Lucas Huszar

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The Killing: “Eminent Domain”

Laine MacNeil plays Angie Gower, the girl Linden and Holder rescued in last week’s episode. She’s very effective in her big scene here, in which the …

Death Row

Falling Skies: “Search And Recovery”

Of the varied character dynamics that have evolved over the last two and a half seasons of <i>Falling Skies</i>, my personal favorite is the one between Tom …

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Magic City: “Adapt Or Die”

When we last left Ike Evans, he was jet-setting his way to Cuba, and as we join him a week later, he’s just landing (what with planes having flown so …

Fashion Shows

The Killing: “Scared And Running”

This episode starts with a man discovering the tattered body of a terrified young woman stretched out across a moonlit road, begging for help. Then …

Death Row

The Killing: “Head Shots”

On <i>The Killing</i>, the case is stalled, but the show is quietly bubbling along. It’s powered by the confrontations and outbursts that keep erupting, from …

Death Row

Boss: “True Enough”

I dreamed about Kitty O’Neill a few nights ago. She didn’t do much, just stood there, hanging out on the periphery, mutely understanding and …

Boss: “Clinch”

<i>Boss</i> is nothing if not inconsistent. A week after enduring my <b>least favorite episode of the season</b>, it came back to surprise me with “Clinch,” a …

Idealism

Boss: “Consequence”

At its best, <i>Boss</i> is a solid “B” show. I don’t say that as a critique. Some of the most fascinating television on air right now is B-level …

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Boss: “The Conversation”

I enjoyed “The Conversation” more than I expected to, but I do have doubts about where this season of <i>Boss</i> is heading. As I said last week, I am …

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Boss: “Backflash”

Well, that was a lot of backstory.<p>“Backflash” takes us, via Tom Kane’s unconscious, through a large swath of the establishing narrative behind …

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Boss: “Mania”

The Kitty O’Neill Takedown is a beautiful thing.<p>“Mania” is a solid episode of <i>Boss</i>. It takes on everything that the series is good at and spins a …

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Boss: “Redemption”

<i>Boss</i> suffers from an identity crisis. There are times it wants to be a heavy, serious drama; there are times it wants to be a bodice-ripping …

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Boss: “Ablution”

<i>Boss</i> brought a delicacy to its characters in this week’s episode, “Ablution.” The audience gets a chance to see these excellent actors play with …

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Boss: “Through And Through”

The mayor’s wife has been shot and Chicago politicians have to deal with the fallout. Admittedly, it sounds like a plot from <i>ER</i>, but still, that kind …

Boss: “Louder Than Words”

<i>Boss</i> returns to its second season with more of the same: Bleak despair, cruel and vicious political maneuvering, an antihero still slowly going mad, …

Comic Books

Boss: “Choose”

In September, more than three weeks before <i>Boss</i> premiered, Starz renewed the series for a second season. It was an unprecedented move and signaled the …

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Boss: “Stasis”

Over the past few weeks, as <i>Boss</i> has shown modest improvement and reined in some, if not all, of its more absurd tendencies, one glaring problem has …

Comic Books

Magic City: “Angels Of Death”

Last week’s <i>Magic City</i> may have suffered somewhat from spending more time on playing catch-up and following up on season-finale plotlines than …

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Magic City: “Crime And Punishment”

Welcome back to the Miramar Playa, ladies and gentlemen: it’s time to take another trip into the realm known as Starz’s <i>Magic City</i>. For the handful of …

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Breaking Bad: “Gliding Over All”

<i>Die Hard*</i><p>Of all the ways Walter White would handle finally becoming the undisputed master of the meth trade, with no one to gainsay him, the one …

Die Hard

Dexter: “Surprise, Motherfucker!”

If someone had told me a few weeks into this season of <i>Dexter</i> that I would end up liking last season’s finale, “This Is The Way The World Ends,” more …

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Family Guy: “Road To Vegas/No Country Club For Old Men”

Nine summers ago, I saw my first play at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, a production of <i>The Comedy Of Errors</i> directed by future artistic …

Comedy

Falling Skies: “At All Costs”

On a television show, few things are more annoying than when characters make stupid decisions. Part of it is because when you grow invested in a show …

Stereotypes

American Horror Story season 2 finale review: Madness Ends

<b>This review contains spoilers.</b><p><b>2.13 Madness Ends</b><p>Well, another <i>American Horror Story</i> has been written. The madness is ended, the loose ends are tied, …

American Horror Story: “Madness Ends”

Of all of the ways I expected <i>American Horror Story</i>’s second season to end, I can safely say an elaborate homage to <i>St. Elsewhere</i>’s classic two-parter …

American Horror Story season 2 episode 12 review: Continuum

<b>This review contains spoilers.</b><p><b>2.12 Continuum</b><p>I thought that last week's episode of <i>American Horror Story</i>, for all its oddly-placed seriousness, was a …

American Horror Story: “Continuum”

Well! That was… hmm…<p>Actually, let’s open with the grade.<p><b>Grade: A/F for Absolutely Fascinating or Atrocious Flop</b><p>Scripted by Ryan Murphy and directed …

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American Horror Story season 2 episode 11 review: Spilt Milk

<b>This review contains spoilers.</b><p><b>2.11 Spilt Milk</b><p><i>American Horror Story</i> has never been shy about diving into meta territory, both with its musical cues …

American Horror Story: “Spilt Milk”

For most of “Spilt Milk,” I watched wondering when the other shoe was going to drop. I was half convinced that Kit was going to take Grace into the …

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