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Nick and Jess have been flirting with sexual tension since the first episode, but should a relationship ever be explored between the two of them? While the season finale of "New Girl" (Tue., 9 p.m. ET on Fox) featured some more shared moments between them dripping with sexual tension, nothing came of it.
Nick's attempt to move in with his new old girlfriend saw him panic, drive into the desert and then throw the keys to the moving truck away. When Jess and Cece showed up to rescue the boys, Jess pretended to throw her keys away as well, forcing them to spend a fear-filled night outside.
While Nick finally did make it to his girlfriend's place, when he arrived he just as quickly had an apparent realization that this wasn't the place for him. The episode ended with him back in the apartment, blaring music and most of the roommates dancing their cares away in their separate bedrooms.
Entertainment Weekly thinks a "will they/won't they" Jess-Nick romance "might be best kept a 'don't'" and even listed several reasons why. Certainly the dynamic in the apartment is fine now. Plus, it's refreshing to see grown men and woman capable of being friends without feeling the need to start hooking up.
"New Girl" has already been renewed by Fox and will return for the Fall 2012 season.
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Several people in Mayberry, North Carolina, had exact look-alikes who could be found in other locations, other TV shows.
Andy Taylor had an identical cousin named Andy Sawyer, who was mayor of Greenwood, North Carolina. They were named after the grandfather they shared. ('The New Andy Griffith Show')
Floyd Lawson had a half-brother named Mitchell Lawson (although we only know him addressed as Mitchell.) As seen in "Hocus Pocus And Frisby", an episode of 'The Twilight Zone'.....
Besides her sister Nora, Aunt Bee Taylor had an identical half-sister in Mayberry named Henrietta Perkins. That one of their fathers had fooled around with the other's mother was a scandal which the good people of Mayberry never spoke about... in public. ('The Danny Thomas Show' - "Danny Meets Andy Griffith")
But Goober Pyle was the only citizen of Mayberry to have an evil twin.....
Pierce was the deputy sheriff in a small town further west and south of Mayberry. He was a racist and had hatred in his heart for his fellow man in all walks of life. In fact, it may have been the overwhelming bile in his soul that contributed the most when there was a severe atmospheric change above the town in 1964 - on the morning of a prisoner's execution, the sun never "came up". The sky over the town remained dark as pitch.
The anger and hate in the hearts and souls of the townsfolk contributed and may have caused the "event". At least that's the way Reverend Anderson saw it:
"In all this darkness, is there anybody who can make out the truth? He hated, and he killed, and now he died. And you hate, and you kill. And now there's not one of you, not one of you, who isn't doomed. Do you know why it's dark? Do you know why it's night all around us? Do you know what the blackness is? It's the hate he felt. The hate you felt. The hate all of us feel. And it's too much of it, it's just too much. And so we had to vomit it up, and now it's coming up all around us and choking us. So much hate, so much misery and hate."
As far as I can imagine, the situation remains that way to this day. The government probably cordoned off the town; perhaps not even letting those people to leave, due to fears of contamination of the skies over the rest of the country. (As the episode ended, the townsfolk learned that it was happening in Dallas and all over the world.)
The town has been forgotten by the general populace of "Telemerica". It's now probably just a an entry in some misplaced dusty old folder in 'The X-Files'.....
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It's prom time again on Glee, and this year's festivities contain just as much drama as last year's, plus infinitely more dinosaurs. That's right - Brittany decides to exercise her presidential rights in order to celebrate the peace that apparently once existed between cavemen and dinos. It doesn't make much sense, but it does give Brittany the opportunity to prance around in a Flintstones-esque getup to Ke$ha's "Dinosaur."
It wouldn't be prom without a heated race for king and queen, and the usual suspects have their eyes on the prize: Quinn, Santana, Kurt, and Brittany. Only Quinn uses questionable methods in hopes of winning the crown, but once again, there's a shocker when the envelopes are finally read. It really feels like we're inching closer to that bittersweet Glee graduation, so let's recap the episode when youread more
How did you feel about the second helping of prom - and which prom episode do you prefer?
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After a successful first season, Tim Allen's latest sitcom "Last Man Standing" (Tue., 8 p.m. ET on ABC) didn't feel the need to rock the boat too much in this season finale. That's not to say that there weren't some pages that could be felt in the upcoming season.
While it's not clear what kind of story potential long-term there could be in Mike's impulsive purchase of a tank this week, it served as a parallel to Vanessa's weakness for constantly loaning her sister, April, money -- loaning which usually equates more to giving with no hope of ever seeing again.
After convincing her that it was better for her sister to push her to stand on her own two feet, Vanessa stands firm and gets back all the money her sister has borrowed. There's just one little catch. She also let her move in.
The other change came with virtually no drama at all when Kyle and Kristin realized that they were drifting apart as a couple and broke up. Of course, Mike kept open the invitation for Kyle to come over as part of the family, so there's the potential for future awkwardness.
No official word yet has come about a second season for the network, but experts expect ABC will renew it when they announce their fall 2012 schedule next week.
There will always be people living in Mayberry, North Carolina, over in Toobworld. But those that we actually "knew".....?
The population dropped by one the other day with the passing of George Lindsey, who played Goober Pyle on 'The Andy Griffith Show' and 'Mayberry RFD', and then returned over a decade later to the character with the 1980s TV reunion movie "Return To Mayberry".
'Gomer Pyle, USMC' got "A Visit From Cousin Goober" when he was stationed at Fort Henderson, and he traveled to Greenwood, North Carolina, with Howard Sprague and Emmett Clark to visit Mayor Andy Sawyer, the identical cousin of Andy Taylor (as seen in 'The New Andy Griffith Show'.)
Lindsey also played Goober Pyle on the syndicated variety show 'Hee Haw' (sort of a cornpone 'Laugh-In'). So this places a Goober doppleganger in the sketch comedy dimension of Skitlandia.
And my fellow crossoverist Robert Wronski has pointed out that the actor was listed in the credits for "Take This Job And Shove It" as "Man At Gas Station". Robert's theory is that this could be considered as a movie version of Goober. If so, for the Toobworld Dynamic he'd be the Goober of the Cineverse.
So that gives Goober Pyle more than enough credits to join Andy & Opie, Aunt Bee, and Barney Fife (who just joined last month!) in the TV Crossover Hall of Fame. And as is our tradition now here at Toobworld Central, when such an actor passes away, we induct their character right away.
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