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Eureka 3.15: "Shower the People"

Last week it seemed like all was fine and dandy in the town of Eureka. The mystery of the space craft had been solved, Henry had a replica of his long lost love, and Carter was about to finally get some action. The only question that was left was what the hell was going to happen next. Well I’m happy to report that the fine writers of “Eureka” took the ball and ran with it, full on.

Eureka 3.14: "Ship Happens"

Oh ship! The ship finally went down this past week on Eureka. The ship hit the fan in the episode titled “Ship Happens”. See what I’m doing here now? Don’t worry, I’ll keep it going. Because after last week's ship touch down in Eureka we finally got an entire episode dedicated to what and who was manning the space ship which has been sending radio signals to Eureka for the past few episodes.

Eureka 3.13: "If You Build It..."

Six episodes ago we learned that some sort of radio signal was being received in Eureka from outer space. We didn’t know what the signal was or who was sending it, but we knew it was getting closer. Well this week we finally got to find out in the episode “If You Build It…”. Of course in usual fashion we are left with more questions than answers.

Eureka 3.12: "It's Not Easy Being Green"

Bowling, there’s nothing quite like it. What other game gives you countless excuses to make jokes about how heavy your balls are. It’s really a amazing sport. Well this week’s episode of Eureka titled “It's Not Easy Being Green” revolved around a bowling match between the town of Eureka and Area 51.

Eureka 3.11: "Insane in the P-Brane"

Alright here we go, week three. Now we’re getting somewhere. This past week's episode promised two wonderful things, the title would have a Cypress Hill reference, “Insane In The P-Brain” and we would finally get some info on these radio signals that are directed at Eureka. Well both premises were delivered on but the latter was probably more of a dry hump then anything else.

"Dexter" Season 4 Trailer is Here!

The time is drawing near folks. The start of Showtime's "Dexter" is nearly upon us! Season 3 brought us a plethora of near misses and new hurdles for Dexter to jump, now he gets even more new problems to deal with. Namely? Fatherhood!

Below you will find the Season 4 trailer highlighting the fun that's in store. For myself as a fan, this season looks to be playing out pretty damn well. You'll find the introduction of new characters, new puzzles for Dexter to face and a whole lot more. And John Lithgow having sex. Yah, that happened.

Eureka 3.10: "Your Face Or Mine?"

I never like when shows take major characters and remove them from the series for a week. They usually come up with some random excuse why that person isn’t around, usually a conference in some far away city or some other random crap. This past week's episode of Eureka titled “Your Face Or Mine?” was that kind of episode, well sort of. Sheriff Carter was taken out of the mix and the rest of the city was left to fend for themselves.

Fox to recast “Futurama”?

If you’re all excited about the return of “Futurama” you might want to hold off on that Bender tattoo you were planning. According to a number of the cast member's Facebook pages, yeah Facebook, Fox has decided to recast a a big chunk of the main characters' voices. John DiMaggio, Phil LaMarr, Maurice LaMarche, Billy West and Katy Sagal are apparently all up to be replaced. For those of you playing along at home that’s pretty much every character except Amy.

Eureka 3.9: "Welcome Back, Carter"

“Eureka” took a few months off from the Syfy channel last year but a whole hell of a lot of crap happened before it did. Henry became mayor, Allison discovered she’s preggers by her dead ex-husband, Eve Thorne flew the coup and probably most importantly Jack Carter got fired. So little was made of this that I was pretty sure that “Eureka” had actually been canceled, so I was happy to see that it’s back with a vengeance every Friday night now.

For Some Reason "Harper's Island" Is Coming To DVD

So I might be one of the fifteen people that actually watched “Harper’s Island” on CBS but nonetheless they have decided to put the entire mini-series out on DVD. Truth be told I only made it through about four weeks and didn’t even realize they had finished off the show until a couple weeks ago when I saw my DVR recording something on a Saturday night.

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