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  1. Primetimer critic Aaron Barnhart agrees with you: https://www.primetimer.com/barnhart/challenger
  2. Netflix's new competition tests teams' ability to traverse a room full of roiling "lava." The show premieres Fri June 19th.
  3. Might Ultimate Tag be the dumb reality TV "It" show of the summer? Primetimer's Tara Ariano thinks it may have what it takes. Her review here: https://www.primetimer.com/features/is-ultimate-tag-the-it-show-of-the-summer
  4. From Lisa Bryant, Academy Award Nominee Joe Berlinger (Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes), and Best-Selling Author James Patterson comes the four-part docuseries JEFFREY EPSTEIN: FILTHY RICH . The docuseries drops on Netflix, May 27. Primetimer's Sarah D Bunting has this review: https://www.primetimer.com/features/jeffrey-epstein-filthy-rich-is-more-filthy-than-rich
  5. Did somebody say fantasy cast? Here are our picks: https://www.primetimer.com/features/fantasy-casting-the-just-announced-miniseries-about-the-view
  6. No live results or reunion? No problem, as Survivor saves the season's best episode for last. Joe Reid weighs in on tonight's mammoth finale: https://www.primetimer.com/features/survivor-winners-at-war-did-a-very-good-job-with-its-hamstrung-finale
  7. Primetimer's Joe Reid wondered the same thing, so he wrote an article about the weird pacing of tonight's episode and this season's many missed opportunities: https://www.primetimer.com/features/survivor-winners-at-war-somehow-failed-to-fill-their-two-hour-episode
  8. Just posted: Joe Reid breaks down tonight's episode, and specifically the two messed-up narratives that the show can't seem to drop... https://www.primetimer.com/features/survivor-winners-at-war-leans-into-some-messed-up-narratives
  9. Just posted: Joe Reid weighs in on "The Tony Show." Can he go all the way? https://www.primetimer.com/features/survivor-winners-at-war-has-officially-become-the-tony-show
  10. You could conceivably do this with any iteration of the Real Housewives franchise, but no series has consistently done it better than NYC, which has gifted us with Scary Island, Alex McCord's Herman Munster shoes, Johnny Depp the Sex Pirate, and Bethenny Frankel flipping out over whether life is, indeed, a cabaret. These episodes take up a three-episode bloc per season, taking the ladies to the Caribbean, Morocco, Miami, and the rough seas off of Cartagena. Note: this collection does not include the annual excursions to the Berkshires that began around Season 6, but if you felt like making those a separate binge, I would highly recommend it. "Housewives Overboard" (Season 3, Episode 11) "Sun, Sand, and Psychosis" (Season 3, Episode 12) "Shunburn" (Season 3, Episode 13) "Misfortune Teller" (Season 4, Episode 😎 "A Riad Divided" (Season 4, Episode 9) "'Last Call, Morocco!'" (Season 4, Episode 10) "Pirate Booty Call" (Season 5, Episode 13) "Slutty Island" (Season 5, Episode 14) "Vacation, All I Never Wanted" (Season 5, Episode 15) "Ten Gallon Spats" (Season 6, Episode 15) "Go Yell It on the Mountain" (Season 6, Episode 16) "Bury the Hatchet" (Season 6, Episode 17) "Lord of the Manor" (Season 7, Episode 12) "Sonja Island" (Season 7, Episode 13) "Conch Blocked" (Season 7, Episode 14) "Don't Be All, Like, Uncool" (Season 7, Episode 15) "And Away We Finally Go" (Season 8, Episode 17) "Body of Evidence" (Season 8, Episode 18) "Tomfoolery" (Season 8, Episode 19) "Three Tequila … Floor!" (Season 9, Episode 16) "Tequila-thon" (Season 9, Episode 17) "Make Out, Make Up" (Season 9, Episode 18) "Wigging Out" (Season 10, Episode 15) "Guess Who's Arguing at Dinner?" (Season 10, Episode 16) "Ship Happens" (Season 10, Episode 17) "Caught Between an Ex and a Hard Place" (Season 11, Episode 15) "Life Is Not a Cabaret" (Season 11, Episode 16)
  11. At only four episodes, this is your shortest marathon option, but there's enough adorable charisma from Adam Brody as Seth Cohen to last a dozen episodes. Chrismukkah, the multicultural holiday tradition that Seth invented, blends the Jewish traditions of his dad, the gentile traditions of his mom, and whatever else happens to be going on at that point in the season. The O.C. is a fun show to revisit, and the Chrismukkah episodes always managed to be extra special "The Best Chrismukkah Ever" (Season 1, Episode 13) "The Chrismukkah That Almost Wasn't" (Season 2, Episode 6) "The Chrismukkah Bar-Mitzvahkkah" (Season 3, Episode 10) "The Chrismukk-huh?" (Season 4, Episode 7)
  12. Of all the reality series that have established certain touchstone events they return to each season, Top Chef's "Restaurant Wars" is among the very best. The remaining chefs are divided into teams and tasked with creating their own pop-up restaurants, complete with menu, decor, and the ever-cursed front-of-house service. Great chefs shine, but just as often, they go down in flames. It's a reliably tense and unpredictable tradition, and would make for a deeply satisfying meal in binge form. "Restaurant Wars" (Season 1, Episode 7) "Unhappy Customers" (Season 2, Episode 10) "Restaurant Wars" (Season 3, Episode 10) "Second Helping" (Season 3, Episode 11) "Wedding Wars" (Season 4, Episode 9) "Restaurant Wars" (Season 5, Episode 9) "Restaurant Wars" (Season 6, Episode 9) "Restaurant Wars" (Season 7, Episode 9) "Restaurant Wars - One Night Only" (Season 8, Episode 7) "Restaurant Wars" (Season 9, Episode 10) "Restaurant Wars" (Season 10, Episode 11) "Restaurant Wars" (Season 11, Episode 9) "Restaurant Wars" (Season 12, Episode 7) "Restaurant Wars, Part 1" (Season 13, Episode 9) "Restaurant Wars, Part 2" (Season 13, Episode 10) "Restaurant Wars" (Season 14, Episode 😎 "Restaurant Wars" (Season 15, Episode 😎 "Surprise…It's Restaurant Wars" (Season 16, Episode 4) "Restaurant Wars Part 2" (Season 16, Episode 5)
  13. It took until halfway through Cheers' run for the show to discover its best recurring gag: the prank war that the gang at Cheers carried on with their rivals at Gary's Olde Towne Tavern. As the years went on, Sam Malone (Ted Danson) and his Cheers patrons ratcheted up the intensity and creativity of the pranks, and Gary's Olde Towne Tavern was always there to match them. Any set of prank episodes that begins with rolling Wade Boggs and gets crazier from there is worth your time, and at only seven episodes, you could knock it out in a day. "Bar Wars" (Season 6, Episode 23) "Bar Wars II: The Woodman Strikes Back" (Season 7, Episode 10) "Bar Wars III: The Return of Tecumseh" (Season 8, Episode 21) "Cheers Fouls Out" (Season 9, Episode 2) "Bar Wars V: The Final Judgment" (Season 10, Episode 7) "Bar Wars VI: This Time It's For Real" (Season 10, Episode 23) "Bar Wars VII: The Naked Prey" (Season 11, Episode 19)
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