FTW vs. WTF: The TV Week in Review (February 24)

Do you think TVs get paranoid about being watched all the time? Are they embarrassed that they get turned on so easily? Do they do everything they can to change the channel when someone starts watching Honey Boo Boo? Do old CRT-tube sets have body-image problems? Do TVs outfitted with cable feel like they're on a leash? Do TVs mounted on walls feel like they're being crucified? Do TVs like being hugged? We don't know the answer to most of those questions, but we're betting they do like being hugged. So go give your TV a hug, it works for you.

Anyway, here's what made us proud of our TVs for this week. And what didn't.


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Funny or Die's "I can't believe these are all TV Shows" song


[Blank] Wives, [Blank] Stars, [Blank] Wars... all known permutations of basic-cable reality shows are giving the finger here, and they deserve it. If Wife Star Wars ever gets made, the genre will officially be sucked into a black hole from which it can never return.



Another wacky, lovely Parks and Rec wedding


One thing this show excels at above all else is loving love. Leslie and Ben's nuptials were a perfect match for the pair, and the episode overall was a fine specimen of Parks and Rec's trademark balance of kooky and sweet. It's almost too bad the series will soon be out of couples to marry off. We love you and we like you, show!



Person of Interest changes up the program


The CBS sorta-procedural continued to defy humdrum expectations with a new creative twist in this week's episode, which was written by creator Jonathan Nolan. The hour changed perspective by focusing things on the POI's point of view, and she just so happened to be the extra-hot Sarah Shahi playing a very badass covert op.



Mike Royce's vanity cards, all in one place


The Men of a Certain Age creator and 1600 Penn showrunner has collected all his vanity cards (which are family photos) in one handy-dandy place, complete with revealing captions about their meanings. Take a look and be entertained. Or take the opportunity to steal his identity, your call.



Downton Abbey as explained by Facebook


This speaks for itself.



Game of Thrones' Season 2 Blu-ray set


It looks gorgeous, put it on your book shelf and it will blend right in. But it's also full of great commentaries, including Lena Headey's continued assessment that she's a horse-faced terrible person who can't act in the episode "Blackwater." All Peter Dinklage could do was laugh at her while she tore herself a new one. Great, funny, candid chatter by the woman who plays ice queen Cersei.



inCWption


The network's new drama Cult may be totally insane (and we don't know if that's a good or bad thing yet), but we do know that The CW's logo is all over the place in both the show and the show-within-the-show. And sometimes, when everything aligns just right, we get INCWPTION with the network's logos in the lower righthand corner, one on the real broadcast and one in the broadcast-within-the-broadcast!



Portlandia's three hipster mice


Friday's episode, "No-Fo-O-Fo-Bridge" spent some quality time with the show's recurring trio of stop-motion-animated rodents as they dealt with the stress of moving because gentrification—and the ensuing lack of litter/garbage for them to eat—was pushing them out of their downtown digs. So good! And we'd totally watch a rat-centric Portlandia spinoff, IFC.




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Suits' rumpled Season 2 finale


After an impressive start, the final six episodes of Suits sophomore season felt tacked-on, and the the finale itself was a muddled mess of too many storylines and too many shocking turns that weren't actually all that shocking. Sadface.



A Bachelor bro ruins his sister's chance at love


Desiree's skeptical jerk of a sibling refused to play nice during this week's hometown dates, so Sean sent her packing because would you want that guy as a brother-in-law? THIS WAS GOING TO BE TRUE LOVE, GUYS!



Even Univision beat NBC in February Sweeps


Remember all those "NBC is back!" stories last fall? Yeah... those were a little premature. Turns out people like two things: NFL football and unresolved romantic tension between Adam Levine and Blake Shelton. As for everything else on the network? No thanks, says America. On the bright side, this almost guarantees that we'll get more Parks and Recreation and Parenthood.



