Under the Dome is already a little suffocating. But I have an idea on how to fix it.
After a few weeks of self-destruction, Deb decided—with the "help" of Dr. Vogel—to right some wrongs.
Let's break down who and what the Emmys missed out on this year, and maybe a little of what they actually got right.
As you might have expected, this year's Emmy nominations aren't particularly surprising.
It's really, really, really difficult for women to land nominations for writing and directing Emmys, in either comedy or drama. In fact, it's safe to say that the Emmys have almost entirely failed to recognize female writers and directors over the last three decades.
With Deb on the precipice of a devastating breakdown, Dexter was forced to bring Vogel further into his life. And then everyone yelled and cried and got tranq'd.
Does HBO's The Newsroom have its problems? Of course. But if you start imagining it all as a fantasy world, the show instantly becomes better.