PRESIDENTS DAY, TV STYLE: The worst, best and what’s to come

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By Lexie Schapitl

In honor of Presidents Day, I’ve compiled a list of the best and worst fictional presidents in recent television history.  Read along to completely lose, then hopefully regain your faith, in our highest executive office.

“The West Wing,” GIF courtesy http://www.baybscully.tumblr.com

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Binge Central’s Top 10 Comedies of 2014

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By Josh Axelrod, David Oliver and Anamika Roy

10.) Big Bang Theory

Eight seasons in and most shows would be showing signs of a permanent decline. “Big Bang Theory,” on the other hand, is just as funny as ever. It’s not exactly redefining the comedy landscape, but when you turn on an episode of “Big Bang Theory,” you can always expect to chuckle a lot and laugh out loud a few times. And sometimes you cry too, like when Sheldon FINALLY told Amy he loved her. More often you’ll cringe, like when Stuart had a date with Howard’s cousin who Howard had, umm…I take it back, this is a stupid show. But I wouldn’t have it any other way. – Josh

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Emmy Surprises: Make-Out sessions and Rotating Platforms

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BY ANAMIKA ROY

As far as the night’s winners go, last night’s Emmy awards were far from surprising. It seems the Emmy judges only watch “Modern Family” and “Breaking Bad” (though the latter actually deserved its awards). But everything in between the awards, you know the stuff that makes the show last three hours, was full of unexpected laughs, led by the amazing Seth Meyers.

In no particular order, here are some moments that stood out to us from Binge Central.

1. Billy Eichner’s special “Billy on the Street” segment

“Billy on the Street” can be hit or miss depending on the guests on the show, but this one was definitely a hit. Wow, do this many people really not know what an Emmy looks like or who Seth Meyers is? I guess they have lives…

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Emmys 2014 Best Dressed: Red on the Red Carpet

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BY ANAMIKA ROY

Red was the color of television’s biggest night. While there weren’t any outright disastrous red carpet looks (okay, Lena Dunham’s was questionable), there was some fantastic standout looks and even some surprises. The problem with wearing red on a red carpet, besides the fact that your couture blends in with a carpet, is that it gets monotonous after the fifth gown.  But, some of the best gowns were the ones that didn’t conform. Here were Binge Central’s top five looks of the night:

 

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