FTW vs. WTF: The TV Week in Review (April 13–19)

Happy Easter (and Greek Easter) weekend! And also, uh, happy 4/20 weekend! Whether you're hunting for eggs or just watching a lot of Adult Swim this Sunday, we've put together a special basket of FTW vs. WTF treats just for you. So let's get right to it: Here's what we thought was a Cadbury Creme Egg and what was a [insert your least-favorite flavor of jelly bean] about the last seven days in television. 


SPOILER WARNING: If you haven't finished watching Orphan Black's Season 2 premiere—or any of this week's new episodes (of Game of ThronesFargoScandal, etc.), for that matter—we suggest that you hold off on reading this story until you do. 




FTW:

Bob's Burgers celebrates Bronies with "The Equestranauts"


"The Equestranauts" was excellent all around, with Bob going undercover as "Bobcephala" to attend a BronyCon-esque Equesticle convention in an attempt to retrieve Tina's rare Chariot doll. The episode was spoof-y without being mean, the puns were as sharp as ever, Paul F. Tompkins was great as Bronconius, and the final scene, where Tina decided she didn't want to play with Chariot anymore and Bob screamed at her to play with it anyway, was a perfect note to end on. Also, Jen has renamed her cats, and they shall henceforth be known as Sunpuddle and Pony Danza.


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Game of Thrones hosts another memorable wedding


Even before THAT happened, "The Lion and the Rose" was a spectacular look at the deviancies, quirks, and just plain cruelty of several of the series' best (read: most hate-able) characters. But of course what we'll all remember was the Purple Wedding, a wholly uncomfortable sequence of events that involved book-butchering, little-person playhouse theater, enough verbal slams to fill ten Wrestlemanias, and a horrific demise for one of the series' most infamous characters. From start to finish, "The Lion and the Rose" was outstanding and cemented itself as a series highlight.


FTW:

Speaking of that memorable Game of Thrones wedding, some of the cast's real-life reactions were priceless 


Stannis, the Hound, Arya, and Littlefinger weighed on the events of "The Lion and the Rose" in this short video by the U.K.'s Sky Atlantic network, and while we admire Liam Cunningham's (Ser Davos) loyalty to Stannis even off-camera, it's Aidan Gillen's (Littlefinger) succinct take on the situation that wins.


FTW:

Slumlord Peggy! California Pete! Eyepatch Ken! Freddy Rumsen the talking Don Draper doll! 


Mad Men is back, and we're already sad to know there are only six episodes left in the first half of Season 7. "Time Zones" was a great and surprisingly funny introduction to what each character has been up to since we last checked in with the AMC drama, and it contained plenty of hilarious highlights—from Cosgrove's eyepatch-addled aim to Pete's West Coast wardrobe to Peggy the plunger-brandishing landlord. What's more, the Freddy Rumsen reveal was excellent, we already love to hate Lou Avery, and we'll happily play along with the Megan/Sharon Tate speculation until Helter Skelter hits. Welcome back, show. 


FTW:

FX's Fargo beautifully refreshes the Coen Brothers' classic


It would've been an impossible task to adapt the renowned Oscar-winning film for television, so Fargo showrunner Noah Hawley wisely did the next best thing: He borrowed the movie's universe, using the general population and desolate setting to create a new story with new characters, meaning no prior knowledge of the film is necessary. Add to that an amazing cast, great writing, and the dark comedy that made the source material such a masterpiece, and Fargo: The Series could be the next Great Television Show.


FTW:

Inside Amy Schumer infiltrates a fast-food version of The Newsroom

Josh Charles continued to put his newfound spare time to good use this week, dropping by the Comedy Central sketch show to play JJ McAhoy, a cholesterol-pushing burger-shack version of The Newsroom's Will. The Sports Night alum helped skewer the HBO drama and its wordy creator Aaron Sorkin by grandstanding about French fries and fatness, to our utter delight. It's easy to parody Sorkin's style, but with lines like "a woman's life is worth nothing unless she's making a great man greater" coming from a woman who worked her way up to the role of GM at a Sbarro in Tel Aviv, it even took a swing at the guy's lousy gender politics. The sketch was also the MVP of the show's best and most consistent episode to date. How do you like them apple slices, Sorky?! 


