Which 'Game of Thrones' characters do we want to see meet each other next?
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Which 'Game of Thrones' characters do we want to see meet each other next?

Should Varys and Theon form a support group? Could Brienne topple the Mountain? And how quickly could Jon Snow kill Ramsay?

Because the characters on "Game of Thrones" are spread so far and wide across George R.R. Martin's fictional world, significant characters can be on the show for years and never cross paths. Or, in some cases, they die before they get a chance to encounter someone with whom they might have a lot in common.

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<p>Louie</p>

Louie

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Season finale review: 'Louie' - 'The Road, Part 2': I am the Ass Man

Louie clashes with a comic over different philosophies, and has a nice memory on the trip

"Louie" wrapped up its abbreviated fifth season(*) last night, and I have a review of the finale coming up just as soon as I ask you not to light your fart...

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<p>Halt and Catch Fire`</p>

Halt and Catch Fire`

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Review: 'Halt and Catch Fire' upgrades in a big way for season 2

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More emphasis on the women and the primitive Internet helps AMC drama fulfill its potential

"Computers aren't the thing," Joe McMillan promised in the very first episode of AMC's "Halt and Catch Fire." Instead, he insisted, "They are the thing that gets us to the thing."

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<p>Louie</p>

Louie

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How ‘Louie’ got a shorter season because Louis C.K. got high

Highlights from C.K. and Pamela Adlon's Emmy FYC panel

The network TV season ended last week, which means we're diving deep into Emmy campaigning season. The official Emmy ballot gets sent to TV Academy members in early June, and in the meantime, networks and studios are doing their best to put on good faces for potential voters, sometimes with elaborate screener packages, sometimes with For Your Consideration panels featuring the creators and stars of their shows.

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<p>Aquarius</p>

Aquarius

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Review: David Duchovny chases Charles Manson in NBC's underwhelming 'Aquarius'

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NBC will make all episodes of 1967 cop drama available to binge, but the show's not designed for it

In "Aquarius," David Duchovny plays an LA cop in 1967 with old-school hair and old-school values. Asked to find a teenage girl who has vanished into the city's hippie underbelly, he reluctantly teams with a shaggy-haired young cop with crazy new ideas about civil liberties and equality. Very quickly, then, the series sets itself up as an ideological  clash between the veteran and the rookie, even as they collaborate to find the girl and potentially put a charge on the charismatic guy named Charles Manson who has her under his sway.

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<p>iZombie</p>

iZombie

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Review: 'iZombie' - 'Astroburger': Devil inside?

Major gets closer to the truth, Liv has hallucinations, and Johnny Frost returns

A quick review of tonight's "iZombie" coming up just as soon as I decide which poison to give you...

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<p>UnReal</p>

UnReal

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Firewall & Iceberg, Episode 286: 'Aquarius,' 'Halt and Catch Fire,' 'UnReal' & more

Dan and Alan discuss 'Mad Men' Emmy chances and announce this summer's podcast rewind project

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Happy Tuesday, boys and girls! We're ready for the summer with a new Firewall & Iceberg Podcast that discusses a trio of summer premieres (two new shows, one returning), answers a leftover piece of "Mad Men" business, and introduces this summer's podcast rewatch. 

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<p>Community</p>

Community

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Review: 'Community' - 'Wedding Videography': Marital crisis alert!

The gang is on their best, and worst, behavior at Garrett's wedding

A quick review of this week's "Community" — which you can watch on Yahoo Screen — coming up just as soon as I'm here for the Such...

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<p>The Sopranos</p>

The Sopranos

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Are you ready for the summer? (2015 edition)

Tuck into some bleeping ziti as we revisit 'The Sopranos' season 1

We're now past both the end of the broadcast network TV season and Memorial Day, so while the calendar might insist that summer is nearly a month away, the summer TV season is absolutely here. Dan and I have already run through some of the new and returning summer shows we're most interested in, and now it's time for me to tell you the classic TV season we'll be revisiting on the blog this summer. (That is, if the picture on this post hasn't already given it away.)

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<p>BoJack Horseman, Hannibal and Married</p>

BoJack Horseman, Hannibal and Married

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'True Detective,' 'Orange Is the New Black' & more: Summer TV's best returning shows

Cannibals, sex researchers and reviewers of life are all coming back over the next few months

Dan and I have already broken down some of the new summer shows that most intrigue us, but if I'm being honest, the big summer action seems to be on the side of the returning shows.

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