Archive for the ‘Show Specific’ Category

  • Arrested Development

    0

    Please help us keep things “safe” around here by making sure you heed to our fairly strict SPOILER POLICY.


    PLEASE READ OUR *SPOILER* RULES:

    Spoilers ARE ALLOWED in the comment section below. In fact, anything is fair game at the time of credits roll on any new episode in the U.S. eastern time zone.

    However, here at RowThree, the first few words of any new comments automatically show up in the sidebar to your right. It can really piss people off if they show up to a site and the first thing they see is the name a of a show they’re behind on or haven’t gotten to yet and see that the first few words in a comment start off with a spoiler like, “In season 3 after Harvey gets shot in the face by Linda, I couldn’t believe it!”

    TV shows, maybe even more so than movies these days, can be very spoilerific. Because of their long air times and shelf life, a lot of people just aren’t right on top of new shows the way they once were. So please try to be respectful for those of us who have not yet seen the show and cover up any spoilers you have.

    HOW DO I “COVER” MY SPOILERS?
    If you’re not sure how to do it by yourself, simply copy and paste the following text just before you leave a comment:

    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**
    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**

    Even if you’re not sure if what you have to say is spoilery, the above text will cover your tracks safely.

  • Sons of Anarchy

    3

    Please help us keep things “safe” around here by making sure you heed to our fairly strict SPOILER POLICY.


    PLEASE READ OUR *SPOILER* RULES:

    Spoilers ARE ALLOWED in the comment section below. In fact, anything is fair game at the time of credits roll on any new episode in the U.S. eastern time zone.

    However, here at RowThree, the first few words of any new comments automatically show up in the sidebar to your right. It can really piss people off if they show up to a site and the first thing they see is the name a of a show they’re behind on or haven’t gotten to yet and see that the first few words in a comment start off with a spoiler like, “In season 3 after Harvey gets shot in the face by Linda, I couldn’t believe it!”

    TV shows, maybe even more so than movies these days, can be very spoilerific. Because of their long air times and shelf life, a lot of people just aren’t right on top of new shows the way they once were. So please try to be respectful for those of us who have not yet seen the show and cover up any spoilers you have.

    HOW DO I “COVER” MY SPOILERS?
    If you’re not sure how to do it by yourself, simply copy and paste the following text just before you leave a comment:

    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**
    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**

    Even if you’re not sure if what you have to say is spoilery, the above text will cover your tracks safely.

  • The Wire

    0

    Please help us keep things “safe” around here by making sure you heed to our fairly strict SPOILER POLICY.


    PLEASE READ OUR *SPOILER* RULES:

    Spoilers ARE ALLOWED in the comment section below. In fact, anything is fair game at the time of credits roll on any new episode in the U.S. eastern time zone.

    However, here at RowThree, the first few words of any new comments automatically show up in the sidebar to your right. It can really piss people off if they show up to a site and the first thing they see is the name a of a show they’re behind on or haven’t gotten to yet and see that the first few words in a comment start off with a spoiler like, “In season 3 after Harvey gets shot in the face by Linda, I couldn’t believe it!”

    TV shows, maybe even more so than movies these days, can be very spoilerific. Because of their long air times and shelf life, a lot of people just aren’t right on top of new shows the way they once were. So please try to be respectful for those of us who have not yet seen the show and cover up any spoilers you have.

    HOW DO I “COVER” MY SPOILERS?
    If you’re not sure how to do it by yourself, simply copy and paste the following text just before you leave a comment:

    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**
    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**

    Even if you’re not sure if what you have to say is spoilery, the above text will cover your tracks safely.

  • Weeds

    0

    Please help us keep things “safe” around here by making sure you heed to our fairly strict SPOILER POLICY.


    PLEASE READ OUR *SPOILER* RULES:

    Spoilers ARE ALLOWED in the comment section below. In fact, anything is fair game at the time of credits roll on any new episode in the U.S. eastern time zone.

    However, here at RowThree, the first few words of any new comments automatically show up in the sidebar to your right. It can really piss people off if they show up to a site and the first thing they see is the name a of a show they’re behind on or haven’t gotten to yet and see that the first few words in a comment start off with a spoiler like, “In season 3 after Harvey gets shot in the face by Linda, I couldn’t believe it!”

    TV shows, maybe even more so than movies these days, can be very spoilerific. Because of their long air times and shelf life, a lot of people just aren’t right on top of new shows the way they once were. So please try to be respectful for those of us who have not yet seen the show and cover up any spoilers you have.

    HOW DO I “COVER” MY SPOILERS?
    If you’re not sure how to do it by yourself, simply copy and paste the following text just before you leave a comment:

    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**
    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**

    Even if you’re not sure if what you have to say is spoilery, the above text will cover your tracks safely.

