FTW vs. WTF: The TV Week in Review (March 16)

The hardest part of assembling this weekly collection of the best and worst things about television isn't trying to remember what stood out from the rest. It isn't recalling the bad bits. It isn't even assembling the artfully handcrafted .GIFs that we have to make frame-by-frame. It's writing this introduction! What current events can we tie in? How long does an intro have to be? Can't we just get it done so we can get on with our lives? Why does it take so long to write? Oh hey, we just wrote an introduction! Sweet. And now here's what we liked and didn't like about TV this week...




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Mrs. Krabappel's last laugh

At the end of "The Man Who Grew Too Much," The Simpsons' officially said goobye to the late Marcia Wallace's Edna Krabappel as Flanders reminisced over a dance class they'd taken together and Mrs. K. let out one final whoop. Awwwwww, Flanders!! We miss her, too.


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Trophy Wife's blast from the past


Most of the flashbacks in ABC's Tuesday comedy block belong to The Goldbergs, but this week's episode of Trophy Wife cleaned out the garage—literally—and unearthed a few gems of its own: Namely, wedding videos from Pete's first two knot-tyings. The episode was a great start to the show's two-part Kate-and-Pete-have-an-actual-wedding arc, and we can't wait to see the whole extended family participate in next week's nuptials.


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Outer space, television's MVP of the week

While it may be the final frontier, outer space hasn't exactly been thriving in fictional programming these days (except for maybe on The Neighbors, does that count?). That's kinda sad, since between rovers on Mars, asteroids and meteorites zooming past and into Earth, and astronauts on the International Space Station doing everything they can to draw attention away from Earth, it seems like we're primed for more space programming. So praise be to two non-fictional programs centered on space. First there was the terrific and inspiring premiere of Cosmos: A Space Time Odyssey on Fox (not to mention every cable channel owned by 21st Century Fox that doesn't center on sports). And then there was National Geographic's Live from Space special, which featured two hours of broadcasting—LIVE!—from NASA in Houston and the International Space Station, the latter of which is about 250 miles above the planet. In a time when vampires and witches and zombies are all the rage, it's nice to know that TV can still make room for this sort of thing.


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Black Sails' pirate battle!

We'd seen a few ship-boardings throughout the first season, but the finale of Starz's swashbuckling drama gifted us with a full-on naval battle. Okay, it wasn't the big showdown between The Walrus and The Urca that we expected, but it was still awesome. And now we're even more confused about what's going on in Captain Flint's head, after seeing his actions on board. R.I.P. The Ranger, which took a full load of cannonballs to the explosive area!


FTW:

Helix put a rat in a microwave

Was it really necessary to put a rat in a microwave? No. Are we glad Helix did it? Yes. This is why you have to poke some holes in a rat before you put it on HIGH for two minutes, guys.


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Craig Pelton, peanut-clad freestyle rapper

Community's Dean spit hot fire on Thursday night, and his performance instantly became a season highlight.


FTW:

Banshee closes out Season 2 with flashbacks and a whole lotta bullets


In its second season, the Cinemax thriller evolved into a more assured and ultimately better show, and everything really came together in Friday's bloody finale. The concluding episode made great use of a flashback structure that filled in some important information about Hood and Carrie's pasts, said goodbye to a few important supporting characters, and set the stage for what should be a tumultuous Season 3.


FTW:

The Mosby Boys (sort of) solved the case on How I Met Your Mother


For weeks we'd been wondering where Lily disappeared to after her fight with Marshall, especially since when she returned she'd suddenly changed her mind about moving to Rome. This week, Ted used his powers of deduction to discover that she'd gone to see the Captain... and then proceeded to jump to all the wrong conclusions, including that she was smoking again. But it's okay, because in the end it led to the revelation that Lily's pregnant! Yay, babies! Also, now we're just really glad to know why Lily was drinking so much all weekend and not getting drunk. We're no longer jealous of her tolerance! Double yay!


