FTW vs. WTF: The TV Week in Review (December 15)

If you're reading this, congratulations! You made it through another Friday the 13th without dying! How many black cats did you trip over? How many mirrors that were being carried across sidewalks did you crash through? Did you find a zero-leafed clover? When you stumbled into the indoor umbrella store, did you fall down and accidentally spring them all open like a room full of loaded mousetraps? No matter what terrible fortune befell you on Friday, obviously your luck has turned around like 540 degrees because it's FTW vs. WTF time, a sure sign that things are on the up-and-up. Put some horseshoes on your rabbit's foot while you peruse what we thought was good and bad about television this week. And there's a comments section at the bottom of the page where you get to make your own list! See? Everything is coming up YOU!




Joe Morton, Eater of Worlds on Scandal

Sure, we're still (mostly) intrigued by the mystery of Olivia's mother, and Jake taking on a leadership role at B613 is fascinating in its own right, but Scandal's mid-season finale mostly existed so Joe Morton and his Eli Pope could destroy the universe with an extended diatribe about all the bad things his character's had to do to make it, which contrasts with how Fitz has been handed everything and still whines about it. Morton's been great on Scandal from the beginning but this was his best moment to date, and one of Season 3's best as well. 



Hawaii Five-0 revisits a painful chapter in U.S. history

Bikini babes and shrimp-peddling food trucks took a break this week for an episode that focused on a part of U.S. history that the government would rather have us all forget: the Japanese internment camps that opened following the attack on Pearl Harbor. "Ho'onani Makuakane" benefited from an emotional performance from guest-actor James Saito, who played a man seeking revenge on a decorated Pearl Harbor vet who shot his father in an internment camp. With impressive flashbacks to the devastating attack and a focus on the injustice that was suffered by the innocent Japanese-Americans who were wrongfully rounded up in aftermath, H50 explored a dark time for America from all angles and delivered one of its best episodes yet.



Grimm's "Twelve Days of Krampus" was awesome

The first half of Grimm's two-hour mid-season finale may have been a painfully dull waste of time, but the second half, the demented and delightful "Twelve Days of Krampus," was the sort of twisted take on seasonal tropes that manages to overcome the saccharine nature of holiday TV and bring joy to our eggnog- and whiskey-soaked hearts. Krampus was like the evil Batman of Christmastime, eating the bad kids and leaving coal in his justice-serving wake. Meanwhile, Monroe turned his house into a festive firetrap, Rosalie was sad about it, and in the end, they continued their fine tradition of being perfect in all ways.



Almost Human remembers that it's a show set in a weirdo future

For a couple of weeks, Almost Human seemed to really, really want to convince viewers that it's was just like any other cop show, one that just happens to include a robot. Thankfully, this past Monday's episode threw a whole bunch of random sci-fi-y stuff into the pot: Clones! Surgically-enabled psychics! Robot truck destruction! And wouldn't you know it, it was really entertaining. Funny how that works.



Trophy Wife celebrates the holidays with the Green Fairy

It's no coincidence that the best episodes of ABC's new comedy involve its characters getting absolutely hammered. "Twas the Night Before Christmas... Or Twas It?" lacked a visit from Santa, but it compensated with a stop-over from a bottle of absinthe (courtesy of a surprise culprit). Flaming Christmas trees, wild animals, and a bathtub full of Warren's teacher came together in an episode that focused on this show's greatest strength: bringing this oddball family together without the bitterness of typical in-law squabbles. Oh, and a perfect Ace of Base dance routine!



Bob Barker returned to The Price is Right

Ninety years young, one of the medium's greatest returned to the post he was born for this week as part of his big birthday celebration. And Barker got to do the barking: Instead of a disembodied voice choosing contestants, it was Barker himself who told them to "Come on down!" Happy Birthday, Bob! Keep neutering those pets!



The damn bird that keeps messing with Harlan County in Justified's Season 5 promos

First this crow went and left some bloody footprints on Raylan's hat. Then he gathered up the rest of his gang and they all pecked holes in his trademark cap. Now he's messin' with Boyd Crowder! Dang, bird! You got some stones on you! Is this a way of telling us that Boyd and Raylan are going to face a serious murder (as in crows)? Is this the Night's Watch's way of saying that Boyd and Raylan have to protect the Wall from White Walkers and other threats to Westeros? Or are these crows merely symbols of this season's bad guys, the Crowe clan? Okay, obviously it's the latter but we'd be willing to bet that Raylan would seriously kick some Lannister behind.



