Are you ready for some sexy, lingerie fashion? Stay tune tonight on CBS at 10 pm for the new premiere of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2010! Featured guests include Katy Perry and Akon as musical guest performances ready to rock out the runway action! The runway stage will certainly be tuning into rocking music by these smoking hot musical guests. Katy Perry and Akon are extremely talented and can rock any stage in style!
Sunil's sessions have been the heaviest emotional rollercoaster of this entire series. However deeply traumatized some of the other patients have been, they've all had a sense of fatalism to them. Patients like Alex and Oliver were always destined to be lost and any time we spent with them was just a tour through their troubled, final days. Others, like Sophie and Mia, seemed like they were making progress no matter how many bumps in the road they experienced. Sunil's fate is so much more in the air. He began as a sad but respectable man, transitioning into an individual who clearly had some buried secrets that had been corroding his mental health for decades. Now he's just plain scary.
Is the title of this week's midseason finale of The Event another not-quite-accurate thematic summation or is it a promise from this shaky show's writers? I sure do hope everything really will change by the time The Event returns to the air in February because this episode hinted at a show I'd actually like to watch. I'm not joking when I say that a secret, high-tech war between aliens and a shadowy organization of humans to either protect or exploit alien/human hybrid children sounds genuinely exciting. The Event took its sweet time getting to this point but now that it's here I'm interested in whether the now unified plot will improve the show or just stumble in the same ways the series has since it premiered.
What’s weird is that when Lumen goes and speaks with the women functioning as the first victim, but doesn’t seem too troubled by it, the whole thing reveals that Jordan Chase still has his hooks into just about everyone. And being able to witness his managing of various potentially disastrous situations only points to the weird power he possess over people. It really won’t be too surprising when at the end of the season, the character uses up his entire entourage to escape.
Now that Thanksgiving has given us permission to go all Christmassy, the team at Planet Express (and writer Michael Rowe) give us the appropriately-titled "Futurama Holiday Spectacular", three standalone tales of the season. With killer coniferous trees , dry robo-girls and dead bees, Christmas is in the air, Futurama-style. "God rest ye merry gentlemen….in peace."
Are you ready for some interesting brides-to-be transformations? E! Online is now featuring a brand new show every week with Shana Moakler (once married to Travis Barker), in this intense, thrilling, and dramatic showdown between 12 new contestants battling it out to win a dream plastic surgery makeover and a celebrity dream wedding. Can I say……what the heck?? What are they seriously thinking?? I can understand that a wedding is one of the most important days of a woman’s life. But why waste time and energy on winning ridiculous competitions to go under the knife?
Season 3 of In Treatment has had an especially prominent narrative arc. We literally spend more time with Paul and his family this year. Those opening sequences that used to be as short as ten seconds have ballooned to several minutes before the title music even plays. The action, too, stretches far beyond the confines of Paul's cozy office. This week Jesse shows up at Paul's home in the middle of the night, a full day before his session is supposed to take place. He's in a panic and he doesn't even care that Paul is having a private moment with Max. Bad with priorities to the bitter end, Paul allows Jesse to have his session that night. It's a bad idea realistically but it pays off in a big way dramatically.
emailing FX to beg for a second season.
I flipped through the channels this past Sunday night to see what was on entertainment television. I noticed on the WE channel that it featured a reality show based on potential future brides proposing to their partners. Curious, I decided to watch it anyways. The show was called, Jilted. What a weird, funny name to title a reality show. I do enjoy watching reality shows. I have watched ABC’s The Bachelor in the past, but didn’t expect to be seeing a low-rated reality show based on the woman proposing to her man. Hmmm…it doesn’t really seem romantic. Did I even hear wedding bells ringing inside my head watching this show? Not really.
More than any other character in the three seasons of In Treatment, Sunil is genuinely disturbing. He fluctuates between outbursts of temper and moments of eerie calm. Those quiet times are made even more unsettling when he starts talking about Julia. His approach to her is either full of repressed sexuality or casual, hidden violence. This week he uses words like "smother" and "disappear", putting Paul more on edge than he's ever been. Television tends not to present us with dangerous people who seem real. They're either villains or somehow justified. Even on procedural crime dramas the average-joe-turned-murderer is usually a player in some overblown tragedy that explains the awfulness of what he did. Sunil is scary because he's not abnormal. He's a thoughtful man with a deep capacity for love and a respectable demeanor. Seeing him circle the possibility of violence, even if he doesn't recognize it as such, is truly frightening.