FTW vs. WTF: The TV Week in Review (Jan. 19)

The TV world likes to make a big deal out of award shows. The Golden Globes made a splash last weekend, the SAG awards this weekend, and so on. But here at TV.com, we go way beyond the antiquated annual format and have an awards show every seven days! It's called FTW vs. WTF and we hold it every weekend at Jen's apartment. It's amazing, even though the red carpet is a dish towel dyed with Kool-Aid and the hosts are Jen's cats. Someone should give us an Awardy for all our hard work! We'll be waiting. In the meantime, here's our latest list of what we thought was good and bad about television.




Community sets up Troy's departure with an emotionally satisfying (albeit familiar) episode

"Cooperative Polygraphy" hit a lot of the same beats as some past Community greats, but it also successfully balanced the familiar truth-telling in the study room with a heartwarming goodbye to the now departed Pierce. Also, Walton Goggins was out of his mind awesome. Also also, SPERM.



Harry Connick Jr. gives American Idol a nice jolt in the arm

After a few dour seasons (especially 2013's output, with Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj), Idol finally parsed its judges panel back down to the original number of three, and the chemistry between Keith Urban, the returning Jennifer Lopez, and brand-new Harry Connick Jr. made for a solidly entertaining show, at least in the first four hours. Connick in particular seems very willing to provide tangible feedback to the prospective contestants. J. Lo appears rejuvenated after a year off, and Keith Urban, bless his heart, looks happy to be free from last year's DIVA-OFF. Idol is still Idol, but it's nice to know the judges won't overtly hurt the series this year. 



True Detective chews up, spits out the serial-killer genre

The premiere of HBO's gripping drama was as good as advertised, putting the men hunting the murderer ahead of all else. We'll get to the case eventually, but for right now we're happy to sit back and watch Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey act their movie-star asses off.



JLD, the real winner of Golden Globes

Congrats to Breaking Bad and Amy Poehler and everyone else who went home with shiny new trinkets, but the best performance at the awards went to Julia Louis-Dreyfus. She smoked an e-cig and rejected Reese Witherspoon's photo op when her name was called, adding the kind of surprise gag that makes awards ceremonies worth watching.



Archer finds a new source of income

With ISIS revealed to be a private firm instead of a government-run op, the agency got shut down and Archer, Lana, and everyone else were out of a job. The solution? Sell that massive pile of cocaine in the closet! A great reboot for a show that was in need of a reboot.



Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. airs its best episode in months

There were several reasons why Tuesday's "Seeds" worked so well, but in the end it came down to the fact that we finally had some movement on Skye's backstory in a real way. Discovering that she was an 0-8-4 that S.H.I.E.L.D. was sent to retrieve and protect 24 years ago opened the door to any number of possibilities for her character's future. And FitzSimmons were awesome, so that helped.



Is this the end of Chris Monsanto?

Aren't you thankful that we live in an age where an Eagleheart: Paradise Rising season finale involves Chris Elliot in a surreal, Ken Russell-esque song number? And Badge-Seeking Bullets and Brett Mobley as a gregarious Satan himself and a wild prophecy centered on animated constellations engaging in '90s- era sitcom quips? The ultimate entry in what's been a welcome departure for the series made good on its epic, existential journey to solidify its legacy as one of television's most original shows. Bravo!



Parker Young totally burned his Enlisted co-star

When Young's on-screen older brother Geoff Stults, of the one-and-done The Finder, gave him guff, he gave it right back.



Samantha Bee's gifted us with some insane performance art

The Daily Show correspondent killed it when she went interpretive on Fox New's The Five.



Brooklyn Nine-Nine drops some truth bombs


Despite its title and Jake/Amy hijinks, "The Bet" was all about Boyle, and Joe Lo Truglio had a great week as the precinct's most hapless detective capped off his recovery by cornering Rosa in the coat closet to set a few things straight.  





