And why the hell are they on FRIDAY?
Beginning today, our all-star judging panel of novelists, journalists, actors, and playwrights will take on the daunting task of figuring out which of these shows deserve to progress in the bracket — and which must stay behind. (There’s already been some bloodshed when narrowing the contest down to sixteen entrants, with worthy shows like ER, Homicide, Dexter, Sons of Anarchy, and The Good Wife eliminated from the contest before it even began, kicked out by your heartless Vulture-editor star-chamber.)
His days are framed mostly by his visits to his two shrinks, who spend a lot of time one upping each other in trying to convince Michael that their own respective reality is the real one.
So far it’s a tie.
Seriously. Watch “Awake.” This can’t get canceled.
I was intrigued by the first ep. We’ll see how tonight’s show goes.
Bummer. There was an interesting twist at the end that made me sit up
anyone who thought that the last two episodes of season two would be a return to slow-burn form for the series had better think again – as the next installment of The Walking Dead season two, episode twelve (titled “Better Angels”) is set for another memorable series of moments.