FTW:

Glee's STD PSA


Hands-down one of the funniest things the Ryan Murphy dramedy has done in a while.


FTW:

As it enters the homestretch of the season, Arrow gets its groove back


After a muddled and somewhat scattered run of episodes following the December break,"The Man Under the Hood" featured motivated action sequences and a strong dramatic hook on which to hang the melodrama. If Arrow keeps this up, we may almost forget that "Blast Radius" ever happened in the first place.


FTW:

The 100 channels Battlestar Galactica in its darkest and best hour yet


The late Syfy series was known for its depiction of the harsh realities of survival in space, and this week, The 100 turned in an episode that would make Ronald D. Moore proud with its brave decision to tackle the bleak situation facing the men and women of the Ark. Staring down symptoms of oxygen deprivation, hundreds of the space station's residents volunteered to sacrifice their lives for the greater good; the result was a hauntingly beautiful scene and one of the darkest we've ever seen on a CW show. There was no last-minute reprieve, just 300 brave souls willing to die so the rest of the population had a better chance to live. Well done, The 100!


FTW:

Hillsborough, an ESPN 30 for 30 presentation


April 15, 1989. An FA Cup semifinal match between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest at the Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield, England. Over fifty thousand football fans packed into the stadium for what was certain to be a memorable match. Ninety-six people didn't make it home that day, many of them crushed to death when the standing-room-only section became overcrowded with feverish fans. More than 700 people were injured. But who was to blame? That's what this chilling, haunting, fascinating, and informative documentary set out to investigate. It's a must-watch even for non-soccer fans, and it may be the best thing ESPN has ever produced.


FTW:

The Americans digs into some '80s deep cuts with "Nobody Bothers Me"


Any fan of FX's excellent spy series knows it's no stranger to seeding scenes with considered 1980s artifacts, but this week's episode-opening martial arts commercial for a D.C.-area self-defense school was one of the show's best inclusions to date. Jhoon Rhee's ad was locally famous for its catchy jingle, written by E Street and Crazy Horse guitarist Nils Lofgren (who also took lessons at the school), and the "kicker" is that Rhee is recognized in the Taekwondo Hall of Fame as a Pioneer of Taekwondo in both the U.S. and Russia. Was Rhee turned?


FTW:

The Bravermans sweetly say goodbye, possibly forever 


There was a real sum-uppy feeling to Parenthood's "The Pontiac," as many of Season 5's ongoing stories found some semblance of a resolution (Joel and Julia), but not every loose end was tied (Amber bought what at the pharmacy?). And that actually feels just about right for the series, if this is to be the end. We dropped in, we got to snoop on a close-knit family for five seasons, and when we leave them, they'll continue living their lives of crying, hugging, crying, laughing, and crying... without us. While we'll hope for the best (i.e. a Season 6 renewal), if Parenthood has to end here, at least it went out on a feel-good note, and we'll remember it fondly. You know, provided we can eventually forget about Amber and Ryan's cry-sex.


FTW:

Community slams NBC on its way out


In what might be the series finale of Dan Harmon's oddball sitcom, Community made several jokes at its employer's expense. First there was the takedown of Jim and Pam ("what do you think this is, an hour-long Office episode?"), and then there was the brutal end tag, complete with a sizzle reel for horrible-looking shows and the logline, "Depends on what fails!" Let's just hope NBC appreciates the joke when it decides Community's fate. 


FTW:

Oh my seestra! You'll never guess who's alive on Orphan Black!


There was a lot to love about the Season 2 premiere, from Alison's community theater to Felix's reaction to Alison doing community theater to Sarah pistol-whipping Proclone Rachel. The episode had all the makings of what made us love the series in the first place, but the best part wasn't Felix's ass-less chaps or even the fact Alison has a guy who sells her drugs and guns in the parking lot of an Econo-Mart—it was the reveal that Helena is alive! We don't know how long she's going to last, given her injuries, but we hope the writers didn't keep her around only to kill her off for good in Episode 2. 




