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Archive for Smallville

Watched log for Sunday

Stargate Atlantis: Midway

Raising Helen

Smallville: Fracture

How is it that Lex always is getting shot? Why does Detroit look suspiciously like Vancouver? Why is the Smallville Medical Center apparently the only hospital in the entire country? Why do I keep torturing myself with the inane plots on this show?

 The Sarah Silverman Program: Joan of Arf

The Simpsons: Love, Springfieldian Style

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Watched log for Thursday

Smallville: Siren

Lost: Confirmed Dead

Eli Stone: Freedom

American Chopper: Michigan Bike; My Name Is Earl Bike 2

Watched log for Sunday

Smallville: Persona

BBQ With Bobby Flay: Extreme BBQ, BBQ Rewards

Whitecoats

Superbowl XLII

Watched log for Monday

Smallville: Wrath, Blue, Gemini

How I Met Your Mother: Wait For It (rewatch because of the breakup beard)

Watched log for Saturday

Smallville: Fierce, Cure, Action

History Detectives: Lincoln Letter; Quaker Map; U.S.S. Indianapolis

Futureweapons: Immediate Action

UFC 79

Watched log for Saturday

Smallville: Kara

Bionic Woman: Sisterhood

The Tick: Leonardo da Vinci and His Fighting Genius Time Commando

V For Vendetta

Futureweapons: Close Quarter Combat

Watched log for Friday

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The Aluminum Monster vs. Fatty Magoo, The Gang Solves the North Korea Situation

Smallville: Bizarro (Season Premiere)

Dénouement, thy name is Smallville. Jesus, do you think they could have the climax of the episode at the halfway point? I mean, they’re already halfway there. This show is fucking retarded. I’m not sure why I’m still watching. Also, way to half-assedly introduce Supergirl. Lame.

Mad Men: Long Weekend

Moonlight: No Such Thing as Vampires (Series Premiere)

Well that was sort of, eh. It wasn’t horrible, but it didn’t really stand out. The fact that it’s premise is so similar to Angel and Forever Knight will of course force comparisons by fans of those shows. I guess CBS figures most of its viewers didn’t watch those shows. Having been a fan of Angel, I know I definitely compared them, and unfortunately for this show, Mick St. John is the least interesting character on the cast. It’s your basic procedural, it almost seems like it came out of the random plot generator. I feel like a lot of the new shows this season have such a safe-ness to them, that they’re destined to live a season or 2 until something really original comes along and forces them out. Maybe there are some better stories in this show, and I’ll keep watching to see, but I have been saying that a lot about shows this season.

Grade: C+

Shark: Gangster Movies (Season Premiere)

Downloaded because the football game ran late pushing back the start and cutting off the end.