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Another Murdoch Post?

If a little is good then more must be better. That saying usually applies to alcohol or ketchup flavored potato chips (I love being Canadian) but it also applies to insights on the latest season of Murdoch Mysteries from it’s … Continue reading

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On With The Murdochian Show… This Is It…

It’s hard to believe (though not if you’re a fan) but Murdoch Mysteries Season Twelve is almost upon us. To millions of us, Murdoch isn’t simply a televised period piece focusing on a detective who is decades ahead of his … Continue reading

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The Hook’s Top One Hundred: Part One.

So the other day I was escorting a yuppie (sorry, but they weren’t all exterminated in the Nineties, kids) corporate drone into the hotel and as I wheeled his packed-to-capacity-and-beyond cart of foam blocks, printers, posters and easels through the … Continue reading

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The Accident May Be Murdoch Mysteries’ Finest Moment.

There is one thing above all else that separates anyone who is successful in their respective field from their competition… hunger. If you want something bad enough, if you crave it above all others, if you truly desire it, you’ll … Continue reading

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Murdoch Mysteries Channels Huey Lewis. (Sort Of.)

Bear with me on this one; it’s going to take a minute but it’ll be worth it. (I hope.) Huey Lewis and the News, those crazy 80s rock icons, once recorded a song called Back In Time, from the Back … Continue reading

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5×5 With The Hook: Dan Trotta, Murdochian Scribe.

I sometimes envy people who have a hard center, people who are emotionally numb to the world’s horror; as a highly-emotional man the hardest thing about my life these days is living it. Ironically, I often find myself seeking out … Continue reading

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Murdoch Mysteries Attempts To Unravel The Greatest Mystery Of Them All.

Never mind big spiders or erectile dysfunction, as a 47-year-old male my biggest fear is facing life’s greatest question: “When do I feel like I’m too damn old to contribute anything more to society?” You can exercise, eat right and … Continue reading

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