crawlies were found once, and will be found again.

Yes, but not in the next, say ... 30 minutes, or two weeks. You know, enough time to take a few volumes with you. Maybe you can't take the books/scrolls out. That's cool. I'll just make a Starbucks run and sit down for a good long read for awhile.

Nope. Straight to blowing the place up.

This ends my recanting of the show.

Sleepy Hollow had no humor in it this time and was stupid. Our third President is on the screen, Crane's hero, and we just, what? Blow his hologram up?

I hate this show for being so stupid.

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