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    I'm the guy next to you while you are wearing that I'm With Stupid t-shirt Doc. was flat and ordinary where it should have popped and been something 'whiz-bang-y'.

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    Sleepy Hollow, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. make big Monday/Tuesday Live+3 DVR gains

    How in the hell is my DVR capable of handling tonight. And what were/was HBO/Showtime thinking. Besides the show that EVERYONE should be watching live, Eastbound & Down/Hello Ladies and HOMEfreakingLAND start back up tonight. Oh yeah, Fox's Animation Domination comes back too. For ****s sake? Am I missing something. If you are another station WHY would you try to counter-program to, what is bound to be a new high standard for cable ratings?

    Breaking Bad, Homeland and so much more: Are you ready for TV Dramageddon 2013?

    oh wait there is even more stuff.

    * The "Homeland" season 3 premiere (9 p.m., Showtime)
    * "The Good Wife" season 5 premiere (9 p.m., give or take a football overrun in your market, CBS)
    * The debut of "Masters of Sex" (10 p.m., Showtime)
    * The season premieres of "Once Upon a Time" and "Revenge" (8 & 9 p.m., ABC)
    * The premiere of "Betrayal" (10 p.m., ABC)
    * A new episode of "Boardwalk Empire" (9 p.m., HBO)
    * New installments of "Last Tango in Halifax" and "Foyle's War" (8 & 9 p.m., PBS)
    * A new episode of "Low Winter Sun" (bumped all the way to 11:15 p.m., due to AMC's desire to put the final "Talking Bad" on immediately after the "Breaking Bad" finale).

    And those are just the original dramas. The same night will also feature the premieres of all of FOX's Sunday animated comedies, the beginning of the final season (again) of "Eastbound & Down," the debut of HBO's new "Hello Ladies," the 23rd "Amazing Race" premiere, and more.

    I've seen most of the ones I care about in advance, save for "Good Wife" and the "Breaking Bad" finale, and the latter will be occupying all of my focus tonight. But for those of you who don't get review screeners and care about more than one show in a competing timeslot tonight, how are you going to approach this programming overload? What gets watched live tonight, what gets saved for later, and what possibly gets punted altogether because there's just too darned much to deal with?
    Read more at Breaking Bad, Homeland and so much more: Are you ready for TV Dramageddon 2013?

  3. #1703


    * The season premieres of "Once Upon a Time"
    dude Peter Pan is a dick!

  4. #1704


    Where is the TAR thread... Gone? Still surprised they showed the Kings Logo so much for the Ice Girls!

  5. #1705


    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Naysay View Post
    And a bigger bummer for me...... it's a Joss Wheedon project (ostensibly) but it didn't seem to have any genuine Joss Wheedon "joy" or "wonderment" in it. Maybe it's because every half decent (and they were only half decent) joke has been previewed and repreviewed to death by the hype machine?

    I mean... the "it means someone really wanted our name to spell SHIELD" joke would have been a cute and funny moment that endeared that character to me had I NOT SEEN IT FIVE TIMES A WEEK FOR OVER A MONTH.

    Also... why bother having a big Agent Coulson reveal when
    A) anybody who knows who he is already knows he's the star
    B) anybody who doesn't know who he is won't give a ****

    I know it would have been hard to hide is involvement but.... I dunno.... THAT would have been a great "what? NO WAY!" moment to have him actually be a surprise.

    AND ANOTHER THING..........

    too much reference to the movies. I mean hopefully they drop that and just felt they had to to kind of re-enforce what this thing was but... Extremis, the Chit'auri...... I get it. This is the same "cinematic Universe" as the films.

    Anyway... I'll keep watching cus I'm dumb.
    Well, maybe without all the previews and repreviews of the next episode, it'll work better for you.

    I enjoyed the episode quite a bit myself, but I hadn't really seen more than a couple of commercials. So the "someone really wanted it to be called SHIELD" joke landed just fine for me.

  6. #1706


    New shows I've watched:

    Mom: horrible.
    Trophy wife: Love Malin Akerman. Off to a good start.
    The Crazy Ones: Ugh. SMG as the straightman in comedy = yikes. Williams way too over the top.
    Last edited by chaingunsofdoom; October 1st, 2013 at 08:55 AM.

  7. #1707


    Tuesday TV Ratings: AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Tumbles, Fox Comedies Drop, CHICAGO FIRE Rises | Collider

    Weird, Brooklyn 99 dropped off MORE than DADS. I actually LOVE both shows. I need to find the link but Sleepy Hollow either gained or at least held firm. Wow...S.H.I.E.L.D. took on a ton of water.

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    Very disappointing for Brooklyn as that's the only new comedy I've seen that I really like.

  10. #1710


    I couldn't get into the Shield episode. Felt like as it went on I was just playing around on my phone more than paying attention.

    Solid runs for the Goldbergs and Trophy Wife this week.



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