In Case You Missed It
Published: Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Updated: Wednesday, January 9, 2013 18:01
The series, which typically begins scheduled programming on USA Network sometime in the summer, started later than usual this season. Despite the extra wait, fans have not been disappointed. This week's episode, "The Amazing Psych-Man and Tap-Man, Issue No. 2," involved more than just bad guys – there were superheroes too. Shawn and Gus have to figure out the identity of a vigilante who keeps getting solving crimes before they do. And in true Psych style, the opening credits have been tweaked to go along with the episode's theme.
Dr. Brennan is back, and this time with a baby bump in this season premier of Bones. The first episode of the new season, "The Memories in the Shallow Grave," kicked things off on a sweet note. There was the usual dead body and mystery to solve, but nothing too unsettling for the evening, and it was borderline boring. It was like your typical day on the job – nothing too fast paced and nothing at all jaw-dropping. Could this first episode possibly be setting the mood for the rest of the series? I certainly hope not.
Once Upon A Time
ABC's Once Upon A Time has no time to drag in the storyline since it is in its first month. It needs to wow audiences from the first few minutes in, which is exactly what it does. "Snow Falls," the third episode of the series, focused on the love story between Snow White and Prince Charming, while paralleling the present situation between the elementary school teacher Mary Margaret and coma patient John Doe. As they get closer and closer to remember their true pasts, the Evil Queen, also the Mayor of Storybrooke, will do anything to stop them.