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10 Truly Terrible Series Finales

I seem to recall that Tvfanatic review loved the Desperate Housewives finale. The same happend with True Blood. The reviewer liked it but then the editor jumped out from nowhere and kept yelling it's horrible. Get your whole staffs' opinions straight on the same subect please before letting out the monster.

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Paying Tribute - 13 Memorable Emmy Moments

THE TRIBUTE TO ROBIN WILLIAMS WAS LOVELY

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Paying Tribute - 13 Memorable Emmy Moments

NOT REALLY HAPPY WITH WHO WON EXCEPT JIM PARSONS FOR BIG BANG .I CANT BELIEVE GAME OF THRONES WENT AWAY WITH NOTHING AND BREAKING BAD TOOK SO MANY AWARDS

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Tyrant Review: Who's the Better Brother Now?

I thought the ratings for Tyrant were pretty good as it had the higest demo of the 3 cable shows at 10pm.. Higher than The Bridge last season and that got renewed but maybe the costs of production of the show and how it had to bounce around the middle east will make it unaffordable based on the numbers but who knows???? I would hate to have it end on that cliffhanger... A&E took so much grief last summer for ditching The Glades on a cliffhanger...

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@ Douglas Henning

Thank you. OMG. There has to be another season. Team Bassam. All the way.

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True Blood as a show sucked more than the vampires it depicted. The actors were horrible, the plot was meandering and uninteresting and the bigotry against Southerners and Christians just showed that the gay man behind the show was more trivial, hateful and less tolerant than any Christian I've ever met times 10. The whole show was gay, liberal propaganda, that had to rely on gratuitous porn to coax someone to watch it. I actually stopped watching after the first episode because it was so horrible. Later a friend said it got better and coaxed me back into it, but it was still drivel. I just kept watching it because it gave me something mindless to watch while I was eating. I never felt sad, or happy while watching. I couldn't care less when one of the characters died because they were atrocious characters atrociously acted. The story had all the emotion of Lurch from the Addams Family and when someone died like Tara I could only muster another sigh and roll of the eyes because it was so boring. Seriously, was I supposed to feel bad when that angry bitch died? I don't remember her ever doing anything even remotely endearing. The writing and directing were so poor it would have taken half a can of pepper spray to get me to shed a tear. Sookie and Bill's relationship had all the depth of a high school relationship. The show would build up the idea that they wanted to be together and then the relationship would fizzle as soon as they got together, or someone would create some drama. It was a relationship as shallow as the plot and we were evidently supposed to care. Lafayette was just as trivial, catty and self absorbed as a real gay man, so I guess they got that right. I've never heard another character cause me physical exhaustion and pain like him, except possibly for Jar Jar Binks. Fortunately, I had good shows like Breaking Bad to indulge in to restore my faith in good television while TB was on most seasons (RIP BB). Unlike True Blood, Breaking Bad didn't need to profit off of that HBO style class c porn to makeup for it's sad plot and it didn't need to build a hundred straw man fallacies to give it depth. Seriously, there's porn all over the Internet...didn't the creators get the memo? Of course it was certainly partly HBOs fault. You have to think with all the gay porn they're pushing on people in True Blood and Game of Thrones, they seem to be more concerned with pushing a gay agenda than making anything resembling a quality piece of art. At least the people in Game of Thrones can act, which makes all the pointless gay porn a little less intolerable. Even the zombie horse riding zombies in game of thrones are more lifelike than most of the characters of True Blood. Sarah Newlin was simply a pinata for the Director's pathetic bigotry of Christians that he can't force to support his lifestyle. Much like Perez Hilton calling Miss California a cu*t, gays are extremely hateful and intolerant and childishly vindictive and this is only more piece of proof of that. Speaking of hateful, imagining an eternal life with Pam is about on par with having to live with Nancy Pelosi. Every dumb sentence was phrased and pitched the same. I would have staked myself after a week with her. I think I got briefly interested when Bill got his vampire god powers, but evidently not interested enough to remember why he lost them. Honestly, I think 98% of the reason I watched the show after a certain point was for Jess. Being in the goth scene I kinda started liking her when they gothed her up. Perhaps if the girl that played Jess, played Sookie instead I might have cared a little more. Sookie was honestly a tedious character that I had lost complete interest in after about the fourth episode. Sam was one of the only non annoying characters in the show who resembled the kind and caring people I've met in rural areas. The ending wasn't any worse than the rest of this travesty. The director should be sent back to school for accounting, serving fast food, or some other job he won't embarrass himself at. Honestly, I think this will go down as one of the worst shows in history. If you can't get any acclaim pushing liberal, gay propaganda you REALLY MUST SUCK. Seriously, if you push any hot button liberal topics standing up for their insane ideas, the America hating Marxists in Hollywood will just throw awards at you. Seriously, Macklemore...I rest my case. At least now I'm finally free from watching this monstrosity. It won't be missed at all. The only thing I'll miss is the hours wasted watching this steaming turd of a show.

