Talk Nerdy With Us Weekly Superlative Awards (February 28th-March 5th)


BEST ONE-LINER: The Walking Dead

“When you were slinging Bisquick, did you mean to make pancakes?”  -Abraham Ford


Abraham sure has a way with words; he speaks so eloquently, and now I am sure that none of us will ever be able to look at pancakes again.  Yes, on last Sunday’s The Walking Dead, Abraham made a metaphor of Bisquick and pancakes to ask Glenn if he and Maggie meant to become pregnant.

BAD GUY OF THE WEEK: American Crime

Leslie Graham


This woman will stop at nothing to keep her job. Making the board quit at the end of last Wednesday’s episode was the icing on the cake of her manipulation to keep her job. Felicity Huffman is so good at making the audience just literally hate this woman. (contributed by Talya)


Clexa Kiss


With tensions between the Grounders and Skaikru running even higher, and a newly put in place kill order on any member of Skaikru that crosses a line, Clarke must decide whether or not to stay in Polis with Lexa or return home to her people. Clarke being Clarke decides that she has to return to Arkadia for her people, but not before she says goodbye to Lexa, and their goodbye soon turns into a heartfelt kiss that leads to them sleeping together. The kiss is passionate, tearful, and a relief for both women as they finally allow themselves to fully embrace the love that they share. If only they had known that this would be their last moments together.

MOST EMOTIONAL SCENE: Shannara Chronicles

Amberle Becomes the Ellcrys


Thirty-five years ago, readers first felt the pang of heartbreak as Wil was forced to watch his love, Amberle, touch her hand to the dead Ellcrys and transform into its successor, forever separating them.  Now, all these years later, Terry Brooks has done it to us again.  For some, it feels as if the wound has never healed.  For others, viewers who’ve never read the books, that pain is all too new and all too real.

But we already know that the series has deviated from the books.  Will it be different here as it has several times over already?  Is it better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all?  And what does this mean for Wil and Eretria?  We still don’t know what’s going on with our lovable rogue.  As of now, these are all stories yet to be written on “The Shannara Chronicles”. (contributed by Robert Beasley)

Honorable Mention: The Vampire Diaries (Damon and Bonnie’s Goodbye)


Lexa’s Death


Lexa’s death was, admittedly, executed poorly, if I may say–she, a heroic, revolutionary commander, walked into a stray bullet. The scene was rescued by the infallible performances of Debnam-Carey, Eliza Taylor and Neil Sandilands as they desperately tried to save Lexa’s life. Ultimately, Lexa acknowledged there was nothing a sobbing and shaking Clarke could do–but even in her last moments, she honorably made sure Clarke’s safety was a guarantee and that the next commander should be guided as well as Titus had guided her, leaving a legacy of peace and wisdom behind. Even in her death she was the monolith of altruism, always looking out for her people–as Clarke confessed, “I don’t want another commander, I want you” as she kissed her love goodbye. For eyes too old for such youth, for eyes that have seen so much death and war–to look into Clarke’s eyes in her dying moments must have been solace and peace for Lexa’s heavy soul. (contributed by Nicola Choi)

BEST ACTION SCENE: Shadowhunters

Hodge Takes Down a Forsaken


When a super-charged Forsaken breached the Institute walls, it was up to weapons trainer Hodge to take him down (with a brief assist from Alec). If the finesse (and the attractiveness) of his ability didn’t impress you, then the fact that it took five Werewolves to kill one of them earlier in the episode just might. (contributed by Sam Pedley)

Honorable Mention: The Shannara Chronicles (The final battle)


Olivia Leaves?

LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT -- "Internal Affairs"  Episode 1504 -- Pictured: Mariska Hargitay as Detective Olivia Benson -- (Photo by: Michael Parmelee/NBC)

The end of the episode: Olivia asks for boxes and begins packing up her office. She tells the squad that she’s “gone, effective immediately.” Will she be back? Was she fired or just suspended? I NEED TO KNOW! (contributed by Jenni Bradley)

Honorable Mention: Shadowhunters (Alec proposes to Lydia)

That’s it for this week! Don’t forget to leave your thoughts in the comments and let us know if we missed anything or if there are any categories you would like us to add! We will see you next week with more Talk Nerdy With Us Weekly TV Superlative Awards! 


  1. It’s been so long and I’m still devastated by Lexa’s death on The 100. They killed their own show by killing her so cheaply. I thought i was composed until I read the OTP moments bit and the heartbreaking bit, especially this line “For eyes too old for such youth, for eyes that have seen so much death and war–to look into Clarke’s eyes in her dying moments must have been solace and peace for Lexa’s heavy soul.” …. Thats just poetry. Im so stunned and still so sad…its not sinking in…

    1. Reshop, Heda. That’s definitely a character death that is going to leave a lasting impact and most likely a wound that will never heal. While I don’t necessarily like how the death went down, I do think that it offered for some very emotional scenes between Clarke and Lexa, and those scenes were absolutely beautiful…and heartbreaking. So here’s to all of us who are suffering through this loss.

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