The uneasy feeling that this may be Enlightened's last season


Campaigns to save HBO's quiet show are starting to mount on social-media sites, scaring the sh*t out of us. Despite getting better ratings in Season 2, the dramedy is unfortunately on the block. "This is my favorite show on TV right now," said Tim, who usually hates everything. We're hoping HBO does the right thing and orders a third season of this brilliant series, and we're ready to go to war for it. #theghostisseen



The Good Wife leans a little too heavily on quirk to resolve a muddled plot


The Good Wife has had issues with its smaller stories this season, and the DoJ investigation into Eli's campaign finance shenanigans has been no exception. It's been messy from the start, and while a glimmer of hope arrived in the form of Elsbeth defending Eli from Wendy Scott-Carr, "Red Team/Blue Team" turned the DoJ investigation—something you'd think would be serious—into a sitcom, with a quirkily malicious Kyle MacLachlan replacing Anika Noni Rose's Scott-Carr and a double-twist wiretapping to resolve the story. If we had to guess, we'd bet that only the Nick plot got less time from the writers room. Ugh. Nick.



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

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FTW: Person of Interest fantastic episode.
FTW: Nathan Fillion's performance on Castle.
FTW: Lip's phone call scene on Shameless.
FTW: Inspector SpaceTime Convention.
FTW: Ron Swanson punching some douchebag on Parks and Rec.
FTW: Leslie and Ben Wedding.
FTW: Everything on Arrow.
FTW: Game of Thrones Trailer.

WTF: Everything on The Walking Dead except the last 10 minutes.
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I sometimes feel like a total out of touch loser when I don't even know what is being talked about from week to week....
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FTW: Nathan Fillion's dramatic performance on Castle
FTW: The entire episode of TVD, especially Nina Dobrev's powerhouse performance
FTW: Elementary continuing to get better and better each week and Sherlock/Watson's growing friendship
FTW: Penny and Raj actually having plot/character development on TBBT. The Sheldon/Penny scenes continuing to be comedy gold.

WTF: Jeremy is for realz dead on TVD :(
WTF: My shows are all on hiatus!
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Oh, yes! Fillion FTW!
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FTW: last episode of TVD
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Dear NBC
Please Renew Parks and Rec for another season right now

Thanks
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FTW: Parks & Rec. Oh, Adam Scott. You make my Thursday nights (or Friday morning, depending on when I watch).

WTF: Anthony nearly being booted off of Face Off. Like, seriously, do these judges even pay attention or do they just want to shock everybody?
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Also, the Funny or Die thing was funny... except for the fact that they named an actual scripted show. Army Wives is an ACTUAL show, not a "reality" tv show, so it should not have been listed just because of its name.
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I personally loved the episodes of both The Good Wife and Suits. I certainly don't feel these eps of Suits have been tacked on, they have been riveting as the rest of the season. And as for The Good Wife, it is my favourite show, but I loved the ep. The mock trail was great and the Eli storyline was a great B storyline. Usually agree with you guys, but not this week.
P.S I hope they continue Enlightened, what a wonderful show!
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Come on,this is the best list you guys can come up with? Lazy.
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What's on YOUR list? Let's hear it!
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The two best things I saw on TV this week were Parks & Rec's Leslie & Ben and Law & Order: SVU's Deadly Ambition. Both on NBC. Take that, Nielsens!
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FTW - The awesomeness of Cult

FTW - Zach Roerig and Nina Dobrev's crazy good acting on this week's TVD.

FTW - Felicity officially a part of Ollie's team.

WTF - SPN's ep. Seriously, what the hell was that?!

WTF - Matt crying on TVD. It made me bawl my eyes out and it's been a while since I've cried because of something on TVD.

