There isn’t much to " Nightswimming " other than some very well disguised nudity.
No conspiracies, no killers, not even murders. Just a procedural case that mirrored Britten’s life at home. And, although I’m always excited to look at and analyze the la more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Ricky's Tacos," the April 12 episode of NBC's "Awake," in which Britten prepares to move, while the show returns to the conspiracy theory. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-awake-rickys-tacos-red more
If there’s one thing Awake loves to do every week it is definitely making me second-guess myself at every single turn, and " Ricky's Tacos " super-sized that feeling.
Are the clues really clues? Or are they just a long series of red herrings hell bent more
I’m not sure exactly what I watched and how everything pieces together in " That's Not My Penguin ," but I haven’t been this thoroughly entertained or confused since Lost .
That won’t deter us though! So let’s break the episode down and more
To move to Portland or to stay in LA. That is the question Michael faced in “Ricky’s Tacos,” this week’s episode of Awake . It seemed so simple for his wife to get out of the house they shared with their lost son, but could he actually b more
Michael Britten is starting to lose control over his two worlds . In “That’s Not My Penguin,” this week’s episode of Awake , it seems obvious that the two realities are not only bleeding together, but that Michael is having trouble d more
Whereas " Kate is Enough " felt like a bit of a stand-alone story focusing on Britten's heightened anxiety over Rex's grief, " Oregon " stepped in and launched the series forward, introducing one of Britten's worlds to a rather apropos serial kille more
It was only a matter of time until someone in one of Michael’s worlds began to get suspicious of his clever hunches and one-in-a-million guesses. In this week’s episode of Awake, “Oregon,” that person is a prettyFBI agent who is called in when a bod more