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Being Human Season 1 Episode 7 Review: I See Your True Colors… And That’s Why I Hate You

1 March 2011 9:34 AM, PST | | See recent news »

You know a show’s good when it’s difficult to concentrate about the details from older episodes because you’re still trying to figure out how the latest changes everything. That’s where I’m at each week reviewing Being Human; it’s that good.

“I See Your True Colors and That’s Why I Hate You” has Josh (Sam Hunitington) taking Emily (Allison Louder) back home to be safe away from Marcus (Vinccent LeClerc) and other vampires, per Aidan’s (Sam Witwer) orders. Emily’s attack was a direct message towards Josh and Aidan was not going to have it. In the meantime, Sally (Meaghan Rath) tries to get at Danny (Gianpaolo Venuta) and warn Bridgit (Angela Galuppo) that she’s dating a murderer.

“There’s a reason monster’s hide under the bed. We’re more scared of you than you are of us. That look on your face, »

- Ernie Estrella

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Being Human Season 1 Episode 5: The End of the World as We Knew It

15 February 2011 2:46 PM, PST | | See recent news »

What truly occurred as compared to what one thinks happened doesn’t always match up. In last night’s episode of Being Human viewers learned plenty about Sally (Meaghan Rath and Josh (Sam Huntington), who both find out the truth about what or who made them a ghost and a werewolf. Meanwhile Aidan (Sam Witwer) staves off another plan by Bishop (Mark Pellegrino) to meddle in his attempt at normalcy. It was easily the best all-around episode of the season so far.


Danny (Gianpaolo Venuta) quickly went from the grieving widower to the biggest scumbag on the planet. The fact he hasn’t visited her grave but has pictures of Bridget (Angela Galuppo) all over his apartment were clues that he never truly loved Sally. Which is why it’s become quickly apparent what Sally must do and that’s to reach out to Bridget and warn her of the monster she’s dating. »

- Ernie Estrella

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Lr's Rabbit Ears: A Look At SyFy's Being Human

11 February 2011 12:07 PM, PST | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

I'm just as sick of the current Vampire craze as anyone. Seems like every magazine cover features the bloodsuckers of Twilight, The Vampire Diaries and True Blood. Though the latter is a show that actually works for me because it features good ole sex and violence, fully realized characters and intriguing stories that often take bizarre turns. Did I mention it features good ole sex and violence? Another decent show is the supernatural comedy-drama Being Human, a BBC import with a unique premise involving the supernaturally cursed trying to lead normal lives while sharing a house together. Nothing's changed much for the American reboot except the setting has been shifted to Boston. Sam Witwer, known for his work in Stephen King's The Mist and as Ems worker David Bloome, aka the monstrous Doomsday on TV's Smallville stars as Aidan, a Vampire who has been coping with his condition for over »

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