HBO puts News Night with Will McAvoy (and The Newsroom) out to pasture

Seemingly confident of its upcoming programming slate, HBO announced that The Newsroom will join Boardwalk Empire (and True Blood) on the proverbial scrap heap by the end of 2014. There had been questions about the viability of third season, so it's not much of surprise that Aaron Sorkin's inconsistent, oftentimes miserable cable news soap is close to the end. But even though it never lived up to the hype, there are parts of The Newsroom we'll definitely miss. Mostly Olivia Munn's Sloan Sabbath, but hey, that's something.



Victoria, The Bachelor's town drunk

If you're still watching The Bachelor for romance, then you're more idealistic than us. We watch for the shitshow, and this season's first parade of turds came from Victoria, a 25-year-old legal assistant from Boca Raton. She was the "I've barely had anything to drink!" drunk tank queen, taking her boozy swagger all the way to the bathroom for an embarrassing meltdown. The good news: That was exactly what we wanted to see! The bad news: That was exactly what Juan Pablo didn't want to see, and she got the boot early, before he could not give her a rose. Way to ruin our fun, Juan Pablo! Now all our eggs are in the hands of Lucy the "free spirit."





And the Golden Globe goes to... Brooklyn Nine-Nine?

Yeah, this week's episode was good, but not only did Fox's Brooklyn Nine-Nine win the Golden Globe for best comedy just 12 episodes into its life, Andy Samberg won best comedy actor even though he's the weakest part of the series. What gives, Golden Globes?



Another news cycle full of anti-gay remarks and apologies


First it was Duck Dynasty, now it's The Bachelor. Setting aside the fact that there are lots of people out there who hold views we don't agree with, we're sick and tired of these reality TV scandals where a star says something terrible and/or stupid, and then the scrambling and backpedaling to save the show and its money train ensues. 



Kate plus two of her daughters get real weird on the Today show

Those poor girls. Lots of teens hate it when their parents make them do stuff they don't wanna do, but this horribly awkward interview where Kate Gosselin scolded her 13-year-old twins into saying they loved being part of (Jon &Kate Plus 8 was just sad.


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


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Jeez, that Gosselin interview was a train wreck! Felt awful for the girls. Poor girls!

On another note: Harry Connick Jr rocks! Who dat? :)
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I think the networks are playing a dangerous game with reality show stars and the press.

The networks seek out crazy personalities and crazy press. Most of the time it works out for them. When one real housewife insults another's vagina in the tabloids it's great for ratings (side note: people suck.) BUT the networks only want a certain kind of bad press. And unfortunately that's hard to predict or control, especially when they specificly cast people who lack self control and decorum.
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FTW: Harry Connick Jr.! <-----> WTF: Brooklyn Nine-Nine and all their awards.. and also.. Parker Young bit**ing!.. seriously... what's suburgatory?.. ahh w8... googled.. now i know.
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FTW : Trophy Wife, where Malin Ackerman was ripping the kids a new one. It was the bleeping and pixelation that elevated it to comedy gold
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Why the Brooklyn Nine-Nine hate tv.com? If Jim Parson , The Big Bang Theory or Modern Family had won, you'll probably say; 'every year, the same thing. This is ridiculous!" But something unexpected happens, like a show that you don't like or get get's an award, you're bashing those shows all over the place. Yes, I find Andy and Brooklyn Nine-Nine funny, and their awards are well deserved, but that's just my opinion (also still like TBBT asides all the hate as well). We don't need to watch a show more that 10 seasons to see if good or not! Most of the shows are the best in their first seasons (BTW, remember a show called "THE OFFICE"!?) I NEVER GOT THE SEINFELD SHOW. It was good, but not my thing. And I can't use that reason to say that the show sucks. Besides that everybody hates New York except newyorkers (hehe!), I don't see why are you so biased against it. I still like tv.com but sometimes, I don't get YOU...
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I think people's issue with Brooklyn Nine-Nine winning, is that it's fine. Just that. It's fine. It's not like there's impressive comedy gold to be found there (okay, Chelsea Peretti dancing was, admittedly, awesome). They could've given the award to Parks and Recreation, a legitimately great show. And giving Andy Samberg the award is just weird. I will give you that Brooklyn Nine-Nine is funny and sort of good at times, but every show has issues it struggles with - and at the moment Samberg's character is one of those things for B99. Plus - nah. You know what? I can't say anything else about Samberg winning, because it just reminds me that Tatiana Maslany didn't win her category. How did that even happen!?! How??? (I will stop now - Shut it down. Shut it down.)
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OK, I got your point there. Specially about Parks and Recreation. I love Brooklyn Nine Nine, but got to admit Parks and Recreation was waiting in line way before B99, and is another awesome comedy (But Amy Poehler FINALLY got justice this time with a well deserved GG ;) ). AND ABOUT TATIANA MASLANY!, you can't be more right. That woman is awesome. I wish this year she get the recognition she deserves.
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Brooklyn 99 is O.K. at best, but the sitcom field is pretty sparse this year. Not much to choose rom. Samburg is somewhat amusing; but Andre Braugher should have received the award. If only because his acting skills leave the rest of the cast in the dust.
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FTW: Looks like moderators did some surgical removal of a very mean-spirited troll's comments. Nicely done.
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While Enlisted isn't the best comedy out there, this week's episode was hilarious.