WTF:

The first trailer for Fox's I Wanna Marry Harry is here


Get ready for summer television, ladies and gentlemen. 


WTF:

Supernatural's messy "Meta Fiction"


Yes, it was great seeing Gabriel again—we just about jumped off the couch when Casa Erotica came on—and we understand what the writers were trying to do, but as a whole, the latest "meta episode" in Supernatural's long history of meta episodes was a brain-melting misfire.  


WTF:

Scandal signs off with a bomb, a public poisoning, and creepy sex


It was quite a messy third season for everybody's favorite political soap (sorry, House of Cards), and this week's finale was absolutely no different. The show decided to sideline the MOST IMPORTANT ELECTION in American history to focus on the silliest stuff, while seemingly trying to break some sort of record for the number of RIDICULOUS TWISTS in one episode. Let's hope that Scandal regroups for Season 4 and relearns how to tell crazy stories that still have (somewhat) believable personal stakes. 


WTF:

Speaking of creepy sex, AMBER AND RYAN WHAT THE HELL?


Parenthood's finale may've been generally strong, but we just couldn't let this go un-called-out. The crying! The (implied) sex in full view of the open door! Possibly the longest, most uncomfortable doin'-it session we've ever seen. 


What's on YOUR list of TV loves and hates this week? Parks and Recreation's triplets news and "tread lightly" threat? Warehouse 13's final season premiere? The Vampire Diaries' Travelers drama? Share your own FTWs and WTFs in the comments!


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:))) the first 5 comments are only spam... tv.com you really must work on this
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Really hoping for another miracle come renewal season and Community gets it's 6 season. Then at least one half of the dream will come true.
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No mention of Dallas' threesome?! WTF!!
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FTW: Community sets up Jeff/Annie for season 6. WHEN we get season six.
#sixseasonsandamovie
#Jeffannieforever
#saynotoasteroids
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Big old WTF--Why is everyone getting the talented Lance Riddick on board for a story arc and then killing him off? First, The Black list and now Intelligence. stop screwing with Broyles. Love that guy.
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FTW: The "Home Front" segment on The Rachel Maddow Show, detailing the connections among domestic terrorists and questioning why the U.S. government and the media treat terrorist acts committed by white supremacists and the like as "lone gunmen," in contrast to how they treat Islamic terrorists as part of an organized terrorist network; the uncharacteristic forcefulness of John Nolan's character in his first meeting with the senator on Person of Interest; Reese not killing the congressman; the book-burning climax of the penultimate episode of The Crazy Ones (maybe "The Monster" should have been the finale).

WTF: CBS burning the final two episodes of the The Crazy Ones among a night of reruns; the finale of The Crazy Ones not being as good as "The Monster."
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WTF: All the talk that Chelsea Handler is going to replace Craig Ferguson. I will never forgive CBS if this happens. I dont care how many Colbert's they bring on to replace Letterman. Dont f*ck with Craig.
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supposedly CBS said that wasn't true.. but I wouldn't know either way because I've only heard the replacing Craig rumor one time, and that CBS said it was false once.
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Jeoffry's death has to be the biggest FTW/WTF moment of the week. The death itself wasn't that dramatic but it makes a big difference in who now has the power. And it was a long time coming for fans who wanted to see him dead.
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To put it in perspective, I don't watch GOT (don't have HBO), but I know (somewhat) who Jeoffry is, and I was all WTH when I heard what happened!
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FTW: OUAT surprising twist that left the Caption Swan shipper's screaming in their seats.
FTW: SHIELD great improvement and WARD becoming a more interesting character.
FTW: POI great surprise twist at the end of a stellar episode.
WTF: We have to wait another week for the newest POI episode. Man that just sucks.
WTF: NO Grimm either. Man this weeks TV scheduling just sucks all around.
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Orphan Black coming back was great but Helena wasn't ! Only weak shows like The Following have to bring people back from the dead. Strong shows just moved on. I really hope Orphan Black do not keep doing this as I rate it one of the top shows on my list !
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This isn't the first time she's been left for dead and come back - possibly something to do with her genetics which would be consistent with the themes of the show. Also, as an original twin to Sarah, she brings in a lot of nature vs. nurture and church vs. state opportunities to explore.
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According to the creators, they'd always planned to bring her back. I have a feeling her survival will be an important storyline.
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I do hope so and not just because most fans loved her.
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I think it is definitely a good thing that she is back. Her character is kind of the cherry on top of one of the best shows at the moment. And I´m really looking forward to see more of her this season. There are so many options with her in the storyline and the writers have already proven that they know what they are doing so far so I have no doubt that it will work out great with her back.
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Community's dig at NBC was brilliant. The whole episode was, really. #SixSeasonsAndAMovie
Oh, and Joffrey's dead. *dances with his dog*
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Scandal's finale hands down WTF!!!!! Jake murdered James, the father of Liv's godchild, and she left with HIM!!!!!!!! No love for Liv right now. Ugh!
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FTW: Joffrey's wedding and Maraery's dress...for completely different reasons

