Worst Company In America Quarterfinals: Comcast Vs. Time Warner Cable

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Two spots remain in the WCIA semifinals, but only one of these craptastic cable companies will be moving on.

It’s been three years since Comcast took home the Golden Poo and it hasn’t made the finals since. But this year, the Kings of Kabletown seem to rediscovered that energy from the 2010 tournament, first disconnecting T-Mobile from life support in the first round and then shooting DirecTV’s satellite right out of the sky.

Meanwhile, Comcast’s on-and-off-the-field competitor Time Warner Cable has also breezed through the early rounds of the WCIA bracket. Some would argue that it TWC really faced any competition until now, having beating up on two contenders who WCIA analysts predicted never stood a chance. Sure, Cablevision earned a spot in the tournament, but could it really hope to compete against a company the size of TWC? And FedEx may have been able to beat out UPS to get its first WCIA win, but much like its packages, the company never really showed up for its bout against Time Warner Cable. And so the question remains: Is TWC for real, or is it about to get a major reality check?

Which one of these companies will move on to face Bank of America in the Final Four? You decide.

VOTING FOR THIS POLL IS NOW CLOSED. COMCAST MOVES ON TO THE FINAL FOUR!

This is a post in our Worst Company In America 2013 series. The companies competing for this honor were chosen by you, the readers. See the entire WCIA 2013 bracket HERE.