FTW vs. WTF: The TV Week in Review (June 9)

As Person of Interest's Harold Finch likes to say, "You are being watched" But this time he's serious. The government is listening to your phone calls, reading your emails, and intercepting your text messages. But is it also watching you through the television? The zero research we've done says YES, so we suggest sitting really far to the side so they can't see you. Take that, FBI! You may spy on our preferred choice of seating while watching our favorite shows, but you'll never take our freeeeeedom! And with that nonsensical intro, let's review what was good and not so good on television this week. 


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Arya Stark's Vine response to the Red Wedding

After Game of Thrones' ripped our hearts out with that now-infamous scene, the darling Maisie Williams posted an odd but adorable reaction to the video-sharing site. This kid!


Unmute the sound and click the image to play the clip—and beware of spoilers, of course! 




Samuel L. Jackson is the One Who Knocks

Guess we know who's a Breaking Bad fan! The Hotspacho Man himself took a stab at Heisenberg's infamous speech and the result is pretty tasty. We prefer his "path of the righteous man" ramble, but this is a close second. Plus, we know Bryan Cranston has seen this video and loves it, so we're waiting for his "There's too many damn snakes on this motherf*cking plane!" reply.




America's Got Talent returns with a pair of matter-of-fact new judges

One of our favorite summer freakshows returned Tuesday night with ex-Victoria's Secret Angel Heidi Klum and ex-Spice Girl Mel B replacing Sharon Osbourne on the judges panel, and both women seem to be pretty delightful—and more importantly, decisive—additions to the roster. No more tiptoeing around contestants' feelings like Sharon used to do, even if Mel B. does exude strong I'm-just-here-for-the-paycheck vibes.




People sure handle their drugs differently on Mad Men

Last Sunday's episode of Mad Men featured one of the show's lesser excursions to California; for the first time, it felt like we were watching a mediocre TV representation of "the late 1960s." But with that said, Don's hash-induced meltdown was fascinating. Of course, his little dip in the pool was later topped by Pete's exasperated decision to put his personal and professional frustrations aside and just chill with a joint, man.




Jon Stewart's final Daily Show before he goes Hollywood

In his final hosting gig until September 4, J-Stew featured a great piece on New York's bike-share program, delivered a heartfelt goodbye while reminding us why his summer project (a movie about injustice in Iran) is so important, and let his substitute host John Oliver crash his Moment of Zen.



Conan chats with Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin


There are mild spoilers in the video, but no specifics. 

You may hate Martin after watching "The Rains of Castamere," but we love how much enjoyment he gets out of seeing people suffer. Conan and Martin discussed that suffering, and Conan showed him some viewer reactions to the Red Wedding. Our favorite? Definitely the shirtless, "You knew about his the whole time?!" guy.




Under the Dome's effective advertising
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Wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! As Andy said on Twitter, it's the "Jurassic Bark" of promo art.



Thanks to TV.com user @jamesbond for the F-T-W-T-F .GIF!



Game of Thrones' Red Wedding

The ultimate FTW/WTF moment. Equally devastating and glorious, it probably hit viewers harder than the printed version hit readers with the addition of extra carnage. The tears will forever roll, but you have to hand it to George R.R. Martin... he knows how to keep fans on their toes. And let's not forget how great the rest of the episode was, too. 



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Syfy's Exit should do exactly that

We had higher hopes for this based-on-a-Japanese-game-show competition series, which promised to pit its contestants against a veritable obstacle course of "mind-bendingly diabolical" rooms. Sadly, it turned out to be mind-bindingly boring.





Why doesn't anybody want Happy Endings?


The sitcom was dumped by ABC even though it was loved by critics. We thought USA Network would save it, but the channel decided to pass. Everyone seems to like this show (yes, the ratings say otherwise, but scheduling was partly to blame for that), so why won't someone step in and keep it alive?




The dull debut of ABC's Mistresses

We didn't expect ABC's latest summer drama to be particularly "good," but the promo department presented the show as if it'd at least be soapy, trashy fun. Unfortunately, it turns out that watching unhappy people cheat on each other, only to become more unhappy, isn't particularly fun to watch.




