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It's pretty rare for me to laugh while watching the trailer for a new TV show, especially in a way that's not laughing at the show as much as with the show.
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Enter Martin Bayerle, who has been obsessed with the Republic and its treasures for the last 35 years.
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With word this year (and the Super Bowl kicks off at 3:30p ET on Sunday, February 7th, 2016 on CBS for all of you kids keeping score at home) that Christopher Walken will be playing with sock puppets during one of this year's Super Bowl commercials (weird alert!), it seemed like an appropriate time to run down the weirdest Super Bowl commercials of all time.
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"That sensibility of what this show is, that really smart, acerbic, incendiary sense of humor that also has a touch of sweetness to it." - Mark Duplass
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One of the many joys of Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is that you end up learning far more about both Jerry and his comedian guests (including comedian-in-chief Barack Obama this season) than you would in most other environments
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Spartacus, "Whore": your intent matters for nothing
Licinia is the cousin of Marcus Crassus, not his wife. Though I am a few years late.
17 Canceled-Before-Their-Time TV Shows
Awesome list. I watched 5 of them. Shouldn't Jack & Bobby be up there? A G.W. Bush era coming of age drama about a future president...
Scorpion and Gotham: "stay frosty" and the over-written pilot episode
Stay Frosty on Gotham - surely an indication that the agent could possibly be Mr Freeze!?
Mad Men: 7 wishes for the final 7 episodes
You'll note that my wish for Pete isn't particularly "rosy." Or, alternatively, everyone could just die in a fire, so there's that...
Mad Men: 7 wishes for the final 7 episodes
Basically, you want a cheesy happy ending for everyone. No ending for Betty, I see. Still can't deal with the fact that she'll...
Parks and Recreation: why is everyone so mean to Jerry?
Jerry is treated like crap because he does nothing to combat said treatment and it's funny because outside of work at the parks...
Parks and Recreation: why is everyone so mean to Jerry?
I kept on watching the show in the hope that Jerry would get revenge on the other characters, or at the very least, see the other...
Archer, "Drift Problem": Archer gets Frisky (Dingo)
Me. Ford has actually made a few more appearances since drift problem. Both times as an elevator repairman. Ray asks him about isis...
 
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