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Have thoughts about the #DowntonAbbey finale? So did +Wordy Ginters and I. Read 'em here.
Rich people shoot grouse at Hogwarts. A butler is a dick to Branson. Lord Grantham has chest pains. Rose saves the day. One couple calls it a day while another gets serious. Bates tries to take the heat for Anna. The house sa...
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+Wordy Ginters and I chit and chat about the potential Bransonlessness of #DowntonAbbey  
Edith is found in London. Lord Merton's sons are dickholes. Other stuff happens. Old Man Duggan: "He's a man. Men don't have rights." Or Robert would totally overreact to the news of Edith having let a man's penis penetrate h...
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Read this for your health.
Gregson's death is official. Edith copes by absconding with Marigold. Rich people race horses. Bates confirms our worst nightmare--that he didn't avenge Anna's rape by murdering the odious Green. Molesley gives Daisy a book. ...
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Get yer Downton on.
Lord Grantham and Carson differ on where to place the war memorial. Violet and Isobel visit Lord Merton. Molesley is given details on Baxter's past. Mary makes Anna take a trip to the prophylactic dispensary. Edith becomes he...
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+Wordy Ginters and I do it again.
This week's antepenultimate episode penned by Howard Korder and directed by Jeremy Podeswa features a couple of conclusions to character arcs in a very Boardwalk Empire kind of way. Old Man Duggan: Anyone wondering how so man...
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We dive right in this week.
This week's episode was penned by Cristine Chambers (who wrote last season's "The Old Ship of Zion") and Terence Winter's right hand Howard Korder. It was directed by the steady hand of Ed Bianchi. This week, we're back to Ch...
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As always, +Wordy Ginters and I chat about the latest installment of #DowntonAbbey.
Rose and Atticus are wed. Anna gets taken away. Daisy gets drunk on London. Denker gets drunk. Old Man Duggan: Well at least some stuff happened this week. Sure, one of the things was the most predictable and tedious developm...
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And this will make you regular.
Lady Rose meets a suitor in the rain. Branson says goodbye to one in the rain. It rains. Old Man Duggan: In the opening scene we have two references specific to the time. The first is in reference to the Moonella Group, the f...
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In this week's episode of Downton Abbey, Robert pitches fits while ignoring the value of the women around him. Sarah Bunting enrages Lord Grantham with her thorny persistence toward forwarding her agenda. Lady Mary rather uns...
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That's all she wrote. And this is what we had to write.
"Eldorado," the series finale of the wonderful Boardwalk Empire was penned by creator Terence Winter and executive producer and Winter's right hand Howard Korder. The fantastic Tim Van Patten fittingly directed the last episo...
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Bonkers recap of the craziest damn #Royals  game I think any of us have ever seen.
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On the ropes countless times, Royals rally and rally and rally and finally put away the A's in the 12th. Sheer insanity.
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You know you want to read about this week's ep of Boardwalk Empire.
Nucky attempts to figure out who tried to off him in Havana. We catch up with Nelson Van Alden, Eli and Willie Thompson, Gillian Darmody, and Al Capone. Eliot Ness is closing in on Capone. Nucky tries to make inroads towards ...
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    Riverboat Captain, 2007 - present
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    Barista, 2007 - 2011
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Riverboat Captain, Royals/pop culture blogger, curmudgeonly bastard.
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    English, 1998 - 2001
  • La Crescent HS
    1994 - 1998
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