Salon takes the spoiler issue about as far as possible

An article on the site claims that changes in HBO's parental warnings—you know, those things that say the program contains "nudity," "violence," and "adult language"—constitute spoilers. As opposed to those episodes of Game of Thrones that are all about love and hugs?



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

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I've never experienced such a moment like after watching TRW. GOT is the first series to pull that off, therefore GOT FTW, hands down!
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well bracing myself for the loooong 9 months again as what northerners would say... Winter is coming.
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Aww yep, that Under the Dome pic got me... So sad! Well done, UtD Art Dept.
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Happy endings was just ot as entertaining as some critics said it was hence the absence of an audience.
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IMO this week's FTW/WTF should have been devoted in full to the red wedding - it was brutal... Robb and babymamma were never going to have a happy ending but for all of them to be slaughtered like that...
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THANK YOU for having the stones to start this week's WTF with the commentary on the hideous spying on US civilians that the Bush and Obama administrations have been and continue to do. Like you, I immediately thought of POI and especially it's opening segment. It's not fiction any more.
PS - I wonder how the new found reality will affect POI in season 3...
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POI isn't real!?!?!? You Lie!
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FTW - Mel B joining the AGT judging pannel
WTF - Heidi Klum joining the AGT judging pannel
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How about WTF: why does Game of Thrones only have 10 episodes anyway. Seriously, we can't get 13!
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Isn't that HBO--they don't do that...
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Not always. The Sopranos always had 13 episode seasons for example. Entourage did at least 12 every year. True Blood has always had 12 or 13. Game of Thrones got picked up as a 10 episode series originally, there's no reason they couldn't expand it as it became more popular, especially considering how much material they need to get through as the books progressed. I also find it hard to believe that with the amount of time between seasons that writing or filming would be too much, considering transcribing the source material is much simpler than making it up as they go along. It's not too much to ask.
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Maybe it is too much to ask. These people--all TV stations--do it their way, and couldn't really care less what we want. It's all about the money, and if they made significantly more by doing 13, they would. But to us, more is always better. Be thankful enough people like it to keep it going. A lot of good shows don't make it...
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Its because of budgeting reasons. It was initially planned to be a 12 episode per season series, but when the expenditure of all the props and effects was taken into consideration, it was reduced to 10 episodes per season
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I sort of meant it as a backwards compliment. As in I love the show and would like to see more. I apologize if it came off as a complaint, it was intended to be more light-hearted than that, as I'm sad it's over for another 10 months.
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Big WTF: Tonight will begin another 9 1/2 month wait for more GoT.
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yes, but Agent of SHIELD is starting.Does that help?
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FTW: Orphan Black's Tatiana Maslany's interview by that Great Samaritan, Tim Surette.
Hip Hip hooray, for he's a jolly fellow, he's a jolly fellow, he's a jolly fellow, which nobody can deny.
FTW ( Crossing Fingers) Cory Barker reviewing BANSHEEEEEEEEEEE,Season Two.
FTW: Teen Wolf new season.
FTW:Red Wedding, read about it, but still well acted and well filmed.
FTW:The Killing.I just feel it in my guts, it will not disappoint.


