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Dan and Spencer’s Oscar Review

March 4, 2016

Dan Zalewski Sports Editor Spencer Goodrich Staff Writer What was the biggest part of the Oscars last night? S: I could see a definite argument being made about the Minion’s appearance, it truly was the . . .

Rick and Morty season finale gets “squaunchy”

October 7, 2015

Maria Rovito Managing Editor This season of Adult Swim’s “Rick and Morty” has definitely been—as Rick would call it—‘squaunchy.’ The episodes for season two have increased their attention on continuity: side characters have made returns, . . .

War is finally declared in ‘Gotham’

October 22, 2014

Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor If there’s anything that Oswald Cobblepot (Robin Lord Taylor) of Fox’s “Gotham” was right about, it’s that a war was brewing in the city of Gotham, and it’s declared . . .

‘Walking Dead’ draws massive ratings

October 22, 2014

John Villarose VI Staff Writer Fans of “The Walking Dead” might recognize the show’s formula for starting off new seasons: the first episode kicks off with a large-scale, action-packed sequence of the gang trying to . . .

Vigilante terrorizes city in new ‘Gotham’

October 8, 2014

Katie Pryor Arts & Culture Editor Long before Batman became the Dark Knight of Gotham City, another masked vigilante tried to take justice into his own hand, but without Batman’s moral code: The Balloonman. The . . .

‘Once Upon a Time’ introduces new villain

October 8, 2014

John Villarose VI Staff Writer The newest episode of “Once Upon a Time” followed the typical structure: the events of the past in the Enchanted Forest cut back and forth between the events in present-day . . .

Fall season for television starts off strong

October 1, 2014

John Villarose VI Staff Writer Fall is always a big time for television, with shows premiering almost every week. This week looks to be one of the most significant, with plenty of new and old . . .

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