Advertising dollars are a tricky thing. But with technology so rapidly changing the way we consume television, something's gotta be done about measuring non-traditional TV viewership -- otherwise critically heralded and Internet-adored shows like "Community" and "Cougar Town" will go off the air completely. In the meantime, though, the least networks could do is air episodes of TV shows we love that they've already produced. Making us wait until undetermined points in the spring is almost as traumatizing as the time Jules tragically lost Big Joe.
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