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'Another Period's' Best Gag: Suffrage and Hysteria

Sex, politics, and sexual politics were on the menu last night for an even-more-gross-than-usual episode of Another Period. Edith Wharton can’t even bother to turn over in her grave for this kind of stuff. 388 more words

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'Archer' at San Diego Comic-Con 2015

My friends from FX’s Archer were at San Diego Comic-Con last week, and dropped a few hints about what we can expect when the show comes back next January with their usual wit and style. 52 more words

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Comedy Week: 21 Jump Street (2012) **REVIEW**

You’d might think that Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum would be a mix match couple when it comes to comedy but they really are one of the best comedy pairs. 198 more words

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BREAKING NEWS: Amy Poehler Now Has Red Hair

I don’t know how to say this, so: AMY POEHLER HAS RED HAIR. This is not a drill, or as Us Weekly suggests, “a belated April Fools’ joke.” Which I would hope not because, as a comedian, I would think Poehler could come up with a better April Fools’ joke than “making her hair a different color.” 130 more words

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Conan Spoke With Indiana's 'Religious Freedom Czar' About The New Anti-Gay Law

On Tuesday night, Conan had Indiana’s newly appointed “Religious Freedom Czar” on his show to discuss the hotly contended Religious Freedom Law that lets private businesses openly discriminate against homosexuals, which Stephen King recently… 67 more words

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TV Review: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 2.19, "Sabotage"

“Every once in a while, it’s nice to be reminded that the non-principal cast members on Brooklyn Nine-Nine are people too. Last week, the series drilled down on Jake Peralta and did a lot of work to flesh him out as a complex human being with more layers beyond “clown” and “slacker”; this week, “Sabotage” does a little bit of the same for Scully, Hitchcock, and even Gina, though with far less successful results. 53 more words

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