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Everyone's moving vertically this week, whether up the wall, up the social ladder or up shit creek.
Everybody loses something in this week's episode of GAME OF THRONES.
Brian is glad Chevy Chase finally has something to do.
The second season of GIRLS ends in a comforting embrace, but it's tough going getting there.
The latest episode of GIRLS features a slew of guest stars, but it's Hannah's new storyline that steals the spotlight.
Jessa forgets that you can never go home again in the latest episode of GIRLS.
Forget about Hannah. We need a show about Ray's godmother.
Spoiler Alert: There is actually some action in THE WALKING DEAD, as the latest episode replaced "people whining about things" with "people whining about things until things actually happen and it's awesome."
This week's episode of THE WALKING DEAD picks up right where we left off before the hiatus.
Dunham and co. try something new this week, with mostly ineffectual results.
Like a snot rocket in the bathtub, this week's episode of GIRLS made some waves.
Hannah triumphs over her weird nasal passages to embark on a coke-fueled creative journey in this week's episode of GIRLS.
Packed with puppies and Donald Glover, this episode of GIRLS may cause massive explosions of ovaries.
The GIRLS are back in town, and it sure is good to see them.
Devin, Meredith and Henri all chime in for the mid-season finale of THE WALKING DEAD.
It's a filler episode... but one that works as bloody good fun.
Meredith still can't get over the fact that stuff actually happens on this season of THE WALKING DEAD.
Henri considers some changes from the comic that work, and some that don't. Then we all feel despair at the last moment of the episode.
Meredith joins the conversation as we enter Woodbury and meet The Governor.
Is this finally the zombie show we all wanted when we first heard there would be a zombie show on TV?! Henri chimes in on Season 3 of THE WALKING DEAD.
The zombie show returns for a third season, and longtime hater Devin thinks it's... promising?!?!
Henri, Meredith and Devin all chime in for the mid-season finale of BREAKING BAD.
Henri weighs in with a long TV Talk of his own this week, because he can't stop talking about BREAKING BAD and its awesomeness.
Walt keeps making power moves as the DEA closes in. Devin's on the edge of his seat.
Walt is in the power business - and that business doesn't end well for anyone.
A train job ends in tragedy.
Okay, now that we've talked about how crazy it is that all of this has happened in one year, let's take a look at Walt and Skyler's marriage today...
Henri gets way too distracted by the episode title and the further reminder that all of this craziness has gone down in just one year.
Walt, Jesse and Mike start their new operation and come up with a whole new way of hiding their lab. Is it brilliant... or moronic?
We finally get our Mike episode.
BREAKING BAD is back! And it turns out maybe Walt isn't such a nice guy after all... more spoilers like that (except actually spoilers) in the post!
Jessa continues to shock the hell out of her friends with every decision she makes - but we're not shocked, are we?
Meredith wraps up this season's TV Talk of MAD MEN.
The real wound isn't Marnie or Hannah... it's this episode.
Hulk takes a look at the season finale of MAD MEN and Season Five as a whole.
The terrific title of this episode sums it right up.
"Everything you think is going to make you happy just turns to crap."
The delayed review of this weekend's incredible, bleak episode.
Stop crying for Joan Harris.
The girls join up for a warehouse party in Bushwick and then crack happens.
Oof. Hulk takes on this gutpunch of an episode of the brilliant series.
Hare Krishnas, embezzlement and Don and Joan on a date - sort of.
Hannah returns to a magical place with fridges full of free food, aka "home home."
Meredith joins Hulk in discussing this week's latest MAD MEN episode.
Oh Hannah, child, no.
Hulk revisits last night's terrific episode.
We get a shift in tone, a job for Hannah and some kick-ass eyebrows in this week's episode of GIRLS.
We've got HPV, pot-smoking dads, gay ex-boyfriends and, most importantly, Robyn on this week's episode of GIRLS.
Hulk takes a look at the generational affectations of our characters in this week's MAD MEN episode.
Sarah from FYA joins the GIRLS TV Talk!
Henri asks the big questions about motor lodges, sherbet and splooge in this week's episode of MAD MEN.
Sarah and Meredith embark on a brand new TV Talk of Lena Dunham's HBO series GIRLS!
This weeks' MAD MEN was a great one, and Hulk examines the theme of masculinity and emasculation running through it.
