Once Upon a Time (7:00-8:00 CST, ABC)
At first I was annoyed by Snow White and Prince Charming, but now that we’ve set everything up, I’m hooked! I wasn’t a huge fan of Cameron on House, but I’m liking Jennifer Morrison’s character here and I’m interested to see which character knows what and how things are going to come together and what’s going to happen as they gradually figure out who they are. I thought I was going to like Grimm better, but now I’m not so sure….
The Strand continues its dominance in the industry by publishing “The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez” a good three months before Collier’s managed it, in July of 1904.
Oddly enough, I do like a good political thriller. I do, less oddly enough, reeeeeallly like George Clooney. I don’t like Ryan Gosling. I did like The Ides of March. It walks the line of falling into cliche and bad decisions, but ends up going the much more interesting route. To be fair, Ryan Gosling’s character tries to do the cliche (and stupid) thing, but circumstances, and a very clever Paul Giamatti, don’t allow him to. I don’t want to give things away, but basically mistakes are made and loyalties are questioned and morals are weighed against the greater good and to see the campaign game at work is all very interesting.
Chuck (7-8 CST, NBC)
It’s the last season of Chuck! I’m afraid I’m still behind, somewhere in season 4, but Claire is not the lazy fan that I am and emailed me yesterday about the first episode:
Eh, it was OK. Zac looks handsome, but the whole twist from the end of the last season (which I won’t spoil for you), kind of made it a bit disappointing so far. But I have a feeling it will pick up. If nothing else, it’s good to look at Zac – LOL!
I have confidence they’ll turn it around and go out on a high note.