Eight TV Thoughts

  1. The Office series finale was so great! I laughed and cried and remembered the last nine years fondly. I think they wrapped everything up perfectly.
  2. The 90210 series finale was just as stupid as the rest of the series. I can’t believe I made it though five years. I’m glad Silver ended up with cancer. SOMETHING bad had to happen!
  3. Ready For Love is not good. I like the matchmakers, but other than that I like the Bachelor better in every way. Also, I hate that Tim Lopez is one of the contestants. I can’t believe that the girls are genuine about him and not his fame.
  4. Loving Shark Tank.
  5. How To Live With Your Parents For The Rest of Your Life is pretty stupid. I like Sarah Chalke (only because of Elliot), so I’ll probably keep watching.
  6. We like Grimm, but I can’t stand the Juliet storyline. This has been the worst season so far, and I hope they end it soon.
  7. The Following was good, but it really made me suspicious of the FBI. If they are that incompetent in real life, our country has a problem. And I don’t believe that Joe is really dead.
  8. People are obsessed with Nashville. I really like it, but I still hate Scarlett’s storyline. I still maintain that Desperate Housewives is a superior series.
  9. I have no expectation that The Goodwin Games will be very good, but I think it will be entertaining enough for a summer series.
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3 Responses to Eight TV Thoughts

  1. Amber says:

    Holy crap! Spoilers! We are halfway through Season 1 of The Followers. We really like it so far. Too bad now I know Joe dies. haha.

  2. Paige C says:

    LOVED the series finale of The Office. It was so perfect. We also just watched the premiere of The Goodwin Games last night! I was excited to see it because I love Becki Newton (from back when she was on Ugly Betty). We thought it was pretty entertaining, so we’re going to give it a shot.

  3. cyndie says:

    You need to read “Enemies: A History of the FBI” and “Legacy of Ashes,” a history of the CIA. Both are by Tim Weiner.

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