<p>Lauren Bowles in a scene from tonight's &quot;True Blood.&quot;</p>

Lauren Bowles in a scene from tonight's "True Blood."

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'True Blood' - 'I Hate You, I Love You': Living arrangements

Sookie helps Eric, Sam helps Tommy and Arlene seeks help from God

Well, I suspect I know what most of the discussion of this week's "True Blood" will be about. So let me just link to Fienberg's live-blog of the "True Blood" panel at Comic-Con on Friday afternoon and I'll open the floor to you. (As usual, Leslie Gornstein will have a more thorough account of things later tonight at our Monkeys as Critics blog.)

Have at it, people. What do you think about what happened near the end there, and also about some of the things that were said (especially by Tara) earlier? 

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<p>Walt (Bryan Cranston)&nbsp;makes a purchase on &quot;Breaking Bad.&quot;</p>

Walt (Bryan Cranston) makes a purchase on "Breaking Bad."

Credit: AMC

'Breaking Bad' - 'Thirty-Eight Snub': Death by stereo!

Walt, Jesse and Mike try to go on after the shocking events in the lab

A review of tonight's "Breaking Bad" coming up just as soon as I leave recorded proof of my intention to buy a car wash...

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<p>Larry David and Jeff Garlin on &quot;Curb Your Enthusiasm.&quot;</p>

Larry David and Jeff Garlin on "Curb Your Enthusiasm."

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'Curb Your Enthusiasm' - 'The Palestinian Chicken': The social assassin

Middle Eastern tensions come to Larry's neighborhood in a hilarious episode

A review of tonight's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" coming up just as soon as I quote Theodor Herzl...

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<p>&quot;Sons of Anarchy&quot;&nbsp;returned to Comic-Con, this time in a bigger room.</p>

"Sons of Anarchy" returned to Comic-Con, this time in a bigger room.

Credit: FX

Comic-Con 2011: 'Sons of Anarchy' panel live-blog

Kurt Sutter and company move on up to Hall H

Wi-fi permitting, I'm going to live-blog the "Sons of Anarchy" panel - featuring "Sons" creator Kurt Sutter and stars Charlie Hunnam, Ron Perlman and Katey Sagal - that will close out the final day of Comic-Con 2011.

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<p>Karen Gillan and Matt Smith from &quot;Doctor Who&quot;&nbsp;came to Comic-Con.</p>

Karen Gillan and Matt Smith from "Doctor Who" came to Comic-Con.

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Comic-Con 2011: 'Doctor Who' panel live-blog

Matt Smith and Karen Gillan invade Hall H.

Seated in a packed Hall H on the last day of Comic-Con for the "Doctor Who" panel, which will feature Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and writer Toby Whithouse. Wifi permitting, I'll try to live-blog as much as I can.

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<p>Joss Whedon as he appeared at Comic-Con two years ago.</p>

Joss Whedon as he appeared at Comic-Con two years ago.

Comic-Con 2011: Joss Whedon talks 'Buffy,' 'Firefly,' 'Dr. Horrible'... and, oh yeah, 'Avengers'

Adaptations, spin-offs and sequels were the topic of the day for the Comic-Con icon

I went to Dark Horse Comics' Joss Whedon panel yesterday afternoon curious to hear what, if anything, he had to say about the making of "The Avengers." Instead, the superhero movie barely came up, but Whedon did add some more fodder to my pre-Comic-Con discussion about how certain series translate from one medium to another.

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The "Community" cast (minus Alison Brie) returned to Comic-Con.
The "Community" cast (minus Alison Brie) returned to Comic-Con.
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Comic-Con 2011: 'Community' blows the roof off again

Where will season 3 find Pierce, Jeff and the rest?

For the second year in a row, "Community" took over the Indigo Ballroom(*) at Comic-Con and provided a raucous, risque, multi-media love-fest between the show's actors, creator Dan Harmon and the fans.

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<p>&quot;The Wire&quot;&nbsp;alum Michael Kenneth Williams will play the study group's new professor on &quot;Community.&quot;</p>

"The Wire" alum Michael Kenneth Williams will play the study group's new professor on "Community."

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Omar comin': 'Community' casts Michael Kenneth Williams

'The Wire'/'Boardwalk Empire' co-star to play the group's new professor

"Community" has found its new teacher, and I can describe the casting in two words:

Omar comin'.

Michael Kenneth Williams, beloved by "The Wire" fans for his work as larger-than-life stick-up man Omar Little - and also by "Boardwalk Empire" fans for his current role as non-bookcase-building Chalky White - has agreed to appear in at least three episodes of "Community" season 3.

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<p>Rex (Mekhi Phifer)&nbsp;goes for a drive in &quot;Torchwood:&nbsp;Miracle Day.&quot;</p>

Rex (Mekhi Phifer) goes for a drive in "Torchwood: Miracle Day."

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'Torchwood: Miracle Day' - 'Dead of Night': Miles to go before we sleep

One of Russell T. Davies' favorite boogeymen pops up as a potential villain

As I said in last week's "Torchwood: Miracle Day" review, I'm too swamped with Comic-Con to give a proper write-up to tonight's episode, but I have a few quick thoughts coming up just as soon as I sit at my desk and read blogs for a living...

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<p>&quot;Lost&quot;&nbsp;producers Damon&nbsp;Lindelof and Carlton Cuse reunited to talk about the show at Comic-Con.</p>

"Lost" producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse reunited to talk about the show at Comic-Con.

Credit: ABC

'Lost' producers reunite at Comic-Con, present new footage

Did Darlton offer definitive proof that they had a plan?

Over the last few days, it appeared that the two main creative architects of "Lost" were having a Twitter war, as Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse kept sending increasingly hostile tweets at each other about something they only called "the Marble Rye." It got to the point where some "Lost" fans were sending out anguished tweets about how Mommy and Daddy were fighting.

As it turns out, the entire beef was staged to set up Team Darlton's surprise, hilarious entrance into the memorable "Entertainment Weekly Presents... Totally 'Lost': One Year Later" panel.

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