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Who Has a Better Secret Past, Don Draper or Robin Scherbatsky?

Duels or “classy show-downs” as they are often called by no one, have been solving hot debates for ages. They're useful for delivering crowds a champion, through often unpredictable means (just ask Alexander Hamilton). Television loves a surprise, so what better way to measure and battle elements of TV than with a duel? Here, we will battle two characters in an imaginary contest of wills. Sometimes a winner will be crowned because of pertinent facts, and sometimes in spite of them.

This week? Don Draper v. Robin Scherbatsky in secret pasts.

Over the years, some people have tried to claim that Mad Men is not a comedy. Oh really? It has sexual [...]

Who Would Win at Charades, Leslie Knope or Michael Scott?

Duels or “classy show-downs” as they are often called by no one, have been solving hot debates for ages. They're useful for delivering crowds a champion, through often unpredictable means (just ask Alexander Hamilton). Television loves a surprise, so what better way to measure and battle elements of TV than with a duel? Here, we will battle two characters in an imaginary contest of wills. Sometimes a winner will be crowned because of pertinent facts, and sometimes in spite of them.

This week’s duel? Leslie Knope and Michael Gary Scott in charades.

These two physical and mental behemoths clash in the ultimate battle, parlor games. If this were an Iron Chef America competition, [...]

Who Would Win an American Gladiator Tournament, Ron Swanson or Dwight Schrute?

Duels, or “classy show-downs” as they are often called by no one, have been solving hot debates for ages. They're useful for delivering crowds a champion, through often unpredictable means (just ask Alexander Hamilton). Television loves a surprise, so what better way to measure and battle elements of TV than with a duel? Here, we will battle two characters in an imaginary contest of wills. Sometimes a winner will be crowned because of pertinent facts, and sometimes in spite of them.

This week’s duel? Ron Swanson v. Dwight Schrute in an American Gladiator Tournament.

For those not familiar with it, American Gladiators, which ran on television from 1989-1996, was a reality TV [...]

Who Wins a Fashion Walk-Off, Tom Haverford or Kelly Kapoor?

Duels or “classy show-downs” as they are often called by no one, have been solving hot debates for ages. They're useful for delivering crowds a champion, through often unpredictable means (just ask Alexander Hamilton). Television loves a surprise, so what better way to measure and battle elements of TV than with a duel? Here, we will battle two characters in an imaginary contest of wills. Sometimes a winner will be crowned because of pertinent facts, and sometimes in spite of them.

This week? Tom Haverford v. Kelly Kapoor in a Fashion Walk-off.

“I love rivalries. Michael or Jim. Paris or Nicole. Heidi or LC. It's so much fun. But, I guess if [...]

Who's a Better Mother, Roseanne or Donna Reed?

Duels or “classy show-downs” as they are often called by no one, have been solving hot debates for ages. They're useful for delivering crowds a champion, through often unpredictable means (just ask Alexander Hamilton). Television loves a surprise, so what better way to measure and battle elements of TV than with a duel? Here, we will battle two characters in an imaginary contest of wills. Sometimes a winner will be crowned because of pertinent facts, and sometimes in spite of them.

This week? Roseanne v. Donna Reed in motherhood.

It’s the Mother’s Day edition of the duels. Here we pit two iconic mothers against one another to find out who is the [...]

Who's Better at Working, Ben Wyatt or Henry Pollard?

Duels or “classy show-downs” as they are often called by no one, have been solving hot debates for ages. They're useful for delivering crowds a champion, through often unpredictable means (just ask Alexander Hamilton). Television loves a surprise, so what better way to measure and battle elements of TV than with a duel? Here, we will battle two characters in an imaginary contest of wills. Sometimes a winner will be crowned because of pertinent facts, and sometimes in spite of them.

This week? Ben Wyatt v. Henry Pollard in working, (or… Adam Scott v. Adam Scott at jobs.)

Of the seven basic literary conflicts, the most intriguing is certainly “character v. character” [...]

