Tag: Saad Siddiqui

Alphas: “Never Let Me Go” Oxytocin: A Psychological Study with Alaina Huffman Promo!

Welcome back Alphas fans! Here we are in our fifth week of living the lives of Syfy’s Alphas, learning our life lessons and experiencing the consequences of cutting third period science.  Now, in the school system I grew up with, we got report cards every six weeks.  So, since next week is the big week, figuratively speaking, let us start by taking a look back at what we have seen …Read the Rest

Alphas: “Rosetta” Catalyst of The Red Flag Organization!

Welcome back Alphas fans! This week on Syfy’s Alphas, change was the name of the game.  In a previous review I commented on how the writers had not yet started creating episodes that focus entirely on one character or another. Welcome to the Alphas curve ball brought to you by Michael Karnow and Zak Penn in the form of an outstanding episode called “Rosetta” including the introduction of new character, …Read the Rest

Alphas: “Anger Management”  Wanted A Chill Pill and Other Therapy

Hello Alphas fans, Anyone who has been in the New York metro around rush hour knows the score. You have approximately seven seconds to locate a car and fight or bargain your way into the rush of people already taking up most of the allowable space. You will be jostled. Hands will brush places they shouldn’t. You will not have more than 2 centimeters of room all around, and chances …Read the Rest

Alphas: “Cause and Effect” Pay Attention in Science Class!

Welcome back Alphas fans! In this second stunning episode of Syfy’s exciting Alphas, Syfy continues to teach its viewers the importance of the simple things in life.  First, we were told not to use a cell phone at work.  Then it was suggested we never ask for help in a grocery store.  “Cause and Effect” brought us lesson #3: “Pay Attention in Science Class.” The “Cause and Effect” episode of …Read the Rest

Alphas: Pilot – Lesson #1: Never Use Your Cell Phone On Duty!

Welcome Alphas fans, Syfy’s newest series Alphas seems determined to teach its viewers a couple of life lessons straight from the beginning. ALERT: MINOR SPOILERS: Within two minutes of the series’ start, a minimum-wage employee at the local supermarket receives a phone call that consists of nothing but a strange pulse.  A friendly grandmother interrupts his confused staring at a potentially broken phone to ask where she can find some …Read the Rest

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