Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Hawaii Five-0 - 8.13 - O ka mea ua hala, ua lala la (What Is Gone Is Gone) - Preview





Directed by longtime Hawaii Five-0 editor Roderick Davis, episode 8.13 lacks all of the components of a traditional episode. It has very little action with nary a chase scene to be had. The storytelling is largely confined to a car with flashbacks and the shortest, most perfunctory case investigation in H50 history sprinkled throughout. It also has very little bromance, to the point where I was wondering why Danny was even in the episode, given that Scott Caan is appearing in a limited number of them these days. However, what the episode does have is heart-wrenching emotion, much needed character development, and a strong PSA for suicide prevention. It also has Chi McBride and that makes all the difference.


In a stunning ode to McBride’s talents, this episode goes deeper than most and allows him to flex his acting muscles from wise father to a man on the brink of self-destruction. While Steve and Tani are off egging on each other’s competitive sides and keeping hope alive that Chin may someday come back to Hawaii, Grover spends his day off schooling Will in the mysteries of women. Apparently Will and Grace are in a spat after Will gave Grace some unwanted advice, so Grover stresses the art of listening. He’s interrupted when Will sees a vehicle crashed in the road that has an APB out on it. When Grover goes to check it out, the man in the car, Brad Woodward, pulls a gun and threatens to shoot himself. He’s been accused of killing his wife and would rather end his life than surrender to the police. What follows is a complex negotiation, with Grover taking the lead over the objections of the HPD Crisis Negotiation Unit detective. Although Steve has full faith in Grover and insists that he remain in charge, Grover takes increasingly bigger risks to connect with Woodward and keep him alive.


McBride takes full advantage of the meaty role here and he’s matched by guest star Devon Sawa as Woodward. The two play off each other well as both characters fluctuate between furthering the story and desperation to control a situation that threatens to drown them both in regrets and memories. Having the majority of the episode take place at and in the car gives their scenes an almost instant intimacy and even comes off as claustrophobic at times, heightening the tension. Still it is the flashbacks where McBride really shines and which also give Grover the back story his character needs. Seven years before in Chicago, Grover led a hostage negotiation that went horribly wrong, sending him in a downward spiral and making him uniquely fit for this crisis.



Grade: B+



Quotes:

“Don’t let that old curmudgeon fool you, this is his home. He’s never gonna leave here.”
“Go find yourself a comfortable chair and sit down because your tiny heinie is going nowhere until she’s done.”
“Hey, when someone’s hurting, when you’re suffering, it also affects the people who love you. They suffer too.”
“I don’t like where this is going.”
“I guess the universe had other plans.”
“I have a concealed weapons permit.” “Not anymore.”
“I’ve been where you are so I know that when you’re feeling like this, the most important thing in the world is to have somebody in your corner.”
“Look I love the guy, but I gotta say, sometimes I regret not shooting him when we first met.”
“No matter how far away we go, this island always draws us back home.”
“Who were you trying to convince just now?”



Episode Awards:

Best Reason to Watch - the acting, especially from McBride and Sawa
Best Scene / Best Quote - Grover’s ending car speech
Best Character Interaction - Grover and Brad
Best Advice - Grover tells Will that sometimes you just need to listen
Worst Decision - Steve’s about John
Biggest Hmmm - the case itself
Biggest Grover - Detective Keegan, who is a lot like Grover was when he was first introduced
Biggest Gut Wrencher - Grover’s reaction to the case in Chicago / Renee at the door
Biggest Good Luck Charm - Will
The “Say What?”: Steve claims he’s not really competitive



About the Author - Dahne
One part teacher librarian - one part avid TV fan, Dahne is a contributing writer for SpoilerTV, where she reviews and/or creates polls for Teen Wolf, How to Get Away with Murder, The Librarians, and others. She also runs the annual Character Cup. She's addicted to Twitter, loves live tweeting, and co-hosted The 100 "Red-Shirted" and Teen Wolf "Welcome to Beacon Hills" podcasts for Southgate Media Group. Previously she wrote a Last Week in TV column for her blog and SpoilerTV. ~ "I speak TV."




Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Quote of the Week - Week of Jan. 1





A weekly feature highlighting the best quotes on TV as picked by the Spoiler TV team. Since there hasn’t been a lot of TV in the last few weeks, here’s our favorite quotes for the month so far. We'd love to hear your picks too so please sound off in the comments below.




