T5F: Most Obnoxious Characters

If I were stuck in an elevator with any of these characters, I'd be clawing my way through the ceiling vents. 5. Vicki Groener (Kathy Griffin) Suddenly Susan (1996 - 2000) I'll admit to finding Kathy Griffin reasonably charming as a human being. There's an honest, scrappy quality to her that I can respect (recent transgressions notwithstanding)... Continue Reading →

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T5F: Most Obnoxious Characters

Not every character on every show can be likable. Some shows actually benefit from having characters that you just can't stand. How else do you know who to root for? This week's top five list features five obnoxious characters, who while annoying, obnoxious and/or insufferable, still add some value to the show. In other words,... Continue Reading →

T5F: Greatest Episodes of All Time cont.

5. “Clyde Bruckman’s Final Repose” The X-Files Season 3, Episode 4 – October 13, 1995 This episode was written by Darin Morgan’s magic pen. Fans of the show will recognize him as the writer of several of the greatest, and most critically acclaimed episodes of the show including “Humbug,” “Jose Chung’s From Outer Space,” and... Continue Reading →

Character Spotlight: Leslie Knope

by Beal Show: Parks and Recreation (2009 - Present) NBC Thursdays 8:30 p.m. Character: Leslie Knope Actor: Amy Poehler Fundamentals: Leslie Knope is "a mid-level bureaucrat in the Parks and Recreation Department of Pawnee, Indiana." She's somewhat of a poor man's Michael Scott, in that she's completely graceless and uncomfortable, yet, comedically, she definitely holds... Continue Reading →

Must See TV 2.0

Why NBC, you've done it again! I had lost all hope in you when your Thursday night lineup slummed to Joey, Will & Grace, The Apprentice and ER. It was like, just because Friends and Seinfeld had played out, you didn't have to give up completely, but you did. I believe it was your shit Thursday that singlehandedly took your... Continue Reading →

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