The lies! The danger! The blood! All new episode of Ringer tonight, and I’m here to offer my commentary.
Last week, we were given a few bombshells. Clearly, Gemma was less than excited about finding out Siobhan’s true identity. In fact, she was downright livid. Who knew she would react this way, right? So what’s the first thing a hurt female does with brand new, juicy information? Well they blackmail people, of course. Gemma thinks that forcing Bridget to sleep with Henry and catching them in the act is the best way to go in order to get all the spoils after the divorce. Bridget, the former stripper, is above whoring herself out and instead offers Gemma something even better: to be Best Friends Forever. Bridget then presents the friendship bracelets she was up all night making.
Continue reading Review: Ringer Episode 6 – “The Poor Kids Do It Everyday”
Happy Tuesday, faithful readers! The plot thickens and the story unravels this week on Ringer; and Buffy slays me again. If you remember, I had some harsh critiques on the show when it premiered. I wasn’t sure Sarah Michelle Gellar had the chops to carry her Sister Act; and equally feared that the writing would lack originality and interest. While I’m still not entirely convinced that the show will go the distance, and I’m not holding my breath for any serious awards, I will say that it holds my attention for one hour per week. Which is more than I can say for most things. Or people.
Continue reading Review: ‘Ringer’ Episode 4 – “It’s Gonna Kill Me, But I’ll Do It”
Tonight continued the Slayer’s return to television, playing both sides of a coin that equally flawed on either end. Bridget the ex-drug addict on the run from the law, and Siobhan is the socialite turned to the dark side after the loss of her son (we assume).
Continue reading Ringer: Season 1, Episode 2 – “She’s Ruining Everything” Review
When I first heard about Ringer, I wasn’t sure what to make of it. Sarah Michelle Gellar is, of course, TV’s Sweetheart after her epic portrayal of Buffy; but I had some reservations about her small screen comeback. First of which, the fact that this show is airing on the CW. Any network that will give Tyra Banks her own show should be burned to the ground, but I digress.
Continue reading Ringer: Series Premiere – “Pilot” Review