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FTW vs. WTF: The TV Week in Review (December 22)

Ho ho ha! Good tidings to all and to all a great evening! Not a creature was stirring, not even a goose! If these empty bottles of brandy are any indication, the holidays are officially upon us, and from here on out it's yuletide cheer for all and hanging out beneath the mistletoe with our pants around our ankles! If you didn't get us a present, don't worry. Your presence is enough. As for you, well you've been a good little boy/girl/confused person, so we've put together one last edition of FTW vs. WTF before we embark on a little holiday hiatus of our own. The stockings are hung by the chimney with care, and this year, they're all labeled FTW—maybe we're just full of comfort and joy, or maybe we were visited by the ghost of FTW vs. WTF Yet to Come and we know better than to be too Scrooge-y, but you won't find any WTFs in this week's round-up. So God bless the final FTWs of 2013, every one. We'll see you in January!




Person of Interest keeps moving

After finishing a momentous three-episode arc, taking a three-week break, and then returning for one more random episode before hiatus-ing for the holidays, we expected that Person of Interest would take it easy with some holiday filler. Instead, the show moved onto the next compelling chapter of its story, identifying the mysterious new villain Control and raising the possibility that there's a second supercomputer out there somewhere.



Once Upon a Time's mid-season finale was Nucking Futs

When the purple cloud dissipated from Storybrooke, it left fans with a series reboot and almost three months to meditate on the possible fate of Rumplestiltskin and the return of 99 percent of the cast to the Enchanted Forest. Will this mean another season convincing Emma that fairy-tales are real? How many curses can be cast, how many fake memories can be installed in a person before their brain turns into a Frito pie? Is it more or less appropriate to suck your dad's neck if he abandoned you as a child? Such are the questions we have three months to consider.



Nikita says goodbye to an important character in surprisingly brutal fashion

It was very unlikely that everyone important would make it out of Nikita's final season alive and unfortunately, Ryan drew the short straw. Thankfully, though, the analytical conspiracy nut went out like a true champion, discovering Amanda's survival, breaking free of her shackles, taking out a bunch of henchmen, and then jumping out a window to avoid succumbing to her nefarious plans. That's really the best way for any supporting character to go, don't you think?



Masters of Sex puts a button on one of the year's best seasons of TV


With Dexter gone, Homeland floundering, and Ray Donovan making us shake our heads in embarrassment, Showtime should probably thank all of existence's deities for Masters of Sex. The freshman period drama turned in a damn fine first season, and the finale was no different. Masters and Johnson's research findings hit the hospital public—to typically OH MY GOD LADY PARTS EWWW reactions—and the poor response pushed Masters to admit his feelings for Johnson, resulting in quite the cliffhanger. Who would've thought that the series about a grumpy sex researcher would finish its first run of episodes with the guy standing in the rain professing his love to a younger woman? Bill Masters is just a boy, standing in front of a girl, and all that.



The Anchorman 2 cast visits The Daily Show

Did you know that there's a movie out there called Anchorman 2? You'd think there would've been some sort of promotional campaign. Well,  four of the show's cast members—Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, David Koechner, and Steve Carell—stopped by Comedy Central to shill for their new flick, but all they did was cause chaos in one of the most entertaining pointless "interviews" ever.



John Oliver departs The Daily Show in tears

It's a Daily Show double! Before starting preparations for his new series on HBO, John Oliver was all ready to file one last report as a Daily Show correspondent—but Jon Stewart had other ideas. Stewart scuttled a rehearsed bit in favor of playing a tribute reel of Oliver's finer moments from his seven-year run, and the sequence culminated in John and Jon dancing to Mystika's "Danger"—a sample of which came to define Oliver's coverage of Anthony Weiner's online sex scandal this past summer. Cheers to you, John Oliver!



Holy crap, Revenge is attempting a comeback

Even though the "Who shot Emily Thorne?" mystery wasn't overly exciting, we applaud the show's writers for having Daniel be the one to the pull the trigger. Oh sure, his reasoning was beyond ridiculous and the setup was a rushed, sloppy mess, but this new development in Emily and Daniel's relationship will hopefully shake things up and put the series on a new path. It was also nice to see Victoria get some of her biting groove back after having discovering proof that Emily isn't all that she appears to be. We hope this means the Hamptons' evil queen will be back on top when the show returns in the spring.



