We're in Las Vegas, living the high life (aka eating $1 hot dogs), so this week's show is a little shorter than usual. It's an abbreviated look at ten shows that finished their seasons this week. One of them even ended its whole series. We'll be doing news posts to reflect the new network schedules all week long.
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TV on the Internet, Episode 9: Season Finale Showdown
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Time codes follow. There are MAJOR SPOILERS for a variety of shows, so you may want to skip over a segment if you haven't watched the shows discussed therein.
00:00.00-00:01.54: Introductions and music from Papercuts
00:01.55-00:17.27: Discussion of the season finales of Lost, House and Grey's Anatomy.
00:17.28-00:26.39: Discussion of the season finales of The Office, 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation.
00:26.40-00:33.05: Discussion of the season finales of Fringe and The Big Bang Theory.
00:33.06-00:43.55: Discussion of the season finale of Bones and the series finale of Prison Break, as well as our plans for the next week, the wrap-up and more from Papercuts.
This Week's Music:
"Future Primitive" (mp3)
from "You Can Have What You Want"
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Clips are from Lost (episode: "The Incident, Part 2," script by Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof) The Office (episode: "Company Picnic," script by Jennifer Celotta and Paul Lieberstein), Fringe (episode: "There's More Than One of Everything," teleplay by Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman, story by Akiva Goldsman) and Bones (episode: "The End in the Beginning," script by Hart Hanson).
(We'll post 'em as you make 'em.)