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- Victorious/iCarly — April Fools Day
Nickelodeon’s two hit shows from writer-creator Dan Schneider take a detour into absurdity and reveal the structural strengths of the multi-camera sitcom.
- Test Pilot — The Incredible Hulk
A guest blog post with TV Surveillance’s Cory Barker about the pilot episode of the 1977-1982 Incredible Hulk TV series. Includes ruminations on why Bill Bixby/Lou Ferrigno are the definitive Bruce Banner/Hulk and the challenges of adapting comic book characters to other media.
- Doctor Who — Blink
Subtitled “Existential Horror and the Passage of Time” this essay deals with the relationship between fear and existentialism as it pertains to one of the most critically acclaimed episodes of Doctor Who, “Blink”.
- Buffy the Vampire Slayer — Hush
Subtitled “The Horror of Living Fairy Tales and Voice as Identity” this essay analyzes the Gentlemen as symbolic fairy tales and their role in unveiling the truth behind the use of spoken language and verbal communication.
- This Was TV — So Weird reviews
At This Was TV, I review the Disney Channel original series So Weird in the context of the Disney Channel and its brand at the turn of the century, as well as the show’s connections to other genre shows of its ilk, such as The X-Files, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Supernatural.