Ranking the Episodes of The X-Files Season 1 – #13-16

Hi all, get ready for #13-16 in my rankings of the Season 1 episodes of The X-Files.  I promise that this post will be at least as mediocre as these episodes. Check out my previous rankings for #21-24 and #17-20. #16. Episode 4 - Conduit (53/100) Conduit is a strange beast.  On one hand, it accomplishes a… Continue reading Ranking the Episodes of The X-Files Season 1 – #13-16

Mulder and Scully Learn To Be Professional – Sarcastic Recap of the X-Files S1E1 (Pilot)

Just a few days ago was the 24th anniversary of the first X-Files broadcast. I've been tinkering with starting my eight or ninth re-watch of the show and this seemed like a good enough motivation to do it. So without further delay, here is my rambling review/recap of The Pilot. Recap Dana Scully, a young,… Continue reading Mulder and Scully Learn To Be Professional – Sarcastic Recap of the X-Files S1E1 (Pilot)

Tips on How to Reconcile Differences — Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 1 Review (Seven-Thirty-Seven)

The first season of Breaking Bad was great, but felt at times a bit rushed and lacking in finesse.  Some episodes seemed too eager to have defining moments which ended up seeming tacked on while others struggled at time with the tone.  Really enjoyable season, much better than anything I would ever write (except for… Continue reading Tips on How to Reconcile Differences — Breaking Bad Season 2 Episode 1 Review (Seven-Thirty-Seven)

Tips on How to Accept Help From Others – A Breaking Bad Episode Review (Season 1 Episode 5 – Gray Matter)

Breaking Bad has a certain storyline that it promises its viewers.  We expect there to be drug dealing, tense set pieces, and morally questionable actions.  However, based on their current situations, it doesn't quite make sense for Walt and Jessie to cook meth together again.  Thus, the current objective for the show is to get… Continue reading Tips on How to Accept Help From Others – A Breaking Bad Episode Review (Season 1 Episode 5 – Gray Matter)