Though Pain and Gain will leave you feeling a bit spent, you will have deposited your emotions in a worthwhile experience.
When it comes to couples who have been together 32 years, it's easy to say they have a habit of finishing each other's sentences. But with writing-producing team Andrew Schneider and Diane Frolov, they have a habit of finishing each other's paragraphs.
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The "Boardwalk Empire" Season 3 finale built on that momentum with another stellar episode that gave "Boardwalk" fans the bloodbath they've been waiting for and brilliantly tied up nearly every loose end the show raised this season.
This may be the best episode in the "Boardwalk Empire's" history, a suspenseful, action-packed and brilliantly executed hour of TV that could compete with the strongest offerings of "Homeland," "Breaking Bad" and "Mad Men."
Oh no, Owen Sleater. Last week we wondered what terrible fate Nucky's driver and Margaret's Irish lover on the side would meet for conspiring to run off with his boss' wife, and this episode delivered that brutal answer.
"The Milkmaid's Lot" picked up after the massive explosion blew up Babette's, and as crews cleaned up the wreckage on the Boardwalk, Nucky was recovering from a concussion he experienced in the blast.
And boom goes the dynamite. This season of "Boardwalk Empire" has at times felt like watching a slow-burning fuse, and in "The Pony," it finally exploded.
We're all hoping that "Boardwalk Empire's" third season is building up to a climactic and hopefully awesome war between Nucky Thompson and Gyp Rosetti, but it's sure taking its sweet time to get there.
After last week's action-packed episode of "Boardwalk Empire," this week was a slow, ponderous episode that pivoted away from Nucky Thompson's looming war with Gyp Rosetti to focus on Nucky's marital and political problems.
It's time for us to revel in the violent and sexual craziness that serve as "Boardwalk Empire's" climactic exclamation points. This episode was all about strangulation and misdirection, and featured three genuine "Holy shit!!" moments.
Is Nucky Thompson slipping? The latest episode of "Boardwalk Empire" climaxed with a violent ambush from Gyp Rosetti that represented the culmination of months of bad decision-making from Atlantic City's bootlegger-in-chief.
Fans of New York City's rich past have seen three of its most tumultuous decades represented in television series this year. And each show is bringing a different approach to filling out the historical contours of this ever-changing metropolis.
Nucky Thompson tried to avert war and make Gyp Rosetti a peace offering in this episode, but "Boardwalk Empire's" chief Season 3 antagonist is not a reasonable man -- he doused the Sheriff of Tabor Heights with gasoline and lit him on fire.
In the last four weeks we've had an avalanche of TV releases, including some of the best shows on television.