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Couch Madness: ‘Tabula Rasa’

March 23, 2020 by  

In honor of what should have been NCAA tournament season, Give Me My Remote is launching our own kind of bracket, pitting similarly titled episodes against each other: Couch Madness! (Credit for the excellent name goes fellow reporter Chris Hayner.)

The seeding is simple: rather than quality, we’re going by air date (with the oldest episode getting the #1 slot and the newest getting #8). With Peak TV, this will not include every single show that has used this title; rather, we picked a selection from what was available.

The first round will run from Monday, March 23 through Friday, March 27. Round two will kick off on Monday, March 30, with the final face-off starting Monday, April 6.

Next up? “Tabula Rasa.” Keep reading for the bracket, episode descriptions (from IMDB), and the polls. (For the other episodes competing, check out all the brackets here!)

Couch Madness Tabula Rasa

LAW & ORDER (1): “The prime suspect in the murder of a college professor is a domineering father who kidnapped his children and disappeared 15 years earlier.”

FEED THE BEAST (8): “Facing a restaurant with no patrons, Dion reluctantly seeks help from his former mentor. this leads Tommy to a startling revelation. Ruth Cline (Kathryn Kates), returns!”

STARGATE: ATLANTIS (5): “Dr. McKay is in a lab in Atlantis, and he doesn’t know where he is, or who he is. There’s a computer next to him, with a message telling him to find Teyla; she’s the only one who can save them all. McKay is chased by a group of soldiers, led by Major Lorne.”

LOST (4): “Jack and Hurley discover an alarming secret about Kate, while the marshal’s life hangs in the balance.”

JUSTICE LEAGUE (3): “Lex Luthor finds an extremely advanced android that can imitate superpowers and manipulates it to attack the Justice League.”

CRIMINAL MINDS (6): “A suspected serial killer who’s been in a coma since 2004 due to an accident when he was arrested wakes up 4 years later, with no memory of his past, not even his name. While he is tried in court, in which Hotch is testifying against him, the rest of the team investigates his past further.”

HEROES (7): “Under Samuel’s guidance, Sylar starts on a path to rediscover his true identity. Hiro helps Emma accept and understand the great possibilities that go along with having an ability. Meanwhile, Peter enlists HRG to help him find a healer who can save Hiro’s life.”

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER (2): “While trying to find a way to make Buffy forget about her afterlife experience, Willow inadvertently casts a spell that erases everyone’s memories.”

Which shows have your votes?

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