Did you know that during this month, people suddenly decide that it'd be a good idea to talk about the eleven months prior?
Andy Greenwald (who you may be familiar with from his exahaustive, but relatively impeccable recaps of the critically-acclaimed AMC/HBO/Showtime carousel of dope shows) and fellow Grantland editor Chris Ryan sat down to discuss their favorite moments from a year that included everything from a Khaleesi who vowed to take what is hers, to a bald, red-headed funny guy being remarkably profound about New York City puddle sploosh.
Greenwald cites an episode-concluding scene in "Girls," (which I've skipped due to the fact that it's a bit rambling, and cause "we don't want to hear about 'Girls,' Bro,") followed by a great Parker Posey moment in "Louie." Ryan counters with one of the more shocking scenes of the year, commenting on how a particular "Breaking Bad" ending likely validates the show as one of the most dilligent and cruelly calculated masterpieces ever to be aired on television. Overall, a great watch for any TV junkie.