Taylor Sobolewski

It’s all about moms on the latest episode of How I Met Your Mother. There’s Barney’s mom, Robin’s mom, Ted’s mom, and most importantly, the titular Mother (whose name is still a mystery). But even though we’re still in the dark about her name, “The Lighthouse” answers some other furtive questions. Robin’s Mom Robin’s mother […]

  Taylor Sobolewski

It’s Friday night of the wedding weekend and Lily would be calling it a night if it weren’t for the ghost in her bedroom. In “No Questions Asked” the gang decides on another social rule that I wish my friends would follow. It’s literally the “no questions asked” rule, where the gang can ask a […]

  Taylor Sobolewski

Even when Bob Saget starts an episode with “Kids” I still forget that Ted is telling the story of how he met his wife to his children because, man, does that dude not leave out a detail. My mom told me how she met my dad in the car ride home from the grocery store, […]

  Taylor Sobolewski

It’s forty-eight hours before the wedding and this episode of How I Met Your Mother has seen more character inconsistencies than any other thus far. I’ve heard gambling brings out the worst in people, but man, did “The Poker Game” exist in some kind of alternate HIMYM universe? It’s not that the gang (plus James) […]

  Taylor Sobolewski

The world of How I Met Your Mother is so bizarre its up on its own circle, hovering just below the circle of people who design Lady Gaga’s outfits. It’s one of the only shows that stay consistent, maybe not it its humour, but in its story telling ability. “The Broken Code” is a great […]

  Taylor Sobolewski

The best thing about crime procedurals is that each episode tends to be independent, which means anyone can drop in on an episode, understand what’s going on, and enjoy some twisted television. After Criminal Minds summer hiatus however, it decided to come back with a two parter. The first of which “The Inspiration” started off […]

  Taylor Sobolewski

How I Met Your Mother is a show for its fans. It’s not a one off show, where anyone can sit down and watch an episode to understand what is going on. You really need to be an avid fan of this show to enjoy its witty moments. Usually, that would harm a show’s ratings, […]

  Saiya Floyd

Elementary’s sophomore season premiere featured a clever crime, characters from the original Arthur Conan Doyle stories, and a lot of stereotypical London landmarks. The episode started in New York, the show’s usual setting. But Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) got a call that his old colleague, Lestrade was in trouble, and was summoned to London to […]

  Taylor Sobolewski

And so begins the longest wedding weekend ever. When I heard the creators of HIMYM were planning on making Barney and Robin’s LEGEN-wait-for-it-even-though-Barney-says-he-

  Kelly Bedard

This is the first season that the prejudices of Big Brother’s “slice of America” cast have made national headlines and affected the game (and thus been actually broadcast on the CBS show). But it’s been happening for years. In a larger sense, I suppose it’s a good thing that, because of this show, there’s finally […]

  Matt Dodge

“I get my news online, just like everybody else.” For the vast majority of my life, and for a good chunk of time before that, tv has been a desert in the summer. All the shows on all the networks wrapped by the last week of May, turning the tv landscape into a wasteland filled […]