Plus, the SPOILER filled verson of "Let it go"... ...for obvious reasons.
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HOOODDDDOOOORRRRR!!!!! That was awesome
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This is the best!
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That was so funny. :)
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FTW:
GoT, obviously (and probably every week)...
Da Vinci's Demons continues an excellent season. It's a shame this site isn't reviewing it any more.
Person of Interest's ending, but WTF: I don't want to wait another week for the next episode!
Orphan Black's return.
The Crazy Ones had a good couple of episodes to end with. Hopefully it will be back.
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I want to be happy Joffrey is dead, but at the same time I fear it will be much like Ashur dying on Spartacus. Sure, you knew it was coming, and it was amazing to watch it happen, but once he was dead, you just never got a worthy villain to replace him and direct your spite and animosity towards. The show sort of felt hollow without such an amazingly developed villain to rally against.
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Two words - Ramsay Snow. Make him the next king of Westeros and everyone will be asking "Joffrey who?". Joffrey is at least a product of bad parenting, Ramsay is plain out of his mind.
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We just saw a whole bunch of people nastier than Jeoffry. He was starting to become less and less significant. Most of the real power moves were done by those around him.
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I wouldn't say he became less and less significant, more that he just became more distracted with things like marriage, torturing house slaves, trolling Tyrion, parading his wealth around, etc. Others may have made their plays around him, but any move he would have made could have ruined them just as easily. No, he wasn't the most devious character, but I would say he was certainly the most vile and cruel around.
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Damn I'll miss Joffrey being the biggest asshole ever in Game of Thrones. Great actor
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You Sir, were one the most memorable characters of my lifetime!

I'll remember King Joffrey for as long as I live thanks to Jack Gleeson's performance.
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TV.com please stop putting The 100 on the FTW list. I was once again dooped into watching an episode and once again I was horrified by stupidity.
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I've been trying to warn people that you have to watch it like The Following season 1, or Under the dome. It's really, really stupid, but can still be pretty entertaining. The best thing it has going for it is that it's about two groups of people in very interesting situations.
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Are you kidding? Just one episode the The 100 features more scifi than 4 months of programming on the Syfy channel!
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There's nothing wrong with the sci-fi per se.. It's the writing and the acting(mostly on the ground)
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I think it is much stronger than The Following and Under The Dome.
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The fact that it's better doesn't make it good.
Season 3 of Hypno Toad is better than Under the Dome.
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It has 0% partially-clad Britt Robertson, therefore it is inferior to UTD.
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I dont think the writing is too bad, but yeah, the acting tends to be pretty rough down on the ground
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I like THE 100.
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SPOILERS!!!!

It is hard to top the GoT for FTW with THAT wedding. The best about it (ok perhaps second best to the a-hole being dead) is the whole mess & insanity that will result from it at Kings Landing... I hope Arya finds out soon too.

