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Spoiler alert: I like spoilers.
I won’t go all J. Law on you if you told me what happened on the past two Mad Men episodes I haven’t yet watched. I won’t get irrationally angry at a spoiler-y tweet or headline, which was how I found out that Will died on The Good Wife (watch the episode here). I don’t mind getting spoiled. People think it’s weird when I ask them to tell me what happened or what to expect on a show, but I think it’s weird how weird they are about spoilers.
Scoop on 39 must-see finales
I get it. In the Age of Outrage, a spoiler is the supreme sin. But the hysteria and pathological spoiler-aversion are getting out of control. I’m not here to instill Spoiler Laws or convince you to seek …
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Posted: May 7th, 2014