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What Fans of Abruptly Canceled Shows Talk About

I “Like” a lot of shows on Facebook. Why? I could say it’s because I like having my Feed updated with news reports and interesting links about who’s going to be on this week’s Simpsons episode or about a wood carving of Ron Swanson that I can’t believe hasn’t actually made its way onto Parks and Recreation's official Page yet. But to be honest, the likelier reason is because I’m a narcissist who feels the need to broadcast his Likes onto society — “Hey, look at me world, I love Party Down. I’m cool!”

In other words, I’m a Facebook user. But a “Like” shouldn’t be taken too lightly; [...]

Conan to Take Questions from the Unwashed Masses on Facebook

Conan O'Brien is really embracing the internet to promote his new show Conan. It makes sense, seeing as the internet is what really rallied behind him during the Tonight Show shitshow. Today's online promo: a YouTube video offering to answer any questions fans may have on his Facebook page. The questions will be answered in a later video, apparently. It's all well and good, but Conan, I still don't buy that that's your real office.