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Programming Note: Lucky 13

The American Idol finals start tonight, which means from tonight through May I’ll be reviewing each finalist’s performance for time.com. The wizards of time.com have also assured me that, thanks to some arcane prestidigitation that surely cometh from the Devil, my reviews will be simultaneously posted here at Tuned In, so you can check …

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Ratings: Sheldon Was Right

Another detail that last night’s Big Bang Theory got right was the overlap in the Venn diagram of Guys Who Own TiVos and Guys Who Watch Sci-Fi. This appears to be borne out in a bit of good ratings news for both Dollhouse and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (on which should-have-been-Echo Summer Glau appears). Reports James

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The Morning After: Endless Summer

I watched The Big Bang Theory for the first time in a long time last night, partly because Mrs. Tuned In was curious, partly because I’ve been reading other reviews that says the show has been on the upswing, partly because I’ll watch Summer Glau in anything.

I will say that the Big Bang I watched last night was better than what I …

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TV Tonight: Failin' Fillion

 

There’s a part of me that wants to just look the other way on ABCs Castle, wish the excellent Nathan Fillion well on finding continued employment and forget that it ever existed. But I suspect other Tuned Inlanders like Fillion as much as I do, and I owe it to them to lower their expectations, if not save them the hour altogether. 

 

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Programming Note

Since I posted on the season 2 debut of Breaking Bad Friday, feel free to use this post to discuss it. Also, this is as good a time as any to discuss a crisis affecting Tuned In: There is just too damn much good TV on the weekends for me to blog it all, without hiring either a personal assistant or a second father for the Tuned In …

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TV Weekend: Re-Breaking Bad

The first season of Breaking Bad was truncated by the writers’ strike at seven episodes out of a planned ten, though this did not stop Bryan Cranston for winning an Emmy for his portrayal of Walter White, dying chem teacher …

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