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Published: Mon, 24 Oct 2011 15:41:11 GMT


Jonathan Storm: 22 years of TV good and bad
'How can anyone retire from the 'job' of watching and writing about TV?" you might ask, as you see that this is my farewell column as The Inquirer's TV critic.

Jonathan Storm: Peacock looking plucked as NBC cancels shows
The Peacock is looking like a bedraggled starling at the start of its first fall TV season in Comcast's nest.

Jonathan Storm: Uncommon comrades
It started with the item's appearance on Antiques Roadshow. The little tintype doesn't look like much: a white man and a black man in Confederate Army garb sitting next to each other, armed to the teeth.

Jonathan Storm: Creepy, sexy 'Horror Story' on FX
You've never seen anything like American Horror Story on TV before. And you may not want to see it now.

Jonathan Storm: One crazy-good spy
The spy thriller is a popular genre. But the real spy world is a shadowy place crammed with minutiae and ruled by routine, with about as many thrills as the library. James Bond or Jack Bauer would go crazy.

Jonathan Storm: A stiff shot of history
Jonathan Storm: Let's raise a toast to Ken Burns. He and collaborator Lynn Novick have produced a historical documentary on the Prohibition era that has so much resonance today.

Jonathan Storm: CBS's "Gentleman": Great slot, lame plot
'Life is a big jerk," says the big jerk in How to Be a Gentleman. "It punches you in the face over and over again. You gotta fight back, or it will knock you out."

Jonathan Storm: Misfit family, perfect-fit slot
Suburgatory's version of suburbia might be somewhat unfamiliar. "It's like the Million Mom March," says 16-year-old Tessa Altman. "They're shuffling out of the tanning salons in their mani-pedi flip-flops, with their ever-present daughters and enormous frozen coffee drinks."

Jonathan Storm: 'Terra Nova': Time-travel tale with a dose of dinosaurs
Bad omen for Fox's monster Mesozoic melodrama Terra Nova: It starts going downhill when the dinosaurs show up. A long time coming (it was supposed to bow in May), the show, which has a special two-hour premiere Monday at 8 p.m., is unquestionably a triumph of modern computing, populated with head-thwacking, cutting-edge electronic imagery.

Jonathan Storm: Advice on how not to be one broke girl
CBS recruiter Bryn Berglund had some internship advice for the 100-or-so eager Penn undergrads in the Wharton School auditorium: "You need to work hard, and you need to be nice."