Another great episode of MAD MEN effortlessly weaves in current events with deeper character and thematic concerns.
Pretty much every week on MAD MEN is Peggy's week, but this week more than ever.
Hulk takes on the latest episode of the brilliant AMC drama.
Henri tunes in to the MAD MEN TV Talk.
Go back to the 60s with Don Draper and friends. The series returns, and it's as great as ever.
It's the season finale. Who lives, who dies, who cares?
This week brought us two power struggles: one interesting, one boring. Weirdly, the interesting one involved Andrea and Lori.
DOWNTON ABBEY's lackluster second season drifts to a close with the show's Christmas Special. Can one delightful instance of Ouija Board magic cure what ails ITV's premier drama? Answer: probably not, but it was worth a shot.
Henri offers Shane and Lori some advice to help them get through this zombie apocalypse without becoming super lame.
The zombie show returns from hiatus. Is it still shambling along or has it begun running?
How did they screw this up? And can they fix it?
Oren Peli's found footage series is a lot of things, but mostly it's annoying.
Hulk takes a look at the most recent episode of DOWNTON and asks: WTF?!
A bank robber with an Anton Chigurh affectation is our newest time-traveling inmate.
Season Two's rushed pacing isn't going to slow down the ladies of DOWNTON ABBEY. Erin takes a moment to give them their due.
So, another episode of ALCATRAZ happened.
The new JJ Abrams show is a mystery. Sadly that mystery is "Why did they make this?"
Tune in for a new TV Talk covering DOWNTON ABBEY! The British costume drama's second season airs in America and Erin pretends we didn't already watch it months ago.
Wait, two watchable episodes of THE WALKING DEAD in a row? It's a pre-Christmas miracle!
Well, it certainly seems as though the writers are listening to viewer cries of boredom. “Cherokee Rose” featured the single grossest thing I have seen on this show or any other, plus some side boob.
Seriously? This is happening?
Bad wigs for everyone! Bad wigs as far as the eye can see!
Yeah, Lori’s still stupid. Shane is kind of interesting. Rick is… well, he’s a guy who always wears a sheriff’s outfit. But at this point I just wanna know more about the actual zombies.
ONCE UPON A TIME is not improving. The GRIMM pilot is decidedly better; so why does Meredith find herself preferring the delicious idiocy of ONCE?
“Save the Last One” was a great episode of THE WALKING DEAD. But Meredith isn’t sure that a great episode of THE WALKING DEAD is good enough.
Every time I think Lori can’t get any worse, she does.
So, the ONCE UPON A TIME pilot happened, and Meredith was forced to watch it twice for you people. Now she gets to vent about that.
Devin thinks the latest episode is a huge improvement in quality!
Devin didn’t like it. Meredith kinda did. Henri thinks this is a zombie survivalist fantasy, so we can only expect so much. Or maybe he’s just continuing to make concessions because he’s committed to watching the entire season.
Devin mostly hated it; Meredith mostly dug it. Read on to find out why.
THE WALKING DEAD is back for season two. Did the 90 minute premiere improve on what went wrong in the first season?
Brian takes a moment from horror movies to wax on about the latest COMMUNITY episode, which could be the best one yet.
Devin, Henri and Meredith are gearing up to dissect brand new episodes of THE WALKING DEAD, ONCE UPON A TIME and GRIMM this season. Join them!
More high concept nonsense from Tim Kring.
TV’s best genre show is back, but it’s stuck in a rut.
We’ve heard time and again that ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT will return, but this time creator Mitch Hurwitz has a plan.
A Sorkin show set in a cable newsroom airing on HBO? BRB, setting up my TiVo.
AMC’s going to make you wait to watch the back half of season two of their zombie hit.
Were you lost at all? If so, lucky for you, True Blood has decided to explain everything twice and make the show extra lazy.
A teaser trailer gets us ready to return to Greendale Community College!
David Benioff isn’t sure HBO will give the show a third season, but if they do it will only tell half the story of A STORM OF SWORDS.
King’s latest monstrously sized novel gets the TV series treatment.
Would you believe an episode of the long-running family-oriented TV show LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE had a rape episode influenced by slasher movies and giallo?
MODERN FAMILY’s Eric Stonestreet to play the scandalous silent film comedian in a terribly titled HBO movie.
CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL > THE BIG BANG THEORY in quality, humor, originality…in everything except viewers and Emmy nominations.