It's just understood that Aviva and Teresa are two of the worst human beings on the planet at this point, but we've left them off the list (for now!) to make room for other terrible people.
The insanity of Fall TV is in full swing, and while we're busy judging shows as a whole, a lot of the new and returning shows really have us puzzled with some of the unusual choices they are making. We'll likely never get these answers, but we pose the questions that really have us stumped.
Coming soon to FX... Homeland 2: Homeland Harder.
It's more Cowell, less Deschanel at Fox this month.
With fall TV in full swing, there are already shows getting cancelled, others getting full-season pickups and still more returning shows that could use a little help. While some programs have problems that could take an entire year to repair (see: House), these other series just need some quick fixes that would make them exponentially more entertaining almost immediately.
The Real World debuted this week, but while Frank has already begun earning his way on the list, we've got a hunch he's going to be far more atrocious as the season progresses than he was in the season premiere. Aim high, dude.
Boardwalk Empire sent another character to swim with the fishes this week.
Our TV viewing was mainly devoted to all of the scripted premieres this week, but these reality TV folks acted like big enough idiots to draw our attention away from shows that might actually have some real value.
Hey, remember Love Bites? No? That's OK -- same thing happened to NBC for about a year.
Happy St. Patrick's Day! NBC just got drunk on green beer and did something awesome!