"Gregory" was a mostly solid episode that briefly sacrificed momentum in favor of addressing broader plot points. http://www.tv.com/news/the-americans-gregory-review-the-heart-is-a-lonely-spy-hunter-30618/
The Americans continues to impress. Its second episode was tighter and sharper than its pilot, and its third episode, “Gregory,” was a marvel: expertly paced, with a marvelous control of tone, strong performances, and a number of unexpectedly piercing sce more
Note: Do not read on if you have yet to see Season 1, Episode 3 of "The Americans," titled "Gregory."
More than a crush on " The Americans ," I have a crush on FX. Their gritty, unsettling programming always has its way with me. Who needs Nucky Thomp more
The Americans third episode "Gregory" doesn't weave a web of lies, it knits a quilt of deception then a snuggie of subterfuge to boot. The secret life of a KGB agents gets discovered, past affairs haunt Philip and Elizabeth's marriage and state secr more
Elizabeth had a secret lover? That was a situation I didn't see coming, especially with an asset. I would have guessed that she was too uptight to do something like that. Even more shocking is that Philip had no clue about his wife's escapades with " Greg more
What do you do when you finally see the truth before you? When you’re faced with facts that you’ve been ignoring for so long? That’s the tale “Gregory” tells this week. http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/02/13/the-americans-season-1-episode-3-gregory-tv- more
You know, you gotta love a show that keeps layering on the subtext and character development every week, and “The Americans” is just such a show. I love how each week, everything makes a little more sense and so do the character’s overall more