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comment When/Why did American television change from primarily episodic to primarily serialized?
That's a fair point. The DVR, to me, reduces the risk of creating such shows. The three shows mentioned all had overarching storylines, but still had some "monster-of-the-week" type episodes (B5 probably had the least of those types of episodes among those shows), whereas 24 and Lost never had those types of episodes. The DVR has made enjoying fully serialized shows much easier.
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comment Arrmageddon “unpack The Judge”?
I think it was just for dramatic flair. The other option must have been some variation on "get me the biggest drill bit!"
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