Modwild

I just don't get all the love. The scene between Alicia and Frank was good, perhaps the best since the last time they talked honestly in her home. I hate that they're back in the LG offices and now bringing on David Lee? Why bother with all the forced drama in the first place? What was the point? I loved the idea of Diane coming on board because of what it would mean for Diane and Cary -- bringing them to the forefront. Then they derailed that with the drug case. Now it's back on track(ish) and Alicia is discovering she's a lot more like her husband than she realized. Work is important at any cost. She's kissing random men in the parking garage because she had a "moment." (Let's be honest, I would have a moment with him, too.) While her partner and friend was going through one of the worst patches of his life, she wasn't there for him. Others swooped in and picked up the slack. I'm disappointed. Where is the show going other than back where it started, but with Alicia one foot out the door? No need to comment back. I just needed to vent. Carry on.

Modwild

Now they need to let go of Bonnie. And Matt and Tyler. Any characters who have spent 70% of the time as backburner, killed off and/or driven out of town more than once. Set them free for their own sanity and success.

Modwild

Apology accepted. {{{shakes hand}}} The thing about this list, like all lists, is they're relative to the viewer. For everyone who loves AHS, there is another who loves NCIS. Taste varies, and because we're a fanatical site, we rely on the sheer love (or disgust) of the entertainment, accepting we will always disagree on what shows should be watched, be cancelled or be renewed. Thankfully, there seems to be enough of us to cover an incredibly broad spectrum of TV. I hope your day gets better. :-)

Modwild

Dear "the Dude" Name calling is all fun and games when you think you're anonymous, right? Yes, I got the email notification of your original comment. Bravo to you. Also, learn to read. The people who nominated these shows are listed. Duh.

Modwild
18 Cancellations That Cut Deep

I got ya covered over here! http://www.tvfanatic.com/slide...

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You want to know the truth of it? In the "real world" a woman who has been raped has no rights. She has no attorney who cares about her case and she's nothing but a piece of evidence for prosecution. If she doesn't want to testify against her attacker out of fear or shame once a suspect has been prosecuted, she can be sent to jail for noncompliance. Her past can be misconstrued and used against her in any way. The same is true of any victim, as victims have no rights. The only one really on the books is for the names of rape victims not to be revealed by press. On the other hand, the accused is protected in many, many ways, one of which is their past cannot be brought up and used against them unless they bring it up first for their own defense. Nobody will ever know what an assclown they are unless it's pertinent to the case. Not cool. Not much about SVU is typical, as this group cares deeply for the victims, something that isn't often the case as government attorneys are overburdened and underpaid.

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18 Cancellations That Cut Deep

We wanted to keep it relevant for all readers, so we put a cutoff at 2003.

Modwild

And I think you're interpreting from your bias against women and the character. We'll have to agree to disagree.

Modwild

Again, rewatch the episode. She said very clearly she had no interest in paying for sex, but asked him if he ever got paid to talk and could she write about their conversation. She most certainly did not agree to go with him for his real services. It wasn't even on her radar. There's no argument here. What you thought you watched, you didn't.

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Abby didn't hook up with Carlos. She spent time with him talking. How does that make her a whore? He rubbed her feet. If that's forbidden, then I give up. She paid him because she understands he does that to make money, even if they only talked. That was their deal. I think you need to watch again. There wasn't even a kiss. Instead she got material for a new book. She has to get material somewhere because she's being blocked everywhere.