Survivor Blood Vs Water One-Man Wrecking Ball S27E06 (CBS)

It’s taken them 13 days, but Tadhana finally won an immunity challenge. It was stupid to send Laura to Redemption Island. We will see if Aras’ strategy pans out. Probably not. Unless, there’s a big puzzle in which Laura can smoke Brad’s ass.

At Galang, Annoying Laura is surprised to be back at camp. Laura M. looked Aras in the eyes and let him know that about his douchebag move. Aras realizes that he is the ringleader and he’s got no way out, yet.

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Survivor Blood & Water: Blood Is Thicker Than Anything S27E01(CBS)

We’ve heard quite a bit about this season. It’s finally time for it to begin. Returning players will be matched against their loved ones. Gervase, Kat, Rupert, Laura, Colton, Candice, Monica, Tina, Tyson, Aras are starting off with their loved ones at different spots on the island. They are spending the night alone in the jungle with their loved ones.

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Survivor Caramoan: Fans Vs Favorites Come Over to the Dark Side S26E11 (CBS)

Survivor Caramoan Title, Via Wikipedia

That was a great move by Malcolm last week. It couldn’t have been better planned. He saves all members of his alliance and gets rid of the leader of the other alliance. Now, the alliances can change once again. Erik, the flip-flopper, was the only one who changed his vote and didn’t vote like his alliance, but the Survivors expected this from him.

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LG 84-Inch UHD 3DTV: Forget Your Bank Account – Is Your Room Even Big Enough?

There’s something to be said about big-screen TVs: they can always get bigger. LG has announced the world’s first 84-inch Ultra Definition 3DTV. The mammoth UD 3DTV also comes with a couple of smart features and over 8 million pixels per frame.

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Chuck Versus the Zoom S05E01 (NBC)

Chuck intertitle, via Wikipedia

Chuck is an American science-fiction television program created by Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak. The series is about an “average computer-whiz-next-door” who receives an encoded e-mail from an old college friend Bryce Larkin, a rogue CIA agent, which happens to embed the world’s greatest spy secrets into his brain. This is called the intersect.

From the Wikipedia entry on Chuck.

While Chuck has to deal with his new situation, he gets to enjoy the company of Sarah, working for the CIA, and Casey, working for the DOD. They use him as an asset to accomplish their missions, which surprisingly happen around town (?).

Chuck has just started its third season and it’s still entertaining. The mix between an everyday guy and espionage doesn’t get boring, since the character of Chuck actually puts us in these situations as well. I recommend it, though it’s not for everybody.

Warning: Spoilers ahead.

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Dexter Those Kinds of Things S06E01 (Showtime)

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Dexter stars Michael C. Hall, most known for his role as David in the HBO drama Six Feet Under. Michael C Hall plays Dexter Morgan, a blood spatter specialist working in Miami for the police.

A lot has changed for Dexter this season. He’s no longer married because Trinity killed Rita. Cody and Astor are living with their grandparents in Orlando. Dexter spent most of season 5 living with Lumen and helping her avenge herself from the little rape and murder club that was going on.

Season 5 was pretty incredible. Dexter just keeps getting better. It’s been a while since I wrote this and I just didn’t have time to post these, so I decided to do so this week. Here you go!

Warning: Spoilers ahead and strong language.

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Ringer S01E01 (CW)

Ringer on CW

It’s been a few years since Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and while at times, Sarah Michelle Gellar was somewhat wooden in her delivery, she cultivated a cult following, thanks to Joss Whedon. I wasn’t expecting much when I started watching this show, but I was pleasantly surprised. Sure, it’s not perfect, but it’s far from being bad. The premise of the show is quite simple. A recovering drug addict meets her twin sister after 6 years. Her twin kills herself and the addict takes over her life, trying to escape a mad American Indian mobster, the FBI, and her life. However, she quickly learns that, while Siobhan’s life may seem glamorous, it’s filled with complexities and danger.

Warning: Spoilers ahead

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