FTW:

The Veronica Mars movie is everything we could've asked for


This week, all eyes (okay, maybe not ALL eyes, but surely a lot of them) were on the Veronica Mars movie, waiting to see whether the famously Kickstarted film would soar to new heights or crash and burn. Thankfully, it was exactly what it needed to be: a fun, witty return to Neptune that featured all of the characters we came to know and love over the course of the series. It really felt like an extension of the show, a longer episode that continued where the finale left off, and it was as easy to fall back into Veronica's world as it was for Veronica to return to the life of a private eye. Bravo, Veronica Mars, it's nice to see you haven't actually gone soft like a marshmallow.




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True Detective ends beautifully, enigmatically

Half the internet was in awe of True Detective's happy ending, pleased with the character arcs of Hart and Cohle and the moody atmosphere of the monster at the end of the nightmare's twiggy haunted house. The other half demanded answers and felt ripped-off because they'd worked themselves into an unreasonable frenzy by over-examining what turned out to be a more straightforward series than they thought. Thankfully, most TV.com readers thought True Detective wrapped things up spectacularly. You guys are smart.




WTF:

Scandal shot someone, but who was it? DAMMIT, WHO WAS IT?!

Look, we all know TV loves its cliffhangers, and while leaving us hanging on finding out who Jake shot—David (POOR DAVID!) or James (POOR JAMES!)—was both cruel and exciting, it was mostly cruel. Scandal, all we can say is: "YUM YUM, CRISPY PIGGY! YUM YUM!"


WTF:

The KGB might have assigned a teenager to spy on Paige


Think of the children! Now this is JUST speculation, but Philip mentioned at the outset of "The Walk In" that the KGB would assign an agent to monitor the Jennings children while he and Elizabeth chased space plans. Next thing you know, Paige is taking a bus out of town to investigate Helen Leavis and ends up chatting up a girl her age about the difficulties of parental separation. Coincidence, or is "Kelly" working for the Mother Land? Was the spy Helen Leavis? What is going on even?


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Reign F'd someone out a window

Reign managed to defenestrate an Archduchess mid-coitus, by which we mean to say a lady got humped out a window (by accident). Holy hell, this show.


WTF:

Everyone hates Juan Pablo

This Bachelor season's "After the Final Rose" special saw what looked like genuine emotion cross the face of Chris Harrison when Juan Pablo invoked his "right to privacy" after ABC shuttled him and his 30 favorite gal pals on a sweet six-week tour of Asia and the Caribbean. Not since the Kennedy-Nixon debates has the entire country been so unanimous on pronouncing a TV moment "awkward as heeeell." God, what a piece of garbage he turned out to be. You dodged a bullet, Clare!!


WTF:

Every Once Upon a Time 'ship can now share a huge laugh


Emma's first canon romance with a character in the (continuous) timeline of the show was with an Evil Flying Monkey! Embarrassing, girl.


WTF:

Amazon raises the price of Prime

The online retailer has spent the last year developing better pilots and purchasing current programs (HannibalThe AmericansUnder the Dome) in an attempt to position its Instant Video service as a true competitor for Hulu and Netflix. But this week, the company announced that it's jacking up the price of Amazon Prime, the subscription service that gives customers full access to Instant Video. While the move might help compensate for ever-increasing shipping costs, it's a step backward for Amazon, the online television distributor.


WTF:

Revenge's latest soapy bombshell lands with a thud


Sorry, but now you're telling us that Stevie Grayson, Conrad's first wife, is Jack's mother? OH HELL NO.


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


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WTF?? - No new episode of Supernatural this week.
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FTW: Looking-- Great season finale for a great first season. I absolutely adore that show and I'm so glad it got picked up for a second season.
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FTW-Helix....for making us addicted to cheesy television!
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How can you not mention Mickey Milkovich's character development from Shameless!! He's been MVP this season and last episode was just his crowning moment (not to say that everyone else wasnt awesome as always)
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Yes this! I love how his relationship with Ian is developing and because of it I want that Russian prostitute of a wife to begone!!