WTF - Jeremy's death. :(
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Another WTF - Cult's low ratings. I really want this show to be given a chance.
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FTW: Parks & Rec, New Girl's Parking Spot episode, Community seems to be back to their senses, Raising Hope's Arbor Day's quirky celebration
WTF: Touch lost its edge, The Following is a mess
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And not to forget: Could Kate Micucci become a regular on The Big Bang Theory as Raj's love interest? Oh, pls Chuck, for love's sake!:)
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FTW: PoI (of course!), Touch, Enlightened, another witchy Supernatural episode, much cooler than the previous one
WTF: I also get the uneasy feeling that Enlightened will go out with a bang this season, and I love that show! Please don't cancel it
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FTW for The Americans being renewed
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I can't believe it either. There's more TV shows than reasons to live lol
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Totally agree about Enlightened! It is an amazing series that in so underrated it's not even fair! I hope HBO does the right thing (and for the most part it does) and renews it! It's too good not to be renewed
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Yes, I too can't believe these are all TV shows and I feel that black hole a'comin'. We lost a lot of good stuff in 2012 - Fringe, Alphas and more - and I fear we may be in grave danger. On the good side it comforts me to know that with today's technology it's not all that difficult to time travel into the past and revisit the good stuff. It's also nice to know that there are some decent new shows to enjoy, shows like continuum, The Americans, Person of Interst and a few more. to give comfort in these grave times when reality TV soils the pond...
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The Downton-Abbey-Facebook-Recap is absolutely brilliant. I'll still be smiling about it tomorrow.
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FTW: The Night Gallery Podcast on iTunes, finite in number and gives me insights into a show that I didn't know that much about; Person of Interest's interest change in perspective, as you noted. "Relevance" was a story well and succinctly told. (Thumbs down on your not recognizing Amanda Segel as the co-writer though); Holmes' tutelage of Watson on Elementary, especially the dry cleaner scenes and "You're a detective now; you tell me."

WTF: The actor who played Wilson on POI. He was basically handed the role of the treacherous handler who betrays and tries to kill his own agents and he wasn't even a poor man's Chris Cooper (or Ronald Leigh-Hunt on Remington Steele for that matter). He added no personality to the role and was the weak link of the episode; my realization that Jay O. Sanders' character (either in his performance or the writing) is not nearly as interesting an ongoing villain as Elias was in season one of POI (although Hersh trumps Elias' hatchet man); the description on UVerse guide of Sara Stahl's character as "sexy." A sexist and totally irrelevant point! Someone might conceivably find a male character attractive (e.g., Jacob Pitts), but I don't think I've ever heard a man's physical attributes brought up in a story summary.
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FTW:Parks and Recs wedding and Ron Swanson's awesome punch
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FTW:
-TVD. That was easily one of the best episodes of the series. Everyone brought their A game with the deeper character insight, but kudos to Nina Dobrev because she cries so pretty. Game changer of an episode. Painful, gut wrenching and brilliant.
-Scandal. Because while Fitz is devolving as a character and somehow not being the likeable boyscout that we once knew....somehow Jake is less creepy with the reveal. I may be putting my Olitz on hold until Fitz gets his shitz together, and I'll ride the Olake wave because Scott Foley is so pretty. Also, Huck recuperating from the waterboarding. Fantastic.
-POI. It was a bold and risky move to put our Fantastic Foursome, and Bear, on the backburner but it worked. Shaw was spectacular.
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-OUAT. Can somebody make me a family tree for this show because sheesh! Finding out that Rumple's son is Henry's father was so anticlimactic. Regina and Cora teaming up and screwing over Hook..not surprising. Belle cozying up to that random dude that got hit in the only hospital in SB...was that supposed to be a surprise?
-Revenge. I wasn't a big fan of Fauxmanda but there was something disappointing about that body from the pilot just being one of the corrupt brothers. Higher stakes next time. While it's great that Fauxmanda's death will put Emily back on her path of revenge and get her to focus...it would have been more insane if it was Jack or something.
-Suits. I keep wanting to smack the hell out of Rachel. The sex scene was as gratuitous as it was eye roll inducing because I can't enjoy the hot sex when I want to smack the hell out of both people engaging in it at the most inopportune time. And they may have temporarily put the kabosh on my two fave dynamics ( Jessica and Harvey, and Harvey and Mike) all because Harvey can't get his head out of his own ass. I love you Harvey, but it's true. Also...it's over til summer, and I'm really going to miss my Suits.
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You always have the best FTW/WTF lists, blue!
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Aww thanks! And here I am always trying to keep up with you Fringe! :)
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Oh, FTW to Cougar Town for exploring all the characters' pasts! How could that not make this list?!?

And FTW to the 6-hour Psych Sleepover!

FTW to Det. Fin on SVU for emptying his clip like a doofus on the firing line and justifying it with gangstaisms. And FTW for finally dealing with Rollins' crazy stupid life problems in a positive way instead of a cop-out. (Pun not intended)

(not much was really good from last Saturday until now.)

WTF were they thinking with such a clunky Community episode? And WTF to Abed smiling so much the last 3 episodes.

