Wondering what to do with the gift cards you got for the holidays? Several notable and several un-notable TV shows were released this week, some of which you need to catch up on, and some of which you totally don't.
Chuck: The Complete Second Season
We liked Chuck back when he was just an ordinary guy who had precious CIA information embedded in his brain, but now that he has insane kung fu and friend-saving skills, we are in love! Before the show returns for a third season on January 10th, watch the long and bumpy road to Ellie and Awesome's wedding, savor the final moments of Chuck as a Buy More employee and enjoy Bryce being alive, before he was killed and got his own TV show.
Big Love: The Complete Third Season
Now, I'm all for three wives, but a fourth?! Bill Henrickson, you are starting to get greedy. In the third season, Ana sees the cons of entering an already fragile, illegal, rape-accused, church-starting, polygamous family.
Kendra: The Complete First Season
Kendra averaged 2.6 million viewers every week, and roughly 100 of them weren't watching just for her boobs.
The Philanthropist: The Complete Series
Michael K. Williams was on this show, but not as Omar Little. Where's the philanthropy in that?
Super Friends: Season One, Vol. One
The classic group of Superman, Batman, Robin, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Wendy, Marvin White, and Wonderdog. I'd personally prefer to be part of The Simpsons's Super Friends with Ham, E-mail and Lisa.
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