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How I Met Your Mother’s Greatest Hits: The Best Moments of Season 1 and 2

Posted March 3, 2014 by Dulce Rosales

Join us as we count down the final episodes of CBS’s How I Met Your Mother. This week, we look at the best highlights from Season 1 and 2. Let’s get nostalgic! It’s going to be Legend-

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Greatest Music Moments on Television

Posted November 24, 2011 by Recultured Team

For me anyways, nothing makes a scene more memorable than if it was backed by a perfectly selected song. Time and time again, music has that special ability to rouse the senses, encapsulating every tingling goose-bump, pulsating heartbeat and breathless moment. So what are some of the greatest music moments on television? Read on to find out.

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Chuck Is Over, Now What?

Posted February 24, 2012 by Recultured Team

Chuck is over. Forever. And, after taking a few weeks to recuperate from the emotional rollercoaster that was the final two episodes, I think have finally accepted that. But with its end, it leaves a void. Chuck was one of those shows with that it-factor. That perfect balance of humour, romance, daftness, action and drama, […]

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They Can Act, and They Sing Too! TV’s ‘SMASH’ Broadway Talent

Posted March 26, 2013 by Dulce Rosales

NBC’s SMASH, a show about Broadway, filmed on Broadway, starring legitimate actors and actresses on Broadway. Spotlight’s up!

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Sometimes Bad Guys Make the Best Good Guys

Posted November 30, 2011 by Recultured Team

The highly anticipated mid-season premiere of TNT’s hit show Leverage recently aired. Well, highly anticipated by me at least. Sharing my excitement with anyone and everyone that would listen, I have come to notice that not a lot of people know what I’m raving on about. Leverage’s popularity, at least up here in the Great White […]

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