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"

What's my point? I suppose that I think that FUTURE SCAN or no, local TV news and weather is rather outdated.
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I'm gonna say it: Southland is one of the best shows of 2012, flat out and straight up.
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It's funny: beyond recalling that The Bachelor, Ben Flajnik, is vaguely yet insistently annoying, and that there's a crazy "black widow" named Courtney scuttling about, nothing about this season is memorable or all that discussion-worthy.
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Can one scene reinvigorate a series?
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We've unearthed an oddball voice mail message from none other than Don Draper to distract us if for ever so brief a moment.
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Here's what I'm thinking: The Office should move to another night, and NBC should roll out a lineup of 30 Rock, Parks & Rec, Community, and Up All Night.
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In this final stretch run to Mad Men's Season Five premiere (Sunday, March 25th, on AMC) every scrap of promotion and teaser info we can dig up is both tantalizing and maddening.
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As Modern Family chugs along and consistently produces a hilarious and sharply written family comedy(!) while making it look easy, my admiration for many things about the show, including the cast, increases.
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You know you're a TV geek when you think about the days of the week based on the types (and quality) of the shows on each night.
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I'm going to brazenly break down this season into tiers based on who I am rooting for straight out of the gate.
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Let's boil down this season's edition of The Bachelor, shall we?
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I will be watching The Celebrity Apprentice if for no other reason than Adam Carolla's and George Takei's participation.
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NBC has four great Thursday night comedies, and they include Parks and Recreation and 30 Rock (and Up All Night).
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The last several seasons of Survivor have been as entertaining as ever, proving it is one of the most durable reality show brands.
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As a result of negotiations to use songs owned by Sir Paul McCartney for the show, the 69-year-old Sir Paul will have a walk-on role during Mad Men's fifth season.
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I'm a huge fan of Cougar Town and firmly believe it would have been a much bigger hit had it not been for its unfortunate name.
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In the simpler time before reality TV madness and cable channel proliferation, a spin-off show was a pretty big deal.
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AMC makes its claim on Sunday night dominance tonight with the return of The Walking Dead (for the second half of its second season), and its first foray into reality programming with Comic Book Men.
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The responses are both varied and illuminating, running the gamut from drama to comedy and from old timey legends to contemporary masterworks.
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Is it possible that there is more than one hand fishing on the air right now? That is the epitome of TV madness.
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