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Wmidnight Power Rankings (Feb 1-4)

Last week's @midnights were the unfortunate combination of weak shows with strong performances. Proops had the joke of a week (his answer to "what were the conditions of their divorce", if you've seen it), Mamrie Hart was great as usual, and Rooster Teeth's Gavin Free was a surprising standout. Places 4-9 are both a literal and figurative middle of the pack, with some good bits but nothing overwhelming. Burnie Burns got knocked down a few places for a couple of weird celebrity insults that didn't land, and while Gish and Ubach weren't awful, they didn't get a lot in.

1. Greg Proops (Th)

Weekly Wrasslin' Wroundup (Feb 1-4)

Boooooored. Bored bored bored bored bored. Booooored.

WWE MAIN ROSTER:

Nearly everyone seems lost and aimless on the shows leading up to Fastlane. For example, we know Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar are fighting for the Wrestlemania main event against Triple H. So fine, on Raw we have a talky talky opening segment with them, and then Lesnar interrupts the tag main event to kill everyone. That's fine. It's dull, but it makes sense.

Oh, The Metahumanity! (feb 1-4)

Not a great week for the superhero shows this week. Agent Carter tops the list, with Legends of Tomorrow spending its way to second place, then Arrow, then Flash. With luck, I'll be able to finish off Jessica Jones tonight. Come to think of it, the best genre drama of the week was Lucha Underground.

The Flash: "Fast Lane"

Monthly Free Games (Feb 2016)

Not only did I play all the new games this month in the first week after they came out, I played them PLUS tried Gravity Rush Remastered and Crypt of the Necrodancer, both of which I paid real moneys for on my PS4. Better month than January, but still a fair share of duds.

ZHeros (XBox One

Sparse, pointless brawler with generic cartoony graphics, weird camera choices, and an unnecessarily complicated combo system. I can't imagine this being worth anyone's time.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution (XBox 360)

Motherfucking Lucha Underground! (2/3)

We have a somewhat more traditional episode of Lucha Underground on the air this week. Not quite the barn-burner the season operner was, but somehting closer to an episode you'd see towards the middle of season one.

@midnight Power Rankings

Memo to @midnight producers. Maybe bringing someone on the show immediately after their viral stunt isn't the best idea. This week's Power Ranking has a special thirteenth entry for the guy who spent twelve hours playing piano on Twitch, whose inclusion on Wednesday turned out to be an awful idea. Also engaging in a fair amount of pooch-screwing this week are Brandon Wardell, who's young and new, and Marlon Wayans, who has fewer excuses.

Oh, The Metahumanity! (Jan 25-28)

Not a great week for the superhero shows this week. Agent Carter tops the list, with Legends of Tomorrow spending its way to second place, then Arrow, then Flash. With luck, I'll be able to finish off Jessica Jones tonight. Come to think of it, the best genre drama of the week was Lucha Underground.

The Flash: "The Reverse Flash Returns"

Weekly Wrasslin' Wroundup (Jan 24-28)

You can take the Lucha Underground out of the Weekly Wrasslin' Wrounup, but you can't take the comparisons to Lucha Underground out.

WWE MAIN ROSTER:

Motherfuckin' Lucha Underground! (1/27)

I'm sorry, I can't do this anymore. I cannot in good conscience lump Lucha Underound in with the Weekly Wrasslin' Wroundup. So, going forward, Lucha Underground gets its own segment, because it's too damn good not to. Plus, it's almost not even a wrestling show anymore, even though it was full of wrestling.

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