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Journalist Cameos on "House of Cards": What are the Real Consequences?

I always really enjoyed the “House of Cards” episodes where real-life professional news anchors and TV journalists popped onscreen for a moment or two, often with a hard news report on a character’s demise or a snarky comment on another character’s skyrocket to recognition. 525 more words

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TV Review: House of Cards – Season 2, Episode 10 – "Chapter 23"

“It’s not beginning the story that I fear. It’s not knowing how it will end. Everyone is fair game now. Including me.”

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Rome is Burning: D.C. on the TV


On Scandal, Olivia Pope’s merry band of D.C. fixers call themselves “gladiators.” GLADIATORS. Think about that for a second.

This is what a cultural theorist might call slippage, a rupture, the intrusion of the Real—that rare place where the pervasive irreality of our postmodern copy-of-a-copy-of-a-copy culture begins to tear and What’s Really Going On comes crashing through. 1,551 more words


The important stuff is in the fine print...

One of the biggest mistakes Canadians make on a regular basis is judging mortgages strictly on the lowest rate…this is one of the least important aspects of a mortgage in fact.   220 more words


Viral Video: Orange Is the New Ba-aaack

The other Netflix hit that’s not “House of Cards” — lady-in-prison drama “Orange is the New Black” — has released its second-season trailer and it looks like a doozy, including a scary new inmate named “Vee.” 59 more words


An Okie's Take On August: Osage County

August: Osage County: Tony Award winning play 2007 – 2009. Adapted for screen in 2013 with its setting in Osage County, Oklahoma.
Writer: Tracy Letts (Oklahoma born and bred). 309 more words