Nick's about to get into big trouble — Bigfoot trouble, that is.
On Friday's Grimm (9/8c, NBC), Nick (David Giuntoli) begins to investigate a mysterious case in which the suspected Wesen (guest star Kenneth Mitchell) is suffering from a mysterious malady that prevents him from returning to his human form completely. A therapist (guest star Roger Bart) attempts to suppress the creature within. Unfortunately, science isn't quite up to the challenge, and the side effects are appalling.
Syfy is known for their weird pairings — Tiffany and Debbie Gibson in Mega Python vs. Gatoroid for instance — so it comes as no surprise that the network is teaming up a Wonder Years star and an Olympic gold medalist for a new original movie.
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Danica McKellar, who portrayed Winnie Cooper on The Wonder Years, and Apolo Ohno, also known for his turn on Dancing with the Stars, will star in...
Someone on Jericho will die this week so that the show may live on. It sounds heartless. But the producers of the CBS drama about life in a small Kansas town after a nuclear catastrophe are sacrificing one of the series' regulars in the battle-fueled finale as part of a long-term plan to take the story in a new direction. Executive producer Carol Barbee will only describe the victim as "somebody who had a deal to be here for the next five years." Is it bad boy turned local hero Jake Green (Skeet Ulrich)
Jericho's layers are unfolding like the thick onion that it is... slowly and stubbornly with a little sting to the eyes. I like the personal relationships sparking within the larger picture: the harsh, defensive marriage between Robert Hawkins (more on him later) and his wife; Eric Green's (Kenneth Mitchell) affair with the curly-haired bartender; Dale's concern for Skylar who called him a "loser" in last week's episode. The Heather-Jake-Emily triangle, which has yet to be formed but is slowly brewing, has the most promising possibility of mixing old and new love and all the drama that comes with it. When Jake tells Emily he wants to keep her safe and she responds with "It's never safe around you," doors into the past are swung wide open.Aside from the love stories within, I'm not sure how convincing the shelter process was. In those 90 minutes, the 1,000 Jericho residents were packed away in tight spaces, shut in with a mine explosion and able to gather enough food and drink...