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Five Utterly Unforgettable Breaking Bad Moments

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From the very first frame of Walter White in his underwear, to the final shot of the camera panning overhead as he lay dying, Breaking Bad was one of the most brilliantly crafted and expertly executed television shows of all time. The lines between who was good and who was bad were always getting blurred, and it was the kind of show that always threw a curveball every couple of episodes to keep the audience eager and on their feet. While it could be said the whole show was one, giant, unforgettable moment, we thought it might be fun to

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- Remy Carreiro

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Castle Season 8 Episode 9 Review: Tone Death has A Few Wrong Notes

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Castle Season 8 Episode 9, “Tone Death” is the first episode after finally ending the forced separation between the once detective but now Captain Kate Beckett (Stana Katic) and the famous mystery writer turned unfamous P.I. Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion). Many viewers have held out hope that this would be the turning point of ABC’s Castle becoming more like the show they’d been watching for seven seasons. In particular many have missed the sense of Caskett, the way that Castle and Beckett worked and played together as partners before Castle season 8. Did the new show runners Alexi Hawley and

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- Joy D'Angelo

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Five Truly Unforgettable SNL Music Performances

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The cool thing about using the word unforgettable for a list is, that can put things into two categories. Both good and bad. You never forget something amazing, and you often never forget something embarrassing or shameful. It is with that thinking in mind that we decided to comb through SNL’s various musical history to find five performances that could be filed under unforgettable. A few are epic and a few are embarrassing, and that is half the fun. Here are five truly unforgettable SNL music performances.

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- Remy Carreiro

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Supergirl Season 1 Episode 13 Review: ”For The Girl Who Has Everything”

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After being possessed by the Black Mercy last week, this week’s Supergirl picks up right where we left off as Kara has to fight a parasitic alien that mentally traps her in a dream world. While I am more familiar with Starro as opposed to the Black Mercy, it seems that they almost have similar powers so seeing this episode took me back to seeing Starro in the DC animated shows as a kid. I’m always a sucker for “What If” and “Dream” stories and this episode was no exception. Mostly because we got to see so much more of

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- Andy Behbakht

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Superstore Season 1 Episode 9 Review: “All-Nighter”

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It’s so easy for me to relate to Superstore. Everything that I’ve experienced working in various environments has culminated in hearty laughs at Every. Single. Joke. I really, Really hope that the non-retail folk are watching, absorbing, and taking detailed notes, because it’s a wonderful window into a world that people don’t normally see. This week on Superstore: A customer who will not get out of the store causes everything to be set back. Glenn finds out there are signs he forgot to hang up, and makes everyone stay late to help him finish it. Because they stayed late, everyone gets locked in the

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- Nick Hogan

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The Curse of Good Sci-Fi TV

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Come on, we all know Doctor Who is the exception to the rule. For some odd and awesome reason, Doctor Who gets spinoffs and lasts for decades. But why don’t we take a quick moment to look at a few other shows in the genre that just seemed to not get the credit (or air time) they deserved. You see, Sci-Fi on TV is cursed. It really is. If you make good Sci-Fi for TV, be prepared to last a handful of seasons at most. Why? Because stuff that is that epic, well-written, and nuanced, just tends to scare away

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- Remy Carreiro

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Five Episodes that Define Jake and Boyle’s Bromance

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When you think of TV bromances, you’re mind immediately goes to classic friendships like Joey and Chandler, Turk and Jd, Shawn and Gus, Troy and Abed, and…Jake and Charles. This duo has earned a spot on the list over the past three seasons of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. They’ve been there for each other through cases, injuries, and of course dating disasters. I’ve complied a list of five episodes that most accurately define the bromance between Jake and Boyle.   Full Boyle In this memorable season one episode, Jake steps in and acts as a buffer for Boyle, who is prone to go ‘full Boyle’

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- Laura Schinner

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Billions Season 1 Episode 4 Review: “Short Squeeze”

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For the first time, I can say that I enjoyed the totality of a Billions episode. There are still some issues that need resolving; the banter, for starters, is still pretty poor. The scenes between Axe and his childhood friends are so transparently written to evoke friendship and longtime companionship that it breaks the dream. Wags is also a problem; his desire to have a one-liner in every conversation stifles whatever that conversation is about. Sometimes, the best option is to just play it straight. The Decker scenes were also a little repetitive; every answer he gave was some variation on “Axelrod

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- Hunter Bishop

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Why There Should Be More Puppets in Prime Time Television

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Many years ago, the show Angel had an episode where the characters were puppets. It happened randomly, with the plot worked around it, yet people still talk about how brilliant that episode was. Community has done some great puppet stuff as well. No, not Muppets. While we love us some Muppets, the Muppets have done quite well for themselves and already have quite a niche carved out. So this begs the question: why are there not more puppet shows (for adults) in prime time? It seems an insane question, but don’t reach any conclusions until you finish reading. First point,

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- Remy Carreiro

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Seinfeld: 15 Women Jerry Dated

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It is hard to believe that it has been almost 18 years since Seinfeld ended its 9 year run on NBC in May of 1998.  Over the course of the series, Jerry dated many beautiful women. Some of these lovely ladies started their career by being on the iconic comedy. This list features 3 Desperate Housewives, a vampire from True Blood, and a Friend. Take a walk down memory lane and see that Jerry was quite the ladies man. No wonder George was always so grumpy… 1. Jane Leeves as Marla Before she starred on Frasier, Leeves appeared in four episodes as Marla Jerry’s girlfriend. The first episode was, “The