How I Met Your Mother ends 2013 on a happy note

By now, it should go without saying that any episode featuring the Mother is bound to be a good one, but that's not the only reason this week's episode stood out. Marshall finally arrived at the wedding after the world's longest road trip from Minnesota to New York, Andrew Rannells was a great guest-star, AND the episode ended with Marshall winding up to slap Barney! The Slap Bet Countdown Clock is back up and running, and its readout indicates that the next slap will occur on Monday, January 13. We can't wait.



Tessanne Chin wins Season 5 of The Voice

It was a long, hard road to victory, but Tessanne Chin made it and brought Team Adam out of its recent dry spell. So fierce. So awesome. So jealous of that awesome hair.



The Sing-Off has crooned its way into our hearts

Even though we're generally pretty harsh on singing shows, we have to admit that NBC's The Sing-Off is pretty fun. Good judges, entertaining performers, and perhaps most importantly, a nice, short seven-episode run (Season 4 premiered on December 9, and the finale will air Monday, December 23). As far as musical, family-friendly holiday fare is concerned, this is the way to do it. #TeamHomeFree



Zach Galifianakis is Santa Claus

This Comedy Bang! Bang! bit explains why Santa not only ate all the milk and cookies, but raided our stash of pot, drank our scotch, and polished off a whole Costco-sized tub of Goldfish crackers.



Homeland closed out its rocky season with a moving, table-clearing finale

Okay technically this one's not a full-on FTW, as there's a lot to complain about with regard to Homeland's third season, and even the season finale itself. But "The Star" was a nice way to clean up the mess and move forward into the unknown future. It was time for Brody to go, and the "four months later" coda seemed to bring Carrie back to some semblance of normalcy (the return of writer Meredith Stiehm certainly didn't hurt). We can't deny that we're interested to see where the show goes next. 



SNL with Fallon and Timberlake


We've come to expect the sketch show's annual Christmas episode to have a little extra oomph, and thankfully—or maybe we should say "predictably"?—the Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake pairing delivered. There were plenty of highlights, from the "Wrappinville" opening and Timberlake doing his best Fallon impression in "Family Feud: Celebrity Edition" to the "Let's Do It in My Twin Bed" music video and the excellent take on "Baby It's Cold Outside." All in all, a good way to end the year.


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


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wudntulik2know: I DID watch Dexter, I WAS a huge fan, and yes, I WAS highly disappointed by the final season. However, there is a distinction to be made. It is over, and thus easy to forget about. At least they didn't KILL DEXTER AND THINK THEY COULD CONTINUE THE SERIES! Lol. I really believe Homeland could have had many more great seasons to come, COULD HAVE...Note to showtime, don't cancel Ray Donovan or you are done for sure....and certainly DO NOT KILL OFF RAY DONOVAN!
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2013 was the year of the feminist roles. We saw some of the best feminist moment on screen this year. Here it is

http://bit.ly/MomentsOfTheYear
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FTW: Ryan Fletcher (Noah Bean) going out in a blaze of glory on 'Nikita'. Much better exit than the one Bean took in 'Damages' first season.

FTW: The two shows going off into their respective sunsets during the season of holidays and both doing it excellently - these final few weeks of 'Nikita' and 'Treme' have been excellent. 'Nikita' seems to be working an about 10k per episode but they are making the most out of the sitution the company put them in. Its going to be sad to see both gone.

WTF: People still trying to convince themselves that 'Homeland' isn't just silly garbage. It takes a twelve episode season and gives maybe 2 decent episodes that you can make it start to finish without just deleting from your DVR. That isn't great- that's 'Dexter' (a show that got merilessly pummeled for doing just that around these parts). That final episode was one of the most boring in the entire run- slow parts just dragging on and on and it makes the list here a FTW? That makes me laugh. Just go away 'Homeland'. 'Shameless' has one year on 'Homeland' and is as superior a drama to 'Homeland' as you can imagine yet it never gets any awards love or recognition. Time to drop Damian Lewis and overrated Danes from your ballots and replace them with William H. Macy and Emmy Rossum. The difference between the shows is staggering - one is top 10 the other barely the hint of an echo of its great first season.

