The Emmy Awards used the hype surrounding Oscar week to mask its big announcement about reforming its categories. In addition to revamping what’s considered a mini-series and expanding its comedy and drama categories from six to seven nominees, it also set a strange precedent for what is now considered a comedy and a drama.
Before I dive into this week’s episode, I’d like to address the inconsistency of success in TV murders. (Warning: Spoilers to follow) What I mean by that is, how does the “Scandal” gang kill people and dispose of their bodies on the reg without raising the slightest suspicion, while police find Sam Keating’s body in approximately three days? Remember when Jake killed those reporters and then literally dug a random hole and buried them in the middle of the day? How did that work? Or what about this week’s bloodbath, complete with head sawing? The magic of B613? OK, Shonda. Don’t even get me started on the body melting of “Breaking Bad.”
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 winter finale of HTGAWM opens with Annalise packing Sam’s stuff and kicking him to the curb, enraged that he knew about Lila’s pregnancy and lied to her once again. Sam insists that he did not kill Lila, saying that he’s not a violent person. But Annalise tells him that “everyone’s violent given the chance,” and Sam proves it within the next five minutes.
There we go! Hopefully we’re through Season 4’s rough patch, which was really rough. This episode finally ended the world’s most frustrating storyline and set the show up for what should be an action-packed winter finale. Talk dirty to me: