Monday, January 31, 2011

From LA Examiner: Insight on 'Shameless' and 'Chuck' Men of Mystery; The Cape Faces New Challenges; 'The Chicago Code' Takes On Corruption...


"Shameless' Justin Chatwin offers insight on his man of mystery"


So far it is the kids of Shameless who have been spotlighted, and rightly so. Last week was an extremely big episode for Cameron Monaghan’s Ian, who came out to a classmate, as well as Emma Kenney‘s Debbie who got oddly attached to the little old woman they “borrowed” to pretend to be their Aunt Ginger. Tonight’s episode proves to be another big one for Debbie, who is so distraught now over losing her Aunt Ginger that she steals a baby. Yes, you read that right. Because what the Gallaghers need are more mouths to feed! ... [MORE]


"An Open Letter to Chuck Bartowski"

Chuck Bartowski, it’s time to put your big boy pants on. Okay, Chuck (Zachary Levi), we know you still often consider yourself still “just” a civilian who has been given an extraordinary circumstance but really that was never the case. You were a special boy from the day you sat down in front of your dad’s old wall of computers and hit play, looking a video you really had no business seeing. And yet you survived it. And thus started you down the path towards greatness... [MORE]


"The Cape faces new inner challenges and Mena Suvari as a new adversary"

In tonight’s episode of The Cape, entitled “Dice,” Peter Fleming (James Frain) and the ARK Corporation prepare to unveil a special device that has the ability to alter the fate of Palm City but may be brought down by an unlikely foe. Tracey Jerrod aka Dice herself (guest star Mena Suvari), a young savant and the inspiration for the device, actually targets Chess himself to avenge her father’s death. Vince (David Lyons) learns that in order to fully destroy Chess and all he is doing, he must actually keep him alive a little bit longer, so he works on mastering new abilities to aid with this, all while grappling with how his decision will affect his family... [MORE]


"The Chicago Code takes on ugly corruption through beautiful screenwriting"

Chicago police officers should have their hands full protecting their fine city from the crime and corruption, but Shawn Ryan’s newest FOX drama, The Chicago Code, makes a heavy-handed effort to showcase the crime and corruption within their own departments is a much bigger threat than every thief and mobster combined... [MORE]

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