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‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Season 10, Episode 3 – Psycho Pete Returns | TV Review

  In episode 3 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia season 10, Psycho Pete (Dominic Burgess), the man who killed and ate his family, is released from the mental institution due to budget cuts. From that premise alone, it is clear that the writers have something to say about this issue, but it can backfire and fall into “very special[…]

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‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 5, Episode 6 – Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken | TV Review

  Game of Thrones season 5, episode 6 entitled Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken, named after the House Martell motto, although we didn’t spend much time in Dorne at all, in fact it was probably my least favourite part of the entire episode. The star, once again this week, was Sansa, with Winterfell really proving to be the location of interest this[…]

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‘It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia’ Season 10 Episode 2 – The Gang Group Dates | TV Review

  This episode is a journey into the psyche of Dennis, played by Glenn Howerton, and the lengths he will go to to be seen as a 5 star man. It starts with the gang doing the opposite of what they usually do: paying attention to Dee, played by Kaitlin Olson, and the self destruction of Dennis and his self-named[…]

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‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Season 10 Episode 1 – The Gang Beats Boggs | TV Review

  It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, or It’s Always Sunny for short, is a long running comedy series about a group of drunk sociopaths who own a bar. Packed full of memorable scenes and quotable lines, it very much deserves its place in the zeitgeist. So, as series ten has just appeared on Netflix let’s have a gander, shall we?[…]

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‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ – Absurdist And Contagiously Optimistic | TV Review

  Netflix original series, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt reminds us just how long ago, in culture and time, the year 2000 really was. The eponymous main character, played by Ellie Kemper, is rescued from a doomsday cult where she spent the last fifteen years; and then the opening credits start…   In 15 years time, let’s hope they have flying cars[…]

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