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- Tim Gerstenberger

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Five TV Neighbors That Would be a Total Nightmare in Real Life

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Thank goodness real life is not quite how it is portrayed on sitcoms. If it were, it would mean you would have someone in your building or on your street who felt compelled enough to just walk into your house anytime they wanted and be as overtly annoying as they can at any given moment. In real life, people knock on doors, and you can selectively push people like that out of your life. But on TV, neighbors are like family, no matter how close they are. On TV, even if you hate them, you just sort of have to

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- Remy Carreiro

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The Bachelor: The Funniest Tweets About Olivia Caridi’s Toes

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Bachelor fans are “toe”tally obsessed with Olivia Caridi and her many facets. She is, after all, the resident villain in the eyes of many of the women in the house; and what better reason to dislike someone than the fact that their toes are less than terrific? Twitter has gone nuts over Olivia Caridi’s toes, and we know that ‘toe’morrow there will be even more tweets about her little piggies, but for now we have rounded up a few of our favorite toe tweets for your Bachelor viewing pleasure. @carlywaddell @benhiggi @OliviaCaridi @Bluesters2000 eye bleach, anyone? Here are her toes.

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- Tiffany Raiford

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Fast N’ Loud: The Holy Grail Event Is Here

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Usually, the guys on Fast N’ Loud are spending a good portion of their time looking at run down cars that could use a whole lot of TLC. On tonight’s episode; however, they’ll spend their time looking at some beautiful classic cars that are certain to get lots of attention. At the Concours d’Elegance “the creme de la creme of car shows,” where “the richest of the rich bring the finest cars in the world to be seen and judged.” Although the guys have brought their $400,000 Packard to be put on display, they’re a little worried about how it will

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- Camille Moore

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Diesel Brothers: What Happens to the Guys in Sweden?

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Over the last few episodes, Diesel Brothers has wowed fans everywhere with its new and entertaining take on trucks. Even if you’re not a fan of trucks, this show has made it hard to deny just how cool they can be. With their DieselSellerz business, Heavy D and Diesel Dave have helped modify some of the biggest and baddest trucks you’ll ever see, and they have much more where that came from.  Diesel Brothers fans are in for a real treat tonight as this truck loving team gets ready to work on another project. On tonight’s episode, the brothers will are

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- Camille Moore

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Shark Tank: Four Fun Tidbits on Mark Cuban

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Shark Tank has built quite a following on Friday nights. The day of the week that was once dominated by hit shows in the 90’s like Full House and Family Matters turned into a graveyard for television viewing in the 2000’s. Sometimes a network would even move a low performing series to Friday nights to burn off several episodes before giving it the official ax. However, some shows tend to thrive on Friday nights. Once of them is the reality show Shark Tank, currently airing on ABC at 9 Pm. Mark Cuban is one of the sharks that invests in new products from entrepreneurs. He has been with the

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- Tim Gerstenberger

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5 Adult Swim Shows That Defy Explanation

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I like Adult Swim, because Adult Swim is insane. They are the shows you watch when you have finally grown tired of the stale and formulaic television that is so commonplace on network TV. What you get, instead, is a cornucopia of shows that throw things at you that make no sense, but if you have a sense of humor, at least make you laugh. While there are truly some underrated gems on that network (two of which I will mention below), some of them are clearly just insane to be insane, which is okay, too. Sometimes we all just

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- Remy Carreiro

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American Idol: All Eyes on the Top 24 (part 1)

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With our American Idol top 24 already announced, it’s time to start placing bets on who will be the bookend to Idol original, Kelly Clarkson. This Wednesday we will get to see the first round of 12 perform; first in a solo number, then again on Thursday as half a duet. Ruben Studdard, Fantasia, Scotty McCreery, Lauren Alaina, Caleb Johnson and reigning American Idol Nick Fradiani all return not only to perform with the first 12, but will serve as mentors, as well. Here’s your chance to catch up what you’ve missed so far, or to just refresh your memory,

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- Jimmie Taylor

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Swamp People: What To Expect During the Season 7 Premiere

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Tonight’s Swamp People introduces changes to the series that die hard fans might not love. As we get to see Louisiana natives head straight for the depths and danger of the Atchafalaya Basin to begin a full month of alligator hunting and provide for their families, we also get to see that much of the cast is brand new. Fan favorites, oldies but goodies and the men that fans have gotten to know over the past six years have been cut from the show and new people have been brought in. To add a bit of drama to the swamp,

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- Tiffany Raiford

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Vanderpump Rules: 5 Reasons No One Likes Stassi Schroeder

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As one of the original cast members on the hit reality show Vanderpump Rules, Stassi Schroeder has been making her friends and her frenemies miserable for almost three years on national television now. You either love her or hate her, but her costars and the people she once worked with at Sur seem to do more hating than anything else. Call it jealousy, call it the fact that she’s certainly her own brand of entitled, or call it her mean girl philosophy, but people just do not seem to get along well with her on reality television. Perhaps there is

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- Tiffany Raiford

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Five Unforgettably Brilliant Episodes of Community

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Community appeared at a time when it was easy to lose hope in sitcoms. Comedy shows had all become different versions of the same thing. Like listening to 200 bands all play Stairway to Heaven. It may be a good song, but you get sick of it, real quick. But Community offered something very different: the idea of a non-stop barrage of jokes buried within running jokes and pop culture references. The only show that was anything similar was Arrested Development (and these two shows would go on to make little nods to one another for that exact reason), which

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- Remy Carreiro

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