It's time to get back to work. Sweethearts of the Galaxy is back from its hiatus and starts the second half of the series by throwing Katelyn (Kit Quinn), who still believes she's the alien superhero Trinity Infinity, into her day job. Cue hijinks.

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Holy cat fights, Batman! The third episode of Sweethearts of the Galaxy, the web series about a woman, Katelyn (Kit Quinn), who believes she is the superhero Trinity Infinity, focuses on Paul's (David Dickerson) roommate and ex-girlfriend, Morgan (Megan Alyse). Although the closest thing to an antagonist thus far for the series, I still feel more sorry for her than rooting against her. I think there's a missed opportunity to show what Morgan did to put Lilly and Paul so much on the defensive. From my perspective as a viewer, it seems like Morgan is looking for any excuse to interact with them. This is possibly a strategy to get close to Paul again, or maybe she's just lonely.

I want to give Paul (David Dickerson) a great big hug. The poor guy. Paul lives with his ex-girlfriend Morgan (Megan Alyse) and is trying desperately to make enough money to move out. He's also been pursuing his crush, the geeky girl next door, Katelyn (Kit Quinn), and needs her help to get to a job interview. There's just one problem: after hitting her head at a comic book convention, Katelyn thinks she's the superhero Trinity Infinity.

New on the Tube is a series devoted to reviewing relatively new television shows and determining how they may (or may not) appeal to their intended audiences, where the shows are going, and what can be done to make them better.


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30+ years in the future, advances in technology have risen to an all-time high, allowing for even the most sordid of persons to have access to amazing and disturbing possibilities.  To combat this, the police have begun using combat androids as partners for officers in the field, allowing for more firepower and logic-processing capabilities.  One detective, John Kennex, is very reluctant to work with an android and does all he can to make his feelings about the situation known.  The show airs on Mondays at 8:00 p.m. (Eastern) on FOX.


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Katelyn (Kit Quinn) has always loved cosplaying as her favorite heroes, no matter how much crap her friends give her, but when she hits her head at a convention and wakes up thinking she is Trinity Infinity, the character whose costume she's wearing, her friends are going to have to find some unique way to help her cope with the real world.

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A new off-shoot species of humanity is starting to assert themselves in world affairs, and the son of their most prominent leader is thrown into the fray when he starts to exhibit his latent abilities.  Caught between his loyalty to his family and the need to understand more about who and what he is, Stephen explores the new world set before him while trying to maintain ties to what he thought was a normal life.  The show airs on Wednesdays at 9:00 p.m. (Eastern) on The CW.


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Roberts & Roberts, an advertising agency headed up by a father and daughter team, is in dire straits as some of their clients begin dropping them. The unorthodox, out-of-the-box thinking of Simon Roberts envisions some interesting ideas for the agency, but the down-to-earth ways of his daughter Sydney clashes. Because of Simon’s known success for spectacular advertising events, Sydney tries to one-up her father in an effort to bring in big business, often with disastrous results. The show airs on Thursdays at 9:00 p.m. (Eastern) on CBS.

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Jason, the son of an explorer, seeks out his father’s remains and ends up transported to the fabled city of Atlantis, but in ancient times.  While trying to figure out how he got there, and what it has to do with his father’s death, Jason encounters two individuals who become unlikely friends in the face of some very unusual circumstances.  Unsure of what he’s going to do, Jason and his comrades make a living in Atlantis while trying to find his place in this new, but old, world.  The show airs on Saturdays at 8:20 p.m. (GMT) on BBC One.

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Psych is like a fresh pineapple on a hot, summer day. Cool, sweet, and refreshing. (I'm sure Shawn would say that a pineapple a day keeps the doctor away.) The show centers around Shawn Spencer (James Roday), a "psychic" consultant with the Santa Barbara Police Department and his best friend and reluctant partner Burton 'Gus' Guster (Dulé Hill) or Gee Buttersnaps, Squirts Macintosh, Ovaltine Jenkins, or whatever odd/hilarious name Shawn makes up for him. With Shawn's photographic memory, detective instincts, heightened observational skills, and charming personality, he's able to convince people that he's able to solve cases with psychic ability. "Oh, so it's The Mentalist?" C'mon, son! The Mentalist came out two years after Psych. Plus, Simon Baker wishes he had Shawn's exquisite hair.

If you’ve not heard of the BBC TV series Luther, do yourself a favor and Netflix the first two seasons and force your friends with satellite cable into having a Luther viewing party at their place for the third season, premiering September 3rd. If they don’t agree, they’re not really your friends, and you should look for new ones. Remember kids: friends don’t let friends miss Luther.

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