1. Arrested Development
In this great and original comedy “sitcom” Michael Bluth must hold his family together after his father is imprisoned. Although his dysfunctional family make his job unbearable. 196 more words
Lots to cover this week:
Whole Foods: Whole Lotta Nonsense?
In this provocative Daily Beast article, Michael Schulson points out that while the pseudoscience behind, say, creationism or its more science-kosher avatar intelligent design, is rightly decried by educated liberals as pseudoscience, those same liberals will often turn a blind eye to the snake oil dished out by Whole Foods, everyone’s favorite overpriced grocery-dispensing cash cow. 428 more words
Welcome to another weekly release of our previously recorded video podcasts! Today we’re releasing our 8th podcast episode! In this podcast, we watch three of our favourite episodes from season four of Arrested Development, using a not-as-properly-thought-out-as-we-thought voting system, and then discuss what we thought of the season as a whole. 35 more words
Until now I’ve been skeptical of most of Amazon’s television offerings, most of which don’t so much feel like art that people urgently wanted to make. 533 more words