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TV: Summer's Last Hurrah - Game of Thrones, Halt and Catch Fire, You're the Worst and Top of the Lake China

It has been a completely crazy last month or so and I know I am way behind on my blog so while I have a few days before the onslaught of fall TV, I just wanted to make some comments about the shows that I have been watching during the twilight of summer. 1,036 more words

#144 - When The Rat's Away

Individual’s implicated this week: Ash Williams, Jane Campion, Mark Taylor, Pat Cash, Billy Thorpe, Ed Sheeran. Proudly bought to you by Loathing Outwards productions.

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Jane Campion on the Ending of 'Top of the Lake: China Girl'

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not watched “The Battle of the Mothers,” the Sept. 12 finale of “Top of the Lake: China Girl.” 1,109 more words

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Ambition, Disappointment, 'Top of the Lake: China Girl'

Two episodes in, I was sure Top of the Lake: China Girl had the potential to not only surpass the quality of its predecessor, but end up as one of the best television seasons ever produced. 1,360 more words

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TV Review: Top of the Lake: China Girl

Oh, Top of the Lake: China Girl; I wish I liked you better. 

The first season of Jane Campion’s SundanceTV series is phenomenal, make no mistake; also make no mistake that she should have left it at one season, assuming that her plan for following it up was always, well, this.  68 more words

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Elisabeth Moss on Why Doing Back-to-Back Dark TV Shows Was 'A Helpful Thing'

When Jane Campion‘s series “Top of the Lake” debuted in 2013, it was initially presented as a one-and-done series about a detective, played by… 506 more words

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TV Review: Elisabeth Moss and Nicole Kidman in 'Top of the Lake: China Girl' on SundanceTV

Elisabeth Moss has had quite a year. In the spring, in “The Handmaid’s Tale,” she gave uncanny immediacy to the plight of her character, Offred, who was defined — unwillingly — by her potential fertility. 1,222 more words

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