Tag Archive: tv

Movies That Gave Us a Better 2020

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2020 is not a good year. Black Panther died. Political systems are crumbling. Protests and riots are common in major cities. A pandemic is creating chaos on a global level. There’s no MCU… Continue reading

Best Episode of the Office (US) Ever

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Those who frequent this site know I like to talk the Worst Episode Ever of a number of TV shows. But at the end of the day I am not a Negative Nancy… Continue reading

‘The West Wing’ Seems Quaint in 2020

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News has been circulating this past weekend that legendary drama series The West Wing will be making a return to our screens, with creator Aaron Sorkin picking up the pen. As it happens… Continue reading

Worst Episode of ‘How I Met Your Mother’ Ever

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In 2005 CBS with creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas, released a show that targeted a completely different audience than the network typically went after. Of all the television networks, CBS has found… Continue reading

Power Ranger Knock Offs of the 90s

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It goes without saying that there is little original in entertainment, and when something new does hit it big it is quick to get imitators. They took the concepts the Mighty Morphing ones… Continue reading

Best Sci-fi/Fantasy Shows of the 90s

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For fans of genre television the 90’s were a boom time. The audience for shows about monsters and spaceships made their presence known and networks answered. Pioneering storytelling styles and the prevalence of… Continue reading

Worst Episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Ever

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Finding humble beginnings in a cheesy-fun but ultimately forgettable movie, Buffy the Vampire Slayer has become one of the biggest entertainment franchises around. This can largely be attributed to the vision of Joss… Continue reading

Worst Episode of ‘Parks & Recreation’ Ever

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The motley crew of civil servants from Pawnee, Indiana hold a very special place in the hearts of TV viewers. Originally seen as nothing more than a poor man’s version of the Office… Continue reading

Arrow: End of an Era

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By the time 2012 rolled around it was crystal clear that Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy had completely changed the way superhero movies were done. At the CW, executives wanted in on the… Continue reading

We Can Stop Making Television, It Just Peaked

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One of the pinnacles of modern pop culture occurs when a beloved, long running television show manages to end on a satisfying note at a point in its life cycle before the quality… Continue reading