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Anything covered by The Soup plus Gigolos which wasn't that week and especially anything involving the Kardashians.This is a forever WTF.
WTF: I am with Vicky on this one: Leave George M. Martin alone. Jesus Christ said it: Ye, Who Cast The First Stone....,which stands whatever your views otherwise. The day anyone can create a world as he did and let it come to life in novel form as he did, will they have the right to even gasp a wrong word at GMM. Runts, I say!
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RE: the killing - i thought the 2 episodes of the new season were excellent, concentrating more on the case with less melodrama (the victims family =, the political race etc which dragged the first season ) and as long as they keep this direction, then its looking good
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I agree as long as they can keep up with the pace of Forbrydelsen, I am fine.
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FTW: Continuum anyone???
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Absolutely...
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i greatly appreciate your continued support for happy endings tv.com!!! it goes without saying i completely agree! it's mind blowing to me how such a brilliant series is going to be lost for good.. i guess we can take comfort in the fact we got 3 seasons and not 1 like with firefly but somehow even that doesn't make it alright.
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It's never alright when something you love goes down for no apparent reason. For me it was Human Target. This was such a wonderful uncomplicated show that kicked ass every week, with the perfect cast. Happy endings was certainly worthy and will be replaced by mostly crap, and that's never alright with me...
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i agree with you on human target, while i didn't enjoy it as much as happy endings/firefly and some of my all time favorites... i usually get bored by action but it was done really well to where i didn't get bored by it at all and it had alot of great guest actors (autumn reeser/lennie james, etc) and solid comedy moments added in.
there's been far, far too many great series cancelled too soon.
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Amen, brother...
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FTW: The return of Teen Wolf, my sexy summer affair while my mercurial true love TVD is off season
FTW/WTF: Scott on Teen Wolf looking so damn fine this season, I'm conflicted because I feel like i'm cheating on stiles. :(
WTF: The premier of really terrible reality shows like 'Pretty Wicked Moms', and 'Long Island Princesses' Bleh.
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Game of Thrones FTW.

From beginning to end, it was an unforgettable episode.
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I haven't even started GoT, what with the backlog I have. It's going to be impossible to avoid spoilers from this point forward, isn't it? Crud.
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I know, I'm just starting season 2 and trying desperately to avoid spoilers but afraid I'm not going to be very successful. Barely even skimming the comments here because I know people will want to talk about it...wish I could join in!
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FTW: Game of Thrones. I mean everything, from the devastating Red Wedding, to Martin's response to the trauma, to William's adorable reaction video. Game of Thrones ruled the week!

On a side note, I enjoyed the black Walter White.
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I dunno, I don't watch it--perhaps I should. But I've read everything and I still don't know what happened on Red Wedding, but I heard it was big--lotta pissed off people and such...
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Watching the reactions to the latest GoT has been amusing. It was a real watershed moment in the book as well (13 years old as it may be at this point); people had similarly extreme reactions.

After you've experienced it, it kind of becomes a schadenfreude thing. The best therapy is cackling while other unsuspecting people witness it :)
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WTF : in gaming/voice acting news
Kiefer Sutherland Replacing David Hayter As The Voice Of Solid Snake from Metal Gear Solid Game Series
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I thought Solid Snake was basically dead ( He had only a few months to live at the end of MGS4) and the series was going to focus on the adventures of Raiden in the "present day" and Big Boss in the 70s.
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Great, so all of Snake's dialog will now be in a loud whisper. A-la 24's Jack B
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FTW: Everything GoT. Maisie Williams' Vine video and the Red Wedding. Seriously that wedding..
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FTW-
GoT obviously
Hannibal
The Killing - i could forgive them for season 1 if season 3 stays at this quality level

FTW/WTF-
Michael Weston now has a beard
A zombie extra from the Walking Dead trying to keep her gun in her "cold dead hands" by sending poison to politicians

WTF -
No response from Cory Barker on whether or not he will review season 2 of BANSHEEEEE!

The amount of hate spewed towards George R.R. Martin, HBO and people for the last episode of GoT - stuff like "Never going to watch again","My wife is traumatized", "i dont want my kids to see this", "disgusted", "George RR Martin should be ashamed" etc.
Seems these viewers were happy to watch all the previous episodes (with the sex, violence, torture, incest, beheadings, kidnappings, bad language and burning children) with wife and kids - but show one arranged marriage and they're offended

Fisting werewolf twins on Teen Wolf



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Michael Weston w/ beard. what if it itches when he has to fire his gun at someone to save his life.Can you imagine, he can be killed because of that beard. Tssss tssss tssss. Down with the suicidal beard!!!! Who's with me?
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the beard supplied is non itchy and bulletproof
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That's what you say, there is no guarantee they are itch-free. you have no idea how easy it is to have lice when you work as a spy, always in these bars, these sleazy empty warehouses, and all that.As for the bulletproof, I am ready to believe you, with all them hair gel ads out there.
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we have 2 hands;-)
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He uses a hand for the itch,the other for the gun, loses his concentration and is dead! Dead, I tell ya!!!!!!!! Kaput.
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that could be my list except for a couple tweaks