Parker Young was just straight up awesome as Randy, and his transformation into a "stone-cold killing machine" by his brother had me laughing non-stop.
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I watch Brooklyn 99. Its a great comedy but its no where near the best. GG was in Crazy Town this year.
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FTW: Person of Interest, The Blacklist, True Detective, SVU, Sleepy Hollow, and - I'm not ashamed to say it - Enlisted. Best comedy of the year in my opinion? Enlisted. It's actually heartwarming in addition to funny and the chemistry between the cast is fantastic. I still have some programs on the DVR, so that's all I'll say, for now.
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Andy Samberg the weakest ?! you couldn't be more wrong :(
he is my choice of the best comedy actor if it's up to me <3
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Bit rough on Andy Samburg. He's far from the weakest part of that show. He's quality.
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How about James Spader's Reddington calculated rampage this wek??!.. I dont know if he is a hero, antihero, anti..he owns his scenes!!.. and this week, they could have just deleted everyone else's scenes and i would have been okay..happier!!.
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FTW - This season's finale of of the underrated and almost unheard of "Betas".
And only 3 WTF's, come on guys, you know tv is worse than that.
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FTW- Modern Family had one of its strongest episodes in a long. The actress who played Alex did a great job.
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REALLY?
"Simply for the money"?
Up till now, the trilogy hasn't really received its deserved notoriety. It's often joked about being one of the lowest-grossing trilogies today. What really qualifies you to say what is "genius" and what isn't, honestly? With comments about how McConaughey should change his last name b/c it's, "too hard and long," along with calling Richard Linklater a, "wanker," I feel like you're hopelessly naive, at least in this aspect.

If you haven't seen the films then I recommend watching them. If they are not your cup of tea, that's fine. Just be sure to remain calm and realize that in this world your thoughts/opinions/tastes are not the same as others, and that doesn't diminish the quality or integrity of the films or any other person's thoughts/opinions/tastes.
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Andy Samberg is great! What is wrong with you people!
Also, like there is any other funny show out there right now.
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"Andy Samberg is great! What is wrong with you people!"

We're over the age of 12? And we have a brain?

"Also, like there is any other funny show out there right now."