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True Blood as a show sucked more than the vampires it depicted. The actors were horrible, the plot was meandering and uninteresting and the bigotry against Southerners and Christians just showed that the gay man behind the show was more trivial, hateful and less tolerant than any Christian I've ever met times 10. The whole show was gay, liberal propaganda, that had to rely on gratuitous porn to coax someone to watch it. I actually stopped watching after the first episode because it was so horrible. Later a friend said it got better and coaxed me back into it, but it was still drivel. I just kept watching it because it gave me something mindless to watch while I was eating. I never felt sad, or happy while watching. I couldn't care less when one of the characters died because they were atrocious characters atrociously acted. The story had all the emotion of Lurch from the Addams Family and when someone died like Tara I could only muster another sigh and roll of the eyes because it was so boring. Seriously, was I supposed to feel bad when that angry bitch died? I don't remember her ever doing anything even remotely endearing. The writing and directing were so poor it would have taken half a can of pepper spray to get me to shed a tear. Sookie and Bill's relationship had all the depth of a high school relationship. The show would build up the idea that they wanted to be together and then the relationship would fizzle as soon as they got together, or someone would create some drama. It was a relationship as shallow as the plot and we were evidently supposed to care. Lafayette was just as trivial, catty and self absorbed as a real gay man, so I guess they got that right. I've never heard another character cause me physical exhaustion and pain like him, except possibly for Jar Jar Binks. Fortunately, I had good shows like Breaking Bad to indulge in to restore my faith in good television while TB was on most seasons (RIP BB). Unlike True Blood, Breaking Bad didn't need to profit off of that HBO style class c porn to makeup for it's sad plot and it didn't need to build a hundred straw man fallacies to give it depth. Seriously, there's porn all over the Internet...didn't the creators get the memo? Of course it was certainly partly HBOs fault. You have to think with all the gay porn they're pushing on people in True Blood and Game of Thrones, they seem to be more concerned with pushing a gay agenda than making anything resembling a quality piece of art. At least the people in Game of Thrones can act, which makes all the pointless gay porn a little less intolerable. Even the zombie horse riding zombies in game of thrones are more lifelike than most of the characters of True Blood. Sarah Newlin was simply a pinata for the Director's pathetic bigotry of Christians that he can't force to support his lifestyle. Much like Perez Hilton calling Miss California a cu*t, gays are extremely hateful and intolerant and childishly vindictive and this is only more piece of proof of that. Speaking of hateful, imagining an eternal life with Pam is about on par with having to live with Nancy Pelosi. Every dumb sentence was phrased and pitched the same. I would have staked myself after a week with her. I think I got briefly interested when Bill got his vampire god powers, but evidently not interested enough to remember why he lost them. Honestly, I think 98% of the reason I watched the show after a certain point was for Jess. Being in the goth scene I kinda started liking her when they gothed her up. Perhaps if the girl that played Jess, played Sookie instead I might have cared a little more. Sookie was honestly a tedious character that I had lost complete interest in after about the fourth episode. Sam was one of the only non annoying characters in the show who resembled the kind and caring people I've met in rural areas. The ending wasn't any worse than the rest of this travesty. The director should be sent back to school for accounting, serving fast food, or some other job he won't embarrass himself at. Honestly, I think this will go down as one of the worst shows in history. If you can't get any acclaim pushing liberal, gay propaganda you REALLY MUST SUCK. Seriously, if you push any hot button liberal topics standing up for their insane ideas, the America hating Marxists in Hollywood will just throw awards at you. Seriously, Macklemore...I rest my case. At least now I'm finally free from watching this monstrosity. It won't be missed at all. The only thing I'll miss is the hours wasted watching this steaming turd of a show.

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21 TV Characters We Still Can't Accept Are Gone

WTF you just throw a spoiler out about PLL and don't warn anybody??????

