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Okay, so there’s a scene between Auggie and Annie I really liked because it felt like a longtime coming. 

Check out my recap for tonight’s summer finale.


Fun fact: Moira Walley-Beckett, who won an Emmy tonight for her strong Breaking Bad script “Ozymandias” (OH MY GOD), gets to join a pretty unique class of ladies tonight. There have been two others before her, Patricia Green & Ann Biderman, who can say that they alone as women…

Check out the full list of winners here! 


#TrueBlood – Recap & Review – Thank You (Series Finale)

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photo: hbo

True Blood
Thank You (Series Finale)

Original Air Date: Aug 24, 2014

Patricia Morris Buckley – Sr. Staff Writer

After seven seasons, it’s time to say good-bye to the good folks of Bon Temps, supernatural or just plain human.

We ended the last episode with Bill asking to meet with Sookie to explain why he wants to die. But he goes a little further — he wants her to…

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TwoCentsTV News Round Up: Week of August 18– August 24 #Emmys #AgentsofSHIELD #Y&R #DerrickStorm #Arrow

Justin HartleyWelcome to TCTV’s weekly TV news Round Up! There’s been a lot of news this week so sometimes we can’t get to it all. So, here we have some interesting bits of casting and production news, teasers, and trailers for some of your favorite shows and some that might make you want to watch.

Are you guys ready? Here we go!


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Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara Are Leaving #Mythbusters

photo: discovery

photo: discovery

After a decade of reality-checking hundreds of myths, co-hosts Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara are leaving Mythbusters after last night’s August 21 show. The announcement was made by hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman via video.

“We’re gonna take a brief moment to thank you guys for your incredible work over the last 10 years,” Savage said in the video. “You’ve given…

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Nick and Gail remain favorites, Oliver takes a stand and I don’t think this is the last we’ll be seeing of the Commissioner. 

Check out my pick for the top 10 moments from the finale and let me know what you guys thought.

They pretty much added another layer added to the “Who’s playing whom” game they’ve got going and I’m still not sure I trust McQuaid. 

Also, Calder’s story as he asserts his position (finally) was great to see. 

Check out my recap and let’s talk “Spit on a Stranger.”

All this casting news. I’m gonna need season three now.