Go On can always be relied upon for some solid comedy, and “Go Deep” doesn’t let us down, on that front. However, the episode also offers some well-rounded character work.
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Go On offers up one of its funniest and most poignant episodes of the season. Ryan has a new love life, but Janie’s ghost continues to run pass interference on all his plays. Can Ryan shake his guilt?
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Go On offers up the best episode of its run, in a half-hour that features guest appearances from Piper Perabo and Terrell Owens.
Check out the recap and review of Go On – Season 1 Episode 14 – Comeback Player of the Year:
Go On introduces an unlikely romantic rival for Ryan, in the form of Olympic medalist and pro snowboarder Shaun White. But there are other developments in Ryan’s burgeoning love life…one of which might include a close friend becoming something more.
Check out the recap and review of Go On – Season 1 Episode 13 – Gooooaaaallll Doll!:
It’s Christmastime on Go On…or the end of the world. Either way, “The World Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over” offers up one of the show’s most poignant episodes, a half-hour that isn’t without some big plot developments.
Check out the recap and review of Go On – Season 1 Episode 11 – The World Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over:
“Back, Back, Back…It’s Gone!” tackles the issue of loneliness, resulting in tightly-paced half-hour that stands as one of the best episodes of Go On to date.
Check out the recap and review of Go On – Season 1 Episode 10 – Back, Back, Back…It’s Gone!
Go On continues to develop as one of TV’s strongest new ensemble comedies in tonight’s Thanksgiving episode, “Dinner Takes All”, featuring Parenthood star and former-Gilmore Girl, Lauren Graham.
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Big casting news for some of TV’s biggest shows. Go On casts a former Gilmore Girl (and Matthew Perry’s real-life ex), Modern Family signs a Star Wars vet, Revenge casts a Nip/Tuck alum as its new villain, and Once Upon A Time casts a guy who’s almost too good-looking to play Frankenstein’s Monster.
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Go On is finally back after two weeks of preemptions, and for fans of the show, it’s definitely worth the wait, providing back story for one of the show’s more interesting characters.
Check out the recap and review for Go On – Season 1 Episode 8 – Videogame, Set, Match:
After having been twice preempted, the latest Go On finally premieres tonight on NBC. I spoke briefly with series co-creator Scott Silveri, and stars Tyler James Williams and Laura Benanti about tonight’s episode, as well as the challenges they’ve met in fully developing their characters.
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It’s Ryan’s birthday on Go On. “Any Given Birthday” utilizes the show’s ensemble in increasingly effective ways, with two random character pairings, a romantic tease, and the return of Janie’s ghost!
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Go On finally starts to utilize its ensemble to its full potential, producing the best episode of the season so far with “Big League Chew,” an episode that delves into the different, often unusual ways people deal with grief.
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Go On finally introduces us to Ryan’s late wife in “Do You Believe In Ghosts…Yes!” It’s an episode that develops the best aspects of the aspiring cornerstone Tuesday night comedy.
Could Janie really be haunting Ryan? Or is he just going crazy?
Check out the recap and review of “Do You Believe In Ghosts…Yes!”