WTF to Arrow for becoming a chick-flick this week.
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Did Andy write that intro? It reminds me of his style.

While I didn't like Suits' forced season finale, I dunno if I can agree it was WTF territory.

NBC falling to 5th behind Univision is a WTF for NBC but a FTW for Univision, which isn't even in as many markets as NBC.

Hmm, good point about The Good Wife. I was happy to see Wendy Scott Carr gone, she's awful and written inconsistently, but I suppose you're right that using the character of The Captain from How I Met Your Mother and a cheap gag got Eli off what was supposed to be a serious hook. It was a pretty lame loophole too. I think they let the wiretapping charge get away from them in the writers room, that it was supposed to be another standard problem for Eli to overcome so it could distract him from his true trouble - being replaced - but instead took life of its own.
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The Good Wife has been such a great show from the beginning I will give them this one, just glad they were called on it and hopefully learned their lesson...
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"This one"? Oh, come now. I love the show, but this would be a third after the debacles of the Nick and Blake storylines. Seriously less egregious, of course, but still an odd misstep and sudden course correction.

Jordan's presence on the show still seems really ill-defined so far, too: We're told he's awesome, but see no proof of it on the show. He's just in the right place at the right time as Eli is distracted.
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FTW: Parks! it was so good this week.
Raj actually has a storyline on the Big Bang Theory
I actually thought the Suits finale was good even if the last 6 episodes weren't as good or as intense as the first 10.
POI-how cool was that episode?
Southland was really good and heartbreaking this week.
The Americans-it continues to be really great and is one of the few shows I watch that I actually can't wait to see every week and FX renewed it.
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WTF- supernatural, a poor episode in a very good season so far
WTF- NBC, just the whole huge problems its developing
WTF- everything in suits apart from louis
WTF- lori sauntering around in a white dress
WTF- matt lucas on community- not funny without david walliams

FTW- louis' mud competition in suits ( best part of the episode )
FTW- TVD
FTW- the clomping lana impressions on archer
FTW - POI
FTW- DRAGONS ON THE GAME OF THRONES TRAILER!!!
FTW- DRAGONS!!!- so nice its FTW twice
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FTW! Last episode of TVD! Nina showed what an amazing actress she is.
WTF! Jeremy is gone for good this time :(
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FTW:Parks and Rec wedding
FTW: The Walking Deads ending.
FTW: Once Upon a Time, the episode was stellar, the Seer itself made it one of the best. Rumple reuniting with his son was just the icing on the cake.
WTF: The Walking Deads trend of developing a character until we like them and just killing them off.
WTF: Once Upon a Time revealing the worst kept secret ever. Augusts reveal felt like a cop out.
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WTF: Walking dead is boring as all hell,.
Revenge has completely lost its way
TV dot com has no home button anymore! Please fix?
You guys didnt put that last Vampire diaries on the FTW list??????????

FTW: Matt Roerig and Nina Dobrev knocked it outta the park this week on TVD
Elena's humanity is gone, meaning double the Katherine!!
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... I can't believe these are all TVshows. SERIOUSLY AMERICA?!
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Black Hole...
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Supposedly the Eli bit on The Good Wifeisn't over, at least that's what I heard.
Exposing their shenanigans probably mad ether more insistent on sticking it to him and forcing him to nail Peter.
But that's only what I heard
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FTW: The vampire diaries this week, especially Nina and Zachs performances. Amazing.
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FTW: TWD ending

FTW: Spartacus ending...oh fuck it, just about everything about it.
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Woah, Jimmy DOES look like The Mentalist! Only tinier and bitchier.

And Univision beating NBC is definitely an FTW. Time to embrace the future- NBC is out and Spanish-language programming is in. Mujeres Asesinas is sooo hawt right now.
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now that I have caught up on a few shows, besides Banshee and Shameless I would like to add:

FTW Southland - everything. The cause and effect of little actions like ticket costs or forcing people on the streets to talk.

WTF - American Idol guys. Worst top 10 ever?

FTW: Lil Buck on Stephen Colbert. Best Jookin Ive seen all week.