Sidenote- poor Fiona girl is just going through it and I love Carl and his new lil girlfriend
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WTF: "The KGB might have assigned a teenager to spy on Paige"

I don't think that that girl is a spy. According to TVLine, Paige is supposed to to develop an interest in organized religion, something that will infuriate Elizabeth. And that arc continues up until the season finale. Probably, that girl will introduce Paige into a cult.
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My WTF of the year is to Cory Barker who asked us to provide questions for the Banshee interview and ignored them all. How could you do that to the fans of Tv.com and Banshee.
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I don't know if this counts because it is on today but
FTW: Siobhan and Burton from Banshee are both on Believe
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BOOO to those hating the True Detective finale because it was straightforward. Serio usly, what did you expect? I think they even said a while back that they weren't going to have any plot twist or anything weird. The best part of the series was the characters. Marty and Rust, and their evolution was awesome and I liked the "happy" ending.
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FTW to Kelli Giddish and SVU for a trilling, tense episode in which Amanda's gambling addiction takes her to a desperate place. The squad really misses Captain Cragen.
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Banshee wins the week for me.
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re: "The KGB might have assigned a teenager to spy on Paige"

If she is a spy, the answer is likely that she is as much a teenager as many who play them on TV, i.e. she is older but can look the part.
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They blew up a rat in a microwave on TV? Why?
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Disgusting! Certainly (I hope) no actual rats were harmed in the making of this TV show. And I hate rats.
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FTW: The conversation with Al in the club on Legit, as well as the callback to the line about women dating terrible men ameliorating the obviousness of the ending; Person of Interest and Elementary being renewed; Chris Hayes calling out John Boehner on his priorities when he criticized governors as cheaters for trying to keep their citizens fed; the flashforward ending of The Big Bang Theory.

WTF: The very obvious cut in a Have Gun - Will Travel rerun this week on Encore Westerns, like you would expect from a broadcast station that had to cut something to make room for a commercial, not a cable station that only runs house ads at the end of the episode; the need some people (e.g., Al Sharpton) felt to say "we all" have sympathy the cancer patient in the inaccurate U.S. Senate complaining that the Affordable Care Act had made her medical treatments too expensive. I'm not disputing that she has cancer, but she's an actor in a political ad trying to play on people's sympathies with false information. And frankly, the duplication of the shot from the Cancer Treatment Centers of America ads (where she slowly looks up to stare at the camera solemnly) screams to me how insincere she is in her plight.

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Hi, sorry for what is probably obvious to most people but wtf does FTW stand for?
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For The Win
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thank you :-)
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I'd really love to see the VM movie. Two theaters in a college town and neither one's carrying it.
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You can download it legally from Amazon or iTunes.
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There's something about the opportunity to watch it on the colossal screen, though. Plus on principle, it should be showing here.
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Can someone please tell me what a canon romance is? I have even tried Googling it but can't find a definition.
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Canon is what is true to the original story. Like the Spiderman movies to comics. Spiderman in the movie is not canon to the comic book world. For example, Peter was with Gwen Stacey in the comics before he met Mary Jane. In the movie he was with Mary Jane and never really had a relationship with Gwen. So the movie is not canon, it never took place in the comics.

An example of what is canon is the Veronica Mars movie. The movie actually takes place in the same world and sticks to the true original storyline.
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That's not entirely accurate. Longer-running and/or multimedia franchises often have multiple canons, as there are multiple story continuities with enough popularity and significance to merit their own. In the case of Spiderman, the three Sam Raimi films would form the core of one canon, the most recent film and its upcoming sequel(s) would form another, and I suspect that the comics have been running too long to all fit into one canon (ie, the Silver Age comics are probably different enough from the modern ones to merit separation).
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Ok, so canon is not the original storyline, but it is the storyline which is being referred to. I am referring to the Spiderman in the comics because they have been going for a very long time. This is why people enjoy Marvel over DC. You can actually read Spiderman and all other Marvel heroes in chronological order, from number 1 to whatever it is now and everything in between. It is all one large story. To imply that the Silver Age Marvel comics have been running too long to fit into one canon is wrong. Need proof, here you go: http://www.chronologyproject.com/spidey.php
This is an ongoing project that includes any CANON comics or other forms of entertainment that comes out every week.

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Basically, in this context, if something is a part of canon, then its existence/truthfulness is proved by on-screen action/dialogue, and not just the speculation and/or wishful thinking of obsessive fans.

