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May Sweeps Scoopapalooza: 99+ Spoilers on Your Favorite Series’ Season-Ending Episodes

Justin Burnell:

I can’t wait to record every finale of my favorite shows on DVR for next month.

Originally posted on TVLine:

As May Sweeps begins and the TV season nears its end, TVLine has everything you could possibly need — well, except for smelling salts. (You know how cliffhangers can make you faint.) Scroll through our shocknado of a gallery for exclusive images from Once Upon a Time, The Big Bang Theory, The Vampire Diaries and more, plus all the finale spoilers you can handle.

RELATED | May Sweeps Scorecard 2014: Deaths, Weddings, Births, Sex, Resurrections, Firings and More!

Remember to check back — often! — because as we get further into Sweeps, we’ll be adding more pictures and more teasers from more series. (Go ahead and bookmark the page now. We’ll wait.)

All set? Get clicking, then join us in the comments to debate, speculate and formulate how you’re ever gonna manage to DVR it all!

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Justin Burnell From Saginaw’s Top 40 Best Albums of 2013

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Hey guys this is Justin Burnell from Saginaw also known as moneymakingjus on WordPress and I’m doing the year-end lists of 2013. During the year I’ve been listening to the albums that I bought over the past 12 months. I really didn’t have time to do that anyway. This list is about the LPs that came out in this year. It could from the stores and online like iTunes. Here are my Top 40 Best Albums of 2013.

1. Kanye West, Yeezus
2. Drake, Nothing Was The Same
3. JAY Z, Magna Carta… Holy Grail
4. Lorde, Pure Heroine
5. J. Cole, Born Sinner
6. Eminem, The Marshall Mathers LP 2
7. Tegan and Sara, Heartthrob
8. Jon Connor, Unconscious State
9. Killer Mike and El-P, Run The Jewels
10. Pusha T, My Name Is My Name
11. Statik Selektah, Extended Play
12. Chance The Rapper, Acid Rap
13. Mac Miller, Watching Movies With The Sounds Off
14. A$AP Rocky, Long.Live.A$AP
15. Wale, The Gifted
16. French Montana, Excuse My French
17. Earl Sweatshirt, Doris
18. M.I.A., Matangi
19. Arcade Fire, Reflektor
20. Justin Timberlake, The 20/20 Experience – The Complete Experience (including the first and second one)
21. HAIM, Days Are Gone
22. The Lonely Island, The Wack Album
23. Danny Brown, Old
24. Arctic Monkeys, AM
25. The Godfathers (Kool G. Rap and Necro), Once Upon A Crime
26. Vampire Weekend, Modern Vampires Of The City
27. Disclosure, Settle
28. A$AP Ferg, Trap Lord
29. John Legend, Love Is In The Future
30. Paramore, Paramore
31. The Weeknd, Kiss Land
32. Robin Thicke, Blurred Lines
33. Ghostface Killah & Adrian Younge, Twelve Reasons To Die
34. Katy Perry, PRISM
35. Juicy J, Stay Trippy
36. Tyler, The Creator, Wolf
37. Big Sean, Hall of Fame
38. Kelly Rowland, Talk A Good Game
39. James Blake, Overgrown
40. Daft Punk, Random Access Memories

Here are my list of honorable mentions which albums that didn’t make it on the list.

Honorable Mentions – Albums of 2013:
1. Chrisette Michele, Better
2. Yo Gotti, I Am
3. 2 Chainz, B.O.A.T.S. II #METIME
4. Rockie Fresh, Electric Highway
5. Talib Kweli, Prisoner Of Conscious
6. 7 Days Of Funk (Dâm-Funk & Snoopzilla), 7 Days Of Funk
7. N.O.R.E. Aka Papi, Student Of The Game
8. Joe Budden, No Love Lost
9. The-Dream, IV Play
10. Charlie Wilson, Love Charlie
11. Maybach Music Group (MMG), Self Made Vol. 3
12. Migos, YRN (Young Rich N*ggas)
13. Prodigy & The Alchemist, Albert Einstein
14. Havoc, 13
15. Beyoncé, BEYONCÉ

Justin Burnell’s Top 25 Movies of 2013 (In No Particular Order)

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It’s December and the 2014 is almost coming up. During the year I’ve seen all the movies at the show and on DVDs. I missed out on the movies too. It could be great, scary, intense, awesome or brilliant. Now it’s time for me do list. Here are my top 25 best movies of 2013 in no particular order.

