A review of last night's "Parenthood" coming up just as soon as I put Dick Cheney on my pro/con list...
Victor's school struggles spark conflict, Sarah takes Kristina's picture and Jasmine wants a break
Sam Elliott, Billy Eichner and June Diane Raphael guest star as Eagleton parks department staffers
Dan and Alan also discuss the new season's early winners and losers
Better late than never, it's time for a new Firewall & Iceberg Podcast. When last we left you, we were going to review some of the fall's lesser shows like "Super Fun Night" and "Sean Saves the World," and then do another podcast on Monday discussing "The Tomorrow People," "American Horror Story: Co-ven," etc., but life got in the way repeatedly. The planets finally aligned today, however, and while we had to skip a bunch of premieres, we were still able to discuss tonight's debut of "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland," the return of "The Walking Dead" on Sunday, early winners and losers of the new fall season, the flood of spin-offs being developed and all the rumblings about Showtime executives interfering with "Homeland" and "Dexter."
With the Columbus Day holiday on Monday, don't expect the next podcast til Tuesday at the earliest.
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Between 'SVU,' 'Homicide' and a bunch of other series, Belzer has played Munch for more than 20 years
After 20 years, several hundred episodes and appearances on more shows than any other character in American TV history, Detective John Munch is retiring.
Was the media mogul smart or foolish to try to continue the adventures of Walter White?
Nobody likes saying goodbye to their favorite shows. Even if they end perfectly, I suspect there's a part of most of us who would love for there to be more episodes, more stories, involving the characters we came to know and love.
Not many of us, though, have Jeffrey Katzenberg's kind of money, nor the audacity to offer $75 million to produce three additional episodes of "Breaking Bad."
Schmidt's sexual sabotage of Jess and Nick leads to the season's funniest episode
Jake hooks up with the coroner, and Terry paints a picture of Captain Holt
Barney confronts Ted, Robin hates women, and Marshall appears in pillow form
The study hits a setback, while Masters' request weighs on Johnson
Carrie and Dana both go back to the hospital, but for different reasons