Posts by Kristen Dyrr
- kdyrr at Fall TV1 mth ago
Last season on "Grimm," a horde of zombie-like folks were unleashed on Monroe, Rosalee, and Juliette, while Nick was being zombified by a toxin-spitting pufferfish Wesen known as Baron Samedi.
In the Season 3 premiere, "The Ungrateful Dead," Samedi attempts to send Nick away, hoping he'll become a pawn of Capt. Renard's brother, Eric.
Next, they climb up a large storage container and begin kicking the zombies off until help — Sgt. Wu and a slew of reinforcements — arrives. The cops lock the zombies in one of the containers in the storage yard, where Rosalee administers her zombie-toxin cure in the form of a gas. According to Monroe, the zombies are cured once they stop making noise.
#Grimm it's like popcorn, when you stop hearing it, it's done. I friggin' LOVE Monroe
This week's "Person of Interest" (entitled "Lady Killer") was all about the ladies. Not only did the new female characters, Root and Shaw, get plenty of screen time, but Carter and Zoe Morgan got a good chunk as well.
Most fans were very happy to see all the ladies of "POI" working together. The gang's latest SSN belongs to Ian Murphy, an apparent sociopath who changes up his image whenever he's out with a new woman.
In fact, evidence found in Ian's home seems to indicate that he is a stalker and possibly even a serial killer.
Yep. That guy's definitely a creeper. #personofinterest
Carter, Zoe, and Shaw team up for a night on the town, dressed in their sexiest outfits and packing their deadliest weapons. Of note is Zoe's pink Taser, given to her by Reese as a gift. Their goal is to land a date with the alleged lady killer.
Heh, the men looked a little nervous with the women getting out all their weapons ;) #personofinterest
A man named Felix Soto is murdered, and a mugger — who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time — is left for dead, unlikely to ever wake up.
Sherlock and Watson encounter their first set of clues:
Clue 1: An empty room in Felix's home, devoid of wall decorations or furniture.
• The walls smell like spent matches. • The light switch does not work.
The clues lead Sherlock to believe that the walls are covered with invisible ink. A hidden black light lamp in the other room illuminates a multitude of math problems.
Sherlock discovers the equation:
A friend of Sherlock's reveals that the scribblings are the near solution to the P versus NP problem, worth a million dollars to whoever can solve it. It could also theoretically be used, given enough time, to write code that can hack any server on the planet.
Sherlock's buddy figures out what the equation is:
Just spent a lot of quality time with the P vs NP page at Wikipedia. So far, everything that #Elementary has said checks out,
Shaw (Sarah Shahi) is sent in to deal with the latest number, an Internet entrepreneur by the name of Wayne Kruger (David Alan Basche) who claims to have created a Facebook-like site called LifeTrace, where people can reconnect. In actuality, the site mines information about people without their knowledge and sells it to whomever will buy it. This really freaked out fans, who began worrying about their own information online.
Wow learning everything about a person without checking with them about their privacy. I feel violated #PersonOfInterest
This episode makes me glad that I deleted my facebook, but I also wish that I'd never signed up for it at all. #PersonOfInterest
The "Elementary" Season 2 premiere, "Step Nine," smartly reintroduced many elements from the original story while switching things up just enough to keep devotees engaged. This included the introduction of Mycroft Holmes (Rhys Ifans), Inspector Gareth Lestrade (Sean Pertwee), and 221B Baker Street. Most fans were thrilled to see these new faces and places.
yessss Mycroft and Lestrade and 221B and yasssss #elementary
I like this Lestrade because the writers didn't make him seem like a bumbling idiot of a detective. #elementary
Well, I already like this Lestrade vastly less than the Graves version. Also, "Utterly adequate." Hehehe. #Elementary
The "Person of Interest" Season 3 premiere episode, "Liberty," was heavy on the action and brimming with morally questionable moments, laughs, and a good dose of creepiness.