Reign left no story neglected in its mid-season finale

Reign used its final episode of 2013 not to set the stage for the second half of the season, but to put giant Olde English exclamation marks on what it'd already established. "Fated" sent a major character to her death in a halo of blood, kicked off a dazzling chain of dramatic events like a world-class pyrotechnics display, and burned down its fairy-tale love story before sending its lead character running off into the unknown with her heart broken and a hot new guy by her side. Not bad for a show that was laughed at by most critics.



Arya, the Hound, and Hodor tell us what they think of Joffrey

As part of Game of Thrones' #RoastJoffrey social media campaign, three characters from the show offered their thoughts and impressions on the boy king everyone loves to hate. Arya made fun of the way he sits, and the Hound called him "a prick." But it's Hodor's thoughts on Joff (embedded above) that sum up the realm's worst person best.



Community looks like it's BACK!!!

We don't just mean on-the-schedule back, we mean Dan Harmon-era-brilliant back. The NBC comedy released two trailers for Season 5 this week, and both of them were funnier than most of Season 4. Ass Crack Bandit!!!



This "mind-blowing" poster for Syfy's upcoming series Helix

Yeah, it's safe to say this one will be making it onto our list of most anticipated new midseason shows.



Arrow turned in a great, jam-packed mid-season finale

"Three Ghosts" gave Oliver a mask (finally), it gave Roy superpowers (eh), it gave Barry superpowers for his own show (neat), it killed Shado (whoa), and then it revealed that Slade Wilson is alive and in Starling City working as Sebastian Blood's benefactor... oh, and that he has nasty, long-term plans in store for Oliver (hells yeah). Is it January 15 yet?



Captain Holt's pop and lock on Brooklyn Nine-Nine

There was no new Brooklyn Nine-Nine this week, but we like to imagine that Andre Braugher is still gettin' his flow on from last week's Christmas episode in this never-ending loop.





Saturday Night Live holds a 'secret' audition to find a black female cast member

Hey, good on SNL for responding to all the controversy and starting to search for black female comics. But it shouldn't have come to this, and one comedian who attended the tryout said it was all a stunt to hush critics and that Lorne Michaels wasn't even there.



The Americans' promos give us barely "nichego"! (That's Russian for "nothing")

Yes, we are happy and thankful that America's favorite spy family is coming back soon, but these secretive promos basically just remind us of what we already know: The kids are still in the dark about their parents' espionage, and one Jennings might have to go down in order to protect the childrens. As always, it's Phil who reaches out to save Elizabeth. In once clip, it sounds like Phil is saying "Yeah?" while a quivering voice claims he "didn't tell them anything," probably referring to the Rezidentura" or even "Moscow." These are the themes we were left with when Season 1 came to an excellent close, so come on, let's get to the nitty-gritty. Like what's up with Beeman and Nina??? Will there be more Fleetwood Mac, or will we venture into the territory of D.C.'s own Fugazi??? And when the hell is the exact premiere date?



Is TVD (maybe) about to kill off its best character?

[Potential spoilers, you have been warned!] Can't decide if this is a good thing or a bad thing, but as of the conclusion of this year's mid-season finale, it appears that Katherine Pierce is going the way of the buffalo. Specifically if the buffalo had died of heart attacks because they were 500-year-old vampires who had suddenly turned human again and began rapidly aging. Because yeah, Katherine had a heart attack. Will this show actually kill off its best character? That would for sure earn it a WTF. But as long as Katherine is front-and-center and we're emotionally invested? That's a FTW. (Also Damon and Elena broke up but whatever.)





Tosh.0 will outlast us all

Comedy Central renewed web comedy for bros Tosh.0 for not one, not two, but THREE more seasons. Why? Because there is a never-ending stream of people getting hit in the balls on YouTube. 



Khloe and Khlamar are khletting a Khlivorce

Is there nothing left to believe in in this crazy world of ours?



