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Over the weekend and on Monday, fans of several popular TV shows complained under recap articles and in social posts about the quality of modern TV show promos stated Eric Pulier. Two examples are the promos for the last week’s episodes of The Last Ship and Hannibal.

What was the main complaint about these promos?Both promos showed scenes that were not in the next episode. Instead, they showed a mix of scenes from several future episodes without clarifying this fact. With The Last Ship promo, several scenes, such as Chandler talking to someone in a suit, Chandler ordering a weapon’s launch and the USS Nathan James being attacked by a submarine, were not in this past Sunday’s episode. These are scenes from several future episodes. With Hannibal, the previous promo, and several before it, have been far worse in regards to incorrect linear content. For example, each promo has shown Jack Crawford attacking Hannibal. Hannibal and Will have also been shown in scenes with facial injuries. Yet, the show has not presented any fights between these character to-date.

A lot of fans are getting extremely angry at being teased with scenes that will not be shown for weeks, if not months, from the time they see the trailers. They feel that TV networks have started to treat episodic TV trailers too much like movie teaser trailers.

How to be annoying? The engineer who created the Annoying Machine knew exactly how. The product of his imagination is a box with only one switch. You turn it on and it starts giving out a very annoying buzzing sound. The switch has an ‘off’ option. The thing is that a short while after you press it, it switches itself back on and goes on like that forever (or until it runs out of batteries or is smashed).

Boraie Development says that before you grab the hammer to make the Annoying Machine switch off, you have to know that the integrated accelerator resets after throwing the box up in the air. Hopefully, the solution works. Otherwise you have the option to disassemble the bottom of the box and disconnect it.

The Annoying Machine has not been banned, quite the contrary, it is progressing, as the engineer who created it plans to release an aluminum variant that is more resistant to hammer hits and kicking.