  • The Walking Dead

    12

    Please help us keep things “safe” around here by making sure you heed to our fairly strict SPOILER POLICY.


    PLEASE READ OUR *SPOILER* RULES:

    Spoilers ARE ALLOWED in the comment section below. In fact, anything is fair game at the time of credits roll on any new episode in the U.S. eastern time zone.

    However, here at RowThree, the first few words of any new comments automatically show up in the sidebar to your right. It can really piss people off if they show up to a site and the first thing they see is the name a of a show they’re behind on or haven’t gotten to yet and see that the first few words in a comment start off with a spoiler like, “In season 3 after Harvey gets shot in the face by Linda, I couldn’t believe it!”

    TV shows, maybe even more so than movies these days, can be very spoilerific. Because of their long air times and shelf life, a lot of people just aren’t right on top of new shows the way they once were. So please try to be respectful for those of us who have not yet seen the show and cover up any spoilers you have.

    HOW DO I “COVER” MY SPOILERS?
    If you’re not sure how to do it by yourself, simply copy and paste the following text just before you leave a comment:

    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**
    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**

    Even if you’re not sure if what you have to say is spoilery, the above text will cover your tracks safely.

  • True Blood

    1

    Please help us keep things “safe” around here by making sure you heed to our fairly strict SPOILER POLICY.


    PLEASE READ OUR *SPOILER* RULES:

    Spoilers ARE ALLOWED in the comment section below. In fact, anything is fair game at the time of credits roll on any new episode in the U.S. eastern time zone.

    However, here at RowThree, the first few words of any new comments automatically show up in the sidebar to your right. It can really piss people off if they show up to a site and the first thing they see is the name a of a show they’re behind on or haven’t gotten to yet and see that the first few words in a comment start off with a spoiler like, “In season 3 after Harvey gets shot in the face by Linda, I couldn’t believe it!”

    TV shows, maybe even more so than movies these days, can be very spoilerific. Because of their long air times and shelf life, a lot of people just aren’t right on top of new shows the way they once were. So please try to be respectful for those of us who have not yet seen the show and cover up any spoilers you have.

    HOW DO I “COVER” MY SPOILERS?
    If you’re not sure how to do it by yourself, simply copy and paste the following text just before you leave a comment:

    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**
    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**

    Even if you’re not sure if what you have to say is spoilery, the above text will cover your tracks safely.

  • Treme

    6

    Please help us keep things “safe” around here by making sure you heed to our fairly strict SPOILER POLICY.


    PLEASE READ OUR *SPOILER* RULES:

    Spoilers ARE ALLOWED in the comment section below. In fact, anything is fair game at the time of credits roll on any new episode in the U.S. eastern time zone.

    However, here at RowThree, the first few words of any new comments automatically show up in the sidebar to your right. It can really piss people off if they show up to a site and the first thing they see is the name a of a show they’re behind on or haven’t gotten to yet and see that the first few words in a comment start off with a spoiler like, “In season 3 after Harvey gets shot in the face by Linda, I couldn’t believe it!”

    TV shows, maybe even more so than movies these days, can be very spoilerific. Because of their long air times and shelf life, a lot of people just aren’t right on top of new shows the way they once were. So please try to be respectful for those of us who have not yet seen the show and cover up any spoilers you have.

    HOW DO I “COVER” MY SPOILERS?
    If you’re not sure how to do it by yourself, simply copy and paste the following text just before you leave a comment:

    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**
    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**

    Even if you’re not sure if what you have to say is spoilery, the above text will cover your tracks safely.

  • Top Chef

    0

    Please help us keep things “safe” around here by making sure you heed to our fairly strict SPOILER POLICY.


    PLEASE READ OUR *SPOILER* RULES:

    Spoilers ARE ALLOWED in the comment section below. In fact, anything is fair game at the time of credits roll on any new episode in the U.S. eastern time zone.

    However, here at RowThree, the first few words of any new comments automatically show up in the sidebar to your right. It can really piss people off if they show up to a site and the first thing they see is the name a of a show they’re behind on or haven’t gotten to yet and see that the first few words in a comment start off with a spoiler like, “In season 3 after Harvey gets shot in the face by Linda, I couldn’t believe it!”

    TV shows, maybe even more so than movies these days, can be very spoilerific. Because of their long air times and shelf life, a lot of people just aren’t right on top of new shows the way they once were. So please try to be respectful for those of us who have not yet seen the show and cover up any spoilers you have.

    HOW DO I “COVER” MY SPOILERS?
    If you’re not sure how to do it by yourself, simply copy and paste the following text just before you leave a comment:

    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**
    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**

    Even if you’re not sure if what you have to say is spoilery, the above text will cover your tracks safely.

