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Royal Pains – Boris is back, baby!

With things coming to an eventful close, Boris returned in the penultimate episode of the fourth season of ‘Royal Pains’! Mix in some adoption issues with Paige, unrequited love for Jeremiah, and some serious hanky panky for Hank, and we’ve got ourselves an entertaining episode indeed!

by Jaylen Christie

Royal Pains – It’s all about Paige!

Have the writers of ‘Royal Pains’ finally realized how to successfully juggle their main characters? Maybe. This time, Paige gets the spotlight and a lot more to do in an episode that was really fun and really gripping.

by Jaylen Christie

Royal Pains – Fifty shades of Divya

Well, things slowed down a bit with this installment of USA’s hit medical series, but that doesn’t mean that there wasn’t entertaining moments. With Jeremiah back and the return of a former love interest for Hank, ‘Royal Pains’ keeps things moving in a humdrum episode.

by Jaylen Christie

Royal Pains – Off to the races!

Did somebody turn up the heat, because USA’s ‘Royal Pains’ is on fire! This week is drama, drama, drama! The return of Henry Winkler brings laughs, but a shocking twist has now added some much needed intrigue to this eventful season.

by Jaylen Christie

Ratings Clack – What is that Olympic Promotion worth?

The first results of NBC’s Olympic promotion are in, and they’re not encouraging. Over on cable, the news was much better for TNT with their big series finale for ‘The Closer’, and premiere of ‘Major Crimes’.

by Brett Love

Royal Pains – Jeremiah has damn good taste

Beautiful settings, interesting medical cases, and sharp acting help keep ‘Royal Pains’ fresh! In this new episode, fans and casual viewers were hit with funny storylines that certainly entertained … and an interesting development in the series that better play out.

by Jaylen Christie

Ratings Clack – The Olympics Dominate TV

The London Olympic Games took over all of television last week. The networks largely went with the run and hide philosophy. The shows that did brave the games met with varied success, and failure.

by Brett Love
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