Art Scam Of The Mo nth
Celebrating the silliest moments from the month in TV
If you wondered where Vanessa in Daredevil sources her avant garde artwork, then…
Next Week Trailer Of The Mo nth
When an episode of Grimm ended with a Hexenbiest learning she was pregnant with Nick’s baby, the next week trailer momentarily showed sitcom style scenes of heavenly domestic bliss until said Hexenbiest interrupted to announce, “Like that’s gonna happen!” Classic.
Da ting Advice Of The Mo nth
“What’s he got that I haven’t?” moaned Kyle in Tatau. “Chlamydia,” replies mate Budgie before correcting himself. “No, the other one, charisma.” We’re not sure he knew the difference.
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… The Originals gave us the answer. Klaus seems to have changed his style somewhat.
Ha untingly Fa miliar Ad Of The Mo nth
Homes For Britain clearly think the housing problem can be solved by giving everybody a Cabin In The Wood.
Hideous Phras e Of The Mo nth
The Vampire Diaries actually went there – it coined the phrase “witcheries”. It’s the thin end of a stick that leads to ” werebies” and “zomzards”.
Happ y Geek Of The Mo nth
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Meanwhile, the Winships in The Returned are clearly some of Vanessa’s keenest customers. This is the most convincing piece of geek acting on TV ever. The Flash’s Cisco deserves an Oscar.
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However, Aumea’s oily boyfriend in Tatau was gutted when Vanessa sent him a rejection letter for his submission, dismissing it as “1970s heavy metal album art”.
Unexpected Guest Star Of The Mo nth
Good grief. For a moment there we could have sworn Chief O’Hara from ’ 60s Batman had turned up in Gotham, but it was just an incredible lookey- likey.
Remake Of The Mo nth
In case you missed it at 8am, Thunderbirds Are Go actually remade a classic Thunderbirds episode, “Trapped In The Sky”. Shame it wasn’t the one with the giant alligators.