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Lost: The Mystery Continues? – Top 5 Unanswered Questions

Lost may have finished, but will it ever truly be over? After the series finale The End, message boards and podcast are still trying to decipher what happened. As controversial as the finale was on wide variety of issues, some questions and the answers we seek are still elusive.

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TV Show Awards: Jay Malone Edition

I’ve been watching a ton of television lately and I’ve realized there has been a multitude of great shows this past year and I thought to myself “Why not hand out some Jay Malone Player Affinity awards?” You may ask “Well, is this awards thing actually… a thing?” Well it is sir/ma’am… Yes it most certainly is. Below are the shows in contention for awards and of course the awards themselves. There are a few shows in there that are still in the middle of their debut season, so I based their performance on the episodes that have been broadcast so far. The awards are for shows that aired from 2009 through mid-2010.

 

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Get It Watched! – Misfits

Get It Watched! highlights some of the unsung heroes of the small screen; the lesser known programs that people often overlook. I’ll be looking at shows not just from the US but also from the UK, Canada, Australia and other English speaking countries and each edition will feature a different recommendation and rundown of what you are missing.  Please, please recommend your own picks for shows you feel are the orphan children of broadcasting, because I am only one guy (albeit one with stunning good looks and incredible intellectual insight).

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Damages: Save or Sayonara?

A woman emerges from an elevator with blood painted across her skin.  Her hair is disheveled and her body quivers and shakes uncontrollably.  She’s wearing a coat and is naked underneath it.  She runs through the streets, passing pedestrians and cars along the way until she’s finally stopped by the police.  It’s clear there’s an interesting story here, and as this woman says, “Get me a lawyer,” we know that we’re in for a bumpy ride.  However, the action suddenly shifts six months earlier as we begin to learn how exactly this curious set of events came to occur.  That was the beauty of “Damages,” a legal drama on FX that was recently canceled after its third season finale.  The show mixed the future and the past, flashing to the past so that there would be a contrast between what happened six months ago and what was happening now.  The show was infamous for pulling the wool over the audience’s eyes, and even during the season finale, the writers wouldn’t completely reveal what their true intents were for certain characters and plot points. 

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Gone but Not Forgotten

Below is a list of some of the best shows that were killed off in their prime, or cancelled before they had a chance to get there. Yeah, we will miss 24 and Lost, but this is a memorial to the TV programmes that were axed prematurely, a proverbial candle in the wind for those fallen heroes (no pun intended).

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Summer TV Show Roundup

So you’re looking for a little entertainment from TV this summer?  Well it’s your lucky day.  It seems that more and more summer is becoming a time for the cable broadcasters to bring out some of the best series, while the commercial networks try out some experiments.  Let’s look at some of those summer shows you might enjoy. HBO is going to have a treat for us coming Sunday June 13th.  It’s the third season of True Blood and I’m sure we won’t be disappointed.  Look for things to be really turned upside down with some new characters like Werewolves and some new additional Vampire characters.   Sookie will be spending time looking for Bill… of course, Eric is there to help and supply her with some assistance.  Also on paid TV, look for continuing episodes of Weeds and Dexter on Showtime.

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Get It Watched! – The Border

Get It Watched! highlights some of the unsung heroes of the small screen; the lesser known programs that people often overlook. I’ll be looking at shows not just from the US but also from the UK, Canada, Australia and other English speaking countries and each edition will feature a different recommendation and rundown of what you are missing.  Please, please recommend your own picks for shows you feel are the orphan children of broadcasting, because I am only one guy (albeit one with stunning good looks and incredible intellectual insight).

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Geoff Desmoulin Interview

If we ever wanted to find out who was the deadliest anything, we would most likely go to my latest interviewee. He is a professional Biomedical Engineer and one of the hosts for SpikeTV’s Deadliest Warrior, Geoff Desmoulin.

On Deadliest Warrior, which is now in its second season (first season available on DVD) and airs every Tuesday night at 10 PM on SpikeTV, Geoff, along with Max Geiger, Dr. Dorian, and some sweet analytical software, take some of histories greatest individual warriors and warrior groups and pit them against each other in mythological match-ups to determine the age old question: “Who is DEADLIEST?”

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108 Things I’ll Miss About Lost

108 things I’ll miss/ things I loved/ remaining thoughts about Lost:

1. Maybe this will be repeated, one way or another in this list, it was nice to have a show that made the audience look for more. It was a difficult show all the way.
2. Hurley. Jorge Garcia has that kind of best friend look to him that is truly endearing.
3. Having a show that pulled off time travel in multiple ways, multiple times.
4. Ben Linus. I just remember when he first came on and thinking, “Jesus, that guy is slimy.” I wanted him dead. As always:
5. That this show rarely gave viewers what they wanted, and we were better for it.
6. The actors. Not to sound shallow, but so many of them were really good looking. Evangeline Lily and  Emilie de Ravin for the guys, Josh Holloway for the ladies…  
7. Mr. Eko. Yeah, he’s been gone for 3 seasons, but off all the ones who didn’t make it, I think I miss him the most.
8. Having my head hurt when thinking about the show. That’s a good thing.
9. Daniel Faraday. I have always loved Jeremy Davies; loved having a physicist interested in time travel as a character on a major network show.
10. Speaking of Faraday, one of my favorite episodes: “The Constant.” One of those, “My god what a great effin episode!” that Lost was capable of delivering 3 times a season.

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Get It Watched! -The Fixer

Since this is a brand spanking new site, we are slowly starting to build up our reader base and are actively listening to comments and suggestions regarding features people would like to see. One such idea was to highlight some of the unsung heroes of the small screen; the lesser known programs that people often overlook. I’ll be looking at shows not just from the US but also from the UK, Canada, Australia and other English speaking countries and each edition will feature a different recommendation and rundown of what you are missing.  Please, please recommend your own picks for shows you feel are the orphan children of broadcasting, because I am only one guy (albeit one with stunning good looks and incredible intellectual insight).

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