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FTW: New Girl and the parking spot war, and Nick/Jess weird-off.
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FTW: Person of Interest, getting a glimpse at how the "relevant" numbers are handled by the government in Person of Interest, getting a much different look at said government through the eyes of one of their agents in Person of Interest, Samantha Shaw's introduction on Person of Interest, Shaw's many bad-ass actions and lines in Person of Interest, Sara Shahi's portrayal of Shaw on Person of Interest, more screen time for Root on Person of Interest, Root's scene with Shaw in Person of Interest, and the limited but awesome scenes which had the main characters in Person of Interest... And did I mention Person of Interest? Can't forget that.
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Did that seem like some sort of pilot to you? It made me think of "The Project Moonglow Affair," but your description of it as showing how the government uses the machine's numbers seems apt.
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Enlightned is the best US show on the air right now, it deserves a third season. From the british front, two great shows airing right now: Utopia and season 2 of Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror, episode 2 of season 2 is pure brillance!
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great introduction~tv's point of view;-)

FTW: POI (should be at the top of the list)
FTW: banshee (everything)
FTW: everything about spartacus
FTW: Felicity part of the team on Arrow
FTW: Sam & Dean on Supernatural trend of letting "good" supernaturals live (witches and previously the golem and Benny and others)

agree about Suits WTF finale. I love the show but the finale could of been better
WTF Alicia on The Good Wife accepting partnership and screwing over Cary and the other 4th years.
WTF Jack is still alive and boring on Revenge
WTF Sam coughing up blood & lying to Dean (come on guys, stop lying and holding back from each other)

FTW/WTF Jeremy on TVD (personally I think it is FTW but many fans think it is WTF~hmm, I guess the FTW and WTF cancel each other out so I'm ok with it being off the list)
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I don't know if what Alicia did was so bad. Sure the other young lawyers lose the ally in their stand off but I doubt they would blame her that much. And as they said, they were going to give one of them the deal, would YOU trust a bunch of nice-yet-greedy lawyers with law school loans to not jump at that deal if you turn it down?
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Good points.

I don't trust lawyers and probably would of taken the offer but the show seems to portray her as very loyal and moral. It wasn't immoral to take the offer but I thought her character would of been more loyal to the other 4th years...maybe not.

I think each of the 4th years would of taken the offer and not cared about the other 4th years (but Alicia and Cary are the only ones we know and maybe they will try to help the others but I think that is pointless and may hurt their own newfound partner position).

I think I wanted to see her and Cary form their own firm and maybe take the other 4th years. I don't hate Alicia for what she did but it kind of surprised me.
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Wow that is really sad news about "Enlightened". This season has been very good, even Luke Wilson isn't as tiresome as he was in the first season. The acting on this show is what makes it such a gem. Diane Ladd, Mike White, and Laura Dern have all been outstanding. As HBO continues to fall behind Showtime for original programming they may want to think twice about dumping it.

I think "Amazing Race" deserves a WTF as this looks to be the worst set of teams they have ever put together. Its smelling like the Family Edition already.

FTW - "Banshee" continues to be the best new drama on television. If should be handed out as a lesson on how to craft a freshman season. Doesn't look like Greg Yaitaines misses Gregory House at all. Nice quick pick up for season 2, thanks Cinemax.
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I know it's not on in the US but FTW: Utopia's Finale
WTF: were is Arbe?
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Thanks I had never heard of Utopia so after I read your comment I googled and as I love British conspiracy shows like The Last Enemy I gave this a go and have now completed it. Effing awesome! There wsa some stuff in there that I dont think even HBO or Showtime would have done.
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glad you liked it.
It wasn't without controversy in the UK. (bit exaggerated by the media)
chilli, sand, spoon was mentioned problematic
Arbe going back to school. had the daily mail up in arms
but Alice's interpretation of Dostoyevsky was hardly mentioned and was the thing I found most shocking. even it being foreshadowed during the entire episode.
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FTW: FX renews "The Americans" for second season
FTW: Nina Dobrev performance in TVD.