WTF: Someone here trying to convince themselves that 'Revenge' is getting better when it so clearly isn't. Big events when not well planned out or executed in a drama just bring more attention to crap. Eagerly anticipating the return of the best prime to soap on tv. -> 'Dallas' is returning in February sans J.R.

FTW: Joe Esteves impersonating his brother Martin Sheen on 'Eagleheart'. 'Eagleheart' has continued being one of the most odd ball hilarious comedies on television as it continues to win its time slot (Midnight EST) in the coveted demos.
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WTF?? Revenge comes back in may???! You're right, they sure did a hell of a comeback this season and i can't wait to see the rest!
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FTW- Holiday specials that make us warm inside and laugh when we need to
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what the hell... i only see a FTW category, is something messed up on this page?
POI - FTW though, for sure, cannot wait to see what happens next.
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yes, i went back up and saw the first oparagraph, my bad, i usually skip that. Still, this is not a FTW vs WTF if there is no WTF
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WTF: Nothing on Tv this week
FTW: More time for books! Reading is fuuunnn!!!!

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i heart this. books FTW!!!
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I watch Duck Dynasty, can someone tell me what that banner says?
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Can't beat the Reading Rainbow! :)
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I love you TV.com, but you need to start catering to us Canadians. We can't see video content from Comedy Central and NBC.
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Neither can we anymore. It's been deleted.
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FTW: Where we learned that POI loves to keep their fans sitting on the edge of their seats by introducing their next story line.
FTW: Goes to Psych the Musical where we all are still singing the song Santa Barbara Sky.
FTW: Neil comes clean on White Collar but is it enough to keep him out of Jail?
FTW/WTF: Goes to OUAT where the purple cloud sent everyone but Henry and Emma back to Fairytale Land. However, they killed off Rumple causing the Rumbelle Fan Base to go into mourning.
WTF: Goes to my poor lonely DVR that only has two shows listed in next weeks recordings. What are we going to do during the next two weeks?
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It's called Doctor Who & Big Bang Marathons.
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The Anchorman 2 bit was pretty funny (although, yes, ultimately pointless save to entertain). I think Homeland should cease to exist as a series. They wrapped it up quite nicely after a dismal season, so I say let it go.
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#TeamHomeFree? I'm sure you meant to type #TeamVocalRush.

But it's good to see Sing-Off mentioned regardless. Y'know, people, a little band called Pentatonix, which is selling one of the top songs on Amazon, was on the show before...
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How is this called FTW vs WTF when there is only FTW?
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HIMYM is still the crappiest show on tv, POI is still one of the best!! And, who gives a shit about Duck Dynasty?!?!?!?!?!?
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And, who gives a shit about Duck Dynasty?!?!?!?!?!?

Morons.
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FTW and WTF was Brody's dead. I didn't expect that and is sad, but it was the right move. (Homeland).

WTF: - Daniel going crazy was stupid (Revenge).

FTW: Witches of East End season finale was amazing ! I can't wait for the second season !
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I would like to give a hearty WTF to The Returned. I can hang in there waiting for answers with the best of them but the season finale offered no explanations, none.
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"We can't deny that we're interested to see where the show goes next."

lol ...

what ???

Brody's gone ...

the show is OVER !!!

no more 2.5 ...


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I just wanted to say thanks for the shout-out to The Sing-Off. More than anything else, I'm enjoying that show. And by "more than anything else," I mean, "more than Grimm. More than OUAT. More than GoT!" That's a lot.

The music is fantastic, especially this season... wonderful harmonies, accomplished and talented singers of varying styles. I've bought the entire albums for all of the episodes. Even with previous seasons of The Sing-Off, that never happened before - I always picked and chose which songs I wanted to buy, because it was cheaper that way. But this year, I at least like every single song that was performed on this show. Every. Single. Song. That never happens!