Who Would Win a Words With Friends Game, Jess Day or Abed Nadir?

Duels, or “classy show-downs” as they are often called by no one, have been solving hot debates for ages. They're useful for delivering crowds a champion, through often unpredictable means (just ask Alexander Hamilton). Television loves a surprise, so what better way to measure and battle elements of TV than with a duel? Here, we will battle two characters in an imaginary contest of wills. Sometimes a winner will be crowned because of pertinent facts, and sometimes in spite of them.

This Week? Jess Day and Abed Nadir play Words With Friends

Things will heat up quickly with these two wordsmiths in the joint. Abed tries to use “cool” more than once. Repeatedly. But [...]

Who Would Win in a Republican Primary, Jack Donaghy or Alex P. Keaton?

Duels or “classy show-downs” as they are often called by no one, have been solving hot debates for ages. They're useful for delivering crowds a champion, through often unpredictable means (just ask Alexander Hamilton). Television loves a surprise, so what better way to measure and battle elements of TV than with a duel? Here, we will battle two characters in an imaginary contest of wills. Sometimes a winner will be crowned because of pertinent facts, and sometimes in spite of them.

This week: Jack Donaghy v. Alex P. Keaton in a Republican primary.

It goes without saying that these two men are financial masterminds, with nothing lacking in the confidence department. The [...]

Which Is a Better Restaurant, Central Perk or Monk's Cafe?

Duels, or “classy show-downs” as they are often called by no one, have been solving hot debates for ages. They're useful for delivering crowds a champion, through often unpredictable means (just ask Alexander Hamilton). Television loves a surprise, so what better way to measure and battle elements of TV than with a duel? Here, we will battle two characters in an imaginary contest of wills. Sometimes a winner will be crowned because of pertinent facts, and sometimes in spite of them.

This week’s duel? Friends' Central Perk v. Seinfeld's Monk’s Café in Online Reviews.

Central Perk 9/28/1995 ****

I LOVE this café! That blond waitress never gets my order right, but it’s [...]

Who's the World's Worst Father, Frank Reynolds or George Bluth, Sr.?

Duels or “classy show-downs” as they are often called by no one, have been solving hot debates for ages. They're useful for delivering crowds a champion, through often unpredictable means (just ask Alexander Hamilton). Television loves a surprise, so what better way to measure and battle elements of TV than with a duel? Here, we will battle two characters in an imaginary contest of wills. Sometimes a winner will be crowned because of pertinent facts, and sometimes in spite of them.

This week?  Frank Reynolds vs. George Bluth Sr. for the title of World’s Worst Father

This week’s duel will leave the mothers out of it. Like a bad call at a championship little [...]

Who Would Be a Better Crime Fighter, Gloria Pritchett or Phoebe Buffay?

Duels or “classy show-downs” as they are often called by no one, have been solving hot debates for ages. They're useful for delivering crowds a champion, through often unpredictable means (just ask Alexander Hamilton). Television loves a surprise, so what better way to measure and battle elements of TV than with a duel? Here, we will battle two characters in an imaginary contest of wills. Sometimes a winner will be crowned because of pertinent facts, and sometimes in spite of them.

This week? Gloria Pritchett v. Phoebe Buffay at Crime-Fighting

These two tremendous characters from comedy ensemble casts have more than what it takes to catch (or be) a thief. They are [...]

Who Would Win an Eating Contest, Liz Lemon or Ron Swanson?

Duels, or “classy showdowns” as they are often called by no one, have been solving hot debates for ages. Duels have played a major part in American history. Little known fact? The Lincoln-Douglas debates, The Bush-Gore election and The Thomas Crown Affair were all settled via a duel. So were the last three American Gladiators championships, and some of the most famous arguments between banjos.

Duels are useful for delivering crowds a champion, through often unpredictable means (just ask Alexander Hamilton). Television loves a surprise, so what better way to measure and battle elements of TV than with a duel?  Here, we will battle two characters in an imaginary [...]