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The Best TV Episodes of 2014, Part 5

26 December 2014 11:10 AM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Boardwalk Empire, “Devil You Know

Written by Howard Korder

Directed by Jeremy Podeswa

Aired October 12, 2014

After four seasons of deliberately paced, character-based storytelling, Boardwalk Empire wasn’t going to change its approach in its final truncated season. Instead of introducing new intrigues or foes, the series used much of its time to reflect on the paths that brought Nucky and the other main characters to this point and to say an extended goodbye to the people and world of the show. With Nucky facing off against well known historical figures, an air of doom pervades much of the final episodes before they reach their poetic, but inevitable conclusion. More intriguing is the antepenultimate episode, “Devil You Know”, which says goodbye to two of the series’ most colorful characters and powerful actors, Michael Shannon’s George Mueller/Nelson Van Alden and Michael K. WilliamsChalky White. Shannon’s intense and frequently »

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine, “Halloween II” and “The Mole” are both brazenly funny

3 November 2014 4:40 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Season 2, Episode 4, “Halloween 2

Written by Prentice Penny

Directed by Eric Appel

Airs Sundays at 8:30pm Et on Fox

Halloween II” has the tough job of having to live up to the standards of Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s first season classic, “Halloween,” which featured an audacious bet, where Jake bargained a week of overtime to get the captain to do a pile of paperwork for him (and he won). This time around, Peralta ups the stakes and offers to do five weeks of unpaid overtime if he can’t steal Holt’s watch by midnight. But If he fails, Jake has to work a whopping five weeks of overtime with no pay. After a quick analysis, Captain Holt shakes on it. Sequels are rarely better than its predecessor and rarely does a sequel meet the expectations of devoted fans. “Halloween II” isn’t as strong as the original, »

- Ricky

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