The AV Club writes Website turns any TV show into a chart, revolutionizes arguing about TV
Graph TV, "looks up the IMDB user ratings for every episode of a given TV show and turns them into points on simple graphs that show the ebb and flow of public opinion over the course of a series. Each season of the show is coded with a different color, so users can see, for example, which seasons of Dexter received more praise as they went on and which ones tumbled down the Y-axis faster than an Olympic bobsled team with nothing left to lose."
I do think this is kind of genius and am shocked no one's done it before. The y axis changes changes scale for different shows so it might look like the fourth season of The Sopranos was awful but it was just in the high 7s instead of the series average high 8s. I'd also like a graph to compare two or more different shows.