I couldn't get beyond season 1 of The Killing. If season 2 & 3 are better then maybe I'll try it again

FTW:
GoT~ powerful writing by George R.R. Martin and the writers of the show
Hannibal
SYTYCD

I'd put the fisting werewolves in FTW/WTF category~~otherwise the same FTW/WTF and WTF

big WTFs are the lack of an answer by Cory about season 2 BANSHEEE!!!!!!!! and for Tim not telling Tatianna about the grassroots movement to get this site to review Orphan Black.

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"The amount of hate spewed towards George R.R. Martin, HBO and people for the last episode of GoT - stuff like "Never going to watch again","My wife is traumatized", "i dont want my kids to see this", "disgusted", "George RR Martin should be ashamed" etc.
Seems these viewers were happy to watch all the previous episodes (with the sex, violence, torture, incest, beheadings, kidnappings, bad language and burning children) with wife and kids - but show one arranged marriage [and deaths of some boring characters this season] and they're offended"

quote by GC but I added the stuff in the [brackets] about deaths of boring characters since they were fairly boring this season imo
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You could actually start watching the killing from season 3 - same detectives - just better written, different story and so far no political or family stuff (which was a drag in the first season for me)
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Thinking about taking your advice on this GC. Bailed on season 1 after 3 episodes but didn't hate it...
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People said the same thing after this latest finale of Hell on Wheels. Screw em.
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Will someone PLEASE #SaveHappyEndings!! I'm looking at u TBS.
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Probably not...
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I don't even pay attention to parental warnings most of the time.

FTW: the reaction to the Red Wedding, and GRRM's evil laughter.

WTF: this is a wtf for tonight - GoT season finale is on at the same time as Falling Skies premiere. (I am old fashioned, I like to watch tv live!) At least HBO reruns GoT several times so I think I can squeak it all in.
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Or get a DVR :-)

But yeh: most cable offerings I've seen give HBO along with HBO West and such. So if you miss it on the "East" version you can catch it on the "West" one. Plus they tend to rerun it later in the week. And sometimes later that evening.

Also, you have HBO-Go. But I don't recall how quickly episodes are placed on there.
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Technically parental warnings do give a hint as to what will happen in the show, but most people have grown to ignoring them. You know that any episode of Game of Thrones will have nudity, violence and swearing.
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PRICE IS BACK! FTW
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WTF- Price's show on Amazon didnt get picked up.
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I am sorry for that; but I'm so happy he's back here where he's appreciated.
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Actually, parental warnings do constitute mild spoilers. When I watched "Orphan Black" I could always make a pretty informed guess on what was going to happen with the Paul story based on the presence/absence of "sexual content" warning.
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Now that I've seen Sam Jackson do Heisenberg's I'm the one who knocks speech, I want to see Alison Haislip do it.
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Happy Endings :(
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Nobody wants Happy Endings because the quality had severly dropped from the first season... Seriously people stop living on the nostalgia of the first Thirteen episodes and be happy that the show ended before any more damage could be done to the characters you love.
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Eh? The show had consistently improved on quality and was in its prime by the end of the 3rd season. The more we know about these characters, the sharper the humor and the faster the jokes come.
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What? The first season was easily the weakest. Season 3 was the most consistently funny thing on TV this season.
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This is the first I've heard of this.
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I know FOX loves to cancel good shows, but they should definitely pick Happy Endings up! It would fit great with New Girl.
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FTW: THE VENTURE BROS returns with an extended episode that was so brillant, it should have been shown in movie theatres all over the world and later this year get nominated for an animation Oscar, which it would win next year.
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Yep, this was a glaring omission from the "official" FTW list. For a show that had been off the air for two and a half years (!), they sure came back strong. It's so great to finally have this back again.
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Well said, I couldn't agree more.
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George R.R. Martin loves making characters suffer. Read his Wild Cards series and his Great and Powerful Turtle pieces. "Winter's Chill" in WC2: Aces High is one of the most depressing stories ever.
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I kinda liked Exit, actually. At least it was actual hard trivia questions. It even took me 2-3 clues to get the Sherlock Holmes/James Bond ones in the sand pit contest.
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FTW:

Revolution season's final - they finally turned on the light! Rachel is still alive and she will return in season 2! Yay!

