It can be hard to cut through the white noise of TV's bloated landscape to find the gems and avoid the trash. That's why Bob Thompson, the founding director of the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture, and a trustee professor of television and popular culture at the Newhouse School of Public communications at Syracuse, joins Boston Public Radio every week to help us find the best and avoid the worst that TV has to offer. This week, Thompson praised the first episode of the last season of HBO's Veep, condemned the gross out podiatry of A & E's The Toe Bro, and chose the upcoming reboot of Twilight Zonethe for his what to watch this week.