FTW for Fargo's impressive premiere. Hope the continuation is as good (unlike Under the dome that had a great premiere and then became awful super quickly)

FTW Orphan Black season 2 premiere: Helena's survival is pretty amazing esp combined with the crazy ultra-religious sect holding Kira (nice haircuts those guys). Sarah and her crowd are going to be caught between plenty of rocks and hard places this season. I do like Ramon the specialist supplier so hope he sticks around...
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There are a lot of typos in this article... Chocolate buzz?
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FTW: GoT the episode was great but what a bonus to FINALLY see Joffrey getting killed. I really hated that sadistic sick kid. And I'm not worried that I wont find another character to hate - I already hate Ramsey and that red priestess.

FTW: Believe. A really really good episode where Tate finally learned the truth about Bo and his own past.

FTW: S.H.I.E.L.D was awesome. I really hope that it'll come back to bite Garrett in the a.. that he lied to Reina. And also that they can turn Ward again. But great to see Coulson believe in director Fury even if everyone said he was dead. Love S.H.I.E.L.D

WTF: NO GRIMM :-( I hate breaks between episodes especially when the episodes are as good as the ones Grimm gives us right now.
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Yeah on Grimm's scheduling - WTF NBC?
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ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME???? That Spoiler Alert at the beginning was necessary but did anyone really think it was a good idea to slap a picture of Orphan Black's Helena with THAT headline? Some people might wanna skip the bits about other shows unspoiled while still reading the rest of the article, you know, that was LOW.
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I'm usually the first to yell that they are doing non recap stuff on this site and spoil stuff... (Especially since international viewers or internet downloads usually take another day or so)

But they did post SPOILER ALERT up front and it's the cover of stuff that happened this week... They even flat out said Orphan Black would be in there.

And this is the week's recap... How did you not expect to see a spoiler?

Sorry, but there's a limit here, this is your own fault.
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Yeah, that's why I said the Spoiler Alert was necessary, but even with that they could have been more subtle with the spoilers so people could detect it was about that specific show and skip to the next bit unspoiled.
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The article's heading was abundantly clear on including spoilers for shows specifically for Orphan Black's premiere. People wanting to truly avoid spoilers surely understood the message. It could not have been clearer
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Well I've just watched Orphan Black and that's a big FTW. Obviously GoT as well.

What's with all the black jelly bean hate? Did everyone misread the name of the poll. Clearly black jelly beans are the supreme beans!
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Well, some of these I haven't even seen yet, this was a busy week of good television. I cried like a baby with the 100s episode (glad I wasn't the only one pfff), loved The Americans once again, hurray for that death in GOT and I don't know what else!
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Jimmy Kimmel's Parody of Scandal ( escandalo ) was funny and it made me want to watch the it , which i didnt

i got the first season last night and started season one marathon , so screw productivity!
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I had a really good week of television. Fargo, Arrow, Orphan Black, Amy Schumer, The Americans, Continuum, Warehouse 13, Person of Interest, The Americans, Community, Raj on Craig Ferguson, and my fave, The Good Wife. Great stuff, all of you. The networks will be going dark soon and Tatiana Maslany will ease us into summer until Under the Dumb comes back. But there's also some good stuff coming along with it...
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Obviously episodes of GoT and Arrow were FTW this week.

But the biggest FTW has to go to "Let It GoT"; the Game of Thrones mashup to the song "Let It Go" from Disney's Frozen.

http://www.rollingstone.com/movies/videos/let-it-go-t-mashes-up-disneys-frozen-with-game-of-thrones-20140418

(WARNING: has spoilers up to S04 E02)
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HELENA you beautiful psycho! "My seestra shot me". BEST!!!! Well come back Orphan Black.
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Well apart from the obvious choices like Game of Thrones and Arrow I would also like to include Person of Interest and Agent of SHIELD in for FTW.

Agent of SHIELD have improved dramatically in last 2-3 weeks. And this week's episode was its best in my opinion. Never had expected this series will turn itself on its head and become really good.