Sean Saves the World is hoodwinking guest stars

NBC has mastered the art of hypnosis and mind-tricked Guy Pearce (the guy from Memento and LA Confidential) and Portia de Rossi (Arrested Development, Better Off Ted) into appearing on its worst new show of the season. It was announced this week that de Rossi will play Sean's ex-wife and Pearce will play his love interest, neither of which makes a lick of sense.



Once Upon a Time, you'd best have a better world ready for us when that purple cloud clears out!!

The promos for the mid-season finale show that troublesome cloud of purple smoke sweeping through town again—when it clears it will either leave behind a fantastically appealing series reset or a lot less viewers. Don't disappoint us, show!



The Golden Globes blew it

Awards shows don't really mean anything, and out of all the awards shows, the Golden Globes mean the least. So is it any wonder that their just-announced nominations are awful? Among the snubs: Game of Thrones, Mad Men, and The Americans, who all earned a big fat zero nods. And no offense, but Liev Schrieber, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Downton Abbey? The only thing the Hollywood Foreign Press is foreign to is good taste. "Dracarys" on the the Hollywood Foreign Press!!!  (Thumbs up for Tatiana Maslany, though.)



Sons of Anarchy's Season 6 finale

Not only was it way too long, but the death of a major character carried way less weight than it should have. Not only was it the result of a misunderstanding, it really only happened in this episode because the writers needed a tragic event. Tragic, indeed. 


What's on YOUR list of TV loves and hates this week?


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I thought jackson did a great wtf at april's wedding in grey's anatomy.
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santa kicked in the nuts on Brooklyn nine nine in front of the kids
Santa beaten up by Nick and Hank in Grimm in front of the kids and cell phone video shown on the news
Oh how i love xmas more of this please
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FTW!!!! Haven's season finale was the end of the actual "full" season. There should be much more episodes. An entire storyline started 2 seconds before the end... not an epic awesome cliffhanger, but a whole storyline with a new character. It feels like Syfy canceled the second half of the season. The last finale was superb so I know they're capable of better.
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Hate to say it, but golden globes ignoring got isn't that strange. It's not viewable in a lot of countries. So that may be why the foreign press doesn't include it in its award show.
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Love Almost human and Sean saves the world really gets going, both make me very happy.
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Bless you, you must be drunk! lol
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No, very sober and still standing behind my remark.

With so many shows these are actually new ones I do enjoy, while the whole vampire/fairytale stuff really does not do it for me.
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That´s not poppin and locking.
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HOLY SHIT did that Community trailer make me happy!!!!!!
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I do agree it might be too early for Brooklyn Nine-Nine to be nominated, but I'm ok with it. They've been dishing some quality episodes.

But GoT failing to be nominated is absolute crap. It deserves the most nominations, which is why I fail to see what the Hollywood Foreign Press was smoking, when they released this list.

I thought both Grimm episodes were solid and weirdly awesome, just the way I like it! Next to Supernatural, it has become my favorite monster series I never miss!

Glad to see Almost Human getting some recognition. I think it's the best new series of 2013. And Karl Urban's grumpy face is the best!
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Hate the snubs on Golden Globes. But lashing out on Brooklyn Nine-Nine? You yourself put Braugher on the FTW section for heaven's sake!
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I think the Globe Nominations were this year much better than they were the last years.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine has nothing to do with the GoT snub or are they both Comedy? And the Nomi for Tatiana Maslany is pretty amazing and unexpected.
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WTF: South Park ended a surprisingly good season with a terrible, awful episode.
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The Golden Globes getting much RIGHT!

The Good Wife! Josh Charles! Monica Potter! Tatiana Maslany! Corey Stoll! Taylor Schilling! Parks and Recreation!
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Ftw, Haven's season finale was pretty good and capped off a great season.
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LOL, The Crowe Clan on Justified? If Dewey Crowe is anything to base our assumptions on the entire family on, I think it's fair to say that everyone should be pretty safe and sound from that brood.
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FTW

Grumpy's work on The Vicky Award.





Arrow

Well, that's it for me.
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Yes. The Blowies deserve a huge FTW -- Commensurate with the clearly huge amount of work that went into them.
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FTW: Joel McHale's put-down of an Entertainment Tonight\ "reporter's" catty comments on Mila Kunis at a wedding.

WTF: Chris Hayes' not letting Sam Seider make his points during a panel discussion on the relationship between the Tea Party and the Republican Party. When Karen Finney spoke, the other participants let her make her point, but when Seider, would try to make a point, all of a sudden everyone needed to speak at once.
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FTW - Arrow. Excellent mid-season finale, and the show in general has been fantastic this season.