(speaking of the episode albums: why don't they include the Ultimate Sing-Off numbers?! I want Fame! And the Caddyshack theme! And I don't even like the Caddyshack theme! But it was so... much... FUN when Home Free and the Filharmonic did it!)

And yes, it's so great to see good judges. Yay especially for Jewel this year, quite possibly the first female judge I've ever seen that's allowed to sound like Ben. You know... really, really knowledgeable about music?

Regarding favorite groups: I was also on #TeamHomeFree, right up until last night. :) Last night, I discovered two things (neither of them bad, but they did make me rethink my team slightly):
- Last night was when I downloaded all of the episode albums. And rated them all in iTunes. I found that, while I consistently rated Home Free's songs 4 or 5 stars, I did the same with Vocal Rush's songs... and actually, Vocal Rush beat out Home Free by one 5-star vs. 4-star rating. :)

- I also discovered that Home Free already has, like, 6 CDs out. They don't need the recording contract! What they probably needed, was publicity. And they've gotten that already. :)

Anyway, I just wanted to say thanks for mentioning the show this week. :) I was beginning to worry that I was the only person in the world that watches this show.
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How DARE you not put Psych's musical on this list. Shame on all of you.
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Have to agree about Masters of Sex. It is showtime best show now ! A good finale !
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I liked SNL but it wasn't really funny to me. The appeal was the greatest hits feel it had which hit all the long time fan buttons available.
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There's no 'WTF'. Why?
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Oh, honey, bless your heart. Go to the top of the page and read the opening paragraph. :)
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I feel silly, now. XD
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people actually read that? i usually skip it, it just has bad puns in it lol
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"So jealous of that awesome hair."

I guess that makes one of us. Seriously, if singing competition contestants are chosen from a wide field of country-wide auditions, why do they ALWAYS pick the ones who dress like space aliens?
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FTW: The week before xmas' TV offerings didn't totally suck! Neal Caffery came clean, NTSF:SD:SUV:: wrecked the malls, NCIS saved children, action figures did naughty things on Robot Chicken, The Mother brought it all together on HIMYM, Major Crimes had another holiday murder to solve, and Craig Ferguson decked the halls every night.

WTF: My DVR says the next 7 days have just 2 recordings scheduled. Eek!
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You lucky devil... I have 0!
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WTF: Homeland, this show has fallen so much. It fell even quicker than Dexter did.
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Poor Simpsons; due to it taking over a year to kick out one episode, they were stuck with parodying this at the worst time. I look forward to their Duck Dynasty parody in 2015.
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FTW.............guess everyone else here is more sophisticated than I, but no one else was blown away by the HBO documentary on Stephen Sondheim? Why?

a. I didn't know he was still alive;
b. yes, I am an idiot and wasn't fully aware of his discography;
c. it was amazing to see him completely involved in the music and its production, when I thought he just wrote it and collected the checks;
d. he is a genius, where are the LAA for him?;
e. his back-story is an eye-opener, I won't spoil it for you since you:

f. SHOULD WATCH this documentary!!!!!
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FTW: Eagleheart puts a hilarious and as usualy totally bizarre spin on the worn out (B-)Celebrity-plays-outrageous-parody-version-of-himself trope.
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HOMELAND:
The writers are complete fucking idiots, who have no idea what the viewers want. Don't get me wrong, I know that's a bit harsh, considering for 3 seasons they have indeed done some of the best work I have seen on tv...only to throw it all away (in my opinion needlessly) making it all meaningless, and completely ruining what WAS one of the best shows ever. It became apparent right from the beginning of the season. You all know what I am talking about: No Brody for 3\4 of the season, but his daughter and her bullshit problems\whining, are you kidding me? Then, they finally turn it around, it is finally regaining it's status as a "great" show, only to end on one of the most collosal fuck-ups on tv in a long time! Though major character deaths are an integral part of maintaining a show, this is beyond the scope of that. It is like an unspoken rule, that for on-going series, there are 1 or 2 characters on every show that you just know are untouchable. In the case of Homeland, it is Carrie AND Brody. Take away either of them and the show is over, ruined: 3 fantastic seasons rendered completely irrelevant, what a waste! I am an avid, loyal and stubborn tv viewer. If I start a show, I will almost always watch it to the end, no matter how bad it gets. This is a rare exception. I am 100% out! I will not even give the season 4 premiere a chance. It is over. Homeland is dead to me! I feel certain many others feel the same way. Is Peter Quinn supposed to be the new male lead? Get outta here! If they wanted to achieve shock value through a major character death, might I suggest Saul? It would have enough of an emotional impact, yet not affect the general viewership. Especially since it appears he is "out" anyways. I can't remember the last time I was this genuinely angry and upset about a show, maybe never...
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HOMELAND:
The writers are complete fucking idiots, who have no idea what the viewers want.


