7 Programs Worth a Bullet to the Big Screen

Categories: Crime-iny, TV
The Orange County Sheriff's Department was summoned at 10:32 p.m. Aug. 7 to a Laguna Niguel home where a husband had allegedly shot his TV because he did not want his wife watching it.

Not to make light of 67-year-old Lawrence Paul Sentif's felony arrest--on suspicion of grossly negligent discharge of a firearm and vandalism causing more than $400 in damage--but the following seven shows on at that time could've driven a soul to put a bullet in the screen.

CBS: Person of Interest repeated the episode where Carter first meets Reese--and kills tension that had built up all season by their cat-and-mouse relationship that even rolls in the opening credits. What do the writers think this is, Moonlighting? Moider dat teevee!

NBC: A four-hour primetime block of the 2012 Summer Olympics seemed to mostly cover just one sport--and an outcome everyone in Orange County, if not the world, already knew: Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Jennings smoked the Chinese. Even with the beach volleyball competitors' barely there naughty bit coverings, too many killshots coulda been too much overkill to keep from killing the boob tube.

Lifetime: The Mrs. may have kept on the Dance Moms marathon that began at 5 p.m., even though Amas de Casa Desesperadas was starting on KYHY/Canal 22. No one messes with Papi's stories! Donde esta mi pistola!?!

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