You're confusing funny with stupid.
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Shield was a great episode I was waiting for this show to go from good to great hopefully they continue on this path of great episodes. I still love Ward he's warming up and developing and I just adore Skye. Enlisted was just as funny as ever, god I love the whole toy story lesson, it's sad but I will admit I tea red up abit near the end of toy story 3 when they were in the Ferness.
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While I agree that it might have been a bit early to give Brooklyn Nine-Nine these awards, they're still deserved. IMHO, this IS the funniest piece of television available right now. Most comedies tend to lose me pretty fast for being boring - this one didn't. So please move this from WTF to FTW ;-)
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Again no mention of POI, you guys are sucking at the WTF/FTW anymore... POI put out a great fun episode that also allowed us to bring Reese back into the fold.
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You really shouldn't be surprised. The end-of-year lists for the top ten "best shows" only included POI in one of them. And it didn't even make the top five, even though the three-part HR finale arc was widely considered to have been some of the best television in years. We now live in the era of Tumblr followings dictating which shows are "good."
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FTW
- Banshee's second episode as a whole, but the badass well-done fights in particular.
- Person of Interest: Yes, some parts were ridiculous, but it was fun! And Finch + Reese at the end was too cute!
- Blacklist: I'm still not big on the show as a whole -- still namely due to Agent Keen -- but Red/Spader still interests me every second he's on screen. His stuff this recent episode was great.
- Community: Again, the episode as a whole, but I'm still loving Goggins' straight delivery of: "To you I leave this bottle of fine scotch, so that you're less tempted to drink this cylinder of even finer sperm."
- Archer: I didn't actually laugh at any specific lines this time around, but I absolutely loved the Archer Vice montage near the end.


They're not really WTF-worthy for me because I don't hold either of them with much regard, but I'll complain anyway: I didn't care for either of the Amell-cousins' shows. Both episodes of Arrow and Tomorrow People were written pretty poorly.
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Thank you. Agent Keen blows.
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FTW Person of Interest. It finally got out of the post-Carter funk (and got Reese out of his post-Carter funk), reminding us that Reese is a wisecracking kickass. He's been somewhat lost in all the major Machine plot revelations this season, and on the backburner compared to Root, Sam, and Fusco. It was nice to see they finally remembered he's one of the two main characters.
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FTW: Fitz-Simmons all the way!
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FTW: Banshee (I could fill the page with reasons why it is FTW but it's already in my comments on the review)
FTW: ARCHER! love the reset
FTW: AHS
FTW: True Detective
FTW: The Blacklist
FTW: Supernatural (dean & crowley~woo hoo~that's going to be great)
FTW: POI
FTW: Sleepy Hollow
FTW: White Collar, Major Crimes, L&O:SVU

WTF: HELIX
WTF: The Mentalist
WTF: only one more season of Boardwalk Empire, Justified and The Newsroom
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I knew all I had to do was scroll down and you would make all the points I wanted to and I wouldn't have to write them out. Thanks V#s!!
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FTW: The Blacklist. Seeing Red off of his leash for an episode was just perfection. Whether he was politely asking Janice to calm down while shooting her husband, talking about an old childhood crush while threatening to light his listening audience on FIRE, or promising to take care of the family of his friend before he kills him, this episode was beyond words...NBC, more of this please!!
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FTW: The Blacklist, letting James Spader rule the roost for 44 minutes of a chain of death.
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FitzSimmons could have their own show!!!!!!!!!
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FTW-Loved Supernatural this week! Also really like Person of Interest, White Collar and Sleepy Hollow. I am one of the few apparently who was happy B-9-9 won for best comedy and best actor, although I do understand the backlash since it's a new show WTF--New Girl. Sigh. Can there please be one episode that is sex free in all aspects? It is so old and not funny. May quit watching soon.
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FTW: Community has a 'strong possibility' of renewal! :-D
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FTW Honorable Mention: Tree Trunks' and Mr. Pig's wedding on Adventure Time, featuring an unwelcome-and-very-angry-about-it LSP and the mysterious King of Ooo.
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FTW: Sleepy Hollow is back and it was awesome but it ends tomorrow with a 2 hour episode.
FTW: The Blacklist where Red showed everyone that he is no mister Nice guy when it comes to the people he cares about.
FTW: Every thing that was on the POI from the in flight movie to John taking names and cracking wise.
FTW: Psych where Lassie finds out that he is to become a Daddy.
FTW: White Collar is getting better as we are getting closer to the series finale.
FTW/WTF: The Mentalist writers for turning in a great episode but then they sideswipe us with a stupid complicated and confusing sub plot. We had already come to terms with saying good bye to Grace and Rigsbe. We weren't ready to see them come back again and then you bring in this stupid subplot that we all know is going to have to due with stupid and over done Red John. WHY We all Ask? Why do this to us?
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Whoever said Grace and Rigsby were gone? Who wasn't ready to see them come back? They're co-stars of the show!
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FTW: White Collar was really good this week. And, I didnt think it was possible, but, I think, somehow, Matt Bomer got even more good looking?
HIMYM: hilarious episode, I laughed almost throughout the whole thing