For more, I refer you to TV Tropes' enlightening and entertaining articles on "canon" and "shipping."
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I would guess that "canon romance" is a relationship that will work out no matter what, a one and only true love destined from the start. An example might be Brennan and Booth from Bones.
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Nope. If it's a romance that's depicted/described on-screen, then it's canon, whether it fails or not. So in Bones, Booth-Brennan is as canonical as Sweets-Daisy.

Two examples of non-canon romances would be Booth-Sweets or Brennan-Angela, which I'm sure are popular subjects of fan-fic and forum shipping. (After all, everyone is gay, so there's no way but Ho Yay!)
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Thank you!! Still a little confused but at least I get the general idea! Most things (like shipping) I can work out for myself but canon really confused me - lol!
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Canon is confusing. It's hard to say what constitutes it because there's inevitably disagreement. Fans make ridiculous inferences, maintaining consistency is hard, and the stuff on TV might not be the only stuff that matters.

However, if you really want to understand what canon is, how one goes about defining it, and all the things one can do to muddy the waters, read up on the original canon and the sometimes-lethal, still-raging arguments about it.
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FTW
- Detective Bell and Sherlock are finally friends again after Bell's shooting on Elementary.
- Finding out what happened to Lily during the time she ran out on Marshall on HIMYM.
-The Crazy Ones: "I look like a lepreKHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAN!"
- Psych- they took it to level 15!

WTF
- Suits- Harvey using the "I'll be your friend if you don't expose Mike" tactic on Louis... and having it work. Louis is a great character, but his desire to be buddies with Harvey and his friends is his biggest weakness.


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FTW - Veronica Marrrrssssss! - True Detective - The Good Wife is back!

WTF - Revenge, didn't see it, but I'm sure it was awful--Emily is Jack's mom???
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Huh? Lol Emily is not jacks mom, Stevie, Conrad's first wife is.
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Oh. I thought it was some sort of time travel deal or somethin'.
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Lmao! Sadly, there's no time travel, only very annoying blackouts.
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Seriously? The microwave rat is in the FTW section and the lady fell off the window is in the WTF? I found that scene from Reign hilarious, even if I don't quite like the show.
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Next week the WTF will be Daryl being a pedophile. i know I know, she is over 18 - but she looks and talks like she is 12.
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She looks 26 and talks like she's...uh I don't know...18? Definitely not 12.
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I look at my knack for exaggeration a strength. ;-p

NO WAY she looks 26, though
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She looks way younger in some pictures, I'll give you that. But there are times where I can see that she's not very young. She definitely looks over 20 to me. I would say 23-27, but maybe I'm biased because I know that she's actually 28.
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I guess this rules out Carl for a little action.
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Holy sweet Jeebus - she is 28?!?!? I would have stretched to say 21, but in all honesty she could do a 16 year-old. :/ Maybe I should rephrase that ;-p

She is very pretty for being so plain. I should look for her on IMDB - I bet made up and fancy she looks more her age.
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FTW: LoVe, finally! (Thanks Veronica Mars movie!)

WTF: Carol & Daryl, Glenn & Maggie, Carl & Beth still haven't found each other on The Walking Dead. And I know there are more important things like Rick & Carol's unfinished business, Glenn & Tara search for Eugene's cure and Terminus but its been 4 weeks: the shipper in me is starving!
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Spoiler alert?!! Thanks a lot.
That really shouldnt be a FTW because it's a film, not a TV show.
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Thanks for the spoiler... So she doesn't end up with
Piz? -_-
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FTW: Psych's hilarious paranormal spoof was amazing.
FTW: Grimm's awesome history of Wesen lesson was very cool and WU is out of the Nut House.
FTW/WTF: Auggie turned into a Flying Monkey on OUAT. However we didn't get to see the witch till the last two minutes of the show.
WTF The Mentalist writers killed off LeRoach.
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Re OUAT: Emma's first canon romance was with the sheriff of Storybrook/The Huntsman.
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I really liked him if he was still alive I would be at odds as to who I like better him or hook with emma
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BJ fakeout on L&O SVU - total FTW and WTF
And Kelli Giddish amazing performance through out the entire episode #RollinsInTheDeep was a frickin amazing episode (okay it was called Gambler's Fallacy but the hashtag is much more fun bc of the BJ)
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WTF
Star-Crossed
Emery kisses Grayson(yuck!)
The Originals
Davina can no longer help Marcel or any of the others
Rebekah leaves
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yes... how come rebekah is not in this week's summary? that is strange...
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I guess it was just all a big misunderstanding & I apologize. I just felt like here I was trying to make you understand what I thought you didn't understand and I was being attacked for just trying to help. Lol. Once again, sorry. Let bygones be bygones? :)
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Bygones! :)
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I'm sorry about the attitude, I did not understand you neither. Glad we arrived somewhere! Or well, maybe we haven't arrived anywhere after all. At least I managed to get your attention to my point, which obviously wasn't happening before..
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and yet it is not in the summary of this week - how come they forgot?
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I read the news, my friend, but the fact that she left it is NOTin this weeks wtf-ftw section - SHOULD BE A WTF. Please don't say again that she left, everybody knows that she left.
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FTW: That was a beautiful goodbye episode for Rebekah on The Originals.
WTF: Claire Holt leaving the show.

