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Fall TV is in full swing and I’m scrambling amongst my busy life to be catching up on everything that’s new and amazing while simultaneously catching up on a number of favorites recommended to me by others.  Some old shows have left us (Happy Endings, The Office, Community, Modern Family), but that doesn’t mean it’s still not a busy week for me and my television.  So I’ll break down the lineup I go through each week and then I’ll dive into the initial impressions of each show!

MINOR SPOILERS FOLLOW

The Fall TV Line Up

Sunday

Masters of Sex
The Walking Dead
Homeland
Boardwalk Empire

Tuesday

New Girl

Wednesday

Always Sunny in Philadelphia
South Park

Thursday

Parks and Recreation

Friday

The Legend of Korra

Saturday

Saturday Night Live

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Fall TV is upon us and it nothing is more exciting than scheduling days of the week with my favorite tv shows to look forward to.  The glorious return of some favorites such as Parks and Recreation, Happy Endings, and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia are sure to make the weeks better and then Sunday night is filled with madness as well.  Not football madness, but the 9:00 and 10:00 spot will be heavily competed for when it comes to Dexter, The Walking Dead, and Boardwalk Empire.  How do you guys cope with so much television?  Don’t you dare say “I don’t watch it”, because that’s inexcusable.  Just kidding, but anywho, I’ve compiled the trailers and expectations of some of my favorite shows, so check ’em out below!  The spoilers in the drama season are likely to be huge, so tread lightly!

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If you’ve seen It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, you know the two star crossed lovers, Charlie Kelly and the Waitress.  Turns out real life actors Charlie Day and Mary Elizabeth Ellis who portray them respectively are actually married in real life, which is probably the cause of the comedic chemistry between the two characters.  Honestly, this is one Hollywood Marriage [if you can call it that] that I would always openly root for.  The duo have a credit together where they play an incestuous brother/sister in Reno 911.  Watch above for comedic grossness.

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Normally this would fit into a single image of 24 for the Weekend Funnies.  But seeing as it’s semi-movie related, I’ve decided to give it’s own slot to appreciate the hilarious portmanteau [definition here] created here.  It’s reminiscent of other portmanteaus I’ve seen in popular culture, which I’m augmented this post with.

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I recently just watched Peep World out of an interest in seeing Michael C. Hall outside of serial killer form.  First I’d like to say Hall doesn’t have too much range, because I still got a crazy, serial killer vibe from him as a regular house husband.  But seeing the rest of the cast, Rainn Wilson as a loser brother, Sarah Silverman as the bitchy sister, and what looks like John Ralfio from Parks and Recreation as the young ambitious brother that sold out his dysfunctional family’s dirty secrets for profit in the form of a book, it reminded me of other memorable dysfunctional families I’ve seen in movies and television.  Peep World had an interesting idea, but the Meyerwitz family wasn’t dysfunctional or colorful enough as it could’ve been.  Here’s 6 more dysfunctional families that makes me 10x more thankful for my own.  Spoilers below.

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I wasn’t able to comment on how the season [and series] opening of the television show’s I’ve been watching.  In all honesty, each opening could have it’s own article dedicated to them [those will be saved for a later date], but in essence of time, consider this a check up commenting on how strong each series is so far, and where they can improve.  This is a good time for a check up because one cannot judge how well the series will do this season based on the opener, but rather the follow up episodes that will likely be more closer to setting the mood of the entire season run.  Hit the jump to see if you agree.  Spoilers ahead, watch your step.

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Fall TV is the most exciting thing to happen to me this year.  It was only early this year I discovered the wonders of Television.  I’d hate to say it, but TV just might be getting an edge on film in the heated debate within my head.  We’re not going to get into that right now, maybe on a rainy day and I want to write a 3,000 word essay.  Anyways, back to the excitement of Fall TV.  Everyone is expecting new shows and old shows to return and the marketing team’s best way to attract new and old fanbases is of course the promos.  Below, I’ve compiled a list of videos of instances where the marketing team has succeeded and I will watch the season opening.  Let me know if I missed anything you’re going to watch.

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