Eric - TV Geek Army "Revered Leader"

Member since: 2008-09-28
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Eric is the publisher and revered leader of TV Geek Army… at least in his own mind. TV Geek Army is a place for serious TV reviews and news for serious fans of great television. Contact: eric-[at]-tvgeekarmy.com 

Stories By Eric - TV Geek Army "Revered Leader"

It took me some time to get my mind around the fact that while The Walking Dead is chock full of undead flesh eating mutants, it's actually the far more realistic show.
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Republican nominee Mitt Romney, a master of the awkward and slightly robotic turn of phrase, provided a jewel for web enthusiasts last night by referring to "binders full of women" while seeking to hire a diverse gubernatorial staff in Massachusetts.
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Since I watch a lot of TV, it's easy to be pretty jaded sometimes. This wasn't one of those times.
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Who brilliantly embodies this persona on television?
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It's not a doggone joke that the legions of GoT fans are clamoring (pack like?) for the return of the gritty and compelling fantasy.
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A treasure trove of insight and banter from creator and showrunner Vince Gilligan, cast, and crew.
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Both the Wisconsin Congressman and fictional advertising executive Bert Cooper share a love for novelist and libertarian/objectivist icon, Ayn Rand.
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“They’re critically acclaimed," he said of AMC shows to investors on an earnings call Wednesday. "But not viewed as much by our audience. And our customers can go to iTunes and get ‘Mad Men’ the same time it’s on.”
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"All right, sometimes we get obsessed by things. Wait until you see this guy – his obsession is over a train." Audio from video clip: "AW YEAH, LOOK AT THAT BELL."
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Like bad Astro Turf with a half-life of several millennia, the "classic" '70s sitcom may turn back up on television in an updated form.
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Long story short: it's in Dish's interest to get right with AMC Networks and get the channels back into their lineup by the fall.
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The potential showcased in the three-part sci-fi musical tragicomedy is nearly maddening, and now is as good a time as any to request, nay, demand more!
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"This is supposed to be me and Nicole's last hurrah, and she's not hurrahing." – Jwoww
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Nick Cannon builds up to the climactic moment, and then pauses for an a-s-t-o-n-i-s-h-i-n-g-l-y long time. Empires surely were built and destroyed in such a span.
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With the passing of Jeffersons' star Sherman Hemsley, who passed away today at the age of 74, I'm left wondering if many young people are aware of where The Jeffersons sits in the pantheon of television shows and its reflection of changing race relations in the United States.
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If only Jesse Pinkman could break that sentence apart and read it as an existential question followed by a very real world answer.
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The casual, semi-improvised atmosphere that Workaholics creates allows us to feel like we're hanging out with our hilarious slacker buddies during that interregnum between college (or dropping out, depending) and finding a "real" life.
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The arrest was made at the Tiki Theater, an adult movie theater in Hollywood. Willard was the narrator of Market Warriors, a spin-off of the long running Antiques Roadshow.
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Industry churn and disruption continues.
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Skippy is a television star of the train wreck reality TV age. I honestly can't get enough of the Skippy.
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