Tag: V

Unbelie-V-able: a "V" blog

The mother of the V-human hybrid baby.  She was Ryan's girlfriend, and died in childbirth at the hands of the V's.  DECEASED
As our favorite punching bag is headed towards its season finale next week, the action has been raised a few notches, as the credibility gap has edged down some more. Marcus (the former number two) who has recovered from being shot.  It’s amazing, how the not so minor characters appear to be killed off, only... Read more »

Unbe-lie-Vable: a "V" blog

Morris Chestnut as Ryan Nichols Our mischievous aliens are at it again.  Looking for sympathy, they decide to go straight to the top, and make a trip to Rome to pay a call to the Vatican.  As the old adage goes, if at first you don’t succeed, try again.  So when they got rebuffed, Anna... Read more »

Unbelie-Vable - a "V" blog

Leelee Sobeski Before I get into my weekly stab at “V,” I’ll give a shout out to “The Good Wife” for another interesting, if slightly more credible drama.  That episode involved the son of one of the firm’s wealthier clients, and his girlfriend, played by Leelee Sobeski (Eyes Wide Shut) who is a version of... Read more »
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Unbelie-Vable - a "V" blog

Unbelie-Vable - a "V" blog
Our favorite lizard aliens return to the skies over New York, and once again, one of the most unbelievable sci-fi series ever made for network television makes it’s spring debut. Someone wrote on a blog post that your network sci-fi will have at least one cool special effect scene every show.  It did indeed have... Read more »

Monday Morning QB

Monday Morning QB
Ah, the last weekend of “vacation” for many, but the second week of my convalescence.  That meant more TV and video watching.  It also means many of the regular shows return for their spring runs, including the laughable sci-fi show “V” on ABC.  They should call it “U” for unbelievable that four people can take... Read more »

"V" is for Evil

As much as I have ragged on this show all season, the finale last night actually kept my rapt attention and didn’t have any laugh out loud moments.  Granted it wasn’t as exciting as game two of Hawks-Sharks, but it did have climactic moments and tragic character deaths.  Ship’s doctor Joshua gave it up for... Read more »
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Wednesday TV Wrap

By Steven Leventhal Here’s a trifecta of television reviews, including “24,” LOST, and “V.”  TiVoGirl asked me to pinch hit for her “24” review, and since she got me hooked on the show, I’m happy to oblige. Katee Sackhoff as Dana Walsh I suppose I’d call the episode something like “Jack Be Nimble, Jack Be... Read more »
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