Someone please get this Yahoo! TV writer an editor. He could use a little help with his word choices:
If you’re referring to the second of two items, you can use latter. If you’re referring to the last of more than two items, you can’t. The word latter can refer to one of only two items. In this case, the writer should have written “this last one.”
That little error might have gone unnoticed by me (not really, I’d notice it but maybe not blog about it), but I had to include it because of the words that follow it. If the writer was trying to be funny with his use of the word spackle (which is a trademark, by the way), he fell flat. Spackle is used to patch those little holes left in a wall when you remove a nail. It’s mortar that is used between bricks. And even if he had used the correct word, I’d still have no idea what that metaphor meant.