Agents of SHIELD -
1. Fitz: "You know, I realized something. The universe can't stop us. Cause we have crossed galaxies, we have traveled through time, we have survived the bottom of the Atlantic just so we could be together. Now a love like that, that is stronger than any curse. You and I, we are unstoppable together. I don't want to live another day without you. So Jemma Simmons, will you marry me?" (Emmaline)
2. Daisy: “How is Fitz even here?” Jemma: “I don't know! He just showed up out of nowhere with his own spaceship.” Daisy: “It's a baller move. Not to mention the whole bounty-hunter look he's rocking.” Jemma: “I still prefer him in cardigans.” (Samantha)
3. Fitz: “Also, um, just to say, I did propose earlier. When Kasius had your hearing turned off.” Jemma: “Oh, of course you did.” Fitz: “No, I seriously, I did.” (Samantha)



Bull -
1. Bull: “You’re not being disloyal or unfaithful by telling the truth about what happened. It only feels like love because you didn’t know what other box to put it in. When you’re ready to fight for your life, give me a call, but don’t wait too long. Justice is impatient.”
2. Benny: “She is no attorney. She is a piranha with a license to practice law.”
3. Benny: “Terrific. We’ve got a guilty client, an impossible lawyer, and about a half dozen unproven theories with which to defend her. Sounds like a dream come true.”



Fresh Off the Boat -
1. Jessica: “Just to throw it out there, yellow is also a sexless baby color, but it’s like a sunflower instead of the fires of hell. Just to throw it out there, but whatever you want. Let’s do yellow.”
2. Fay: “She’s here because I asked her to be here. You’re here because the idea of me raising a baby without your input drives you nuts.” Honey: “It drives me nuts because your ideas are crazy. I don’t understand. What daughter doesn’t want her mother’s help?” Honey: “I would love your help, but you’re not trying to help. You’re trying to control.”
3. Karen: “I first talked to you because I saw your X-Files shirt. I love that show.” Eddie: “I thought it is was going to be about Malcolm X, but it turned out to be a great romantic, sci-fi mystery.”



The Goldbergs -
1. Virginia: “Is your mom home?” Barry: “Your kind is not welcome in my home. So beat it!” Beverly: “No, no, I'm here. I'm here. What's wrong?” Essie: “There is a huge snowstorm upstate. All the roads are closed.” Barry: “And so is this conversation.” (Samantha)
2. Erica: “Dad, I need your stupid mower!” Murray: “Now you want to mow the grass? It's the middle of winter! It's about to snow!” Erica: “It has nothing to do with mowing!” Murray: “Then why do you need it?” Erica: “It's a whole freaking thing! Just stop asking questions!” Murray: “Oh, I'll ask questions, alright!” Erica: “Dammit, I'm in college! I shouldn't even have to ask to use the stupid gardening equipment!” Murray: “When I'm done soaking this toe, I'm going to go in the garage, and so help me, if that lawn mower's missing, it's curtains for you! Curtains!” Erica: “Well, good luck catching me with that swollen Cheeto toe!” (Samantha)



LA to Vegas -
1. Colin: “Vodka, scotch, tequila - it’s like you’re hosting the Olympics in your liver.” Ronnie: “Oh yeah well, Russia’s in the lead but Mexico’s coming on strong.”
2. Bernard: “You are great at this job. You speak these people’s language.” Ronnie: “I don’t want to speak their language. I want to speak French or Italian or whatever accent Madonna’s faking right now.” Bernard: “You leave Madonna out of this.”
3. Dave: “...And besides my job isn’t just about flying the plane. It’s about connecting with the passengers.” Armin: “Connect with us by not crashing the plane.”



Lethal Weapon -
1. Riggs: “Look, you had a raw deal. I get it, alright, but it happens. Look. Where you start in this world is not where you end up.” Ty: “People like you love to say stuff like that, man.” Riggs: “I bet I’ve spent more time in group homes than you ever will. You know you’re not the only kid to grow up without a family. I didn’t have a family then and I don’t have a family now. But you know what I do have? I have a job I love and I got a little place down at the beach. If you don’t want that, then maybe I can’t help you.”
2. Riggs (to therapist): “Look at that. We fixed me. Alright, I’m out of here”
3. Bowman: “Captain, uhh...question for you. You know Riggs better than I do.” Avery: “God, I hate questions that start like that.”



