Eric - TV Geek Army "Revered Leader"

Member since: 2008-09-28
Find me at: http://www.tvgeekarmy.com
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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"

Is it time for Mad Men Season Five yet or what?
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Adventure in the Amazon (as opposed to on Amazon) beckons on ABC's The River, which premieres tonight on ABC.
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Big, splashy, hyped series premiere with Smash tonight on NBC.
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I'm not a maniac about Super Bowl commercials like many are, but I can't imagine anything that we'll see during today's game best what's on display here.
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I'm not sure why, but I'm surprised by how much I enjoy NBC's Up All Night on a weekly basis.
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I feel like I am one of the few TV critics – amongst those I read anyway – consistently talking up Ringer. It's pulp-tastic fun and the best Sarah Michelle Gellar role(s) since Buffy.
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In an e-mail interview, Fred tells us what Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David are like in real life, how growing up in Brooklyn helped to shape his comedic influences, and what it was like to deal with a fellow Seinfeld staffer, a "pathological liar" code-named "Perry."
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New episodes of The Bachelor, Alcatraz, Caged, and other "mission imperatives" to check out...
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Sunday nights are always great for curling up with your favorite television set (and don't forget to make room for your beloved DVR as well), and things get more interesting tonight with the series premiere of the highly anticipated Luck on HBO.
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"Joe can't handle this but you can." – Bob to Cassandra
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"When we're standing there with a five-pound advantage and they're voting somebody out, I'll be sipping my coffee." – Joe
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After a long wait, we're heading into the home stretch.
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"You ain't puking, you're fake puking!" – Bob
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Win Spartacus: Swords & Ashes, a novel "from the world of Spartacus: Blood and Sand tells a brand new story of blood, sex and politics set in the uncompromising, visceral world of the arena."
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We're here to nitpick at TV plot blunders and in 2011, we saw quite a few of them.
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There are a lot of TV lists flying around this time of year. Top this, top that. A lot of them don't seem all of that relevant or interesting to me, so I decided to dig in and think about the things that I learned from watching television during 2011.
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Hell on Wheels, a period Western from Sunday-centric AMC, has just earned itself a second season amidst strong basic cable ratings. But is it good?
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To help celebrate the holidays, we’re giving one lucky winner a copy of A Mad Men Mixer, a crisp and refreshing guide to Mad Men’s intoxicating debut season. It’s a TV Geek Army e-book original, and it’s only $2.99. And oh yes: we’re also giving that winner all four seasons of Mad Men on DVD.
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