TV.com's Swell-o-vision vs. Hell-o-vision (March 11)

Here's what was out of sight and just not right on TV this week.

Swell


...House's "Bombshells"
This episode pulled out all the stops: With five crazy dream sequences (including one inspired by Butch Cassidy, another by Two and Half Men, and one that involved zombies!) and the breakup, it did not fail to entertain.



... The Southland finale
A solid finale for a solid season. We were particularly moved by this scene between Sammy and Nate's killer.



... Bob's Burgers's "Sheesh! Cab Bob"
This was possibly the funniest episode yet, especially with the casting of 30 Rock's Jack McBrayer in a breakout role.



... Archer's "Mandingo 2: The Enslavening"
Watching Cyril help Malory whip her screenplay—a sensual spy drama—into shape was one of the funniest things we've seen on any sitcom this season.


... Pee-wee Herman's entrance to Conan on Wednesday night
It's not every day you get to see Pee-wee on water skis.



... Jimmy's Golem impression on Raising Hope
Pretty good, right? The Brother-Husbands storyline was also funny, and hooray for Paul F. Tompkins!

... his BriTANicK sketch featuring Community's Danny Pudi
It just so happens to raise the point that there's no good reason why Pudi hasn't been nominated for an Emmy yet.



Hell


... The realization that Two and a Half Men is probably never going to get a proper series finale
Love it or hate it, Charlie Sheen has really blown it for a talented cast that deserves better.


... Adrianne Palicki's Wonder Woman hair
If the Lasso of Truth were on us right now, we'd say, "We hate it."


... These stupid Mt. Dew commercials with Erin Andrews and Kenny Mayne



... Richard Hatch on Celebrity Apprentice
Did anyone else suffer a convulsive attack of the willies every time Richard Hatch appeared on screen? We get it—he's conniving and determined to win, but does he have to act like he's been taking night classes at The Hannibal Lecter Center for Continuing Education? And today he was sentenced to another nine months in the big house—and we're not talking about Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago Estate. That's right: Richard will be locked up come the season finale. Which is probably the best thing for everyone involved.


What made your list of loves and hates this week?

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