Welcome back to Change the Channel, our weekly round-up of the best of the boob-tube in the tubes.
- The Mary Sue has curated the highlights from a Community-themed art show in L.A. called Six Seasons and a Movie.
- Speaking of Community, on the heels of showrunner Dan Harmon’s ouster, a new parody Twitter account has sprung up, poking fun at his replacements, Happy Endings‘ David Guarascio and Moses Port. Grantland has rounded up its five most intentionally enraging tweets here.
- Why yes, that is the 10th Doctor from Doctor Who as a dinosaur. Check out your other favourite Doctors as dinos, courtesy of artist Peter Foglesong, here.
- In other Who-news, here’s current Doctor Matt Smith thanking fans after carrying the Olympic torch in Cardiff.
- At Doctor Her, Courtney Stoker explores how Daleks, the “scariest” Doctor Who villains, are hilariously adorable and adorably hilarious.
- Thor was awesome in Game of Thrones season 2.
- Meera and Jojen haven’t been written out of the Game of Thrones; they’re joining the cast of season 2! The Mary Sue has a full list of which characters will appear next season.
- I had to break it to my Grandma this week that Harry’s Law was cancelled, even though it has really excellent ratings from the over-50 crowd. Sorry Grams, but as Jaime Weinman explains at Maclean’s, advertisers and networks don’t care about you.
- These days, TV’s all vagina this and vagina that.
- Despite all that vagina, it turns out TV is really bad for little girls’ self-esteem. And little black boys. And pretty much all children who aren’t white males. .
- That’s probably one of the reasons Ryan McGee says it’s time all those dude TV critics out there need to be more supportive of women’s voices.
- Rabbit Ears’ own Steve Tilley writes about TV’s unlikely sex symbols in the Toronto Sun.
- And finally, the surprising and unsurprising lessons of this past TV season, according to The Atlantic’s Kevin Fallon.