FTW - All the Joffrey hate is beautiful. The Hound was my personal favorite.

FTW - Justified's new teasers are much better than past seasons. Based on the actual previews it looks like another excellent season.

WTF - If that SNL story is true that's terrible. Wasting all of those comedians time to silence some critics is pathetic. And them being so hesitant about hiring a black female comedian is even worse.

WTF - TV.com putting Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Golden Globe nomination in the WTF section. The Nine-Nine is the best new comedy of the year, and has been terrific all season.
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WTF SPOILERS ahead!

Tragic indeed is the loss of this major character for Sons. Dexter also ended up having to look after his own children, and look what a disaster that turned out to be?
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FTW - Golden Globes nominating Tatiana Maslany. The Globes can suck it, but it's still nice seeing Maslany getting recognition from one of the bigger awards shows.

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The opening scene of Scandal should have been one of this week's FTW. Kate Burton and Jack Coleman rocked that scene.
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My classmate's brother's ex-wife's 2nd cousin on his step-father's side of the family makes $84/hr by being a leach on society who posts bulls**t comments on websites. If your "family" member makes that kind of money, you must have an even better job or else you would be bragging about yourself. Tell us what you do for a living that is so much better. Of course you are probably just a stupid computer program that targets websites that don't use security features but I feel better now that I have vented. By the way, is that monthly paycheck before or after taxes?
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Dude, I almost automatically flagged your comment just cause I saw the $/hr part right away.
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Me too. By this point, it's pretty much a pavlovian response.
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I am in agreement with both of you. I always flag these comments because they irritate me but yesterday called for something extra when I saw two back to back.
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Someone should create a forum where all spambots can gather and spam a million threads together in all eternity. Wouldn't that be nice? A place for them to call home.
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FTW: The Teen Wolf trailer. I am very excited and terrified for January 6th.
Tatiana Maslany getting nominated! Finally getting some respect.
Arrow was awesome.
Roast Joffrey was awesome. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau wrote some poems that were hilarious.
Amy coming back on Parenthood. Not really sure if I am glad to see her, but very few shows are able to catch me off guard and I totally wasn't expecting that development.

WTF: FX won't say when The Americans comes back or give us some real promos.
Survivor not doing Redemption Island return this week. I know that you guys have to fill up two hours, but game wise, it would have been way more interesting to try and draw rocks again.

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FTW: Conan, Ice Cube, and Kevin Hart using Lyft.
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Gold.
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FTW: Golden Globe nominating Aaron Paul, Bryan Cranston and Breaking Bad
FTW: Arrow, Grimm, Trophy Wife and Almost Human. I loved the episodes and also two episodes of Grimm.
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FTW: Sleepy Hollow great episode that has us all sitting on the edge of our seats.
FTW: TBBT "Wonderful Life," was awesome
FTW: Arrow's Great launch of Berry Allen/Flash plus the writers take on the Christmas Carol both done really well.
FTW: Grimm's awesome and fantastic Christmas episode.
FTW/WTF: the writers on Elementary can't make up their mind on which way they want to go the boring route or criminal masterminds/psychopaths route.
FTW/WTF: Marvel Agents: The writers must have left early for the holidays because that is the only reason I can think for turning in that episode. The only redeeming item about it was the cliffhanger.
WTF: OUAT possibility of Series Reset has us already questioning the writers and their lack of brains.
WTF: The writers on the Mentalist must have left early for the holidays also because that was one hour that I am not getting back.
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Grey's Anatomy. Maybe I'm just biased, but this season has been really good. Especially that mid-season finale
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maybe I'm biased, but the last 3 seasons have been crap.
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Pretty good mid-season finale in my opinion too.
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That Trophy Wife episodes was one of the best things I've seen it a while. So good!
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FTW: TBBT's "Wonderful Life" episode and NCIS with Gibbs' & Fornell's ex making another appearance. BTW, Helix was the name of the movie-within-a-movie Julie Robert's Anna Scott was promoting in Notting Hill.
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FTW: Finale of third and final season of Danish show Borgen. Not quite as good as the first two seasons, but still excellent.
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FTW: for the first time in a long time, Modern Family actually made me LOL instead of just smile. Jay: "It took my dad and I all day to get a tree, and when he finally brought her down, he used to celebrate with a cigar. I was just a kid so I'd have a cigarette." HA!

