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At Least We Know Where Carl Is. For Now.

By Genevieve Burgess | Miscellaneous | February 9, 2014 | Comments ()


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2014 Olympic Winter Games on NBC at 7:00pm ET. Tonight’s time-delayed and frustratingly edited events are men’s downhill skiing, women’s snowboard slopestyle, men’s ski jumping and the ladies free skate event of the team figure skating competition. The whole team figure skating thing is so bizarre to me. I mean, I guess it’s nice that they’ve figured out a way to get more nights out one of the most popular winter sports, but it really just doesn’t seem like a natural outgrowth of the sport. But that’s why I’m not working for the Olympics. That and I still have a shred of dignity.

Downton Abbey on PBS at 9:00pm ET.

Shameless on Showtime at 9:00pm ET.

True Detective on HBO at 9:00pm ET. There’s going to be a 15 minute teaser for season 4 of Game of Thrones right before this at 8:45pm. So, all you Game of Thrones fans looking for a fix, this will have to hold you over until the DVDs come out on February 18th.

The Walking Dead on AMC at 9:00pm ET. Fourth season winter premiere. They’re out of the prison, so now the race is on to find what the next location they get to hide in for most of the time so the makeup team doesn’t blow their budget too quickly.

Genevieve Burgess is counting the days to April 6th.


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  • BWeaves

    Moved to new Downton Abbey bitchy recap post.

  • e jerry powell

    For some reason I'm having more of a problem attaching to "True Detective" than I ever did with "Damages." I can't figure out what it is.

    I'd appreciate the team figure skating more if more of the best skaters actually had teams to compete on. Yu Na Kim, arguably the best ladies skater in the world, competes for a nation with virtually no other figure skating presence. Germany's best pair skaters, multiple world championship medalists, didn't even participate, because the rest of the team didn't skate well enough for Germany to make the finals. Of the ten teams, only about four really have the balanced presence between the four disciplines to make team competition worthwhile, but for whatever reason the ISU decided to include 10 teams based on which delegations actually have entries -- not necessarily highly-ranked ones -- in all the disciplines. I mean, Great Britain? It's been decades since they've had top-tier skaters (Cousins, Torvill & Dean, etc.), and Ukraine has been mostly a non-entity but for Oksana Baiul back at Lillehammer. The Chinese are monsters in pairs, and the Japanese keep cranking out monster singles skaters, Italy has a couple of ladies singles and used to be a power in ice dance, and the French are pretty much only ice dancers since Joubert has been in decline. The whole team concept is a ploy so that skaters can get more than one medal in a single games, and it really doesn't make much sense otherwise.

  • SamathaBeamer

    I do not think that where Carl is in working now?
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  • John W

    As usual thanks for the heads up on GoT.

    I started watching the O.C. Rich people are just like the rest of us.

    Started watching Battlestar Galactica from the beginning, never saw it from beginning to end. Same with Mad Men.

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