So I know everyone hasn't finished it yet, but I thought that we could discuss like three episodes at a time.
welcome to season 2, episode 8: Variable and Full of Perturbation. Let's discuss, clone club!
We finally get a look at the new Sailor Moon series set to debut worldwide (not just Japan) next month in this new trailer from the official Sailor Moon YouTube account, and it's pretty awesome looking.
I just concluded my umpteenth rewatch of Battlestar Galactica, in its entirety. (spoiler-ish) I'm a little dehydrated from all the crying, but it's all good. I noticed a line in the finale that I've never paid much attention to before. I've always loved the way this show had the women rescuing the men ALL the TIME,…
If you are a rational person alive today then you are likely beyond excited for the season 2 premiere of Netflix's Orange Is The New Black tomorrow morning. Since the freshman premiered season last July, the show has been lauded for it's revolutionary depiction of women, and for good reason. As my favourite culture…
Actress Mary McDonnell has played a first lady (Independence Day) and president of the 12 colonies (Battlestar Galactica) which makes her just as qualified as you or I (well, me anyway) to opine on whether Hillary Clinton should be president.
So, I'm going to be the loser who has nothing important to say and only a link to stimulate some fun discussion. I hope that's okay.
Yeah. Yeah. We're doing this. I'm reviewing a live-action Disney Channel show. That's a thing that's happening here. It's a sequel to Boy Meets World, Boy Meets World had that Sabrina crossover, and they did that Truman Show episode, and they killed Kenny that one time, that means it's a genre show, and I can talk…
This show is just so deliciously weird and atmospheric. *slight spoiler below*
Folks who watched Stephen Colbert's brilliant series of bits in which he set up a superPAC for the 2012 elections wound up better informed about campaign finance issues than newspaper readers or viewers of other networks or shows, a new study reports.
Some might argue that transgender characters, and their actors and actresses, have made it in the media, the way gay and lesbian characters have made it before. However, this is premature. The case can be made that while trans women actresses and the transgender characters they play are finally getting the recognition…
I'm a couple months older than Carolla, so people can judge me however they'd like, but what was important about Loveline is that it was the first regularly-scheduled, open dialogue about sex anywhere on television and because MTV was focused on the younger demographic, there was a lot of sex advice given to teens,…
I've been wanting to praise Sirens, the USA Network series about paramedics and to a lesser extent, cops and firefighters from Executive Producer Denis Leary and Bob Fisher and a... I don't know what Abed would call it... episode where they tell a story to strangers about what they do, seemed like a good start.
CNN reports that Davis, 88, died after she fell and hit her head Saturday morning in her bathroom. She suffered a subdural hematoma and never regained consciousness.
The kids are flipping around the TV and landed on a singing competition. As I walked through the room, I saw the host is John Barrowman, famously of Torchwood and Doctor Who. His ABC show bio says he's hosted reality competition shows in England, so I guess it isn't new, but it was a surprise to me, nonetheless.
Season 2, episode 7: Knowledge of Causes, and Secret Motion of Things.
There's not really a lot I can say about this show. I could say a lot about the last two shows NBC put in this time slot - Dracula and Hannibal. Crossbones has some elements from both those shows. And John Malkovich.
So i put some Hodor in your Hodor, so you can Hodor while you Hodor....Hodor?
Or as it should be called, Black Stereotype: The Show. That might be too long, though.
NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams didn't mention Angelou's time as a sex worker in their obituary. They did talk about her childhood rape. Did they leave the prostitution out: because in a few-minute segment, it was irrelevant to her life and work; because they didn't want to fault the dead as that's the American…