The Lost veteran's request is pretty simple, really, and a rather sage one if you consider the fact that any being smart enough to solve all the problems that come with interstellar travel would likely think of us Earth-bound humans as bugs and crush us.
With the soul-ripping season finale of HBO's Game of Thrones, the Spring finales come to a close. While series like Alcatraz and Awake finished their runs far too early for some fans, other finales, like Grimm and Fringe, were gearing up for next season.
The end of the 2011-2012 broadcast TV season means it's time to look forward to our favorite summer shows, but it also means it's time to see how the shows we've been following all year did in the final rankings. Some of the results may surprise you.
Two weeks after giving Fringe a long hoped-for final season, Fox is making the renew/cancel call on its other sci-fi dramas. Terra Nova's already gone, which leaves Touch and Alcatraz still fighting for their respective futures. So, did the shows make the cut?
Lots of shows to talk about this week, but the one everyone's going to remember is Game of Thrones. Last season's numbers were strong, but they're nothing compared to the season two premiere, leaving us with the assumption that season three is imminent. Meanwhile, Alcatraz stumbled in its season finale, Touch took its first big drop and Awake hit a new low.
Everyone's already looking ahead to the season premiere of Game of Thrones Sunday, but there's lots of other genre TV out there worth considering too. Many of the shows we've been following all year are moving into their final weeks fighting for as many viewers as possible, while others are simply trying to stay afloat.
Oh, it's a big week as we say goodbye to Alcatraz and Merlin and hello to Game of Thrones. But the really big news is that we'll get some Spock action thanks to Leonard Nimoy's voice on The Big Bang Theory.
We had a lot of shows to track this week, but the one everybody seemed to be watching was The Walking Dead. With its second season finale, the show once again entered the ratings record books, thoroughly dominating Sunday night.
The season is winding down for Fox's Alcatraz. The drama only has three more episodes before the finale and lots of questions need to be answered. Luckily, the producers and writers have decided to give us a hint as to who's pulling the strings. Is it the warden, Tommy, or the convicts themselves?
The fall shows are heading into the home stretch and hoping to wrap up their seasons with a bang these days, while the new spring shows are often struggling to stay alive amid the competition.