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COME ON..the show is better of cacelled..bring back the oldies, I hate the newbies. the show is going down the drain..not intrested in watching it anymore, lacks humor, lacks personlity...pass!!!
Check out this week's all new episode of "This Week in TV" with Kendra and Rachel. We've made some changes to the format to hopefully spice things up. This week we have some new features, including a section with Reeler Responses (that's YOU) and a highlight of what we're most excited for on TV this week! Give it a watch (we've shortened it up a bit too) and tell us what you think! This Week in TV - 3.7.2010 You can find these videos from week to week on the TV tab.
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While there are many adorable couples, bromances, and friendship duos we adore on TV, since it's International Friendship Week, we want to go bigger! Many great shows are based on a group of friends, but it's hard to get it right... but when that happens, does it ever make for some of the best shows of all! I've listed a number of amazing shows below that are all around a true blue group of amazing friends, so we want to know who from this list or those we missed tops your list of the best TV friends ever. Friends How I Met Your Mother Sex and the City Entourage Scrubs Grey's Anatomy Desperate Housewives Queer as Folk Eastwick Additional Popular User Choices: Buffy the Vampire Slayer Seinfeld That 70's Show Saved by the Bell The Big Bang Theory It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Community
Check out what's new on TV this week, what holiday specials are on, and which of your favs are off for their holiday breaks. Also, with the big holiday breaks for most shows, it's the perfect time to play TV catch-up! kendra and RachelL share what shows they'll be catching up on and what they recommend you check out and catch up on as well! Watch it now: SideReel's This Week on TV (12/14/09) You can find these videos from week to week on the TV tab. We'd love to hear your comments, questions, and feedback about the week in TV, SideReel's new video podcasts, and whatever else you have to say, so leave it all in the comments below!
I just want to add a few thoughts of mine about the new characters of season 9. First, Denise Mahoney, played by actress Eliza Coupe. This one may be a little bias because I am crushing majorly on Eliza Coupe right now. But that's because she is so great on Scrubs. I liked her a whole lot last season as well. It's fun having another blunt character on the show. Most are just silly, though I do like that. Denise is very different from the rest of the characters, and it's always great to see her scenes and to know to expect something different. She's funny as hell, and not in the typical Scrubs way. Eliza is gorgeous and strong, I hope we keep her. Lucy Bennett, played by Kerry Bishe. Not nearly as good as JD's deer-in-headlights, naive, newbie-at-life daydreamer, but I like the character nonetheless. She'll never be 2001 JD or even 2009 JD, but hopefully she'll steal the show some time down the line. But for now, she is my least favorite character. Zach Braff's shoes are going to be hard to fill, but that's understandable. All that matters is that Kerry Bishe understands that. I do think she will eventually become a great lead-in replacement. But the great thing about Scrubs is that it was never a true one-man-show. Drew Suffin, portrayed by Michael Mosley. This guy was surprisingly funny. I wasn't sure about how I felt about him at first, but after seeing how good the actor is, I really liked the character. I think he is a good pairing with Denise, and not just in relationship terms, but in a character point of view to. I saw a little chemistry there, that has potential to build up over time kind of like Elliot and JD's. I loved their scenes together, they can make a very funny duo. I also like the Drew/Dr. Cox dynamic. And how JD fit's (or more like thrusts his way) in there. I'd like to see Drew's reaction to the Janitor. I can imagine it being very different than the way JD handled it. Actually, Drew's reaction to everyone should be very different than JD's. Which I feel is what makes this character really good for the show. Cole Aaronson played by Dave Franco... Wow. I seriously hated this character for about the first 5 minutes of screen time he had. But I couldn't deny my laughter at this kids attitude. He was naturally annoying at first, but even though he's a complete jackass, he is very easy to like. Scrubs writers have a way of making lovable jackasses, ie. Dr. Cox, Dr. Kelso, Jordan, the Janitor. Dave seems to be a perfect fit for that character. And I like fresh characters that bring a fresh attitude to the show. Maya, played by Nicky Whalen. Not much to say with so little screen time. I probably shouldn't even say anything about this character. But I did enjoy her scenes. I love how she responds to Dr. Cox's cynicism. She's beautiful and doesn't try to steal the show. I hope she has more appearances, I'd really like to see her get in with the crowd and show us her talent for comedy. Of course, Nicky is stunningly beautiful, but she doesn't seem to depend on that. I love her already. Let's get her more episodes! Well, that's my opinion about the new group. I miss Sunny, and I hope we get more Eliza taking off her clothes :)
The Thanksgiving holiday is over and that means most of the shows we were missing last week are back, and some we've been missing for longer like Scrubs and Dollhouse return as well! Get the scoop about TV scheduling for the week plus a little Gossip Girl chat from kendra and RachelL here: SideReel: This Week on TV (11/30/09) You can find these videos from week to week on the TV tab. We'd love to hear your comments, questions, and feedback about the week in TV, SideReel's new video podcasts, and whatever else you have to say, so leave it all in the comments below!
Yet another medical drama where everyone is broken, has issues and of course how could any self-respecting tv series not include the character that is mourning a death of someone who died in the first episode and has flash backs due to it and the lovable jackass who at start will be making people roll their eyes at his pass, but the one who "dislikes" him the most, will be the one who falls madly inlove with him. (like no one saw that from the begining) Episode 2 shows how sensitive the paramedics are, and how much of a dickhead the doctors are. "Nurse jackie" shows how the doctors diagnose and are snobby but the nurses are the healers. "Grey's anatomy" everyone is broken (again) lovesick and suicidal (and these people are mending others) Trauma seems to be yet another series showing the "hidden heroes in the background" living up to all the cliche you can think of. - the woman paramedic that looses her lover/loved one and freaks out and tries to revive a dead man dispite of the shouting to stop and eventually breaks down in tears (episode 1) - the jackass everyone loves to hate, and the biggest hater will be his biggest love (prediction for the future) - the cocky jackass will make a fatal decision and cost someones life and he'll realise his error but still act cool about it, although he's emotinally torn (episode 2) - miracle healing through the love of a child (episode 2) - "manly" pretty woman who knows nothing about make up and a shitload about cars and other "boy" stuff, becomes the future biggest love of the jackass character (prediction for the future) and they will always quarrel over nothing. - the trainee that sucks badly and the trainer doesn't want him, but eventually accepts him (episode 2) As the episodes roll on, i believe everyone will notice the typical cliches happing waaaaaaay too fast and waaaaaaaaay too soon.
OK I GOT THROUGH ALL OF SEASON ONE OF SCRUBS SO ONLY 7 MORE TO GO WISH THERE WAS AN EASIER WAY