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21 TV Characters We Still Can't Accept Are Gone

NCIS should've just called it quits after ziva....i have no respect for mark harmon at this point as a producer/writer...its all too much same ol song and dance..dont watch no more.

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What an episode. So much going on! Orson and Danny and Rupert Pink, all intertwined with Clara and the Doctor and the Colonel Dan figure. If Clara is, in fact, one of Orson's grandparents, this would make this episode have a hint of "The Time of Angels", when River met Amy, her mother. Bonus points, too, for the John Hurt cameo, even if it was just one shot from the 50th.

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Carissa and the other commenting folk: While I am waiting to play midwife to the family pet, I am enjoying our good natured back and forth on the interesting aspects of life on this show. I am impressed that people on this site, have learned to politely disagree. It is really commendable. Except sometimes, I get the impression that Carissa is answering my comments with "Brass Knuckles". Just kidding.

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@ golfingdocp

Maybe more like an iron fist in a velvet glove?

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@ golfingdocp

Haha. I feel as though I have a responsibility to my gender to see things with female colored glasses. It's hard being the only gal that I know of playing the game! Nothing more and nothing personal. Promise!

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@ Carissa Pavlica

Relaying a compliment my wife made about your perception ability. Your comment below a pensive Neil photo about the apparent cleanliness or sterility of the environment was right on. My wife made the comment that would be what our home would look like if she and the kids moved out. The only lived in area would be my side of the bed and my side of the bathroom. She thought that was an indication that Grace had in fact left , and that Neil was depressed and just stayed home. His boss was in the photo and was possibly there to convince Neil to come back to work. Another option, of course, is that Neil's escorting had become public and his financial career was over. His boss was there to reprimand him.

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Hell on Wheels Review: Major Choices

Why? Just why...

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Hello people. I am just wondering why I am not seeing any responses to my comments here? I'm trying to not to be argumentative, just looking for opinions, to what I see happening. I realize that a lot of what we post here is speculation, but I do enjoy the back and forth because I am open to other people opinion. That's why I enjoy this site. I

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@ reality adictt

I will gladly respond when I disagree.

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Masters of Sex Review: Jumping into a Cold Lake

two things that confused me were:
1. what was with libby's expression when having sex with bill? i couldn't tell if she was overcome with emotion to the point of being stoic or she wasn't enjoying the sex???? 2. as you pointed out, why was charles taking down the posters? i figure the writers showed us that to 'disprove' virginia's theory that it was the janitor (who had earlier saw her posting the poster). i wonder if bill's initial conversation with charles and the young doctor and how condescending and demanding he was has rubbed him so wrong that he wants to be spiteful. or was it his motives all along and he never really supported the study to begin with? is he trying to teach bill a lesson? (great speech he made by the way) one thing that has bothered me about this great show is .... why do we never see libby naked??????????????????????????????? she is so beautiful and has a great pair of itty bitty bee stings that would look great unclothed. i'm guessing she has specifically asked them not to write nude scenes for her???

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Z Nation Review: Zombabies of the Apocalypse

I thought it was just ok. The CGI zombie baby was kind of hokey though. I will watch another episode or two before I decide to make this regular viewing or not.

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@ charanto

It was hokey (but not CG), and I'm sure we'll see more along those lines... Zombie cats, horses etc. It's partly what separates Z Nation from TWD. This show is going to give us things we'll never see on Walking Dead. It's all in good fun and not meant to be so serious.

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Well yeah sure Gibbs and Tony have a great dynamic so that's the perfect reason NOT to send them away together? Huh? They haven't been away together for SIX YEARS, pretty much since Gary Glasberg came on board. That makes perfect sense - not.
All I can say to that is thank goodness he's not showrunning a show like Sherlock!!! "Well sure Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson have a great dynamic but I think it's great fun to see Holmes and Mrs Watson traveling to Dartmoor to take on the hound whilst Watson and Mycroft keep the home fires burning". I could say the same for any great duo. If you have a great duo you USE THAT CHEMISTRY TO YOUR ADVANTAGE. Sure with an ensemble it's good to mix it up now and again but to go out of your way to NEVER put them together? It boggles the mind...

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@ SamTilbury

For some reason that I can't fathom, they have pushed Gibbs with absolutely every other team member plus a number of guest starts, dynamic while Tony got stuck propping up the Ziva dramas. TPTB obviously don't want to give Tony any kind of story or characterization that flatter him of feature him in a way that puts him in the center of one of their really exciting episodes or story arcs. Gibbs has to be the feature player in absolutely every single one of those. Heaven forbid tptb should waste an episode that would allow Michael Weatherly display his considerable acting range when tptb are only interested in seeing Mark Harmon's Gibbs shine in those moments again and again and again and again. As a Tony fan - I give up. He will never be anything but the team joke and is still being held back by the now absent Ziva, and by the fact that no one must be perceived as out shining Gibbs, EVER.

