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Asta goes out on a date with the Grey on Resident Alien
February 21st, 2024 under Alan Tudyk, Syfy. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 10p on Syfy, Asta (Sara Tomko) cheats on the Resident Alien to go on a date with the Grey alien, aka Joseph (Enver Gjokaj). We now know that he is here to destroy the Earth.

Asta is not really on a date date with him. She is doing it to distract him so that Harry (Alan Tudyk) and D’Arcy (Alice Wetterlund) can check out Joseph’s place to see if there is anything there that can stop him.

However, Joseph set a trap at his apartment, and now Harry and D’Arcy are stuck in it. Will they be able to get out of it before he comes home?

That is not all that happens. We find out that one of Patience’s residents was abducted by aliens. Can you guess who it is?

You are going to want to tune in because this show is so much funny. It is as good as it was during the first season. Harry’s nativity makes this series so enjoyable and his character so lovable, even though he wants to kill all of us.


Harry tries to save the World on Resident Alien
February 14th, 2024 under Alan Tudyk, Syfy. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 10p on Syfy, Resident Alien is back. Instead of Harry (Alan Tudyk) trying to destroy the World, he is attempting to save it from the Greys, who want to annihilate us.

He is working with General Eleanor McCallister (Linda Hamilton) and the government, but does he really know what he is doing? Of course not.

Thankfully, he will have help from his friends like Asta (Sara Tomko) and D’Arcy (Alice Wetterlund). The latter is getting used to Harry being an alien. And she will be helping him a lot.

She will be really helpful when another alien from a different planet comes to Patience in an upcoming episode.

Little Max (Judah Prehn) and Sahar (Gracelyn Awad Rinke) are going to assume new roles this season.

And that is not all you can expect in the coming weeks. Harry falls in love. One of the originals leaves tonight. We find out that someone was abducted by aliens in the past, and they don’t even know that about themselves. We learn where the Greys have been hiding. Someone we thought was gone, is not. And so much more.

And something else there is so much more of is laughter. That, and special effects, because we are going to see at least three different alien species.

I will be honest with you. I was not that big of a fan of the second season. But I am loving the third season. It feels more like that first, and those episodes were phenomenal.

So tune in tonight and every Wednesday at 10p for an alien show unlike any we have seen before.


Can Harry save the World on Resident Alien?
January 10th, 2024 under Alan Tudyk, Syfy. [ Comments: none ]

Don’t have a date for Valentine’s Day? Don’t worry. Syfy and USA Network have you covered. Resident Alien is returning on February 14th for its third season.

Based on the Dark Horse comics, SYFY’s “Resident Alien” follows a crash-landed alien named Harry (Alan Tudyk) whose secret mission is to kill all humans. In season three, Harry is vowing to work with General McCallister (Linda Hamilton) to rid the Earth of the Grey aliens – a task made more difficult when he discovers that the Grey Hybrid Joseph (Enver Gjokaj) has taken a job in town as the new Deputy. Joseph isn’t Harry’s only obstacle – Harry struggles to balance business and his personal life when he falls in love for the first time. Meanwhile, Asta (Sara Tomko) and D’arcy (Alice Wetterlund) move in together and struggle to discover their purpose in the world, Sheriff Mike (Corey Reynolds) and Deputy Liv (Elizabeth Bowen) continue their quest to find out who killed the Alien Tracker, and Ben (Levi Fiehler) and Kate (Meredith Garretson) are forced to deal with the subconscious repercussions of their alien abductions.

That is a lot to look forward to, and I am here for every hilarious, suspenseful second.

If you missed the first and second seasons, then you can watch them Peacock now.


Resident Alien crashes back down to Earth on January 26th
December 9th, 2021 under Alan Tudyk, Syfy. [ Comments: none ]

Syfy announced today that Resident Alien will debut its second season on January 26th at 9p. Along with the season premiere, it is going to be joined by the new series Astrid and Lilly Save the World at 10p. Together the combo is creating a Wednesday night of must-watch TV.

Resident Alien is a huge hit, and people are loving the unlovable alien that is played by Alan Tudyk. I want to tell you more about the program, but it is something you have to experience blindly. All I will tell you is that you are going to love it and laugh a lot at things you shouldn’t. So, if you haven’t seen it, then watch the first season on, the app, and OnDemand.

Then at 10p, we get to meet Astrid and Lilly, two high school BFFs who aren’t very popular. After they go to a party and get humiliated, they do a spell that opens a portal that sets things in motion for the apocalypse. Now, they have to fight evil forces to save the World. Can they do it?

We spent the last few years dealing with an evil President who wanted to end the World and a pandemic that made it seem like a reality. So watching two shows that are about the end of the World seems fitting.


Alan Tudyk is a lovable Resident Alien who wants to kill us all
January 27th, 2021 under Alan Tudyk, Syfy. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 10p, you are going to fall in love with Resident Alien on Syfy. There is a new doctor in Patience, Colorado, and he is alien to their ways. I mean, he is an alien.

A few months ago, Captain Hah Re (Alan Tudyk) crashed down onto Earth, and he took on the body of Dr. Harry Vanderspeigle. Now, he is stuck here because he lost the device he needs to complete his mission.

The doctor recently moved to the small town and remained a hermit in his cabin. Therefore, no one noticed that the alien killed him and took over his body. However, when the town doctor is murdered, they come to Vanderspeigle to find out what happened. Now, not only does he have to pretend to be human, but he also has to pretend to be a doctor. Good thing he watched all of those Law & Order marathons. Will they be enough to convince the town that he is the man whose skin he is in?

Sara Tomko (Asta Twelvetrees) was the doctor’s nurse. She can sense there is something off with the new doctor, but she likes him and his quirky ways. Like him, she never felt like she belonged in her small town. Therefore, she is always there to back him up. Something that he is going to need quite often because Law & Order didn’t prepare him for interacting with humans.

There is one human he cannot interact with, and that is Max (Judah Prehn). He is an 8-year-old boy who can see that Vanderspeigle is an alien. He tries to tell everyone the truth, including his father, the Mayor (Levi Fiehler), but no one believes him.

Even the town Sheriff (Corey Reynolds) thinks the kid is lying. However, he doesn’t like the new resident. Then again, he doesn’t like anyone. He is one of those smalltown sheriffs that is really tough and loves being in charge. Thankfully Deputy Liv Baker (Elizabeth Bowen) is the opposite of him.

Vanderspeigle is going to need all the help he can get to fit in with all of these humans. Fitting in is something that is going to be hard for him. That is until he tries some alcohol. Drunk Vanderspeigle is the best thing.

Actually, everything is the best thing when you watch him trying to adapt to our ways. Tudyk is just so endearing as he plays this alien whose mission is to destroy Earth, but he cannot let the Earthlings know that. He is a douchebag, but a lovable douchebag.

Will the douchebag have a change of heart the more he interacts with humans? Will they rub off of him, or will they convince him he is doing the right thing?

Most Sci-Fi shows lose their likability after the pilot, not Resident Alien. It gets more and more delightful with each episode. It is unlike anything else on television, and boy do we need it.

I am enjoying this show so much; I am going to declare that it is the best new show of the season. Nothing even comes close to it.


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