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TV Club: Futurama: “Fear Of A Bot Planet”/“A Fishful of Dollars”

“Fear Of A Bot Planet” (season 1, episode 5; originally aired 4/20/1999) In which INTRUDER ALERT INTRUDER ALERT Vergon 6 from “Love’s Labours Lost In Space” was a generic planet. Sure, it had a wide assortment of bizarre (to Earth eyes) creatures living on it, but there was no central theme to the place, no sense of personality. Show More Summary

TV Review: In Lost Songs, folk-rock heavyweights tackle unheard Bob Dylan lyrics

For casual fans of Bob Dylan and The Band, the 1975 album The Basement Tapes is an essential piece of rock history: a belated document of what Dylan and some members of his touring band were up to during the spring and summer of 1967 in Woodstock, New York, while taking a break from living in public. Show More Summary

TV Club: Lost (Classic): “Lockdown”/“Dave”

“Lockdown” (originally aired 03/29/2006) The nature of a long-form serial narrative is that moments sometimes resonate more than episodes. There are certainly some of Lost’s 121 episodes that stand out as whole entities—“The Constant,”...Show More Summary

TV Club: Futurama: “I, Roommate”/ “Love’s Labours Lost In Space”

“I, Roommate” (season 1, episode 3; originally aired 4/6/1999) In which the first law of Robotics is KILL ALL HUMANS Okay, so: we’ve got Planet Express, we’ve got our main ensemble, and we’ve established the connection between Fry and Leela. Show More Summary

TV Review: The Missing blends character-piece introspection with thriller pacing

Few crimes are as haunting and terrifying as the kidnapping of a young child. Anyone who has lost track of a charge, however briefly, knows the heart-pounding dread that comes with a child being missing, and this universality is likely why so many crime dramas begin with some form of child endangerment. Show More Summary

TV Club: Arrow: “Guilty”

At some point, Arrow lost the thread with Roy Harper. The character worked best in his early days as part of Thea’s ongoing side plot, where their star-crossed romance proved a surprisingly effective use of the show’s soap opera elements. Show More Summary

TV Club: Lost (Classic): “Maternity Leave”/“The Whole Truth”

“Maternity Leave” (originally aired 03/01/2006) Rewatching Lost is not in and of itself much of a time warp: while eight years is not an insignificant amount of time, the show does not feel like a throwback to a bygone era. We may refer...Show More Summary

'The Walking Dead's' zombie cure is lost, but hope isn't: Michael Cudlitz and Josh McDermitt explain

"The Walking Dead" shattered the small hope that there was a cure for the zombie apocalypse in Season 5, episode 5, "Self Help." The mission to get Eugene (Josh McDermitt) to Washington, D.C., because he said he could develop a cureShow More Summary

BONES Redux: Our Top 5 Moments From “The Lost Love in the Foreign Land”

This week’s Bones relationship problems don’t focus on our happy main couple. Instead, it’s the Arastoo and Cam show. Here are your top five Bones moments! Arastoo Here we go. It’s the when/if we talk about marriage discussion between Arastoo and Cam, prompted by his mom sending Cam a recipe for a traditional wedding dish. […]

Best 'Bones' Quotes from 'The Lost Love in the Foreign Land'

In ?The Lost Love in the Foreign Land,? The Jeffersonian team investigates the murder of a young Asian woman found assaulted and stabbed to death. As the story unfolds a slavery ring is uncovered and shockingly owned by an American corporation. Show More Summary

'Bones' Recap: The Team Investigates a Life Worth Killing For

Geez, Bones, leave it to you to render us speechless and clinging to our children as they groggily wonder why we've gotten them up after just having put them to bed. Tonight's "The Lost Love in a Foreign Land" is frightening in a way Bones usually isn't. Show More Summary

‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ Director James Gunn Called The ‘Lost’ Finale A ‘Nightmare’ And A ‘Betrayal’

InThePlaylist‘sinterviewwithJamesGunn—thedirectorofthethehighestgrossingmovieoftheyearsofar,GuardiansoftheGalaxy —GunntalkedalittleaboutGuardians2(“it’sgonnaansweralotofquestionsthatareproposedinthefirstone”),butofmoreinteresttouswereGunn’sthoughtsontelevision.

Kacey Musgraves lost her underwear during the CMA Awards

? Picture this: You've just won an award for best song of the year at the 48th Annual CMA Awards and you're so excited and happy that you... pick Jimmy Kimmel's nose? Well, that's exactly what Kacey Musgraves did. On Wednesday's (Nov. Show More Summary

Has 'Grey's Anatomy' Lost That Loving Feeling?

"I think there needs to be a resurgence in that," star Patrick Dempsey tells THR read more

Dean McDermott Quits True Tori

True Tori has lost one of its main characters, Dean McDermott.  True Tori is the reality show that has been documenting the struggling relationship between Dean McDermott and Tori Spelling.  Find out why Dean is saying goodbye to the cameras. Maybe Dean is the smart one in this relationship?  Having cameras document your every move is one thing, but […]

Newswire: The Discovery Channel is going to show a man get eaten by snake

Sometimes, in the pursuit of scientific knowledge, mankind must make certain sacrifices. Marie Curie died from radiation poisoning after studying radioactivity, and Neil deGrasse Tyson lost his ability to enjoy movies when he became an astrophysicist. Show More Summary

Newswire: Jeff Fahey joins the final season of Justified

Jeff Fahey, who’s most recently recognizable for roles in Lost (chopper pilot Frank Lapidus) and Under The Dome, will join the cast of Justified for a “multi-episode guest gig” as part of the show’s final season, according to EW. Fahey...Show More Summary

TV Club: Lost (Classic): “The Long Con”/“One Of Them”

“The Long Con” (originally aired 02/08/2006) Serial television is a long con. This is a dangerous sentiment to raise in a review of the television series Lost, I admit, but I’m not interested in confronting the series’ ending. Any series...Show More Summary

Bryan Fuller has good news about the 'Pushing Daisies' movie - and potential 'lost season'

The dream of the "Pushing Daisies" movie is still alive and strong. After first revealing that he wanted to Kickstart a movie back in March 2013, Bryan Fuller confirms to Zap2it that he's still fighting the good fight to resurrect his...Show More Summary

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