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Drama Recaps
Warm and Cozy: Episode 16 (Final)
by | July 2, 2015 | 103 Comments
After wading through the arduous portion of denial with a side of noble idiocy, we finally get to the good stuff: fluttery anticipation of first dates, how to seduce your boyfriend without seeming too eager (Answer: There’s no such thing as too eager! Too eager’s for people in Episode 8! Get on with it!), and... More »


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Warm and Cozy: Episode 15
by | July 1, 2015 | 72 Comments
What a difference a little sincerity makes. Who knew that the secret was to loosen your tightly held grasp on reason? (Who even knew Gun-woo had that much reason to hold onto in the first place?) In any case, I’m just glad we can get past that frustrating block of doublespeak and opposite-talk, ’cause watching... More »


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Warm and Cozy: Episode 14
by | June 25, 2015 | 128 Comments
Get ready for an episode of cute!… is something I can’t say, despite the image above that might suggest otherwise. It’s a fleeting moment of sweetness, yes, but in a sea of circular logic and backwards progress. My kingdom for movement that actually takes us somewhere! I guess I could have put up an image... More »


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Warm and Cozy: Episode 13
by | June 24, 2015 | 153 Comments
On the one hand, it’s a huge step in maturity for our hero to stop being selfish and actually become a noble idiot entirely for someone else’s benefit. On the other hand, this in no way has advanced his emotional maturity when it comes to romance. His idea of professing love still involves saying the... More »


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Warm and Cozy: Episode 12
by | June 18, 2015 | 112 Comments
It’s amazing (…or is it?) how, when a character stops acting stupid and turns on the decisive swoony switch instead, my general dissatisfaction with a show can make the flip over into satisfaction, even when the plot continues to be silly and illogical. Warm and Cozy isn’t a drama with an outright WTF plot, where... More »


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Warm and Cozy: Episode 11
by | June 17, 2015 | 97 Comments
At long last, after weeks of backpedaling and denial, there are true moments of growth and revelation. It’s not even my birthday, but we get a two-for-one deal as both brothers kick things up on the swoony scale, and even take some steps toward maturity. Well, mature is a relative term in this family, but... More »


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Warm and Cozy: Episode 10
by | June 11, 2015 | 193 Comments
Good news: Things get better! Not-as-good news: Better is a relative term. At least there’s more cuteness sprinkled into today’s episode, along with more decision-making, which keeps the frustration levels down, and our hero inches closer toward being able to express his feelings in a functional adult way. I suppose it’s a good sign that... More »


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Warm and Cozy: Episode 9
by | June 10, 2015 | 106 Comments
Aaaaaaargh. You know when you’re having bad luck at Monopoly where every time you get close to finishing a lap around the board, you pull a card that sends you to jail and taunts you with the words, Do not pass Go, and no matter what you do, you can’t seem to make Go count,... More »


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Warm and Cozy: Episode 8
by | June 4, 2015 | 178 Comments
Yessss, finally. As recently as yesterday, I was all set to give up on this show being anything other than a Hong sisters pastiche—still cute and fun to watch, mostly because of the leads, but all paint by numbers and predictable. It felt like they’d taken a coloring book and merely filled in the white... More »


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Warm and Cozy: Episode 7
by | June 3, 2015 | 103 Comments
Oh phew, it’s finally here, the episode where our manchild hero wakes the hell up and realizes that his heart may have other ideas than his brain. In his defense, it’s a very small brain? The romantic development could not have come sooner, because I was so mad at his behavior last week that I... More »


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Warm and Cozy: Episode 6
by | May 28, 2015 | 124 Comments
Today’s an improved outing from yesterday, mostly because She Who Must Not Be Named doesn’t actually have to be named that much. Instead we have two sweet guys running around trying to make our heroine happy, and that’s a dynamic I could watch for days. Of course we can’t leave out the inevitable conflict that... More »