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TV Rewind... Veronica Mars 1x10 - 'An Echolls Family Christmas'

If there’s one thing that you can count on in a long-running American network television series at one point or another, it’s that you’re going to get a Christmas episode, and since these shows have a habit, or used to in pre-internet days and when television series piracy wasn’t as big a concern, of having ended up airing on British television usually at a time when Christmas seemed far away, like the middle of spring or summer. 645 more words

TV Discussion

Dax Shepard & Kristen Bell Don't Have A Prenup

CONAN Highlight: Dax selflessly refused a prenup at the time of his marriage to Kristen Bell, but now, the joke’s on his more successful wife. 65 more words


Nicholas Stoller's "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" (presented by 10 Years Ago: Films in Retrospective)

This review originally appeared as a guest post on 10 Years Ago: Films in Retrospective, a film site in which editor Marcus Gorman and various contributors revisit a movie on the week of its tenth anniversary. 5,355 more words


the ship i ship the most


inspiration: Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell

I listened to Armchair Expert – Dax’s podcast – and his inaugural episode was with Kristen Bell, his wife. 144 more words

Personal Development

TV Rewind... Veronica Mars 1x09 - 'Drinking the Kool-Aid'

Picking up where we left of from last week, the revelation that our heroine’s father may not be the incredibly lovable Keith, but the more suspicious Jake Kane, hangs in the air with a suspenseful threat, even as we go into a tale involving that staple which many a television mystery show has devoted itself to at one time or another; the cult. 910 more words


The Good Place (Season #1)

***This has big spoilers.***

The Good Place is a crafty, smartly-written, and genuinely thought-provoking delight of a show.

Created by Brooklyn Nine Nine co-creator Michael Schur,  817 more words

TV Shows

TV Rewind... Veronica Mars 1x08 - 'Like A Virgin'

“Like A Virgin” is a great episode of Veronica Mars with so much to love. It is also an important episode, given that it introduces Mac to the show (Tina Majorino is the greatest), as well as Meg (Alona Tal) who will become even more important as the series goes into its second season. 848 more words