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Sexism Just Won't Die in 'Burying the Ex'

Playing like a "Rom-Zom-Com" helmed by Judd Apatow, Burying the Ex suffers from a repository of sexist tropes, a somewhat redeeming ending notwithstanding.

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Mondays This Fall: Your 2013 TV Preview

Everything you need to know about all the upcoming new TV series.

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The Ghost of Ted Mosby Lingers in 'Liberal Arts'

Josh Radnor may be trying to go to the classic actor/writer/director formula to break free from the character type he's become ensconced in by How I Met Your Mother, but Liberal Arts looks a lot like a product of Ted Mosby's imagination.

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Murder, They Watched: Are the French Obsessed with American Crime Drama?

Why are there so many American police procedurals on French TV? Is it because French women have a massive crush on David Caruso? This and other hypotheses come to mind...

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Five Is Enough: The Inevitable Decline of 'Mad Men'

I am as excited as a person could possibly be for the beginning of the fifth season of Mad Men, but I worry that the season won’t be as good as we want it to be.

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Your Virtual Fall TV Preview: Mondays

Part one of a primetime look at what the major networks will be offering us, with predictions on what will stick and what will flop.

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'Happythankyoumoreplease' Will Leave You Satisfiedfornow

The feature directorial debut of Josh Radnor, best known as Ted Mosby on How I Met Your Mother, leaves viewers curious what he'll come up with next.

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Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog Showcases Joss Whedon's Evil Genius

Joss Whedon's groundbreaking Internet musical misses an opportunity to add new special features to this otherwise excellent release.

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How I Met Your Mother: Season One

This is no static workplace comedy or rinse-repeat tale of funny family life. As the narration from the future reminds us, life as the characters know it is destined to end.

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How I Met Your Mother

The story of that meeting unfolds in what will surely become the longest flashback in TV history, especially if the series stays on the air beyond a season.

Michael Abernethy
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