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A User Support Community
That should be the proper tag line, right?
Can vwe get an update on who we are having the delight pöeasure to share the site with, from a support team perspective?

Who are, actually, supporting the forums, from staff?

It could be a good first step.
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2 days ago
Welcome Fans of Reality TV!
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3 days ago
“Hope” – Krypton S01E09 Review
“Hope” – Krypton S01E09 Review (spoilers)
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May 16, 2018 In The 100
The 100 "Pandora's Box" Photo Recap - Open Sesame
The Rolling Stones should probably just watch The 100 if they want satisfaction so bad.
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May 16, 2018 In Game Of Thrones
I like Game of Thrones

“When you play the game of thrones, you win or you die.”

It all comes down to this. Sixty-four characters entered our Game of Thrones March Madness tournament, and only two remain to compete for the title of favorite character: Jon Snow and Tyrion Lannister. It’s been a long road for our finalists, with many a friend and family member falling along the way.
As Quaithe once said, “To go forward you must go back.” Before we get to the final matchup, let’s take a look at what happened in the last round. Number one seed Jon Snow squared off against his sister/cousin Sansa Stark. Despite a strong showing in previous rounds, Sansa was soundly defeated by the King in the North. On the other side of the bracket, Tyrion and Jaime Lannister had a final, fateful face-off. Ultimately, Tyrion trounced his older brother by a decent margin however.
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May 16, 2018 In Game Of Thrones
Game of Thrones S06E06: "Blood of My Blood"
Let it go on the record that I do not like war in real life. People killing each other because of misplaced national pride? No thanks. But in my television shows? The more war, the better. "Blood of My Blood" was like Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria getting assassinated 15 times in a row, because the seeds of a whole field of wars were planted. This was a classic set-up episode that prepared the second half of the season to finish things out with some massive battlefield insanity. I'm in!
Buuuuuuuut even though it had one fart joke in keeping with Season 6's mature sense of humor—I think we're at three total now with four episodes to go, meaning we could reach the minimum quota for a Rob Schneider movie—"Blood of My Blood" was more of a cooldown after "The Door," and given how things ...Read more
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May 15, 2018 In Elementary
Elementary "Pushing Buttons" Review: Fighting Wars In The Neural Cortex

Anybody who says watching TV makes you dumb has definitely never watched an episode of Elementary.

Nearly every week I find myself looking up things on the internet, because I have learned something new that I want to know more about. This week it was Gilbert and Sullivan and Button Gwinnett.

It shows how much effort the writers put in their story lines. There is never a scene or dialogue that is of no importance. Often you only discover those things upon watching an episode for the second or third time.

I have grown accustomed to paying attention to seemingly minor details. Often they turn out to be crucial especially for the overall story arc or the inner feelings of the main characters.

Let me give you two examples that struck me the most in this episode.

First: Throw-Away Lines

For the second time this Season Sherlock says something to ...Read more
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May 15, 2018
Actress Nadege August Stands-Out in ABC’s ‘Alex, Inc.’

Sometimes, well actually a lot of the time, TV shows don’t make it passed their freshman season. Even ones that have a bankable name and executive producer at the helm can get axed. That seems to be the case for ABC’s Alex, Inc.

But, that doesn’t mean that there weren’t some stand-outs during the show. One I believe worth mentioning is actress Nadege August. She popped in a couple times during the season as the serious Ad Exec that Alex was forced to meet with about his podcast.

Nadege can also be seen in her own comedy web series, Bougie Dilemma, currently streaming on Amazon; and she stars as a Detective in the new indie sci-fi feature film Out of Time which heads to the Cannes Film Market this month.

Previously, Nadege appeared in Sony’s The Brothers starring Shemar Moore and Morris Chestnut, and Gary ...Read more
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May 13, 2018 In Elementary
Elementary Renewed at CBS
Sherlock Holmes and Joan Watson have not solved their last case. CBS has renewed the long-running drama Elementary for Season 7, TVLine has learned.
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