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Royal Pains Review: Dynamic Duos

Y'know...I thought Hank needed a CT scan in turning Boris down, but the reviewer's theory about a board nearly ruining Hank's career was a clever recollection. Having deduced that, I'm curious as to how the reason for Emma's doing the drive of shame outtta town wasn't obvious; does anyone REALLY think she's got some important business elsewhere that necessitated clearing all her possessions outta Shadowpond? Frankly, she had it coming, and Parker "outing" her as the website's biggest source was icing on the cake. As for Parker' online identity, that did come as a surprise, but that she did it as a cry for attention is disingenuous to viewers--it's almost as unsatisfying as who turned out to be intentionally poisoning Boris a few seasons back (i.e., quite literally, the butler did it). BTW, seems like AutoTrader provided more opportunities for product placement than Summer Shandy; it would have been questionable for someone Emma's age to be seen pushing a particular brand of alcohol to viewers. :-)

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Pretty Little Liars Review: Fatal Games

First. I must say prior to my commenting on the actual topic of this article. That I greatly appreciate your article. It's not the same hooplah everyone else runs which is just a recap and asking readers what they think to get themselves a "following" with comments. Your article is an actual analysis of both the episode and the plot, which can provoke conversation on a variety of fronts. So I just had to say good job as one tv-junkie-blogger to another. Now that I'm done flattering you. I agree, this episode was unfulfilling as many "finales" end up being on this show. They keep saying "this is an episode you don't want to miss" and "answers are coming!" But they aren't. This was actually not nearly as good as other finales. They have it away that Mona was dead right from the start. They (once again oh so conveniently) removed a character prior to said character delivering some answers. However, I am still a PLL addict nonetheless despite my aggravation with the show and it's (now predictable) behavior. One thing I would like to know. Since they have all the text messages to prove they are being blackmailed and that they believe the blackmailer to be Ali at this point. Why doesn't spencer just spill the beans on what's really going on to the cops? I mean yes, they almost did last episode, but then "A" stopped them by reminding them that they would go down with Ali. However, the show is missing a key point in law at this point... When someone is being blackmailed in such a menacing manner, they can not be convicted of the crime that they are being blackmailed for. They know now (especially after Mona's murder) that A is deadly and will eventually kill them too. I think when PLL returns that they really ought to take it to the police. I think involving the police in trying to catch A, will provide an excellent plot device for learning a lot of truths and getting explanations for a lot of things that occurred over the past five seasons. Also, then there will be the plot of the girls trying to keep Aria's homicide a secret still and it would be incredibly interesting to see what this deadly and crazy A will bring to the table once everyone knows the liars are being blackmailed, threatened, and stalked. Not to mention, it would be nice to see Ali's story unraveled by the police due to the liars' confession. We may get to learn what actually happened in the time she was "hiding" and thn they could turn it all around as A is not Ali and how Ali reacts to such a betrayal of her friends (because let's face it, PLL won't give us A that easy and that obvious since they are only going to continue to find success with the show if they continuously give us false leads on who A is, so despite how much it looks like it is Ali right now... It probably won't be. It will probably just be that she is trying to "protect herself" and has twisted morales doing so). Besides, if Ali was A... Then who was originally threatening her? Who tried to kill her? Because someone did try to kill her and all, cuz since she hated Mona at that time, there was no other reason for her to get in Mona's car that night. Really no reason for her to fake her death, I mean if her intent all along was to screw with everyone's lives as A, she could've done that much better in Rosewood being a alive the whole time.

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@ Ravyn Rae

You make great points. I think with Toby becoming a cop, it will make it easier for them to come forward, epically now that Mona is dead. And with spencer being arrest for murder again, something tells me there are going to need a friend who is a authority figure. After all, every season since they started the show, the liars always seem to have someone on the inside the police station either helping them or giving them a way to get information. From wilder, garret, to Emily's mom. Right now with the danger they face on both sides, they're going need someone to truly believe their story. Side note: I hope they got rid of Melissa confess, because the only person who truly going to get hurt from it will be spencer. Since Melissa was a witness to her bizarre behavior that night, including countless others who happen to all be there that night. I wonder if somebody talk and that is why they were pointing the finger at spencer. Like someone who was there that night, that also saw spencer, because they seem to have had a lot of information on her. Even the det. Line of question to Aria, sound suspicious.

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True Blood Finale: An Insulting, Illogical Slap in the Face

Did anyone read the books? Sookie wasn't suppose to end up with Bill.

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