dodint wrote:Well, I watched UTD tonight and haven't uttered a peep.
dodint wrote:tifosi77 wrote:dodint wrote:Any firey anger I have for Discovery.....
Speaking of firey anger for Discovery: Grant Imahara, Kari Byron and Tory Belleci To Leave MYTHBUSTERS
Yeah, no. They ruined the show and I hope they never come back. Great news.
Hockeynut! wrote:I actually thought this season of True Blood was pretty goody. Last season was an absolute train wreck, but this year, especially the second half, was solid.
Kraftster wrote:I suffered through True Blood. I am baffled by the fact that people are expressing disappointment over the finale. To suggest such disappointment necessarily implies that one had some level of expectation for the finale. I do not know how anyone could have watched the past 3 seasons of the show and thought the finale could be worthwhile.
Kraftster wrote:Anyone watching The Leftovers? It has really come together over the past few episodes. I thought last night's episode was exceptional and now feel that the show is very much worth watching.
blackjack68 wrote:So Breaking Bad wins every Emmy. Meh.
Jim wrote:The Strain on FX might have just saved itself from being deleted from my DVR queue. Watching the 7th episode and frankly not much has happened to move the story along. Most of the plot is quite clear, it has simply been uneventful and a bit boring. Frankly, the humans should not have much of a chance at all. Then the last 3 minutes of the episode... There appear to be some new players in town, led by Mr. Quinlan (Stephen McHattie). Whatever they are, they could make things... interesting.
The bad thing, Stephen McHattie does not have a credit for the Strain on his IMDB list... so hopefully him and his crew are more than just passing through.
Staggy wrote:blackjack68 wrote:So Breaking Bad wins every Emmy. Meh.
No way Aaron Paul should have won over Dinklage, I was shocked by that. I guess that should have been the sign that BB was going to sweep everything. I had minor problems with Anna Gunn winning over Lena Headey, but I thought the rest of BB's awards were well deserved.
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