1. “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”
2. “Spring Breakers”
3. “The Hobbit: Desolation of Samug”
4. “American Hustle” (In theaters December 20 at nationwide)
5. “We’re The Millers”
6. “Drinking Buddies”
7. “Iron Man 3″
8. “Fast And Furious 6″
9. “Man of Steel”
10. “LUV”
11. “Despicable Me 2″
12. “The Wolverine”
13. “Lee Daniels’ The Butler”
14. “42″
15. “This Is The End”
16. “Olympus Has Fallen”
17. “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” (In theaters December 18)
18. “Fruitvale Station”
19. “Pain & Gain”
20. “The Conjuring”
21. “Riddick”
22. “Insidious Chapter 2″
23. “Monsters University”
24. “Thor: The Dark World”
25. “Star Trek Into Darkness”

Honorable Mentions (The ones that didn’t make the list):
“G.I. Joe: Retaliation”
“You’re Next”
“Jackass Presents Bad Grandpa”
“The Heat”
“World War Z”
“2 Guns”
“The Best Man Holiday”
“Carrie (2012)”
“Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom”
“Prisoners”

10 Years of The O.C.

The O.C. is an American teen drama television series that originally aired on the Fox network in the United States from August 5, 2003, to February 22, 2007, running a total of four seasons. The series, created by Josh Schwartz, portrays the fictional lives of a group of teenagers and their families residing in the affluent seaside community of Newport Beach, in Orange County, California.

The series centers on Ryan Atwood, a troubled youth from a broken home who is adopted by the wealthy and philanthropic Sandy and Kirsten Cohen. Ryan and his surrogate brother Seth, a socially awkward yet quick-witted teenager, deal with life as outsiders in the high-class world of Newport Beach. Ryan and Seth spend much time navigating their relationships with girl-next-door Marissa Cooper, Seth’s childhood crush Summer Roberts, and the fast-talking loner Taylor Townsend. Story lines deal with the culture clash between the idealistic Cohen family and the shallow, materialistic, and closed-minded community in which they reside. The series includes elements of postmodernism, and functions as a mixture of melodrama and comedy.[1][2]

The series premiered to high ratings and was one of the most popular new dramas of the 2003–2004 television season. It was widely referred to as a pop cultural phenomenon and received mostly positive reception from critics.[3] However, ratings declined as the show went on. The low ratings led to its cancellation in early 2007, even after an online petition that gained over 700,000 signatures.[4] The O.C. has been broadcast in more than fifty countries worldwide,[5] and re-runs are now shown on HuluSOAPnetReallyChannel 4 and MTV (Latin America). The entire series has been released on DVD, as well as on iTunes.

On August 5, 2003 I was in Saginaw, Michigan while living at my mother’s house at the age of 13. I was watching some TV at my room and then there a new show came on titled The O.C. on Fox Network. It became one of my favorite teen shows of all time. I know there’s a lot of stars was in the show are Ben McKenzie, Adam Brody, Mischa Barton, Melinda Clarke, Kelly Rowan, Peter Gallagher, Willa Holland, Chris Carmack, Autumn Reeser, Alan Dale, Tate Donovan and others. It made a huge household names for them to become famous. I do also know that celebs who guest starred on The O.C. including Janel Parrish, Ashley Benson, Lucy Hale, Nikki Reed, Jackson Rathbone, Bonnie Sommerville, Chris Brown, Cam Gigandet, and others. Amazing cast.

That show moves and inspires me to have a better life in Saginaw, Michigan like doing some independent things and stuff like that. I was really upset when the show ended in February of 2007. Fox cancel it due to low ratings. The episodes like “The Dearly Beloved” where Marissa shoots Ryan’s step-brother Trey was classic.

Ten years later The O.C. is still one of my favorite shows of all time. In the immortal words of Luke Ward “Welcome to the O.C., bitch!”.

Here are some clips from the show that became of your and mine favorites.

Watch some clips on YouTube or other video websites. My credits goes to Wikipedia for this amazing blog post.

Best Shows of 2013 (So Far)

Six months between January and June 2013 television shows that I would like I to watch. It’s July 31st the last day of this month. Here are my list of best tv shows in 2013 so far in no particular order. Some of them are new or returning season.

1. Pretty Little liars
2. The Vampire Diaries
3. Graceland
4. Suits
5. Mad Men
6. Real Husbands of Hollywood
7. Arrow
8. Twisted
9. Game of Thrones
10. Glee
11. The Walking Dead
12. Hannibal
13. Once Upon A Time
14. Chicago Fire
15. The Following
16. The Bridge
17. Justified
18. Catfish
19. Hardcore Pawn
20. The Mentalist

I forgot to mention all the good shows from CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX and other networks. Come up with your own list or reblog it. Feel free to comment.

Best Songs Of 2013 So Far (In No Particular Order)

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Throughout the six months between January and June 2013, these songs that came out on radio, stores or iTunes. It’s been a good year so far in 2013. I had some track on my iPod and iPhone. Here are my list of best songs of 2013 so far. It’s listed in no particular order.