And coming to Person of Interest - the very last five minutes of this week's episode was enough to blow everyone's mind. The very questions it raised and the moral dilemma it presented was enough to shook the very basic core of everyone - just as it did for our heroes on the show. An amazingly written scene accompanied with even more amazing performances complemented with that mesmerizing yet haunting song - Medicine by Daughter made that moment one of the best I have ever seen.
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WTF: Metal Hurlant Chronicles. I saw it already when it aired a long time ago in Europe, but now that it aired in the US I can comment on it here. The show is absolute shit! Do not even think about watching it. It should be criminal to waste money on these kinds of projects. In fact, they did probably commit crimes against humanity by releasing this crap. Why would writers sit down and put something like this on paper? What drugs must one take to think that this is good material? Whoever approved of the show must be out of his mind! I say it again: MHC is 100 % pure manure. There was nothing good about it. Not even Kelly Brooke in a skintight leather outfit made the show any better.
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THAT rape whistle though...
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FTW arrow this week was very very cool
FTW the 100's surprisingly good and dark episode with resemblance of battlestar galactica
FTW SHEILD this week was very good and I'm loving the new and improved dark agent Ward who is now 10 time hotter than he was before.
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Commnity-- The interrogation scene: out of left field and totally priceless.
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FTW:
Leslie Knope is having triplets!!!
Fargo was amazing, great cast, great acting, just overall very entertaining.
WTF:
I wanna marry Harry, really FOX, that might be the worst tv show ever made.
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FTW-
The WWE giving the Ultimate Warrior a respectful tribute. For a guy that was a thorn in the WWE's side behind the scenes, it was great that they seemed have made up. I disliked the guy personally, but I respect him as the wrestler who took us out of the cartoonish 80s and into the more serious pre-Attitude-Era 90s.

The Crazy Ones season (series?) finale was hilarious, and it had a very touching moment where Robin dropped his crazy antics and just had a heart to heart conversation with Sarah Michelle Gellar about the future. Also I loved the part where Robin's cursing his ex wife while hammering away at a steak so loudly his ex can't hear him.

Game of Thrones- The most hateable character in the entire show finally got killed off at his own wedding. Unfortunately the character was TOO good at being an asshole... no other character is gonna match how intensely we felt despising him. (But at least we know now that ANYONE can die, not just the nice guys.)

Agents of SHIELD- Patton Oswalt as a SHIELD agent. Beautiful. Also, Raina's reaction to learning that Garrett isn't really psychic, which seems to be hinting at a betrayal. And finally, Coulson's speech about how he has to believe that Nick Fury sent him to the arctic base. Phil's become the arguably best non-super hero in the Marvel universe.

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Supernatural- Gabriel comes back (though I really do wish this truly was just a hallucination and he's not really back, given that he had the best sendoff ever) and Metatron pulls a "How I Met Your Mother Finale" on Castiel, ignoring all the character development from the past 4 seasons and forcing him to accept the position of leader to a small army of red shir-- I mean angels. Yeah, this episode was all over the place.
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Agents of Shield- I concur with Raina. She is clearly searching for some sort of information involving her past, what with the use of the memory machine and the question she wanted to ask the Clairvoyant. The Hydra team has fun villains in it all around, btw.
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FTWTF: Revenge's Nolan Ross being tased by a man dressed in drag
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"I Wanna Marry Harry"
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WHAT?!
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FTW: Orphan Black, for having an awesome premiere and keeping the momentum from season 1 going. Oh, and keeping Helena alive too.

FTW: Game of Thrones, for killing Joffrey! What else? Yeah, yeah, the episode was great too.

FTW Hannibal, despite a small step down, it still managed to be a really good episode, and set the show up for greater things to come.
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Who was having the creepy sex in Scandal again?
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Huck and Quinn, after papa Pope got stabbed.
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Oh yeah! Wow, there was only one sex scene this week?
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Somebody should pay dearly for abomination that is I wanna marry Harry payment should involve their testicles and a heavy oak door.
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Where's the FTW for Agents of SHIELD this week? Ward acting all badass was excellent.
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When you start in that deep a hole, even a really, really high jump might still only get you to level with the ground.
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Its at least worthy of a ftw/wtf
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FTW/WTF doesn't mean average.
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I always figured it meant 'mind=blown'
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