The Middle -
1. Sean: “You need to know something. I like Sue. I’ve liked her for a long time. I know you don’t like your friends dating your sister, but I’m through being a nice guy. I don’t know if she likes me or doesn’t like me. But I’m not giving up. It may not happen tonight, but it’s going to happen.” ~FINALLY, Sean! (Claire)



Runaways -
1. Eiffel: “You want one? The water polo team will be there, in case you're looking to diversify.” Gert: “We'll take five tickets, you hateful b**.” (Samantha)
2. Karolina: “I've just wanted to do that for a really long time, and after tonight, I didn't know if I'd get the chance.” (Samantha)
3. Jonah: “If you question my leadership in any way, the consequences shall be severe. So, let me ask you again. Where are your children?” (Samantha)



About the Author - Dahne
One part teacher librarian - one part avid TV fan, Dahne is a contributing writer for SpoilerTV, where she reviews and/or creates polls for Teen Wolf, How to Get Away with Murder, The Librarians, and others. She also runs the annual Character Cup. She's addicted to Twitter, loves live tweeting, and co-hosted The 100 "Red-Shirted" and Teen Wolf "Welcome to Beacon Hills" podcasts for Southgate Media Group. Previously she wrote a Last Week in TV column for her blog and SpoilerTV. ~ "I speak TV."



Monday, December 11, 2017

Quote of the Week - Week of December 3





A weekly feature highlighting the best quotes on TV as picked by the Spoiler TV team. Since there hasn’t been a lot of TV in the last few weeks, here’s our favorite quotes for the month so far. We'd love to hear your picks too so please sound off in the comments below.




Brooklyn 99 -
1. Boyle: “Was that a woman's voice?” Rosa: “It's my sister.” Boyle: “Wait, she called you ‘babe.’ When my cousin called me babe, you said relatives shouldn't do that. What's really going on?” Rosa: “I'm dating a woman. I'm bi.” Boyle: “Oh, that's great. That's great, Rose. I just want you to know that I totally support…” Rosa: “I don't wanna talk about it right now, okay? Just leave it alone, Boyle.” (Samantha)




Crazy Ex-Girlfriend -
1. Rebecca: “You don't think everyone should own a gun.” Bob: “No, they should own two guns. One for animals, one for people.” (Marko)
Bob: “You mean book like a Bible.” Rebecca: “Kinda but less Sci-Fi.” (Marko)




The Goldbergs -
1. Barry (raps): “Now, here's a little story about our dad. He calls us morons when he gets real mad. He doesn't wear pants, and he sits in a chair. You know what I'm sayin'? Dads just don't care. Okay, here's the situation. Our dad has a problem with flatulation. He doesn't care about anything. For real, I got an "A" on a test, and he said, ‘Big deal.’ He has no worries; he has no fears. He hasn't seen a doctor in 15 years. If we come to our dad and we need to cry, he says, ‘You're ruining this episode of 'Magnum, P.I. Can't you see I'm busy and don't wanna be bothered? Sometimes I ask God why he made me a father. Now leave me alone and go upstairs.’ You know what I'm sayin'? Dads just don't care. If you don't know our dad, hey, don't worry - last name Goldberg, first name Murray. Most dads play catch and throw around a ball, but our dad doesn't care about his kids at all.” (Samantha)
2. Beverly: “Geoff Schwartz get in. Erica’s in grave danger!” Geoff: “Seriously?!” Beverly: “Not yet but she could be and we won’t know until we call her. And by we, I mean you.” Geoff: “Oh God, oh God, what’s happening?!” Beverly: “Just get in the damn car!” Geoff: “But my cello!”
Beverly: “There’s no time. Let’s move.” (Samantha)
3. Murray: “You guys think I nap because I’m lazy? No, I nap because I work my (bleep) fingers to the bone so you little (bleep) can have your dumb tennis shoes and your expensive (bleep) cameras.” (Claire and Dahne) Loved how he put kids in their place! As a mom, I cheered. ~Claire




Lethal Weapon -
1. Riggs: “Come on, Jonah. Hasn’t anyone ever told you, you can’t trust a man in white leather pants?”
2. Roger: “When we get there, let me do the talking. You spend enough time with crazy, you pick up a few things.” Riggs: “I don’t think I like what you’re implying, Rog.” Roger: “Hey, if the straight jacket fits, you know…”
3. Scorsese: “I think I’m losing my mind.” Roger: “There’s a lot of that going on around here.”




