Tag Archives: Spartacus: Blood and Sand

Announcing the Summer 2011 to Spring 2012 Television Season

In terms of television cancellations/number of shows ending, this season wasn’t as much of a bloodbath as last season, for me. I lost eight shows last year, including both returning and brand new shows. This year, perhaps because I restricted the number of new shows that I started, I only lost four that I watched […]

Holiday Activities on Track

It’s been almost two weeks since my last class of the semester, and I’ve already made a huge dent in my holiday fun plans. I’ve watched Hot in Cleveland, The Walking Dead, The Office (British version), and Avatar: The Last Airbender, and last night, while I was waiting on the lunar eclipse, I started re-watching the first […]

REB #42: “By the age of six the average child will have completed the basic American education…. From television, the child will have learned how to pick a lock, commit a fairly elaborate bank holdup, prevent wetness all day long, get the laundry twice as white, and kill people with a variety of sophisticated armaments.”

– Russell Baker My last class for the semester will be on December 8, 2010, and after that, I’ll have about 6.5 weeks off. We all will, in fact. Won’t that be nice? But right now, I’m trying to figure out what I’m going to do in that 6.5 weeks. Besides work, I have a […]

Announcing TwitTV?

With the official fall 2010 TV season just around the corner (FYI, some shows will start up in less than a month), I would like to try an experiment: I’ve been wanting to force myself to write/blog more often anyway, so one of my ideas is to start a regular section/tag of this blog called TwitTV […]

Reviewing the Season Finale of Spartacus: Blood and Sand

Wow. When I first started watching Spartacus, I never thought I’d say something like this, but…this finale is one of the best episodes of anything. Ever. Congrats, Steven DeKnight: You have a hit series. ***SPOILERS AHEAD, if you haven’t seen the episode yet*** This season finale was incredible. The moment we’ve all been waiting for. When […]