WTF: Fauxmanda dies in "Revenge"
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For the first time, I thought 2 Broke Girls deserved a spot in the FTW category, with the marionette having sex with naked Barbie on tape. The only thing this week that had me laughing my ass off!
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As much as I really like Suits as a shiny witty show, I had no clue what the hell was going on in the finale or why was anyone doing this or that... The GoT's eunuch as an overly British lawyer was bordering on the farcical and the Scottie (?) and Harvey romantic plot line was particularly ludicrous and uninteresting... I can't believe I miss Daniel Hardman... I hope the writers fix things in season 3...
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Why is The Good Wife in the WTF section? It doesn't even get reviewed or talked about in this site. But I do agree, the new DoJ lawyer is just totally unbelievable and really unrealistic. At least Lisbet has been there since season 1 so her eccentricities can be tolerated. Eli's investigation is as senseless and irrational as Kalinda's previous story arc. I wish they'd focus back more on Alicia's family. We barely get to see the kids or Peter anymore.
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Enlightened and Portlandia don't get reviewed either and they're on here...?

We haven't seen Peter in about a month, about he's also been in 10 episodes already this season. Need to pace his appearances for bigger campaign stories, and now with this DoJ investigation done, and a debate on the horizon, hopefully that'll happen. (He only had 14 episodes last season -- gotta remember he's a special guest star still.)
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I wish someone here reviewed The Good Wife, I really love that show.
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FTW: A very Reece-like Sarah Shahi and everything else bad ass on Person of Interest this week.
FTW: Elementary continues to get better and better - the new dynamics with Sherlock training Watson are a lot of fun.
FTW: Schmidt trying and failing to hold his water while fighting for a parking spot on New Girl. "Did you just pee inside your body?" Yes, yes he did. And then outside his body.
FTW: Felicity becoming a full-fledged member of #TeamArrow.

WTF: Community continues to be a shell of it's former self.
WTF: The box that August showed Neil on Once Upon a Time. They had a season to figure out what gold-glowing item to put in the box, and all they came up with was a non-glowing typewriter that shouldn't fit and a piece of paper with the world's worst secret typed on it. Lame.
WTF: The very large spider in Sasha's bathroom on Bunheads that was so big it could take away an umbrella AND a sledgehammer. Love the show, but... ugh. Too far.
WTF: The lawsuit about nothing on the season finale of Suits. This piece of paper says we're going to win. But this piece of paper says we're going to lose. But this document that Scottie gave us means we'll win for sure. But that's illegal, so I'm blackmailing you so you'll lose that document and the case. I win, you lose. Huh?
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WTF: The lawsuit about nothing on the season finale of Suits. This piece of paper says we're going to win. But this piece of paper says we're going to lose. But this document that Scottie gave us means we'll win for sure. But that's illegal, so I'm blackmailing you so you'll lose that document and the case. I win, you lose. Huh?

Totally agree. I was really irritated by that. They could at least have gone into some specifics about those files. The final scene with Mike and Rachel having insanely hot sex in the file room counts as a FTW for me.

And I concur with everybody - POI was beyond awesome and Sarah Shahi as Agent Samantha Shaw knocked it out of the park.
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WTF: Jeremy really being dead!!!
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FTW: Last weeks episode of Banshee and the fight with the Albino was so full of FTW that it carries over to this week.

Shameless: When everything comes to a head at the end of the episode with the CPS worker walking into the Gallaghers to witness btotal insanity.

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FTW: OUAT: awesome and moving episode that answered questions that we all ready knew the answer to. However, they did it well enough that we didn't mind at all.
FTW: Jane teaching the Director how to play poker on the Mentalist.
FTW: The episode of POI was beyond awesome and mind blowing all at the same time
FTW: Elementary turning in great episode and the Holmes and Watson love feast is just too cute for words.
WTF: Reed and the lady over the orphanage were getting it on behind Reed's wife's back on Ripper street and then getting caught by Drake?.
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I dedicated last week to reading A Memory of Light instead of watching tv so I'm way behind. Totally worth it.
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I actually liked the whole wiretap story on The Good Wife. Little elements like this show that The Good Wife doesn't take itself too seriously all the time. There is so much potential on this show and stories like this add layers to the characters.
Besides, I've always thought of Eli Gold as a hilarious kind of character.
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I agree about Enlightened... I desperately need a third season! Speaking of underrated, Touch's new season should be on the FTW list sometimes because it's super thrilling and addictive, I'm completely obsessed!
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