Spoiler Alert Thursday
It was, perhaps, a record for us in terms of not watching TV. As far as I can recall, we only watched “Fringe,” “Hart of Dixie,” “Ringer,” and “The Office” (which aired last night in Canada rather than on Thursday). I mentioned a couple week’s ago, that I thought “Fringe” had its strongest episode in a while–or, at least, that it had an inter-universal car chase (which indicates how low standards are for “Fringe” and strength). Last week’s episode was rather boring, which is to say, typical for “Fringe.” I suppose Nina was a super-creepy-surrogate-mother to Olivia, but that isn’t enough to sustain the show. If possible (which is very had to imagine), each new episode of “Hart of Dixie”–or as I call it, “Fart of Dixie”–is worse than the previous. The pattern continued this week. Even though I was in front of the TV for the entirety of “Ringer” and the sound was on, I don’t recall anything from the episode and it was just two nights ago. Aside from “Supernatural,” CW really sucks. At least we get a new episode of “Supernatural” this week. Finally, “The Office.” Like I’ve said before, with Michael gone, the show is significantly improved. They’re kinda overusing the bleeped-out/blurred-out swearing, but at least, for NBC, it is “daring.” You can only do so many wedding episodes and baby birth episodes after all–oops, they had a baby birth episode this week. At least it was downplayed and focused on the Senator’s obvious homosexuality and Dwight’s “love contract” with Angela. It feels as though the show expects cancellation, especially with the misguided–but, for NBC, completely predictable–”Dwight” spin-off.
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