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Category Archives: Television
With thanks to my friend W, this is now in both our lives. Get it – it makes you look pretentious while trying to hold in a snort. That’s a rare gift in a book.
There are some characters that just get on your nerves – Private Randy Hill isn’t one of them. I had very, very low expectations for Enlisted, a new half hour comedy making the rounds on Fox, and the ‘Pilot’ met … Continue reading
Never in my life have I been so genuinely upset to run across a spoiler. Damn you, Wikipedia – sometimes all a girl wants to do is look up how to spell Tom Mison properly, not get incredibly specific and … Continue reading
Community is back, and my feelings are thus: Not the smiling and the drinking: the Galileo Thermometer. My grandparents had one in their house, it was the only thing I wanted when they sold it a few years back. And, … Continue reading
It’s all in the details. Which is something we hear all the time – in job descriptions, on resumes, as part of the test we’re about to take: the details make things special. Special because someone, somewhere, took the time … Continue reading
It’s honestly killing me, you guys. Every day, when I start my computer, I do three things: 1. Check my email. It is mostly Facebook updates. 2. Check my Facebook. It is mostly reminders to check my email. 3. Goggle … Continue reading
I live in a multiverse. And that’s mostly because I live in Toronto – every time I turn on my television, I have an 18%* chance of seeing the characters I love running around my city. But calling it another … Continue reading
I would write a show called “Money$kirt”. It’s the heartbreaking, yet gently encouraging story of a woman named Penny who’s family passes down, from generation to generation, the secret of succeeding in a world dominated by men who couldn’t figure … Continue reading
I really, painfully embarrassingly, love NCIS. I know. It’s a police procedural that isn’t exactly The Wire. They’ve got fancy gadgets, a bad guy of the week, a coroner who talks to dead people – and the reputation of being … Continue reading