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Hannibal season four episode titles revealed

Posted by Ed Williamson at 23:45 on 21 Jun 2015
Hannibal season four episode titles revealed
1. Waffles
2. A Pasty from the Garage
3. Ham Bap
4. Zinger Tower Meal
5. Prawn Ring
6. Rib 'n' Saucy Nik-Naks
7. Big Dairy Milk on Offer in Smiths
8. Olympic Breakfast
9. Chips
10. Crunch Corner
11. Had Some of That Beef Left Over So Just Did That with Some Spuds
12. Quavers
13. Kinder Bueno

James May to be switched off

Posted by Ed Williamson at 10:30 on 19 Jun 2015
James May to be switched off
With the already-tenuous purpose of James May now defunct, he is to be unplugged and put away in a box in the attic.

The news came as Top Gear announced that auditions for its presenting roles alongside new host Chris Evans were open to literally everyone but May.

"What is he
for?" pondered BBC Director-General Tony Hall in a statement. "I suppose you could keep him in the kitchen and use his fingers as a mug tree. Or he could double as a keep-left sign if he could remember to point to the left."

"I don't even have a car," confirmed May, making himself comfortable between the artificial Christmas tree and a big box of Duplo.

Mad Men: season 7, episode 14 recap: "Person to Person"

Posted by Ed Williamson at 11:30 on 21 May 2015
Mad Men: season 7, episode 14 recap: "Person to Person"
As I've said more than once before, and will repeat endlessly until someone tells me how clever I am, Mad Men has chronicled the decade in which ideas first became commodities. Its ending demonstrates how the sixties were an age in which everyone had ideas all the time – Let's open a gallery in this old shed! Let's move to San Francisco and paint wooden eggs! – and how people gradually filtered out all this noise and made sense of it all.

Mad Men: season 7, episode 13 recap: "The Milk and Honey Route"

Posted by Ed Williamson at 13:00 on 17 May 2015
Mad Men: season 7, episode 13 recap: "The Milk and Honey Route"
Betty Francis took a lot of shit down the years, from her husbands, from her daughter and from Mad Men viewers insistent on judging her by contemporary standards of parenting and womanhood. Maybe she's due a reappraisal.

Mad Men: season 7, episode 12 recap: "Lost Horizon"

Posted by Ed Williamson at 23:00 on 10 May 2015
Mad Men: season 7, episode 12 recap: "Lost Horizon"
Sometimes Mad Men makes me doubt my own intellect, something that usually happens only when I wake up and survey the remnants of a wholly unnecessary Dallas Chicken meal bought drunkenly the night before. But there lives an intellectual joust within the self on watching high-quality, subtext-laden TV. Am I getting it "right"? If I type my interpretations into Google, will I find others think the same, thereby validating me? Or if I announce them in public will I be scorned by my peers for missing the allegory? Well, this time I'm going for broke. "Lost Horizon" is all about God.

50 things you didn't know about Claude Littner

Posted by Becky Mather, Matt Looker, Ed Williamson, Ali Gray at 15:30 on 06 May 2015
50 things you didn't know about Claude Littner
Proof, if proof be needed, that if you wish hard enough for something it comes true, Lord Sugar has announced that Claude "The Gentleman Thug" Littner will replace Nick Hewer on the next season of The Apprentice. So in honour of the man who gives middle-managers from the East Midlands nightmares (and of me calling it all the way back in December), here are 50 facts that are definitely true about Claude.

Mad Men: season 7, episode 11 recap: "Time & Life"

Posted by Ed Williamson at 23:00 on 30 Apr 2015
Mad Men: season 7, episode 11 recap: "Time & Life"
Having confidently predicted last week that we were heading for a non-committal ending, inevitably I've mugged myself. Here, three episodes out, is the planet-killer. Don tells us this is the beginning of something, not the end, but the last time he told the truth was in about 1967 and it was only to tell Roger he couldn't pull off a kaftan.

New Eastenders family to keep mainly to themselves

Posted by Ed Williamson at 15:30 on 24 Apr 2015
New Eastenders family to keep mainly to themselves
Eastenders today announced the arrival of new family the Lees, and confirmed that whatever big storylines are in store for them are largely irrelevant as they'll be conducted behind closed doors like most people's are.

Mad Men: season 7, episode 10 recap: "The Forecast"

Posted by Ed Williamson at 23:00 on 23 Apr 2015
Mad Men: season 7, episode 10 recap: "The Forecast"
"This place reeks of failure," says the realtor trying to sell Don's empty penthouse apartment. Finally, a way in which Don Draper and I share a similarity: I'd live happily enough in a flat with only garden furniture and a TV too. I'd use only paper plates and just throw them over the balcony when I'd finished eating.

Mad Men: season 7, episode 9 recap: "New Business"

Posted by Ed Williamson at 23:00 on 16 Apr 2015
Mad Men: season 7, episode 9 recap: "New Business"
Megan's diary entry: "Got a million dollars off Don. Didn't have to have sex with Harry Crane. Best day of life so far by some stretch. Megan pour la victoire."