Not at all harsh. It's the truth, and if the truth hurts, well la di da.

If I start a show, I will almost always watch it to the end, no matter how bad it gets. This is a rare exception. I am 100% out!

Same here, I endured EIGHT LONG YEARS of the fuck twit Dexter, and the writers and show-runner shat in our faces with the Lumberjacking finale.

I saw this season out, and was on the fence, but I too am out after three years. Too bad, it had a great first season. Homeland insulted me when it Peesticked.

I can't remember the last time I was this genuinely angry and upset about a show, maybe never...

Hah, good on you for not watching Dexter.......or Enlightened. Both clusterfucks, but of course Dexter wins the Major Award for Worst Show of 2013, maybe in the history of television, I'm not sure.

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Maybe it's because there's been a couple of them but how couldn't you have mentioned how awesome it was to see Fallon and Timberlake do the Barry Gibb show again? haha. And the awesome surprise at the end of it too. :D SNL tends to let the second half of the show just ride out on the strength of the first half usually so just wished they'd write stronger to end on a high note too but this was the one I was waiting for and didn't disappoint.
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So glad you picked up on The Sing-Off! It's amazing that NBC came up with a winner between fall sports and the 2014 Winter Olympics, but as you said, this has been a gem of a miniseries. The country group Home Free is beyond talented, and if nothing else, everyone who reads this needs to look up their (episode 4) cover of Ring of Fire -- better be sitting down before you get to the end -- and their (episode 5) sing-off with Filharmonic covering Caddyshack's I'm Alright. Just amazing fun! #teamHomeFree
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"Nikita says goodbye to an important character in surprisingly brutal fashion"
- I agree. It was an awesome way to kill a secondary character. It was a much better way to go than Homeland's anti-climatic departure of one of his main characters, IMHO.
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Really loved Ryan. I could see standing at the watercooler with him every day talking about what was on Coast to Coast last night.
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"Homeland closed out its rocky season with a moving, table-clearing finale"
- More like depressing and cold-hearted, IMHO.

" It was time for Brody to go"
- Why? What was the point of him dying? Because having more air-time for Saul and other secondary characters is a good thing? Since when?

"We can't deny that we're interested to see where the show goes next."
- And I can't deny my total lack of interest about where the show goes next. Which is sad, since this used to be one of favorite shows.
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I couldn't have agreed more with your reply? Why must Brody go? who really cares about what Saul and others do if it doesn't involve Brody? I have no intention of watching next season because I haven't even watched this season and don't plan to after that crap they pulled with Brody
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Carrie has many more seasons of CRRRRRAZZY teary EYYYYYES" to give. *shudders*
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Don't get me wrong. SOOOOO want to make The Sex with her....manic or depressive., (crawls back in his piggy hole.)
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Yup, both Daily Show clips were wonderful.

Now, if I could only figure out why I can't play TDS on my laptop.
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Our kangaroos and boomerangs are just as wonderful, or so I am told ;-)
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I know it's the holiday season, but most of these FTW's should WTF's.

Person of Interest is a very well deserved FTW, so is Nikita and Masters of Sex, but the win is diminished by having to share the glory with the obvious WTF's of Revenge, Homeland, HIMYM, The Voice, The Sing-Off and OUAT.

So f#*! the holiday spirit and keep it real peeps.
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I won't comment on Revenge, Homeland, HIMYM, The Voice, or OUAT because I didn't watch any of those this week - haven't watched them in a while. The Sing-Off, however, is a definite FTW. Bet you didn't watch them either and are just considering them WTF's by default.
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Sing-Off can never compete with quality television like POI, Nikita and Masters of Sex. These shows delivered masterpieces this week. Therefore it shouldn't be mentioned in the same FTW category... But that's just my not so humble opinion
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the obvious WTF's of ... Homeland ...

You got that right. Maybe Gansa sent the TV.com staff a fruit basket.

Or, as a poster on another site so pithily says: FUCK HOMELAND!
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Yeah. I've actually voiced that loudly during a few episodes. Like when Dana 'wasn't' successful killing herself (It's a character, people! No Hate!). Seriously, I have issues but it is on my must download for 3 years. It I obviously doing something right whether I want to admit it or not.
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Just because we keep watching it doesn't mean it doesn't suck. Watching Homeland is like being in a shitty marriage. The first year was great, the second and third year were miserable, but you hang in there hoping things will be like the first year....POINTLESS!!! Accept things for what they are. Homeland was terrible television the last two seasons.
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I have seen worse. Much worse. I like spy stories enough to stick in there - especially with the infinitely better Nikita ending.
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FTW: On POI - Finch's backstory, Finch & Claypool singing the MIT song, Shaw attempting to improve on her bedside manner, and hello Ma'am/Control. Essentially, everything about POI this week.
FTW: On Almost Human, Dorian interacting with not-Dorian (Dorianot?). As someone on the boards observed, Michael Ealy has chemistry even with himself.
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Revenge was more of a WTF!
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Yeah, this week's HIMYM was SO much better than the last few. And Andrew Rannells FTW!!!
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What's on YOUR list of TV loves and hates this week?

Hmmmm...........let me see..............oh yeah, a great big steaming pile of WTF: Homeland.

Can't wait to see TDS clips. Probably the best show I no longer watch.

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Person Of Interest.....the show moved onto the next compelling chapter of its story, identifying the mysterious new villain Control

Well, someone (or her grandmother) watched Get Smart as a kid. Next up: KAOS.
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OR someone read a lot of John le Carré books as a kid...
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WTF: Pretty much everything about the Duck Dynasty events
FTW: The back-up Dancers for Carlos on X-Factor. Sexy Santas FTW!
FTW: Alex and Sierra winning X Factor
FTW: Major Crimes staying consistent in quality. Still one of the best casts on television.
FTW: All the top ten lists across the internet recognizing Orphan Black, Banshee and Rectify
FTW: Person of Interest
FTW: White Collar
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no WTF this week, that's the Holidays spirit right there :)
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i literally bawled my eyes out for that john oliver bit
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Me too! *sniffs*

Happy that he gets his own show on HBO, but hella nervous about it. Hope it works out for him.
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I think the Daily Show head writer is joining his show, in which case all will be well.
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True.
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Good call leaving out the wtfs this week but I don't want to see stuff that happened this week in next week's ftw vs wtf, I can already see the thought taking form in your head. No! Although considering there's like no tv this week maybe there won't even be one next week.
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FTW: Nikita, less than 3 wks til BANSHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE returns, UK Christmas specials
WTF: no US Christmas specials (at least not ones that are any good), Season Finale of Haven (I know, I'm a week behind, but c'mon it just.....stopped.)
FTWWTF: Seems downright Odd not to have any WTFs on the list this week.
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Seems downright Odd not to have any WTFs on the list this week.

Ummmmm.................Homeland much? Biggest (okay second biggest *cough* Dexter) WTF of the year!

Don't let the fuzzy slippers and warm cocoa kumbaya of the TV.com staff this week fool you. Homeland, barring the first season, is and always will be a great big turgid WTF.

And if all else fails and you start to slip, remember that Jesus was just some fast-talking guy who fooled the gullible and who got good PR from a bunch of old white men who made up stuff as they went along, most importantly moving his birthday from the spring to December 25th so that the sales could start on Black Friday.
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FTW: The whole episode of Nikita and the revealing of Control on POI
WTF: Josh Bowman's acting on Revenge
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