Essentially, Doux is this media review site that heavily leans toward genre properties like Star Trek, Doctor Who, and Buffy The Vampire Slayer (with many, many more also in tow); and it's writers are actively engaged in penning summaries and reviews regarding individual episodes. For example, I was this morning search for a photograph I could use for a classic Doctor Who adventure: Google turned up one that lead me directly to one of Doux's writers waxing on about the strengths and weaknesses of that particular episode. I ended up spending about twenty minutes shuffling around their site, checking out the who's, what's, and where's they've collected; and I have to say that I'm impressed with the quality of work. As happens, some of it is a bit brief and flashy, but much of it is very respectful of what the storytellers are trying to tell us in some of the best hours (and half-hours) in the history of television ... and beyond.
Episode reviews are something I'd love to (eventually) add to SciFiHistory.Net's pages as well. In the meantime, I'm happy to have found another place that enjoys genre work as much as I do.
Check them out! You can find their mainpage right here.
As always, thanks for reading ... and live long and prosper!