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At the End of the Day: Meeting the Mother, Anti-Pittsburgh Bias and Gay Shows

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It's not TV. It's Gay Shows

It’s not TV. It’s Gay Shows

Yes, How I Met Your Mother‘s entire ninth season will take place around the wedding weekend. Just when we were getting our hopes up… (Deadline)

How Cristina Milioti was chosen (Entertainment Weekly)

Lindy West takes on sexism and comedy (Jezebel)

In the worst idea of all time, a movie theater owner had “armed” men dressed as S.H.I.E.L.D. agents storm an opening-night screening of “Iron Man 3″ (Gawker)

The problem with the new “The Great Gatsby”? Not gay enough (The Atlantic)

Game of Thrones show runners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are writing an episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia (Warming Glow)

Barbara Walters is retiring, and journalist Alex Pareene describes her career as “long and gross” (Salon)

In news that will likely provide much material for The Soup‘s “Gay Shows” segment, HBO has greenlit a gay-themed series starring Jonathan Groff (Hollywood Reporter)

Counting down the 47 greatest moments in the history of The Office (Splitsider)

An oral history of The Single Guy, Veronica’s Closet, and other lesser NBC Thursday night shows of the ’90s (Previously.tv)

Assessing how much J. Gatsby’s lifestyle must’ve cost (New York magazine)

Because now political organizations are also TV writers, the ACLU has called for a wedding between Cameron and Mitchell on Modern Family (Salon)

Why “42” was way too mean to the Pittsburgh Pirates (The Atlantic)

Remembering all of Kramer’s jobs and schemes from Seinfeld (Vulture)

Ideas for making Community better next season (Warming Glow)

This week was the tenth anniversary of Jed Bartlett abdicating the presidency, and Aaron Sorkin abdicating The West Wing (Vulture)

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