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Royal Pains – Van Dyke and the bunny

With Jeremiah out this week, Van Dyke returns with a new problem … and you better believe it’s funny! It’s business as usual on ‘Royal Pains’ and the writers managed to deliver yet another entertaining installment!

by Jaylen Christie

Ratings Clack – Olympics are off to a great start

If there’s one thing we all have learned by this point… people, in the general, do like a good opening ceremony. As expected, the ‘Olympic Games’ got off to a great start for NBC. Over on cable, the starts weren’t quite as good for ‘Warehouse 13′ and ‘Alphas’.

by Brett Love

Royal Pains – Jeremiah treats a patient with green blood

Sometimes I wonder if the medical cases of ‘Royal Pains’ can happen in real life. Nevertheless, I was definitely intrigued by this week’s installment which featured more Paige and more Jeremiah! Good stuff, folks!

by Jaylen Christie

Royal Pains – What does Boris have up his sleeve?

So far, season four of USA’s quirky medical hit has been a real rollercoaster ride. This episode continues the momentum with interesting storylines for every character … and a cliffhanger involving the Hampton’s resident mystery man.

by Jaylen Christie

Ratings Clack – Crimetime takes a back seat to the long ball

Baseball led the way on broadcast and cable last week, taking a bit of the shine off of premieres for ‘The Closer’, ‘Perception’, ‘Covert Affairs’, ‘White Collar’, and ‘NY Med’.

by Brett Love

Royal Pains – Judy Greer shakes things up

After a week off, ‘Royal Pains’ returned with a fun episode featuring a ton of characters along with the always hilarious Judy Greer who stole the show. However, it wasn’t all fun and games … a mysterious crime may just decrease property value. In the Hamptons? Say it ain’t so!

by Jaylen Christie

Ratings Clack – Anger Management no match for a new Duncan

FX had the big story on cable with the premiere of Charlie Sheen’s ‘Anger Management’, but it was surprisingly upstaged in the viewer department by ‘Good Luck Charlie’. On the broadcast networks, NBC got the Olympic machine fired up a little early.

by Brett Love
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