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The Vampire Diaries Season 7 Episode 15 – TV Review

TVD I Would For You Rayna chopped up

So Mystic Falls does have hacksawsl.

The amazing, resurrecting Rayna Cruz turns out to be surprisingly easy to dispatch, after all.

But doing so would mean the death of a TVD loved one.

So, two birds, one stone, right?

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The Vampire Diaries Season 7 Episode 14 – TV Review

TVD Moonlight on the Bayou Bonnie axe Enzo

And Bonnie does get pretty spicy with that axe.

After letting Arrow and The Flash (and Legends of Tomorrow. And Vixen?) get away with crossovers while they sat on their hands, it’s time for the TVD-verse shows to finally unite for two connected episodes.

Will The Vampire Diaries be buoyed by the current good run of its spin-off sister, or will it shine even duller in pale comparison?

Oh, honey. Have you even been watching this season? Duller, obviously.

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Arrow Season 4 Episode 10 – TV Review

Arrow Blood Debts Felicity alive

We were so close.

Why, Arrow?


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Arrow Season 4 Episode 7 – TV Review

Arrow Brotherhood Diggle Laurel

Is it an insult or a compliment that the main show is keeping them?

You know who I don’t miss? Roy. That whiny little killjoy was half the sidekick Thea and Laurel have turned out to be.

Roy is in no way related to this episode, but I just thought it was worth mentioning.

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BATGit Insane: Beauty and the Geek Australia Premiere – Blog

Beauty and the Geek Australia Nathan war dance challenge

Sadly, he doesn’t win.

Already watched Australia’s worst dating show?

Well, now you can watch the second worst.

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Happy Endings: In Memoriam – Blog

Happy Endings Alex ribs

“Are you ribbing me?”

It’s official: happiness has been cancelled.

Also, Happy Endings.

You know I watch it but don’t post about it because it’s just too good.

Now I won’t even get the chance.

To do something I wasn’t going to do anyway.

Way to kill my potential, ABC.

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TV Review: Glee Season 4 Episode 22

Glee Alex Wade Unique Katie catfish

Glee doesn’t understand the concept of a “surprise.”

It should come as no surprise (do you see what I did there?) that an episode titled after the 2nd Bring It On sequel should be this lacklustre.

But hey, at least Kurt doesn’t get any songs.

It’s a consolation prize I can live with.

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