<p>On the new Firewall &amp; Iceberg Show, Dan and Alan talked about celebrity selfies at the Oscars.</p>

On the new Firewall & Iceberg Show, Dan and Alan talked about celebrity selfies at the Oscars.

Credit: Twitter/Ellen DeGeneres

Firewall & Iceberg Show, episode 6

In the video show's triumphant return, Dan and Alan also answer mail and review 'Saint George'

Hey, remember the Firewall & Iceberg video show? Well, after a variety of technical and medical mishaps has put the show on the shelf since early January, Dan and I were finally back in action yesterday (though for various boring reasons, we had to wait til today to publish, so don't be confused by Dan's "Happy Tuesday, boys and girls!"), and more bearded than ever before! On this week's show, we talked about the Oscar telecast, the Alfonso Cuaron-directed pilot for NBC's "Believe," the return of "Cosmos" to FOX, FX's George Lopez sitcom "Saint George," and a variety of reader questions that allowed Dan and I to object to "Dads," "Mixology" and "How I Met Your Mother" all in the same segment. Everybody wins!

The rundown:

00:00 - 06:02 - Oscar Talk
06:02 - 11:03 - 'Believe' Preview
12:07 - 22:05 - Viewer Mail
23:10 - 28:01 - Cosmos Review
28:01 - 33:34 - St. George Review

As always, you can send us questions at firewalliceberg@hitfix.com. There's also now a YouTube channel where you can subscribe to all upcoming Firewall & Iceberg videos, at https://www.youtube.com/show/firewalliceberg.

<p>Walton Goggins as Boyd Crowder in &quot;Justified.&quot;</p>

Walton Goggins as Boyd Crowder in "Justified."

Credit: FX

Review: 'Justified' - 'Whistle Past the Graveyard'

Raylan chases Kendall and Uncle Jack, while Boyd tries to leave Mexico alive

A review of tonight's "Justified" coming up just as soon as I'm a doctor working on a cure...

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<p>On &quot;Brooklyn Nine-Nine,&quot; Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz) has various ways of expressing her displeasure with Boyle.</p>

On "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz) has various ways of expressing her displeasure with Boyle.

Credit: FOX

Review: 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' - 'Tactical Village'

Jake tries to set a record, Holt has a gaming problem, and Boyle gives everyone STDs

A quick review of tonight's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" coming up just as soon as I call my 13-year-old niece for makeup tips...

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<p>The Scherbatsky sisters (Lucy Hale and Cobie Smulders) reunited on &quot;How I Met Your Mother.&quot;</p>

The Scherbatsky sisters (Lucy Hale and Cobie Smulders) reunited on "How I Met Your Mother."

Credit: CBS

Review: 'How I Met Your Mother' - 'Vesuvius'

Was the latest twist of the final season one bad decision too many?

I know I got out of the weekly "How I Met Your Mother" review business, but I said I would make exceptions for episodes that were notably very good or very bad. We got one of those two tonight, and I have a review of it coming up just as soon as my old friend Mr. Lincoln emancipates that information...

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<p>Ellen DeGeneres and her celebrity friends trying to break Twitter in the middle of the Academy Awards.</p>

Ellen DeGeneres and her celebrity friends trying to break Twitter in the middle of the Academy Awards.

Credit: Twitter/Ellen DeGeneres

Review: Pizzas, celebrity selfies and pointless montages at the 2014 Academy Awards

A rough night for host Ellen DeGeneres and the producers that still had some fine speeches

The 2013 Academy Awards telecast was a mess, but it was an understandable mess. Seth MacFarlane was going to do Seth MacFarlane things, regardless of whether they were appropriate to the setting. And the show featured multiple tributes to the 10th anniversary of "Chicago" because the Oscar-cast was being led by "Chicago" producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron — and, as we were reminded of by the end of Matthew McConaughey's speech tonight, people in Hollywood like to pat themselves on the back when an opportunity presents itself.

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<p>On &quot;Girls,&quot; Hannah (Lena Dunham) and her mom (Becky Ann Baker) visit the hospital together.</p>

On "Girls," Hannah (Lena Dunham) and her mom (Becky Ann Baker) visit the hospital together.

Credit: HBO

Review: 'Girls' - 'Flo'

Hannah's ailing grandmother inspires an impromptu family reunion

A review of tonight's "Girls" coming up just as soon as Chachi means what I think it means...

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<p>On &quot;The Walking Dead,&quot; Beth visits a country club.</p>

On "The Walking Dead," Beth visits a country club.

Credit: AMC

Review: 'The Walking Dead' - 'Still'

Beth takes Daryl on a long, strange trip in search of alcohol

A review of tonight's "The Walking Dead" coming up just as soon as I visit the pro shop...

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<p>On &quot;True Detective,&quot; Marty (Woody Harrelson) and Rust (Matthew McConaughey) reunite in 2012.</p>

On "True Detective," Marty (Woody Harrelson) and Rust (Matthew McConaughey) reunite in 2012.

Credit: HBO

Review: 'True Detective' - 'After You've Gone'

In 2012, Cohle and Hart team up to reopen their old case

A review of tonight's "True Detective" coming up just as soon as I throw you a barbell when you're drowning...

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<p>In the &quot;Hannibal&quot; season premiere, Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) adjusts to life behind bars.</p>

In the "Hannibal" season premiere, Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) adjusts to life behind bars.

Credit: NBC

Season premiere review: 'Hannibal' - 'Kaiseki'

Dr. Lecter and Will Graham trade places, to the discomfort of all involved

"Hannibal" is back for a second season. I posted an advance review yesterday, and I have some thoughts on the season premiere coming up just as soon as the light from friendship won't reach us for a million years...

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<p>She&#39;s all grown up: Kristen Bell as she&#39;ll appear in the &quot;Veronica Mars&quot; movie.</p>

She's all grown up: Kristen Bell as she'll appear in the "Veronica Mars" movie.

Credit: Warner Bros.

Watch the first two minutes of the ‘Veronica Mars’ movie

A quick reminder of what Veronica went through on her TV show

The "Veronica Mars" movie doesn't arrive in theaters for another two weeks — and will be simultaneously available via various digital and On Demand platforms, in addition to all the Kickstarter backers who paid $35 or more getting their own copy of the film on March 14 — and to continue priming the audience, Warner Bros. has put the first two minutes of the film online.

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