Showcase keeps putting "Next Week on the L Word" right after the last frame of the episode. That means you can't really absorb the emotional meaning of the ending. It also makes it hard to avoid "Next Week On." I don't watch "Next Week On" because I already plan to watch the show. I don't want to know how it's going to turn out. "Next Week On" is more likely to make me miss
the show than see it -- sometimes "Next Week On" has something obviously dorky and I think, "oh, don't need to see that."
So, Showcase: wouldja please cut to a commercial? Just one commercial, at least? Thanks.
Or you could, I don't know, change channels, block your ears, burst into one of your famous trivia songs or rush off to find a brownie in the fridge the moment the words "Next on L..." are uttered.
Sure, we can change the channel but wouldn't it be better if your customer (who's paying for this "service") not be annoyed in the first place?
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mmm...the L Word....
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