  • Sherlock

    3

    Please help us keep things “safe” around here by making sure you heed to our fairly strict SPOILER POLICY.


    PLEASE READ OUR *SPOILER* RULES:

    Spoilers ARE ALLOWED in the comment section below. In fact, anything is fair game at the time of credits roll on any new episode in the U.S. eastern time zone.

    However, here at RowThree, the first few words of any new comments automatically show up in the sidebar to your right. It can really piss people off if they show up to a site and the first thing they see is the name a of a show they’re behind on or haven’t gotten to yet and see that the first few words in a comment start off with a spoiler like, “In season 3 after Harvey gets shot in the face by Linda, I couldn’t believe it!”

    TV shows, maybe even more so than movies these days, can be very spoilerific. Because of their long air times and shelf life, a lot of people just aren’t right on top of new shows the way they once were. So please try to be respectful for those of us who have not yet seen the show and cover up any spoilers you have.

    HOW DO I “COVER” MY SPOILERS?
    If you’re not sure how to do it by yourself, simply copy and paste the following text just before you leave a comment:

    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**
    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**

    Even if you’re not sure if what you have to say is spoilery, the above text will cover your tracks safely.

  • Shameless

    0

    Please help us keep things “safe” around here by making sure you heed to our fairly strict SPOILER POLICY.


    PLEASE READ OUR *SPOILER* RULES:

    Spoilers ARE ALLOWED in the comment section below. In fact, anything is fair game at the time of credits roll on any new episode in the U.S. eastern time zone.

    However, here at RowThree, the first few words of any new comments automatically show up in the sidebar to your right. It can really piss people off if they show up to a site and the first thing they see is the name a of a show they’re behind on or haven’t gotten to yet and see that the first few words in a comment start off with a spoiler like, “In season 3 after Harvey gets shot in the face by Linda, I couldn’t believe it!”

    TV shows, maybe even more so than movies these days, can be very spoilerific. Because of their long air times and shelf life, a lot of people just aren’t right on top of new shows the way they once were. So please try to be respectful for those of us who have not yet seen the show and cover up any spoilers you have.

    HOW DO I “COVER” MY SPOILERS?
    If you’re not sure how to do it by yourself, simply copy and paste the following text just before you leave a comment:

    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**
    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**

    Even if you’re not sure if what you have to say is spoilery, the above text will cover your tracks safely.

  • The Newsroom

    1

    Please help us keep things “safe” around here by making sure you heed to our fairly strict SPOILER POLICY.


    PLEASE READ OUR *SPOILER* RULES:

    Spoilers ARE ALLOWED in the comment section below. In fact, anything is fair game at the time of credits roll on any new episode in the U.S. eastern time zone.

    However, here at RowThree, the first few words of any new comments automatically show up in the sidebar to your right. It can really piss people off if they show up to a site and the first thing they see is the name a of a show they’re behind on or haven’t gotten to yet and see that the first few words in a comment start off with a spoiler like, “In season 3 after Harvey gets shot in the face by Linda, I couldn’t believe it!”

    TV shows, maybe even more so than movies these days, can be very spoilerific. Because of their long air times and shelf life, a lot of people just aren’t right on top of new shows the way they once were. So please try to be respectful for those of us who have not yet seen the show and cover up any spoilers you have.

    HOW DO I “COVER” MY SPOILERS?
    If you’re not sure how to do it by yourself, simply copy and paste the following text just before you leave a comment:

    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**
    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**

    Even if you’re not sure if what you have to say is spoilery, the above text will cover your tracks safely.

  • Mad Men

    14

    Please help us keep things “safe” around here by making sure you heed to our fairly strict SPOILER POLICY.


    PLEASE READ OUR *SPOILER* RULES:

    Spoilers ARE ALLOWED in the comment section below. In fact, anything is fair game at the time of credits roll on any new episode in the U.S. eastern time zone.

    However, here at RowThree, the first few words of any new comments automatically show up in the sidebar to your right. It can really piss people off if they show up to a site and the first thing they see is the name a of a show they’re behind on or haven’t gotten to yet and see that the first few words in a comment start off with a spoiler like, “In season 3 after Harvey gets shot in the face by Linda, I couldn’t believe it!”

    TV shows, maybe even more so than movies these days, can be very spoilerific. Because of their long air times and shelf life, a lot of people just aren’t right on top of new shows the way they once were. So please try to be respectful for those of us who have not yet seen the show and cover up any spoilers you have.

    HOW DO I “COVER” MY SPOILERS?
    If you’re not sure how to do it by yourself, simply copy and paste the following text just before you leave a comment:

    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**
    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**
    **SPOILER** **SPOILER** **SPOILER**

    Even if you’re not sure if what you have to say is spoilery, the above text will cover your tracks safely.

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