(Also: a bunch of other FTW's and WTF's, but I can't believe her departure was left of this list.)
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WTF: Claire Holt leaving the show!

There, I said it: I'll miss her too.
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True Detective - the only FTW worth mentioning
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They solved the case and mend their partnership...and I bought the whole process which is more than I can say for any Law & Order fallout.
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the best part of Dean Pelton in the peanut suit was his breaking down afterwards, freaked out that so much anger had come out of him. another awesome performance!!!
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For me the biggest WTF was Rebekah Mikaelson (Claire Holt) leaving The Originals everything else just fades in comparison . It ruined my TV week
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Yeah! HOW IN THE HELL did that not get a mention?
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I never even noticed lily was gone for a long time after that lame ass fight. Hmm..
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True Detective should have been a pure FTW with an exclamation point or three.
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WTF: Hawaii Five-0 had guest stars Melanie Griffith and Tom Berenger. It was like a plastic surgery/botox warning show. Way too many lips on screen.
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A lot of us watch this crap, but it knows no bounds.
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FTW:
- Bansheeeeeeee
-Dean Pelton's rap
-Believe pilot
-Billy on the Street premiere
- Will on About A Boy drinking beer out of a baby bottle
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Revolution: The episode was booooooring, but...
WTF: Did Aaron just literally fuck the nanites?
FTW: Monroe used the phrase "blackout with your cack out" to describe Charlie's recent behavior.
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I mieed a few episodes of The Simpsons. Does Bart have a new teacher yet, or is he just never in class?
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Bart's not shown in class much.
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missed*
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FTW: Community- Someone remembered Paul Williams is still alive and gave him a funny cameo.
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Man, the Dean's rap was excellent. I hope Community drops more pleasant surprises like that more often!
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- True Detective finale was awesome! I was pretty satisfied with the way they wrapped things up and the fact that Hart and Cohle weren't superheroes when fighting the bad guy
- I liked the pilot of Believe, i'd like to see the rest
- SHIELD's fight against Lorelai. It was fun to see those men wrapped around her finger and nice to see a Thor character. I still hope we'll see Chris (or is it Liam?) Hemsworth or Robert Downey Jr in an episode. What? A girl can dream!
- New Girl, TBBT and Modern Family, funny as always
- PLL is finally giving us some REAL answers, let's hope the finale won't be disappointing
- Suits because Harvey Specter!
- Scandal because of its awesome cliffhanger! I hope James dies. I love the character but it would have more consequences if he died instead of David

