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No Season 3: Mindhunter, We Hardly Knew Ye
No crime truer than this.
If you have never seen Taskmaster, you're missing out on the greatest TV series of all time.
I won't lie and say that I've loved every season, or every contestant. But for me, any Taskmaster is great Taskmaster. And I'm not alone.
Game of Thrones - After All this Time, it Still Hurts
I know. It's been years. I should be able to move on. And yet... (Big ol' spoiler warning, by the way.) Pop culture juggernaut Game of Thrones ran from 2011-2019. Based on George R. R. Martin's (still, as of February 2023, unfinished) fantasy series, A Song of Ice and Fire,
"In Rainbow Roads" re-imagines Radiohead's masterpiece as the Mario 64 soundtrack. And I'm living for it.
I'm not sorry about it: I'm a huge Radiohead fan. Despite the stereotype of "pretentious" Radiohead fans, I am willing to stand tall, proud and with enthusiasm as I display my extensive Radiohead vinyl collection. And first in their discography–at least in my opinion–is 2007's In Rainbows. I
HBO Max's "Doom Patrol" will end with Season 4 and with it, something beautiful is lost.
Well, lads, it's official. HBO Max's Doom Patrol will conclude with season four, which has yet to come back after its mid-season finale. I've lurked in the subreddit, reading other users' speculations on whether it will come back for a fifth or not, and as such, I've tried to keep
Is HBO Max’s Velma as bad as everyone says it is? (Spoiler alert: yes)
At this point, you’d have to be living under a rock if you haven’t heard about HBO Max’s new animated series Velma and its…less than desirable reviews. I myself have read through countless Reddit posts and watched many review videos on YouTube, none of which have
A new Homestar Runner short celebrates 20 years of Trogdor. Sewiouswy.
I'm an unabashed Homestar Runner fanatic; have been since the day I discovered it back in 2004 and always will be. It's not because I've got a decent Strong Bad impersonation or an impeccable Homestar affect... those are mere testaments to my fandom. No. It's the clever writing, hilarious characters,