Legends of Tomorrow -
1. Beebo: “It is I, Beebo, risen from the grave.Yes! Jesus is the one true God! Which doesn’t mean science or evolution isn’t real! Anyway, you need to return to Greenland, which…will soon be melting thanks to global warming, which is also real!” (Jaz)





MacGyver -
1. Mac: “This is one dysfunctional wolf pack.”
2. Riley: “It’s like I get why you’re doing it. I just don’t get why I’m doing it. I mean this guy has not made one sacrifice for me, not one. Then he shows back up in my life swearing he’s changed and next thing you know I’m helping commit baseball fraud. It’s like I’m 10 years old all over again.” Jack: “You helped him commit fraud at 10 years old? Don’t answer that.”
3. Jack: “You were a tough little girl and you’ve become a real bada**, Riley. Honestly, even if the biological doesn’t see it, the Wookie does.”




The Middle -
1. Mike Heck: "You do for family." (Claire)






Runaways -
1. Gert: “Okay, so, just so I understand, we're either gonna be facing off against Gibborim enforcer types, or a corrupt branch of the LAPD, with no weapons and no plan.” (Samantha)




The Walking Dead -
1. Negan: “If things don't get fixed soon a lot of people are gonna die - my people. Not me of course. I'm living no matter what. I'm too good at this sh**, but others...I can't have that.” (DarkUFO)



About the Author - Dahne
One part teacher librarian - one part avid TV fan, Dahne is a contributing writer for SpoilerTV, where she reviews and/or creates polls for Teen Wolf, How to Get Away with Murder, The Librarians, and others. She also runs the annual Character Cup. She's addicted to Twitter, loves live tweeting, and co-hosted The 100 "Red-Shirted" and Teen Wolf "Welcome to Beacon Hills" podcasts for Southgate Media Group. Previously she wrote a Last Week in TV column for her blog and SpoilerTV. ~ "I speak TV."


Monday, November 27, 2017

Quote of the Week: Nov. 12-25





A weekly feature highlighting the best quotes on TV as picked by the Spoiler TV team. Since there hasn’t been a lot of TV in the last few weeks, here’s our favorite quotes for the month so far. We'd love to hear your picks too so please sound off in the comments below.




Brooklyn Nine-Nine:
1. Terry: “Terry's got butt for days!” Teri: “Excuse me?” Terry: “I said, ‘Terry's got butt for days!’ " Teri: “Please stop talking about my body.” Terry: “What?” Teri: “I'm Teri. You just said I had ‘butt for days.’ “ Terry: “Oh, I see what just happened. Terry's gonna regret this.” Teri: “Are you threatening me?” Terry: “No! No, no. This is a misunderstanding. My name is also Terry, and I was talking about my butt.” Teri: “So you were complimenting your own body?” Terry: “Well, I'm pretty proud of it.” (Samantha)
2. Terry: “Do y'all have an ATM? Sir, can I get $350 in petty cash? I need to throw an ice cream party for Teri-with-an-I, make sure - there's no hard feelings.” Holt: “Why? She gets it was a misunderstanding. She's a Teri, and you're a Terrance who, even though he's not a child, still goes by a nickname ending in a Y.” Terry: “I mean, don't people call you Ray?” Holt: “How dare you.” Terry: “Sir, I don't want any tension between the squad and the uniformed officers. I'm just thinking about the precinct.” Holt: “You're lying. You're upset because Teri-with-an-I called you arrogant, and you have a pathological need to be liked.” Terry: “What? No, I don't. I just happen to be a great person who's naturally beloved by all despite my personal ambivalence.” Holt: “Well, if that's true, then you won't mind walking across the bullpen without saying hello to anybody.” (Samantha)



The Flash:
1. German!Wells: "Baby Violence solves nothing." (Rants of a fangirl)
2. Cisco: "It's like your junk has been burned into my brain." Harry: "You're welcome." (Rants of a fangirl)




The Good Doctor:
1. Shaun: "I made a mistake. I make a lot of mistakes. You tried to walk. You made a mistake. But mistakes are good. You should make more." (Rants of a fangirl)




