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TAT­TOO OF THE MONTH

For the life us us we couldn’t work out why John Con­stan­tine carved a doo­dle of the En­ter­prise into Manny’s chest.

QUIZ QUES­TION OF THE MONTH

We’re bet­ting about 90% are go­ing to get this round of Only Connect right. We’re bet­ting 20% would have got it on the first clue. An­swer be­low in case you’re still puz­zled…*

CAMEO OF THE MONTH

Stan Lee turns up in Agent Carter for a shoe shine.

WEIRD­EST CON­CEPT OF THE MONTH

Ac­cord­ing to the Wall Street Jour­nal, Net­flix is de­vel­op­ing a new Zelda se­ries, de­scribed as “Game Of Thrones for a fam­ily au­di­ence”. So no sex, no gore, no swear­ing… um, lots of mud and the oc­ca­sional dragon, then?

RES­UR­RECTED PLOT OF THE MONTH

With Elena urg­ing Jeremy to go to art col­lege it’s like good old early sea­sons of The Vam­pire Di­aries, when the writ­ers al­ways teased us by look­ing like they were writ­ing “Jer” out of the se­ries. Sadly, he keeps com­ing back. Even from death.

SEP­A­RATED AT BIRTH OF THE MONTH

Did any­body else have to dou­ble- check on IMDb that this Nazi in Agent Carter WASN’T played by Hugh Den­nis?

STUPI­DEST WIT­NESS OF THE MONTH

A woman who saw a guy turn into a dog in front of her eyes later tells cop ( and Grimm) Nick Burkhardt, “It’s hard to de­scribe.” How about: “HE LOOKED LIKE A FRIG­GING DOG!”

RUB­BISH BOND VIL­LAIN OF THE MONTH

Ju­lian Sands’ au­di­tion for SPEC­TRE was scup­pered when Rent- A- Pet ran out of White Per­sians. Luck­ily, Gotham was des­per­ate…

iN­SULT OF THE MONTH

Cisco on Hart­ley Rath­away ( The Flash): “He was mostly a jerk. But, ev­ery once in a while, he could be a dick.”

CROSS­OVER OF THE MONTH

Any­one else catch the episode of Gotham where Pen­guin went for a break at a Maplins hol­i­day camp? Hi- de- Hi!

BAD HAIR DAY OF THE MONTH

And the win­ner of the Anakin Sky­walker Crap Pony Tail Award goes to Cole in 12 Mon­keys.

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