If this was a cheerleading movie, I would sassily assert that Dexter definitely knows how to 'bring it' in their finales.
Consider the ***** rating for both the finale and the series itself. My reaction immediately after the robust 2 1/2 hour series finale was: that was the best series finale I have ever seen and perhaps the best TV episode I've ever seen. There was a parade of memorable scenes but every scene was purposeful and perfectly executed. They were never going to answer all the questions.
The sixth season of The Office has been the weakest of all the seasons thus far. There have been storylines that have been started that did not continue until many episodes later, and other storylines that should have gone for much longer but did not. A lot of the problems lie in the writing, which led to the characterization gone wrong.
20 seasons into Survivor, and it just keeps going strong. Sure, it's way down in the ratings from its first couple seasons, but most broadcast television is down these days, and Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains still managed to win Thursday night in most ratings categories all season.
Jake: "A few weeks ago I didn't know these women existed and now one of them is going to be my wife."
Ah, and so goes the the sweet expedited tale of reality TV romance.
Shane is off for a little while, but I wanted to make sure that since we've covered most of this season, there was something posted about the Curb Your Enthusiasm finale.
I know we haven't really posted about Scrubs since I wrote one recap back in October 2007 and then I got behind on them (with Scrubs recaps never to return), but for those that are unaware, the show airs its last episode of the season (and possibly ever) tonight on ABC at 8/7c.
It's five months after the Panther's State Championship Loss. It's baseball season, and Buddy and Coach Taylor are playing golf. It's also time for the Panther's seniors to start facing the future.
At the annual senior pancake breakfast, Tami announces where all of seniors are going to school.