sog4Scorpion’s “Sun of a Gun” is the fourteenth episode of the season and it continues with Walter’s intentions to become more social. And he does so by going speed dating with Toby and Gallo acting as his wingmen. While hilarious in a variety of ways, this is a highly ineffective way to socialize even for normal adults. The only catch happening at this soiree is the cold that Toby scores from the barman sneezing on his drink. Even poor Cabe strikes out, being relegated to the “Sunset Circle” with other middle aged singles. Never mind Walter, whose attempts to establish a conversation are horrendous.

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“Juliana and Frank make plans to escape the Pacific States, only to be dragged back into danger by Joe as he tries to retrieve a new film. Meanwhile, Smith's loyalty is put to the ultimate test when confronted with a startling family discovery.”

The above blurb from Amazon doesn’t nearly do justice to all that’s packed into episode eight of The Man in the High Castle, “End of the World.”  

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The season two premiere of Better Call Saul is almost upon us, and in preparation AMC has released two new teaser trailers and a behind the scenes look at the series. The show hit it big last year, earning praise from critics and fans alike, and we can't wait to watch as Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) continues his descent (or is that his rise?) into his Breaking Bad persona of Saul Goodman. 

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We're just days away from the premiere of "My Struggle," the first episode of Season 10 of The X-Files. Many lucky Philes have already seen the first episode at screenings like New York Comic Con and the season had its official red carpet premiere last week in Los Angeles. While cast and crew gathered to celebrate, critics were also on hand. So what are the reviewers saying? Find out after the jump.

mithc“Truth” was more about the characters telling the truth than the audience learning the truth, and The Man in the High Castle once again led us on a beautiful, if slightly frustrating, journey into what might have been had the Allies lost WWII. 






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