To me, Hannibal himself is the most interesting character in Hannibal so naturally “Sorbet” which dissects the up until now enigmatic nature of Dr. Lecter’s character was for me the best and most interesting episode of the show to date. In “Sorbet,” Hannibal has really hit its stride and is proving that it’s not only a worthwhile prequel but also a high quality one that expands upon the ground work of

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It would be generous to call season four of Community a mixed bag in terms of quality. There have been some awful episodes (“Intro to Knots” jumps to mind) and some generally amusing episodes, but overall, most of the episodes of season four have been pretty forgettable. I mainly graded these episodes using three different criteria. 1. Does the episode make me laugh? 2. Does it utilize and grow the characters

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Watching Maron, you can’t help but feel good for the comedian at the center of the show. It wasn’t long ago that Marc Maron was languishing in relative obscurity and struggling through substance abuse and bitter divorce. After exiling himself to his garage, he began a podcast (WTF with Marc Maron) in which he’d interview various acquaintances of his from the world of comedy, gradually expanding the shows renown until he was

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It’s difficult to review “Entree” as a stand alone episode because it is, maybe more than any television episode I’ve ever seen, only half of a full story arc. I was legitimately surprised when the credits rolled because the entire episode felt like the set up for a feature length film so the end came as quite a shock. For this reason, I decided to review the episode for what it

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