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- OUAT's boring and ridiculous comeback
- Revenge's soapy revelation. Even though I think it's fun how the show embraces its soapiness so much!
- The Following's weird new cult! It's not as creepy as Joe's cult and way more ridiculous!
- The Originals' farewell to Rebekah! I didn't expect it and it's sad because she was one of my favourite character! I loved how vulnerable she was even though she was an Original. Let's hope we'll hear from her.
- The Americans' teen spy, so predictable!
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BANSHEE was FTW.
JUSTIFIED was FTW (first time in a while).
COMMUNITY - Dean's Rap was FTW.
... and sure, TRUE DETECTIVE was FTW (not great great, but really good).
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FTW: my GoT re-watch before season 4
FTW: True Detectives, especially those caves
WTF: Helix for having a 17 year old as a mass murderer/assassin
FTW: Helix for being over the top
FTW: Banshee, for a wonderful episode and also for setting up season
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Uh, setting up season 3 for Bansheeeeeee
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hm, well, i don't share this view on "Himym"; but i respect hat it's rather gonna fade away than burn out. "Helix" can do whatever it's going to do; it ain't gonna get above really stupid suckism. "Veronica Mars" was very nice though (nonetheless no way near all we could have hoped for ;)), and "True Detective" was from beginning to end of its run just awesome. "Black Sails" is a huge disappointment for me and i just don't know why i should care anymore ;). But still a good week, and if i'm happy i tend to clap my hands :D.
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Someone surely forgot this week's SUITS. That was an awesome episode. Brilliant performance by Mike, Harvey and a Mind blowing act by Louis. His dialogue delivery when he was confronting mike in the washroom was just shy of perfect. And i highly appreciate JT_Kirk for including Late Late show with Craig Ferguson because he is highly underrated in TV community even though, he is much more talented and funny than rest of the late show presenters,
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Definitely Suits FTW.
The change in scenes & the dialogue about 'the letter of the law' and 'what is good and what is right' really stood out. One of the better Suits episodes for sure.
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Amazon raised its costs because its wall-street overlords complained that they were not raking in enough millions and wanted a higher return on stock prices.

FTW: The Goldbergs
FTW: Banshee
FTW: Shameless
FTW: From Dusk Til Dawn - is this show going to get a write up here? The first episode was... interesting.
WTF: American Idol somehow got even worse
FTW: Vikings! Awesome fight scene to some awesome music. What more can you ask for.
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FTW: The return of Vice on HBO. Great show, plus the documentaries and shows on their website are better than most stuff on tv.

FTW: Real Time was probably one of the best episodes in a while. New Rules take on 'Noah' was 100% truth.
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FTW: Ted trying to solve Lily's secret on HIMYM and Lady Sif on Agents of Shield
WTF: The light ending of True Detective, Stevie telling Jack she's his mother on Revenge, Sheldon's behavior towards his mother on TBBT
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FTW to Chris Hardwick finally taking a stand on the pronunciation of "GIF" with a hard G. @Midnight has continued to find its groove and make it work.

FTW to The Good Wife for returning.

FTW to Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson having a great week, especially watching Ricky Gervais realize mid-interview that it's NOT LIKE ANY OTHER LATE NIGHT SHOW ON TELEVISION!

I'll throw +1s to your Community Dean rap FTW, that was dope. Yo.

La la la, can't hear you, not reading any Veronica Mars spoilers until I see it next week.
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Good Wife addresses how to pronounce GIF this week, too.
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and gets it wrong if i recall correctly.
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Quite a week for the limited Graphics Interchange Format!
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FTW: Veronica Mars of course and you put it in the end... I was wondering but where is it?
WTF: Veronica Mars for the reasons I already said.
It's more a FTW that a WTF.
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FTW reign this week was actuall very good it provide some fun from last weeks highly heartbreaking episode while still giving us some very touching Bash moments
FTW teen wolf hello this show should be on the FTW list every week, and this week was no exemption
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FTW for any Donal Logue appearance on TV (this week it was on SVU) and it's a rare FTWx2 because he used his Irish accent.
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FTW to Donal Logue, WTF to everything else in that episode. Rollins becomes a dumpster fire of a character, and magically stays on the squad. Less ridiculous soapy crap please, show. In fact, fire Rollins and bring on Logue's character!
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I haven't been able to watch SVU in years. I love Logue, but even he wasn't enough to make me watch this drivel. Bring back Terriers!
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Great idea.
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FTW:
-Diaz & Capt. Holt's sorry-off (Brooklyn Nine-Nine)
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Philip's parental smack-down of Paige at the kitchen table (The Americans). I don't know why, but that was thrilling to watch. "Lying will not be tolerated in this household" *snort*

WTF:
-Whatever the hell is going on with Cary and Kalinda (The Good Wife)
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Teddy from Nashville also did the same kind of parental smackdown to Maddie.
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