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Category Archives: Television
Let me start this week by saying I was a little disappointed that Modern Family didn’t have a Halloween episode this year. They are typically one of my favorite episodes of each season, and I was hoping that these episodes … Continue reading
“Once Upon a Time” was back this week, picking up right where it left off. Regina brings Emma a basket of apples and asks that she leave town. Emma does not agree, worrying that the more the Mayor threatens her … Continue reading
After lots of anticipation and hype, ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” premiered last night. The show was created by two writers from “Lost,” and already there were several connections between the two series. (The clock in “Once Upon a Time” … Continue reading
Two familiar Disney faces will appear in a new Disney Channel original movie next month. Sarah Hyland (Modern Family) and Matt Prokop (High School Musical 3: Senior Year) will share the screen in “Geek Charming,” a movie based on the … Continue reading