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This week we’re barely putting up with ads for Batman V Superman

A guide to what we’re barely putting up with this week.

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The campy and creepy new addition to the evil-doll genre, The Boy. It’s been a while since we had an unofficial Chucky sequel.

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PBS’ pretty but dull Mercy Street. See? England isn’t the only country that can make pleasant, historically accurate drama-lettes!

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Feria’s “Smokey Pastels” hair color. We should be making it harder, not easier, for women to dye their hair like Kelly Osbourne circa 2013.

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The Real Housewives Of Potomac. Nice try, Bravo. But fake people with fake body parts causing fake drama in a fake place is one “fake” too far for the Housewives franchise.

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McDonald’s disconcerting “McPick 2” menu. A.k.a. the “Look What We Can Throw In Our Fryer!” menu.

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Khloe Kardashian’s thoroughly unnecessary talk show, Kocktails With Khloe. Sure, she can’t spell “cocktails” or her own first name, but what will one of the most fame-hungry members of the world’s most overexposed family bring to television’s most overused format?

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Ads for the movie-length SNL sketch, Batman V Superman. Finally, a movie that makes you long for the nuance and subtlety of Alien Vs. Predator.

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