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All The Pre-Jesse Pinkman Times You May Have Seen Aaron Paul And Not Realized It

Aaron Paul has a lot to celebrate. In the span of one week, Albuquerque’s favorite meth prodigy won his third Outstanding Supporting Actor Emmy for… 765 more words


Pawn Shop Spoof with Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus

I found this the other day, and I simply couldn’t resist. Ever seen any of those pawn shop shows? The Television Academy decided to have a little fun before the Emmy Awards kicked off by bringing in three actors for one of the most glorious pawn shop spoofs you will ever see. 59 more words

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The Binge Diaries: "Bojack Horseman" and Netflix's Attempt to Branch Out

By Josh Axelrod

This show had been on my radar ever since I saw that voice cast. Will Arnett as an anthropomorphic horse who happened to be a 90s sitcom star? 828 more words

The Binge Diaries

Monthly Man Crush: August

It came down to the wire, but I finally found my man crush.  Maybe it was the lack of pop news or quality programming this month, but no one struck my fancy.   304 more words


Chiwetel Ejiofor's 'Triple Nine' Release Set for September 2015

Open Road Films will release John Hillcoat’s police thriller “Triple Nine” on Sept. 11, 2015.

Chiwetel Ejiofor stars alongside Casey Affleck, Anthony Mackie, Woody Harrelson, Aaron Paul, Kate Winslet, Gal Gadot, Norman Reedus, Teresa Palmer and Clifton Collins, Jr. 63 more words


Emmy 2014 Winners and Losers: The Nerd Perspective

The 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards are behind us, a new season of television is on our doorstep. While we could do a long and laborious recap of the winners, but you come to Raging Nerds for a little bit of rage, right? 639 more words


Emmy Winners: Breakdown

The Emmys aired on Monday night, thus marking another incredible year for television. The ceremony itself had some notable missteps (awkward transitions, jokes that fell flat, and mispronunciations galore), but it got the winners right for the most part, and that’s all that matters. 1,604 more words