FTWTF: The Mindy Project, consistently good this season, brought back Casey (yay!), and is going on hiatus till April after this weeks episode? Not cool.

WTF: On a semi-related note to the above FTWTF, New Girl sucked quite a bit this week. (and most of this season). Barring last weeks episode, it's been one chuckle per episode since S3 began. I think it would benefit more from an extended hiatus more than Mindy.
What the eff is going on in Revenge? I can't make head nor tail of what they're trying to do. Thank God Nolan continues to be a shining light in the wreckage of what was once a great soap.
PLL is spinning the wheels yet again.

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I love Casey on the "Mindy Project", but what is this about it going on hiatus? I never heard about this...
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Seriously how is it possible that "Matt Bomer got even more good looking". I love the show and the eye candy just makes it better;-P
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I don't know either, but man he did somehow. If only he wasn't gay (and no I don't mean that in the homophobic "I hate gay people" way, I mean it in the "Damn he's so good looking I wish I was a man so I could have a chance to jump his bones" way. Just to clarify).
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I didn't think it was possible, but seriously, all through the episode I just kept getting distracted by his face. I dunno if he'd had a haircut, or gotten a bit more tan, or what, but, seriously, he was hotter.
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100% true!
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White Collar was very good and this season has been pretty great overall. Though I did call the whole 'she's in on it' thing way early. Most of the time I just want Neal to ditch that over-bearing do-gooder Peter, run off and start over somewhere new, perhaps joining the Leverage team and living happily ever after.... but still, the season has been especially strong.
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Much better than last season and the whole "my father is a terrible human being" storyline. I'm a bit worried cos we've had no word on a season 6, there's 2 episodes left till the finale, and it looks like they're wrapping things up for good. Also, season 5 is way reduced in episode count.
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Im surprised the outrage and backlash of the How I Met Your Mother Episode didn't make the WTF section
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FTW: Matthew McConaughey's performance on True Detective
WTF: The whole episode of HIMYM
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FTW: True Detective. Matthew and Woody are simply amazing.

FTW: Banshee. The true "welcome back" episode that featured some badass sexy women.

FTW/WTF: AHS: Coven. It's still entertaining, but it is kind of losing me.
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FTW/WT_ - Captain Cragen's goodbye to the squad on Law & Order: SVU. It was a nice farewell, but unexpected. Some of us didn't see it coming. We need to prepare our hearts for these kinds of things.

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Such a nice farewell but he'll be deeply missed for sure!!
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FTWTF - ARROW'S BACK! ...With a bit of a crawl.

FTWTF - SLEEPY HOLLOW'S BACK! ...And it ends tomorrow??
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FTW- The Blacklist. Red is "no more Mr. Nice Guy" and kills almost everyone that was involved with his abduction and the resulting death of his female bodyguard. Up to that point he's only killed in defense of himself or Lizzie, but here he actively tracks down the paramedic, bankers, anyone even remotely involved with Anslo's attack... and flat out murders them. (except the innocent wife of one of the bankers, who he just politely puts in a closet.)

-Supernatural- Crowley is tasked with expelling Gadreel, the angel who killed Kevin, out of Sam, and succeeds... then has a war of words with Abaddon. SOOOO glad Abbie made an active appearance on this show, and I love how physically, Crowley's no match for the psychotic demon, so instead he's going to hit Abbie where it hurts- her minions. Vote for Crowley.