Mr. Robot:
1. Edward Alderson: “Somewhere down the road, if Elliot needs some help, and I can't be there for him, just give him a little push too, OK?” (Jimmy)
2. Elliot: “What was Whiterose's real plan? Does she know something I don't? Does everybody know something I don't?” (Jimmy)



NCISLA:
1. Kensi: “That was the hardest thing I ever had to do.” Deeks: “What's that, making the grilled cheese or singlehandedly saving the world from nuclear holocaust?” Kensi: “Making that call to you. And I don't want to lose you now. Or ever. Ugh. How long are we gonna do this for? Or ever.” Deeks: “I mean, you're the one that wanted to stay in, so why don't you tell me?” Kensi: “I don't know.” Deeks: “That's great.” Kensi: “I don't...I don't...I don't know.” Deeks: “I can't go through what Sam went through. I mean, honestly, I don't even know how that guy gets up in the morning. What are we doing? You're everything for me. And, um I hate feeling like this. Because you're my world.” Kensi: “You're mine.” (Samantha)



Outlander:
1. Mr. Willoughby: "A story told is a life lived." (From the inside)
2. Jamie (about Claire's hair): "I like the gray...a piece of silver in moonlight.” Claire: “Oh, how could I not love a man who says such things? If you were to say that in the twentieth century you’d be the king of all men.” (From the inside)
3. Mr. Willoughby: “This...retching. It can eat your stomach, tear your muscles and your testicles, they can get twisted. Most painful. The only cure is removal. But, if you want to wait. That is your choice.” (Prpleight)



Peaky Blinders:
1. Michael: "Without you, he falls apart and, without him, they’ll take us all. You’ve got to get us through this.” (Milo)





Riverdale:
1. Veronica: “You're in a toxic relationship with the Black Hood - and you need to break up.” (Samantha)
2. Betty: “I found out who killed Jason Blossom. I found out who the Sugarman was. You're next, Black Hood. I'm breathing down your neck. Can you feel it? Can you feel me?” (Samantha)



Supergirl:
1. Young Alex: "I never had a sister, promise I'll get better at it." - I'd say mission accomplished, Alex. (Djriter)
2. Young Kara: "I'd rather be human than risk losing you." (Djriter)
3. Alex: "After Kenny, that's when I realized you and I could get through anything, together." (Djriter)
4. Kara: “That possum came from nowhere.” ~it just makes me smile. (Prpleight)




The Walking Dead:
1. Gregory: “Negan, I don't like killing people any more than you do.” Negan: “I like killing people.” (DarkUFO)
2. Negan: “Your friend Rick is an asshole.” Gabriel: “You're an asshole.” (DarkUFO)



About the Author - Dahne
One part teacher librarian - one part avid TV fan, Dahne is a contributing writer for SpoilerTV, where she reviews and/or creates polls for Teen Wolf, How to Get Away with Murder, The Librarians, and others. She also runs the annual Character Cup. She's addicted to Twitter, loves live tweeting, and co-hosted The 100 "Red-Shirted" and Teen Wolf "Welcome to Beacon Hills" podcasts for Southgate Media Group. Previously she wrote a Last Week in TV column for her blog and SpoilerTV. ~ "I speak TV."

Monday, November 20, 2017

The Shannara Chronicles - 2.09 - Wilderun - Preview





Note: While Wednesday is another double header, this preview is specifically for the penultimate episode since no screener was released for the finale.  Watch both episodes this Wednesday on Spike at 9/8 Central.



And the bodies keep piling up. Perhaps the writers of The Shannara Chronicles have spent too much time watching Game of Thrones because yet another character from season 1 bites the dust halfway through the episode. This season is brutal! If they keep this up, there won’t be anyone left even if they do get a miraculous season 3 pick up. The theme of the night is destiny - fighting it, embracing it, railing at it. Some, like Wil, have finally found acceptance of their calling but for Lyria and Eretria, it’s a much harder road. At least Eretria has learned from season one though. She avoids secrets and openly shares with Wil what is going on with her. It’s a great plan...right until they put her in charge of guarding Lyria, the one the Warlock Lord needs most. Eretria’s struggle to remain true to herself is one of the biggest highlights of the episode. Ivana Baquero does a good job of selling the conflict within her character and the intermix of Eretria the hero and Eretria the possible Warlock Lord's puppet adds intensity to her scenes. The cliffhanger is another plus. Like it or love it, The Shannara Chronicles has mastered the fade to black this season. It’s a good thing this is a double header because everyone’s screwed at the halfway mark.



