Because Time won't give me time. And time makes lovers feel like they've got something real. But you and me, we know we've got nothin' but time. And time won't give me time… BCTV Daily Dispatch! Welcome back to our daily dose of some of the best things happening across the television landscape (and with tons of love and respect to Culture Club) as we head into a weekend that sees the return of Rick and Morty. New faces this time around include a trailer for Wellington Paranormal, Christopher Eccleston returns for new Who, five ways Batman and Catwoman could have their sex lives "Snyder-ized," "Hell in a Cell" on WWE SmackDown, and Ronald D. Moore talks Worf and "Star Trek."
Following that, we have the "BCTV Rewind" with a selection of curated articles more than worth your time that you may have missed the first time around. Then we round out everything with another edition of "BCTV Weird" with a look at what we're calling the funniest cold open in the past seven seasons of NBC's Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
And here are a few more articles to add to your reading lists- including Heels creator Michael Waldron, a Rick and Morty Season 5 preview, Tom Hiddleston writes a Loki promo, Don Callis gets fired, The Walking Dead celebrates Season 1 artistically, The Witcher offers a Season 2 preview of Geralt's destiny, and Manifest may just have some life still left in it:
Aside from being an incredibly funny series overall, NBC's Brooklyn Nine-Nine has reputation for some of the best cold opens out there. And while this may not be that huge of a shock, we have to give the title fr the best cold open to S05E17 "DFW." All we need to say is Jake (Andy Samberg), a police line-up, and the Backstreet Boys. But as much as everyone (rightfully so) praises the performance, extra points go to the righteously awkward reminder at the end that makes you feel bad- for about a second before it's all funnier than it was before:
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