Here is a comic about TV shows that don’t exist.

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ENCYCLOPEDIA JONES: Hey, did you catch the season finale of HIGH TIDE, LOW TIDE last night?
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[CHRIS SURNAMES stares at the camera in silence.]
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CS: SERIES finale, you mean.
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EJ: Oh.
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EJ: That's kind of a crummy ending.
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CS: I KNOW.
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EJ: So, when's the fandom moving on.
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CS: We've been talking about EVERYTHING IS ORDINARY, which starts next month. But man, we keep falling in love with these single season shows. Sometimes I wonder why we keep doing this.
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EJ: We?
CS: Me.
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EJ: *YOU* keep doing it. *I'VE* been a dedicated MURDERCRIMES fan for twelve years and counting.
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CS: You've been watching MURDERCRIMES since you were *FIVE*? I dunno, man, that seems irresponsible of *SOMEONE*.
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EJ: Nah, it's rated PG. On a technicality. I mean, it's not like it scarred me forever or what have you.
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CS: Say, didn't MURDERCRIME: WOODBRIDGE get cancelled last week?
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[Logo for MURDERCRIME WOODBRIDGE on a black background. The word MURDER is in white, with a red glow, the word CRIME is in white, with a blue glow, and the word WOODBRIDGE is in yellow, with no glow. In the corner, a transparent white icon, like you might see in the corner of a television broadcast, to identify the channel you're watching, of a chicken wearing a hat.]
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[CAPTION: A quiet street, Woodbridge, England]
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DETECTIVE CARL CHARLES: Hey there, princess.
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CC: Do I WANT to know where you spent the night?
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DETECTIVE JIM ELLARD: My wife threatened to kill me
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JE: so I had to sleep in the park.
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[beat]
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CC: Would've given us something to do, though.
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CC: I mean, it's been six (....)ing weeks.
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CC: I just want people to do murdercrimes already.
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JE: Sometimes I want to light the town on fire.
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CC: No, no, murdercrimes, man. If you snap, at least do it right.
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EJ: Yeah, but I don't really care. I mean, it wasn't that great. Don't get me wrong, the cast was excellent. But for a spinoff of a detective show renowned for being a stickler for absolute realism. Let's just say rural England is not the hotbed of murdercrime British detective shows would have you think.
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CS: Oh.