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Tumblr Users Try To Explain TV Shows Based On A Single Frame

(Image Link) The thousands of frames that make up a TV show are edited together into an episode in order to tell a cohesive story to the audience, so it's not really fair to make assumptions about the show based on a single frame. (Image Link) But the internet is full of people with really strong opinions about shows they've never seen, and if you post a single frame screenshot from a show and ask them to explain what's going on they'll answer.
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