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I imagine this is good news for Community fans.
Breaking In is slick, but there's a difference between a well-oiled story and a plot that ends before it starts. Every character interaction, each scene of them breaking into things, each storyline washes over you in quick cuts, on sets that are brightly lit and totally clean, with a cast full of chipper people who are wholeheartedly throwing themselves into their roles. Watching an episode is more like having a wave of serial television wash over you. Afterwards, you know you just saw a show about people breaking into places just to say they broke into places, but you probably won't be able to easily break down that experience yourself. However, you probably won't still be trying to figure out why any network would give Christian Slater another TV show.
Miss Hurley? Want to watch him be an expert on Alcatraz? Your very specific desire is in the process of being met!
I see more Snatch Game in our futures.
Hate to break it to you, but Fox burst many a bubble last night.
Cougar Town is going through with that name change after all...
So a coach and a long-haired hippie walk onto a reality show...
With another regular television season coming to a close just in time for the Memorial Day weekend, we'd like to hold a memorial of our own for all of the characters and other elements that we'll miss the most from this year's ridiculously robust round of cancelled and concluded shows. Important note, however: This list is just about shows from the 2010-2011 season, so no putting, like, Firefly people or whatever in the comments, please. We know you'll want to, but just try to resist.
Tammy No. 2 is leaving the Pawnee Library for a different kind of workplace.