The Killing returns for season 3 with a very good first episode and a promising new case. Linden & Holder FTW!

Warehouse 13 - HG Wells returns for one last time. I would prefer her to end up with Myka, but it's good they gave her a closure.

Price returns to tv.com to review season 3 of Teen Wolf

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GoT - first Jon dumped poor Ygritte and then they murdered Talisa and Catelyn. I'm still mad about it.
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FTW: Anythony Bourdains CNN show. Especially the Libya episode but after watching the whole series I found that nowadays even CNN has a show I'll watch. (first MTV, then Sundance, now CNN, wtf?!)

WTF: Carlos's reaction to reveal on Continuum (the newest episode of the newest season). What a child. It made Castle look like the most grown up man alive by comparison. And thats saying something.

FTW: SYTYCD. One of the best show son tv, I dont care what anyone says (especially tv.com writers in their other articles) WTF for bashing the ratings in one of the news articles. But back to the FTW, this season has some incredible talent. This show has some incredible talent, and if people cannot take an hour of dance and all the work that goes into it each week then they can hope on the hot tamale train straight to hell.

FTW/WTF: Masterchef Australia being back is great. But the tweak in format is horrible and the contestants seem even worse. Every season I can rely on several favorites as well as some wonderful (and talented) eye candy. Not seeing that so far this year.

WTF: Americas Got Talent make this list. The most overproduced, scripted 'talent compeititon' with the worst set of judges on any show on television. Its effing horrible. And SYTYCD got bashed? Seriously who thinks of this shit? At least put the British version on the list instead as they actually had some talent with several of the child contestants, as well as Attraction and the singing group whos name I cant remember off the top of my head

FTW: Discovery Channels Mile Wide Tornado special. Great video, sad the chasers lost their lives and the tour through the Moore school shows how frightened those kids must have been.

FTW: Outlander getting picked up. If it gets the same production values as GOT (which it wont but even somewhere close would be great) this will be the next big thing so instead of waiting for the finale Im asking that TV.com go ahead and assign someone to it immediately.

It was mostly a ho-hum week of tv with several shows finishing up and the summer stuff starting. like TEEN WOLF! FTW!
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I work really hard ever week too. That doesn't make watching me good television. One of the best things about being divorced is not having to watch SYTYCD (though there are many, that's near the top of the list).
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FTW too for the Veronica Mars movie going into production this month with Percy Daggs III and Chris Lowell reprising their roles.

WTF for Tim's negative review of In The Flesh and thus people deciding to pass on it. In The Flesh is the Rectify of zombies. Hell they even deal with the same subject matter. Its one of the most original ideas on television and deserves a watching by people with a brain and an appreciation for some superb camera-work and production.
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I haven't read the review yet because I don't want to be spoiled. So I should watch then? I'm assuming there aren't any actual scares, it's more zombie character drama?
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LOL, another list taker! I have one on my laptop, a back up on my external hard drive (back up thingy--obviously not a computer person here) and have such obsessive compulsive tendencies that I take pictures with my I phone of that huge list of shows to watch. I've "lost" lists before so now I'm super careful....LOL.

I just finished Broadchurch--excellent, powerful, mystery/drama (BBC) heartbreaking--more heartbreaking to me then the fictional/fantasy setting of GoT but GoT is a better show (totally different show but just comparing the melodramatic devastation of the Red Wedding to a show set in normal life--riveting mystery and not predictable--fascinating seeing the effect on the people/families/town)
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Haha yep I also keep a literal list on my computer & a copy on my external hard drive. Though I haven't taken pictures of my list LOL ;)

Broadchurch sounds good. Added to the list!
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no scares except for mild ones that are his memories/dreams of when he was a zombie.
It's a drama (more like Rectify then TWD).
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It was already on the (ever, ever growing) list, now it just moved higher!