WTF: just occurred to me that New Girl quietly slipped into their winter break after the Thanksgiving episode. No Xmas New Girl = sucks. Also no Xmas theme/mention in American Horror Story. They had such a great Xmas episode last year in Asylum. Even Sleepy Hollow managed to work in Xmas - which is kind of ironic since they were somehow unable to pull out a Halloween episode, despite being the one show on the air right now that really should have.
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YES on ModFam. We almost included it, even! Also liked Phil's dept. store march once he got off the elliptical.
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FTW: BBC's Question Time special from Johannesburg. Out of the countless hours dedicated to Nelson Mandela, this was by far the most informative and eye-opening.
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That Community trailer has so many really good jokes...

"'Repiloting can be intense. In Season 9 of Scrubs Zach Braff was only in the first six episodes.'
'Son of a b*tch. After everything Scrubs did for him!'"

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"From the producers of Community Seasons 1-3... comes Community Season 5."
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Yes! My favorite two jokes from that trailer too!
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I want to highlight the shows that just keep getting better and better
FTW: The Neighbors
FTW: The Tomorrow People
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FTW: Very little has been said on this site about The Returned. It is nearing its initial run on Sundance. This show is the best thing on television, period. It is a visual work of art, beautifully shot, the actors are all superb, and it has been a slow burn of suspense. It is just wonderful.
FTW: This week's episode of TBBT with the case speculating about their lives if they had never met Sheldon, while he was in Texas trying not to witness the birth of his nephew, was just hilarious. I literally lol several times. Another twisted take on a classic Christmas story. Just perfect.
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I strongly disagree about The returned. I think it's the second worst thing on TV after Hemlock Grove, and technically Hemlock Grove isn't even "on TV", so...
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ugh... There he goes again...
Yes we know you hate Hemlock Grove. It's time to move on. You're like this for months and I hate to be the one to bring it to you BUT HEMLOCK GROVE WASN'T THE WORST OF LAST YEAR. Not even close. You're disappointed, I get it - it wasn't anything near the horror show we all expected but some people liked it for good reason. I'm one of those guys because in its intentional, coherent weirdness it came pretty close to Twin Peaks and that I missed for 20 years.
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It wasn't just the worst of the year. It was the worst ever, or at least the worst since TV was so different from now that it's hard to compare. I think the only thing we'll agree about is that it's not close to the quality of the second worst show of the year.

Anyway, the post you responded to was about The returned. I wasn't looking for an opportunity to slam Hemlock Grove, but when I realized that I wanted to say that The returned was the second worst show of the year, it made sense to mention which one I think is the worst. I'm not going to turn into wudntulik2know and watch every episode of the next season just to have a reason to make ten hateful comments after each one.
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Wow, really? I'm so surprised. I think it's just wonderful.
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I actually liked the first few episodes where they were building up the mystery, but the story just kept making less sense, and the decisions the characters made did too. I started getting really irritated by it around episode 5 and when I got to episode 7 I just couldn't take it anymore. I still haven't seen the final episode.

I would agree that some of the actors are good, especially the women. I liked Lena, Adèle, Julie, Lucy,...but not Camille. She's a strong candidate for a worst kid award.
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I didn't know about the US schedule. I saw the first seven episodes about six weeks ago. The finale has been on the Internet since the end of July.
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You haven't missed the finale. It's this week.
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- That Helix poster is actually pretty awesome! Props to its designer.
- How is the divorce of Khloe and Lamar a WTF?

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- Mob City. I know people are divided over this show, some saying it's almost like a parody of noir and has no heart. That might be the case, but I'm still enjoying it.

WTF:
- Elementary. For the last few weeks the show has been dragging on. The cases are not exciting enough. Are we supposed to watch 24 episodes in a season (that's a full day in a year spent watching a single show) with only a few of them dealing with criminal masterminds or psychopaths?
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Helix poster is mind-blowingly awesome! ~~FTW!!

