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With the understanding that television is going through yet another revolution, and that the boundaries and definitions of the medium could change yet again, it feels like the right time to look back at the past 18 years and determine the 100 best episodes of TV since 2000—the ones that stunned and entertained more than any others, and in turn made television what it is today.For those of us at , this meant assembling a list that not only recognizes the best of prestige TV but also encapsulates everything that television has to offer: drama, comedy, variety, reality, game shows, and lifestyle-focused programming.Not to mention that in most cases, it’s probably wise not to risk any confusion about why a protagonist is killing a kid.Moriarty attempts to steal the Crown Jewels and gets himself caught, detained, tried, and—mysteriously—acquitted, despite all evidence, including Sherlock’s testimony, weighing against him.
I found it awhile ago, it was sooooooooooooooooooooo ho but i can't find it anymore, anyone know where i can find it again? He's been in nothing new since and can't be found on the web. I love him in vids but I'm more concerned that he's all right...According to effects artist Greg Nicotero on AMC’s , Mac Laren shot two endings for the episode: one in which Sophia looked like a zombie, and one in which she looked like her old self, reflecting the way that her former companions still wanted to see her.A blend of both might have worked well—maybe Mac Laren could have faked the audience out by hiding Sophia’s true nature until Rick pulled the trigger—but that approach would have detracted from the initial reveal.In Season 2’s Michelle Mac Laren–directed midseason finale, Shane goes full Punisher after learning that Hershel has quarantined the county’s walker population in his barn. It might be the series’s most iconic moment: As Shane and other soon-to-be-killed-off characters (this show did you dirty, T-Dog) silently contemplate the carnage in the wake of what one producer called “Barn-ageddon,” a girlish groan emerges from inside.Meanwhile, a not-yet-ruthless Rick, eager to be a good guest, lamely insists that the farm is still safe. It’s soon followed by its source, Sophia (Madison Lintz), who’d been missing since the season’s first episode.