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Childrens Hospital Episode Recap: Season 5, Episode 7 – Old Fashioned Day

by Alex Beanon October 3, 2013
Synopsis: Sy decides it is time for a themed day to entertain the kids on the Army base in Osaka, Japan, where Childrens Hospital is temporarily located this season – and he settles on Old Fashioned Day – which really pleases Blake. Details: Sy [Henry Winkler] decides that what everybody needs is a little morale […]
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Bob’s Burgers Episode Recap – A River Runs Through Bob – Season 4, Episode 1

by Alex Beanon October 3, 2013
Synopsis: The Belcher family is going on a camping trip – much to the consternation of Linda and Louise – and the trip takes continuing ominous turns with the park ranger, survivalists and finally, overzealous squirrels. Details: Bob and Linda take the family on a camping trip – although Linda [claims they’re city-folk] as well […]

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NTSF:SD:SUV:: Episode Recap – A Hard Drive To Swallow – Season 3, Episode 7

by Alex Beanon October 3, 2013
Synopsis: Robot S.A.M. has been kidnapped by robot haters in Texas and NTSF must create a viral video to set him free. Details: Robot S.A.M. was sent to infiltrate the West Texas Anti-Robot Church of haters only to get unmasked and then kidnapped. Kove suggests that the only way to liberate their robotic brethren is […]
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Childrens Hospital Episode Recap: Season 5, Episode 8 – Spoiler Alert: Owen Gets A Perm

by Alex Beanon October 3, 2013
Synopsis: Owen gets a new hair style, Glenn loses his confidence in his pet mouse and his surgical skills and Blake constantly issues popular phrases and goes to live in the woods. Details: Owen has decided on a new hair style – a perm – which instantly frightens all the females on the hospital staff. […]

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NTSF:SD:SUV – Unfrozen Agent Man – Season 3, Episode 8

by Alex Beanon October 3, 2013
Synopsis: Radical 1960s political activist Gabby Hofstein has broken out of the Nick Cannon Cryo-Jail and is on the loose – forcing the NTSF staff to break out politically incorrect 1963 NTSF agent Booth Whitman to track him down. Details: Radical 1960s political activist/madman/hippie Gabby Hofstein [original crime – encouraging Africans and women to vote] […]
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Childrens Hospital Episode Recap: Season Five, Episode Six – The Gang Get Sushi

by Alex Beanon October 3, 2013
Synopsis: Lola is on her way to sushi night with the staff when she is kidnapped by special ops guy Dr. Brian [Jordan Peele] to employ Lola’s impressionist abilities to save the world…or something. Details: The staff is dropping everything to go out for sushi night in Osaka but Lola first has to download a […]

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NTSF:SD:SUV:: Episode Recap – The Great Train Stoppery – Season 3, Episode 6

by Alex Beanon October 3, 2013
Synopsis: The Time Angels have returned to save the transcontinental railroad. Details: The Time Angels [Dash, Clock and Millie] have returned – only it is three different Angels this time around [Eliza Dushku, Jayma Mays and Santigold] – so they can save the transcontinental railroad. It is 1869 in San Diego [not Utah, because that […]
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The Amazing World Of Gumball – “The Castle” Recap

by on October 2, 2013
When Nicole is away, Richard decides he and the children can ignore her rules. Things soon spiral out of control when the residents of Elmore decide to join them, and take over their house in order to do whatever they want. This was an all right episode. It had no direct reference it, but this […]

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The Legend of Korra – “Civil Wars, Part 2” Episode 16 Recap

by Neo Yion October 1, 2013
Korra confronts Unalaq after her parents are arrested. I’m not sure how to feel about “Civil Wars, Part 2.” Part 1 was solid, but this episode is muddled down with iffy plot points and questionable elements. I thought Unalaq’s antagonism was a given, but he had a mysterious motivation that kept him from being a […]
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Video Game Review: “Rayman Legends” Is a Game for the Epics

by Neo Yion September 26, 2013
Rayman Origins came during a time of resurgent nostalgia for the platformer genre that is fortunately still prominent, as we’re seeing new renditions of old classics or new entries for franchises that had seen years of inactivity. For its part, Origins seemed content to draw from Donkey Kong Country Returns with its fast and intense […]