Khlivorce---not surprised, isn't that fairly common; it goes into the "I don't care" list

Mob City--FTW!
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Dude, I'm upset that GoT and The Americans got snubbed, too, but don't take it out on the staff at Downton. They're awesome and didn't ask GoT to be snubbed. Carson and Mrs. Hughes throw GoT viewing parties every Sunday. (Thomas loves Littlefinger, naturally, and O'Brien wouldn't mind laying waste to a few certain people with a trio of dragons.)
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i can not wait for Community!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Why do I have the feeling that every new episode of Community is going to be mindlessly praised even if they happen to suck? Not that I think they will and I hope they don't, I love the show as well, but this Harmon ass-kissing/season 4 bashing is getting old...
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Ooooh snap the Community tailer is the dude from Screen Junkies that does all the Honest Trailer bits! That was awesome to hear him in a national commercial.
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FTW: Raising Hope's take of The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. Especially when Burt and Barney are talking about giving batteries for Christmas.
Barney: Well, everybody needs batteries. (Confused look) My two moms go through them like crazy...

WTF: I know it's Fox News and I really shouldn't waste time caring about this, but Megyn Kelly saying that Jesus Christ and Santa Claus are both white...

I'd also like to mention that my favorite take of Krampus (sorry Grimm) was on The League.
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If we focused on things said on Fox News, the WTF list would just be never-ending, but I agree. That was especially disgusting of her. Also, what an idiot. She knows that Santa isn't real, right? And that Jesus was born in the middle east over 2,000 years ago? What, does she think he was blue-eyed and blonde?
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Good call, "The Chance Who Stole Christmas" was cute. Also, in "Bee Story," even though the timing was a bit weird, the Breaking Bad watercooler stuff was great!
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FTW: Arrow going mostly classic with the origin of Barry Allen's powers, Tommy's memory bringing Oliver back to the fight, and Slade returning in nearly full Deathstroke mode.

FTW: The Big Bang Theory's look at what everyone think the world would be like without Sheldon.

WTF: CBS is thinking of rebooting The Odd Couple.

WTF: The Blacklist did not get nominated for a Golden Globe for best dramatic series.
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FTW: Arrow connecting the on- and off-island stories in a great way, so the off-island story no longer feels irreverent (as awesome as it still was). The episode as a whole was a great mid-season finale.

Community is back!!!!!! After a whole season of a cheap imitation, the newest trailer destroyed any doubts that I might have had about this season.

Rick and Morty's second episode was a big improvement over the pilot episode. I did like the pilot episode, but I was worried that it might become a bit stale after a while, which I'm no longer worried about after the second episode.
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Also FTW: Netflix's announcement of BoJack Horseman. While I need to see it before becoming too excited, I love that Netflix is getting into adult cartoons. The idea is a crazy one, but the more I think about it, the more I love it, and at least they have great actors involved (Will Arnett and Aaron Paul).
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FTW: Sheldon Solo'd Amy on The Big Bang Theory!

He's so into her!
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Fire in the hole!

I can't wait for the new season of Justified!
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FTW/WTF: Jackson stoping April's wedding on Grey's Anatomy. I know that only me and Shonda watch this show now, but it was a BIG thing.
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But they'd been foreshadowing that for weeks. It would have been disappointing if he hadn't done that. It was perfect how he did it though.
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I am so totally with you on that one!
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FTW: Slade on Arrow and Krampus on Grimm
WTF: The whole episode of Marvel's Agents
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Is Community season 4 worth seeing or should I just wait until season 5? I saw the first 3 seasons but quitted afterwards because of the not so good reviews.
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From this one gigantic fan of Community seasons 1-3... I absolutely hated season 4. None of the episodes from that season were good to me. Some may have been on par with the worst couple episodes from seasons 1-3, but that's not exactly a compliment.

If you really want a recommendation, I say skip it. But some people managed to like the season, so... *shrugs*
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I think I'm going to skip it and wait for season 5 (and hope it's great)
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There were a few good episodes, and it was better than a lot of other shows I have watched voluntarily, just not as good as the rest of Community.
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You wouldn't be missing anything important.
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Yeah that episode of Hawaii 5.0. was really good! Had me tearing up for several moments...
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Here's hoping Community returns to its glory days of Seasons 1 - 3
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Yep that Scandal monologue was pure awesomeness and I really hope Katherine isn't really dying. After all, everyone came back from the dead in this show, let's do it for the best character!!
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