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-How I Met Your Mother- the best, pure comedic slap-bet episode of the show. I LOVE Marshall's story of the three masters of the slap arts and especially the slapping tree. What I hate were the promos- they billed it as the last slap, but after it was over Marshall screamed "ONE MORE LEFT!" With all the ridiculous hype to this slap, the last one is gonna be... quaint.

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Dracula- Drac declares all out war against the Order of the Dragon (the antagonists of the show) and brazenly leads a slaughter in a billiard room. Even Renfield (who right now seems to be the only sane man on the show, ironic given the character he's based on) thinks this idea is stupid and calls him out on it MULTIPLE times. Also, Johnathan Harker, after killing one of the guys of the Order who ordered an attack on his fiance, joins the Order because the plot said so. Dracula's been really hit or miss these days. This episode was definitely a miss.

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FTW - Danny Pino's performance on Law & Order: SVU. The awards committees need to take notice of him.
Amy Poehler winning a GG and Amy & Tina Fey hosting. Another great opening.
WT_ - The tech crew at the Golden Globes were still in rehearsals during the ceremony. They just about have everything ready...
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Archer was definitely a FTWTF for me. I'm not sure that the funniest animated comedy on TV needed a reboot, but as long as they keep the cast and crew I'll take it. However, hitting us with a clip show-slash-trailer for a season opener is... a really, really weird move.
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WTF: No recaps of Psych or Being Human
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Apparently someone dies next episode of S.H.I.E.L.D. I'm betting it's Skye, since the show has been setting up really great stuff but the payoffs are ALWAYS disappointing.
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I'm hoping it's Ward. The show would be so much better if they can redo that character.
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I hadn't heard that, but if someone does die, I really doubt it'll be Skye. SHIELD doesn't have the cable balls to make a move like that. Or if she does "seemingly" die, they'll just find out that she has some sort of invincible superpower and she'll be revived.
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Oh God, don't tease me like that! I'm gonna be devestated if she doesn't die this week now!
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CALLED IT!
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Haven't seen it yet, but I hope it's a permanent death!!
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Yup, TD a real cut above all the other crime show bollocks like ***:Cow's Ass, Iowa.
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FTW:
- The montage during the last four minutes or Archer. Probably one of the best bits of Archer ever.
WTF:
- Black Sails. DId not like it. Huge let-down. So boring. And I was so waiting to see Jessica Parker Kennedy on screen again, but then her character's accent was unbearable.
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I'm so with you - the Archer montage was AMAZING!
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True Detective chews up, spits out the serial-killer genre

Immediately thought about the McNulty quote from the Wire : "They can chew you up, but they gotta spit you out" (watched that episode yesterday)
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FTW: Community and Person of Interest both continue their hot streaks with some very entertaining episodes. Community handled both the death of Pierce and the beginning of the Troy's departure very well, and Person of Interest gave a very satisfying conclusion to the "sulking Reese" character arc.
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I guess you realize that you just promoted the article again? I had to jump right over and read it after I read your comment, since you didn't give details.
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Well I guess someone removed it now. Thanks TV.com!
I didn't think I needed to give details since it was promoted to the home page.
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I was talking about my original comment but it appears to be back now. ????
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The Archer premiere was great, and the "flash forward" (?) to "scenes from this season" (?) were super duper. I'm stoked for this season!
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True detective is a treat.

WTF/FTW
Helix.
Is this a good show? Is it making fun of itself (which would explain crazy title music)? Or is it just one messed up confusion wrapped in black ink, wrapped in arctic ice where it should stay?

WTF
Arrow sets aside all other characters and the epizode story in order to push Laurel Lance as...something...
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Huh? Laurel was almost irrelevant as usual. All she did was to track down a person. They certainly didn't set aside the other characters or the episode story.

I agree about Helix.

I haven't checked out True Detective yet, but I will.
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COMMUNITY. Best show ever.
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