Fans took to Twitter to let the world know how much they had missed their long-awaited show and exactly why they were looking forward to it. Not everyone, however, is happy with the two new female characters.
Only John gets to act and talk tough on #personofinterest. Root go back to where you came from. You are messing up my show.
@PersonInterest disgusted at addition of Shaw as regular; character & acting is ridiculously overdone/borderline camp. Don't ruin this show
'Elementary' Set Tour With Lucy Liu: Sherlock's Brownstone Is Bigger Than It Appears [Exclusive Video]kdyrr at Fall TV3 mths ago
Did Lucy Liu just wake up in her trailer and decide to give a tour of the "Elementary" set with bed head? It sure looks like it in this exclusive behind-the-scenes peek from the "Elementary — The First Season" DVD collection, in which Liu gives the audience a tour of the studio where scenes in Sherlock Holmes's brownstone apartment are filmed. Sometimes, dressing up for bed is just part of the job, and it's not always glamorous — even if she still looks gorgeous!
Liu, donning a large T-shirt, explains that she did not just wake up and decide to give a tour. She is actually prepared for the next scene, in which Liu (as Dr. Watson) wakes up with "bed head," as she puts it, shocked to see Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) having a moment of reflection while staring at her sleeping.
'Defiance' Star Grant Bowler Previews Season 2: Will Nolan and Irisa End Up in Antarctica? [Yahoo! TV Exclusive]kdyrr at Yahoo! TV5 mths ago
"Defiance" star Grant Bowler (who plays Joshua Nolan) sat down for an exclusive Yahoo! TV Twitter chat with fans! He dished on the finale, spilled a few beans about next season, and shared some awesome insights about the Syfy drama. The game-changing Season 1 finale redefines the series for Season 2. Kenya has died. Irisa has plunged into the abyss, seemingly to fall away forever. The Earth Republic has taken control of Defiance, with mayor-for-half-a-day Datak Tarr on the run after killing the E-Rep's Col. Marsh. As the name of the finale implies, "Everything Is Broken." So how is it going to get fixed?
Bowler replied jokingly to a question about what really happened to Irisa:
But perhaps Irisa has not gone into the abyss for long. Later, Bowler implied that Irisa will be back soon:
- kdyrr at Yahoo! TV5 mths ago
Previously on "Defiance," Datak (Tony Curran) and Stahma Tarr (Jaime Murray) forced Nolan (Grant Bowler) out of the city by creating a scandalous situation in which he killed an innocent Castithan. The Castithan appeared to have a gun pointed straight between the eyes of Mayor Amanda Rosewater (Julie Benz), which he kind of did, but it was a paintball gun.
By supporting Nolan's decision to fire on the boy, Amanda looked like a fool, particularly after Datak played old audio recordings of Nolan claiming to hate the aliens back before he knew better. Although Amanda continued to support Nolan, he took himself out of the picture by asking the mayor to fire him and kick him out of town. That's the story, and he's sticking to it.
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- kdyrr at Yahoo! TV6 mths ago
Previously on "Defiance," Nolan (Grant Bowler) became suspicious of the involvement of Doc Yewll (Trenna Keating) in the poking and prodding of humans during the Pale War. Her face said it all: She was much more involved than she cared to admit.
If what Yewll did was anything like what her people did to an astronaut abducted in 2013 (he was killed when his memories were stolen, modified, and used by an Indogene who could be disguised as a human), she had some explaining to do. Before she could answer Nolan's question about her involvement, citizens of Defiance began coming to her for help and were dropping like flies from viral hemorrhagic fever.
In this exclusive four-minute sneak peek at Episode 9, "If I Ever Leave This World Alive," Alak Tarr (Jesse Rath) broadcasts a message about the town's very own highly contagious plague as his fiancée, Christie (Nicole Muñoz), looks on, appearing to be infected. Important note: Irathients and humans both carry the disease, but only humans get sick. That can't be good for Irisa (Stephanie Leonidas) and her fellow Iraths.