WARNING: Those songs that contains explicit lyrics so it is not safe for work and the younger viewers.

1. Kanye West, “Black Skinhead”

2. Drake, “Started From The Bottom”

3. Kendrick Lamar featuring Jay-Z, “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe (Remix)”

4. J. Cole featuring Miguel, “Power Trip”

5. Ciara, “Body Party”

6. Robin Thicke featuring T.I. and Pharrell, “Blurred Lines”

7. Justin Timberlake featuring Jay-Z, “Suit & Tie”

8. Rihanna featuring Mikky Ekko, “Stay”

9. J. Cole featuring Nas, “Let Nas Down (Remix)”

10. Statik Selektah featuring Raekwon, Joey Bada$$ and Black Thought of The Roots, “Bird’s Eye View”

11. Imagine Dragons, “Radioactive”

12. Chance The Rapper, “Juice”

13. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Ray Dalton, “Can’t Hold Us”

14. Anna Kendrick, “Cups (When I’m Gone)”

15. Ace Hood featuring Future and Rick Ross, “Bugatti”

16. A$AP Ferg featuring French Montana, Trinidad James, Schoolboy Q and A$AP Rocky, “Work (Remix)”

17. French Montana, “Ain’t Worried About Nothin’”

18. B.o.B featuring T.I. and Juicy J, “We Still In This B****”

19. Migos featuring Drake, “Versace (Remix)”

20. Kelly Rowland, “Dirty Laundry”

21. Mariah Carey featuring Miguel, “#Beautiful”

22. Icona Pop featuring Charli XCX, “I Love It”

23. Pusha T, “Numbers On The Board”

24. Earl Sweatshirt, “WHOA”

25. Tyler, The Ceator, “IFHY”

26. Daft Punk featuring Pharrell Williams, “Get Lucky”

27. Ariana Grande featuring Mac Miller, “The Way”

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28. Lil Wayne featuring Drake and Future, “Love Me”

29. Kendrick Lamar featuring Drake, “Poetic Justice”

30. Justin Timberlake, “Mirrors”

Honorable Mentions including the songs that did not make it this list. Here they are

Lil Wayne featuring 2 Chainz, “Rich As F***”

A$AP Rocky featuring Skrillex and Birdy Nam Nam, “Wild For The Night”

Wale featuring Rihanna, “Bad (Remix)”

Come up with your own list of the best songs of 2013 so far. I will add the rest of the track on the list of the best songs in 2013 in this December of the year. Feel free to comment.

Oh by the way I almost forgot to tell you that Sample Saturdays is coming back to this Saturday August 3rd with more original samples.

The CW – Fall Preview Sizzle Reel 2013-14

While Fall TV season is over, here are the 2013-14 fall preview sizzle reel for The CW. The new shows are Reign, The Originals, The Tomorrow People, Star-Crossed, and The 100. The shows that are returning for this fall is The Vampire Diaries, Nikita, Hart of Dixie, The Carrie Diaries, Beauty and the Beast, Supernatural and Arrow. Icona Pop’s track “I Love It” is playing throughout the video. Oh by the way Summer is starting on next Friday.

Dallas: S2 E11 “Let Me In”

Justin Burnell:

Last night’s episode of ‘Dallas’ was awesome.

Originally posted on That's What Mimi Said...:

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First let me just say that I adore when The Ewing’s are on the same side. They are more powerful than anything when they’re all fighting for the same cause; as Sue Ellen shared with her old pal Ken, “When the Ewings unite, nothing can stop us”. And though folks may try, in the end, I know it will be the Ewing’s that will prevail.

“Let Me In” began on a somber note with a montage of Christopher and Pamela dealing with the loss of their babies. While Christopher is taking apart their things, smashing the cradle in anger; Pamela is putting their room together, as it should have been. Those scenes just broke my heart, watching these two “should be” parents dealing with the loss of the babies they never got to meet… and color me wrong, but I wanted them to deal with it together. Married or not…

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30 Day TV Challenge – Day Nineteen through Twenty-Five (in one post)

Here are my 30 Day TV Challenge with #19-#25 in one post.

Day 19 – Best TV show cast: Friends or Saturday Night Live

Day 20 – Favorite kiss: When Seth kisses Summer on the 2005 episode of The O.C.

Day 21 – Favorite ship: None

Day 22 – Favorite series finale: The final episode of The Wire where Method Man’s character got shot by Slim Charles

Day 23 – Most annoying character: Noel Kahn from “Pretty Little Liars”

Day 24 – Best quote: “I’m Rick James, bitch!”

Day 25 – A show you plan on watching (old or new): M.A.S.H.