Other highlights:

1. Allanon - Generally the Fortune Cookie King comes off a bit too cheesy for me, but he’s doing his best Gandalf impression here. From protecting Mareth to encouraging Wil to espousing the virtues of love, Allanon is quite the surprise when he thinks he’s going to die. Even Wil is taken aback by this new side of him. Who is this guy?

2. It’s Full Steam Ahead - While the deaths have been excessive this season, it has trimmed the fat of the story. By eliminating the subplots, all the heavy hitters are in the same place and ready for the battle of their lives. That allows for better character interaction and a streamlined plot, which probably needed to happen a few episodes ago to be frank.

3. Cogline - While he started off with a bad guy vibe, he has turned into an intriguing character. His mixture of science and magic is fun to behold and the reveal about his past was one of the few unexpected events for me.

4. Riga is finally dead!!!! - Yes, this technically happened last episode but I felt a vicarious thrill at how shabbily they treat his corpse. Serves him right for plunking Ander off the dam. Karma!



Lowlights:

1. Lyria - I was all for the runaway princess but she’s turned pretty useless these days. She brats to Cogline and is stuck in a damsel-in-distress role that doesn’t look good on anyone. It’s a waste of the character.

2. Planning / Plotting - Let’s face it. No character on this show is going to win any strategy awards. It’s like they refuse to consider the consequences of their choices and just go with whatever idea is most likely to fail. Worse though is that the audience knows exactly where every aspect of this plot is going from the start. While it is entertaining, there are no major surprises in this episode, which is a shame for the second to last time we will probably be with these characters,

3. Exposition - Everyone gets a monologue or pep talk tonight. While some like Jax’s are rallying, the sheer number of them drags down the momentum.



Episode Awards:

Best Scene - Eretria comes clean to Wil about what’s bothering her
Best Action - Al vs. Al sword fight
Best Speech - Jax’s “Unite or Die” speech
Best Character Interaction - Wil and Allanon
Best Aim - Jax when rescuing…..
Best Accessory - Lyria’s necklace
Best Line - “I’m okay.” “Yeah, I’m pretty sure that’s not what okay looks like.”
Biggest Awww Moment - Allanon and Wil hug
Biggest Creeper - the Warlock Lord who keeps invading Eretria’s mind
Biggest Surprise - wedding proposal
Biggest Idiot - Bandon, like usual
Biggest Genius - Cogline
Biggest Eye Roll - every time someone rails against their destiny or storms off
Biggest About Face - Allanon playing father
Biggest Laugh - the Star Wars-ish music playing in the background when the Warlock Lord monologues about the darkness



Best Quotes:

“Alliances are for those who are too weak to empower themselves.”
“I asked you how to fight this, not how to accept it.”
“I don’t care who you look like. Nobody messes with my family.”
“In my experience, runaway princesses don’t usually like too many questions.”
“Magic and science, reunited again.”
“Sometimes our fate chooses us instead.”
“You are the strongest person I’ve ever met. You can beat this.”



About the Author - Dahne
One part teacher librarian - one part avid TV fan, Dahne is a contributing writer for SpoilerTV, where she reviews and/or creates polls for Teen Wolf, How to Get Away with Murder, The Librarians, and others. She also runs the annual Character Cup. She's addicted to Twitter, loves live tweeting, and co-hosted The 100 "Red-Shirted" and Teen Wolf "Welcome to Beacon Hills" podcasts for Southgate Media Group. Previously she wrote a Last Week in TV column for her blog and SpoilerTV. ~ "I speak TV."

Sunday, November 19, 2017

HTGAWM - 4.08 - Live. Live. Live. - Best Scene Poll








About the Author - Dahne
One part teacher librarian - one part avid TV fan, Dahne is a contributing writer for SpoilerTV, where she reviews and/or creates polls for Teen Wolf, How to Get Away with Murder, The Librarians, and others. She also runs the annual Character Cup. She's addicted to Twitter, loves live tweeting, and co-hosted The 100 "Red-Shirted" and Teen Wolf "Welcome to Beacon Hills" podcasts for Southgate Media Group. Previously she wrote a Last Week in TV column for her blog and SpoilerTV. ~ "I speak TV."