Gotham: "Arkham" and "Viper" (Season 1, Episodes 4 and 5)


Okay, I’m officially adrift on this show. “Gotham” is not bad, it always has at least one stylistically successful moment, and some of the subplots could be interesting. It still, however, has moments that make me want to give up. Maybe it just needs to firmly find its footing. Or maybe it’s just got more plot going on than it has story to tell.


The Walking Dead: "Strangers" (Season 5, Episode 2)


Well, that was pretty gross. A new winner for the most gruesome Walkers ever and a cliffhanger that explores new depths of douchebag villainy. I think we're all going to enjoy Gareth's ultimate demise in a way we couldn't appreciate the rather tedious Governor's departure. We were just relieved to see the latter finally gone (fingers crossed).


Ridley Scott's Prophets of Science Fiction, "Philip K. Dick," Episode 2 (2012)

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The Science Channel (Which contains no science) was running a show called "Ridley Scott's Prophets of Science Fiction." I found it on Netflix streaming, and watched the episode on Jules Verne as I figured it was likely to be just entertaining enough to keep my mind from drifting, and just boring enough to put me to sleep. I was exactly right about that. I noted that Episode 2 was about Philip K. Dick. I watched it out of morbid curiosity.



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