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@ Patricia

Considering Gibbs is the star, really don't you people know how TV works

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Z Nation Review: Zombabies of the Apocalypse

Simply put I LOVED IT. From the second I heard about this show I knew I'd be tuning it and I wasn't disappointed. My biggest worry was that it'd be too much like THE WALKING DEAD - Trying to "ride it's coattails" but it isn't like that at all. I agree with some of the comments below and in the review that TWD tends to overfocus on the human element sometimes and while that is necessary for that "world" - I won't stop watching TWD but if ZNATION keeps up the pace it set in the pilot I don't see the human element distracting from the far more entertaining zombie slaughtering that is sure to happen!! The ZNATION characters were pretty awesome all 'round - So far I can't see any that I'm going to dislike but the day is young so to speak so who knows one of them may be the Z version of Shane or Andrea... I did love the utter break neck speed that the show moved at, just when you thought a quiet period was coming up sh*t would hit the fan, hopefully that continues for the rest of the season. That part where Hammond told them about the ex cop and the survivors at the prison was pretty awesome actually, part of m kept waiting for him to mention them by name, it would be interesting to find out if that was an intentional TWD reference by the writers or just coincidence. I said on TWITTER I was declaring this my favourite SYFY show in years and I hope it lives up to that moniker. So far all signs point to YES! The action, the sporadic humour, the hints of the "human" situation/element and the zombies!!! They all conspire to make one hell of a show...Bring on next week's ep!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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@ Matthew Drummey

Completely agree, never felt they were going for a Walking Dead vibe. From what I understand we're going to meet new characters along the way, there's bound to be a Shane or Andrea among them. The ex-cop/prison mention wasn't a coincidence. Z Nation co-creator/writer Craig Engler made sure to mention it on Twitter. Totally a nod to TWD. I saw your tweet about the show, and agree all the elements are there to make this a terrific series. Let's see what happens over the next few episodes. I look forward to discussing the show with you here Matthew, thanks for your kickass feedback!

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@ Henry A. Otero

I'm glad they weren't afraid to give that nod to TWD. If they hadn't done something like that it could possibly have been interpreted as being scared to acknowledge the existence of TWD so I'm glad they did it, as a fan of both shows I want them and the respective fandoms to coexist peacefully! If we do get a Z NATION version of Shane or Andrea I can only hope we aren't stuck with them as long as the originals but let's not dwell on some future badness and just revel in the awesomeness that is this show.

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@ Matthew Drummey

Don't worry, I have a feeling a Shane or Andrea type won't last more than 3 or 4 episodes in the Z Nation world haha The two fandoms should definitely coexist peacefully. Plenty of Walking Dead fans are going to enjoy is one as well.

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@ Henry A. Otero

And on an unrelated note that thing at the top of the page that says "0 shares" must be broken because I for one DID share it on both Twitter and FB.

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@ Matthew Drummey

Wait I see 103 Shares... Maybe refresh your browser? Thanks so much for sharing, can't tell you how much I appreciate that. Work hard on the stuff, it's great when folks come to discuss the show and share my reviews. Thank you Matthew!

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Z Nation Review: Zombabies of the Apocalypse

I grew up in the 80's. Watching campy, cheesy, b-flick movies like Night
of the Comet, House, Killer Klowns From Outer Space, Maximum Overdrive,
Critters....etc etc. I LOVE that kind of campy-ish, cheesy-ish, over-the-top bloody good time! Movies and shows that don't take themselves too seriously but still give you that dose of needed drama. Was it the best show ever? No. Of course not. But it was
HIGHLY entertaining. Lots of blood and zombies, and a good mix of that
humor and drama I like. Was the pilot perfect? No. There were some WTF
moments that made me shake my head, BUT those little things happen in
every pilot I've ever seen! People need to remember...it's about a zombie
apocalypse....it's not meant to be realistic!! Just sit back relax and enjoy!

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@ Carla White

You hit the nail on the head. It's "sci-fi" and about a frakkin' zombie apocalypse. It's not real, it's entertainment and an overall fun time. The trouble is comparing it to TWD, they're different and can coexist. As I've mentioned Walking Dead Season 4 bored me a bit. There was one episode with the Governor walking and walking, seriously? LOL Don't see anything like that happening on Z Nation, the pacing is just right. Thanks for commenting here Carla, I really appreciate it. You're awesome!

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@ Henry A. Otero

ALL the stuff in TWD with the Gov bored me! I just did not like him at all and to spend HALF the season watch him pretend to bond with that other group? No.
Z definitely kept things moving and I hope we continue to see that in the rest of the season! Can't wait! :))

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@ Carla White

Right? Same here. The Governor was a much more straight up villain in the comics. Humanizing him was a bad move in my opinion.

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@ Henry A. Otero

I didn't read the comics but I expected this big bad ass from everything
I kept hearing! He was supposed to be all Terminator like and all I saw
was Andy Griffith and his little Opie scientist sidekick. It was a
total turnoff!

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@ Carla White

That's so funny! He definitely wasn't as badass as in the comics. I stopped reading the comic after this one event totally ruined it for me. If the show follows that storyline I'll probably check out as well.

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