Thursday, December 11, 2008

TV Geek Out 37: True Blood, "You'll Be the Death of Me"

Finally, we discuss the epic finale of True Blood's first season. TV Geek Out Geeks Heather and Dana marvel at how much was set up for season two as well as wrapped up from the current storylines -- who knew that knowing who the killer was would make Sookie's final showdown with him even more suspenseful? We're already jonesing for more True Blood like a couple of V addicts, but fear not! We'll be covering the season one episodes we missed earlier this fall.

Check out our chat here.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

TV Geek Out 36: America's Next Top Model, Cycle 11 Finale

TV Geek Out Geeks Dana and Heather have a fashionably late discussion about the winner of America's Next Top Model's eleventh cycle, the season as a whole, and the future of the show. Is ANTM as fun and fabulous as it used to be? Is Tyra's wackiness threatening to topple the rest of the show? Did we smile with our eyes?

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Tuesday, December 9, 2008

TV Geek Out 35: Ugly Betty

Even though we haven't geeked out about Ugly Betty until now, it's one of TV Geek Out geeks Dana and Heather's favorite shows, with its mix of humor, sweetness and fabulous fashionistas. Dana leads this discussion of the show's third season, which has seen Daniel gain (and lose) a son, Amanda become roommates with Betty, and an extended cameo from Lindsay Lohan. Ugly Betty is still in style with us!

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Monday, December 8, 2008

TV Geek Out 34: Fringe, "In Which We Meet Mr. Jones" and "The Equation"

Fringe is already famed for its gory mysteries, but the parasite wrapped around a human heart in "In Which We Meet Mr. Jones" had to be one of the young show's creepiest moments so far. The TV Geek Out geeks geek out (and freak out!) about that, as well as the secret message buried in the parasite's DNA, Olivia's tense interview with THE Mr. Jones and Walter's use of Peter as a ventriloquist dummy for the dead. Also, DON'T look at the red and green lights! They're not festive Christmas decorations, but a method of inducing deep hypnosis in "The Equation." Math and music collide in a supposedly dead woman's obsessive quest to solve a mysterious equation. We discuss Dr. Bishop's disturbing trip back into the dark world of the mental institution, where he's trying desperately to obtain clues to help the team locate a kidnapped boy -- introducing us to two new intriguing characters at the asylum, played by the awesome guest actors Randall Duk Kim and William Sadler.

Check it out here.