Not that I would mind some more zombie scares to hold me over til TWD starts, but I like the idea of zombie character study.
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I knew I forgot something!
WTF: the negative review of In the Flesh
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Also FTW--TV Dot Com staffers doing some amazing articles during TV's deadest week of the year. Most notably, Mary Anne's Continuum and power ratings review, Ryan's take on the premier of Burn Notice and Tim's homoerotic Revolution article on Miles and batshit crazy Monroe's bro-mance. Had a lot of fun on your site this week, guys. Thanks to the rest of you as well--Thank fucking god FTW...
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Seconded. The Revolution finale review and the analysis on the homoeroticism teeming in the Miles/Monroe relationship were just awesomeness. I also found the Network Power Rankings End-of-the-Season Edition to be full of surprises (NBC, who knew?) though admittedly we may have been a tad overzealous in comments in the campaign to rally support for Banshee Episode Reviews.
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"tad overzealous"...insert evil LOL
:->
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I actually don't care if anyone reviews Banshee. You guys convinced me to watch it and I'm in. The reviews can only be good, so I don't need that. And as we've seen, we can discuss whatever we want in any article, and that's the FTW of the matter...
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FTW--I'm watching the Conan thing with George R. R. Martin on my computer and my wife pipes up and says, "Hey, that's George R. R. Martin, I know him." So she tells me the story. It was 1982 when Fevre Dream was released and there was a book signing in either Sherman Oaks or Van Nuys on Ventura Blvd. at some now defunct sci-fi bookstore. She expected a big crowd but loved the book so much she just had to go anyway. When she arrived the bookstore was empty save for the owner and George R. R. Martin who were having a quiet conversation. She seemed embarrassed and said that she was probably in the wrong place--not recognizing George at first as the book jacket picture was kind of small. Well, they pulled her up a chair and the three talked for the next three hours, and of course she got her book signed--which she just showed me. How awesome is that?!?!
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THX for sharing this! George is great, now and then.
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That's pretty awesome. He seems like a chill dude. Likes talking to the fans. He even does interviews for tiny things like The Sword and Laser book club. This is probably why the book series remains unfinished.
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And just the epicness of it all. When Martin was a writer on twilight zone he had to wrap up stories in that small time frame. This made him want to write something that could go on forever and hence GoT was born.
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Oh please if HBO didn't have those warnings all those crazy people who are all "MY CHILD WAS WATCHING GOT AND THERE WAS A BOOB AND NOW HE"S SCARRED FOR LIFE!!!!!!!!" would be all over them.
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depends on the type of boob i guess - ones with piercing's can actually scar you
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You mean the Honey Boo Boo watchers of the world wouldn't like that? I guess not...
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They probably can't even watch that. Honey Boo Boo likes to lift up her shirt and expose her stomach and that's inappropriate. They watch reruns of 7th Heaven. I like the episode where Lucy(?) dresses like a hoe and goes to the mall and the mom catches her! Lesson Learned!
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Someone should say something clever that insults honey boo boo viewers, that show, and that car crash wedding by mentoning something about GOT's red wedding!
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i would like George R.R. Martin to write a red wedding version of honey boo boo
"hey yall, whatcha doin with them there crossbows at a wedding"
"hey festus, them there musical diddlers be pointing arrows at yer kin!"
"that guys got a knife pointed at yer sister/wife's belly!"
SPLAT!!
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Ya know Grumpy, if the BAU isn't somehow looking for you, they probably should be. But till they do finally catch you, stick around. Your comments are warped and legen--wait for it--dary...
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Typographical errors...I know....
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Nobody that matters cares about a few typos...
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I like George R.R. Martin's signature look. If Santa delivered Christmas gifts driving a freight train, he would look exactly like Martin.
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FTW: The Red Wedding
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