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Three Days: Episode 12
by | April 13, 2014 | 50 Comments
The drama gods must have been smiling on me this week. How else can you explain two dynamite episodes of Three Days back-to-back? With a little less mystery and lot more focus on character, Thursday’s episode seems to have gotten us a bit closer to the recipe for a perfect Three Days.   EPISODE 12... More »

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Three Days: Episode 11
by | April 9, 2014 | 47 Comments
Augh, guys, this show is finally good. Or good again? I’m sure there’s actually a mathematical pattern to which episodes of this series are a cut above the rest, but that would require me to do math. Three Days is a drama written with such a focus on the mini-arcs that it has an interesting... More »

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Three Days: Episode 10
by | April 6, 2014 | 26 Comments
Three Days’ non-linear storytelling was once again stretched to its limits in this installment. With so many jumps through time backwards, forwards, and sideways, you almost feel like you need some kind of four-dimensional map to see how it’s put together. And yet somehow, it all actually works. And I kind of can’t imagine a... More »

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Three Days: Episode 9
by | April 2, 2014 | 36 Comments
We’re in the second three-day chunk of Three Days, which escalates the story—and the stakes—nicely, adding a twist and heightening conflict. Despite the dumbness of naming a drama Three Days and then exceeding three days in your timeline, I do think this escalation is working for the story; the initial premise of the first three-day... More »

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Three Days: Episode 8
by | March 30, 2014 | 30 Comments
So much has happened up to now that it’s hard to believe we’re only at the halfway mark. This episode maintains the breakneck pace with more secrets from the past revealed, more mysteries to ponder, and yet another character who it turns out may not be as trustworthy as we once believed. Oh, and of... More »

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Three Days: Episode 7
by | March 26, 2014 | 45 Comments
I really like when our hero is a loose cannon. He goes off the rails a little in his effort to find answers about Dad, though it’s actually scarier when he starts to get close to the truth. ‘Cause everyone else who knew stuff is dead or narrowly avoiding death as we speak, which doesn’t... More »

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Three Days: Episode 6
by | March 23, 2014 | 38 Comments
Following the climactic events of Episode 5, this episode feels like a sort of new beginning for the series. The president has been found and a bad guy defeated, but we’ve only scratched the surface, with plenty of questions yet to be answered. Although it’s heading in new directions, Three Days continues to be an... More »

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Three Days: Episode 5
by | March 19, 2014 | 71 Comments
And I’m back in the rotation! Just in time to catch a sharp upswing with this episode, which really amped up the intensity and made me care about what happens to people (even if I still can’t care about the timeline in which it happens, whether it’s three days or three years). We find out... More »

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Three Days: Episode 4
by | March 16, 2014 | 68 Comments
[Hey guys, here's averagerobot, joining the Three Days party. We're still sticking with the show and he's just coming aboard to share the load, because a show called Three Days should really have three recappers. It's math. -girlfriday] As the search for the president continues, the circumstances surrounding his disappearance start to become clearer. But... More »

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Three Days: Episode 3
by | March 12, 2014 | 79 Comments
Now that shots have been fired and the good guy has been framed, the race to find the president begins. The only problem is that it’s a little hard to tell who wants to save him and just how many people are out to kill him, so all we can do is hope that our... More »

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Three Days: Episode 2
by | March 6, 2014 | 82 Comments
Now that our world has been set up the action gets going, and it turns out that what we really have on our hands is a fugitive drama. I guess don’t mind, since I prefer a good wronged man runaway plot to a straight-up secret agent show, but it does feel a lot like Two... More »