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Lions rookie named 'biggest steal' in 2017 draft

He may not have walked in to the Detroit Lions facility knowing the offense as well as Matthew Stafford and Jake Rudock, but rookie quarterback Brad Kaaya is still a well-regarded prospect who most observers felt would be gone long before Detroit picked him in the sixth round. 194 more words

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Veep Season 6 Finale: Showrunner David Mandel Dissects Those Huge Twists, Teases Looming 'End Game'

Veep‘s presidential library arc climaxed in Sunday’s time-tripping Season 6 finale as ex-POTUS Selina Meyer prepared to preside over the dedication of her museum/shrine. 983 more words


Preacher Season 2 Premiere Recap: Road Kill On the Highway to Heaven

Before moving to its new Mondays-at-9 time slot on June 26, AMC’s Preacher kicked off Season 2 Sunday with an hour that was every bit as sexy, wacky and gory as 1,326 more words


Power Season 4 Premiere Recap: Orange Is the New Whack

Need to catch up? Check out the previous Power recap

When he’s done coughing up blood and writhing in agony, Ghost may appreciate the irony at work in… 807 more words


GLOW Season 1 Finale Recap: With Liberty Belle and Justice for All?

Warning: The following recap contains spoilers from the Season 1 finale of Netflix’s GLOW. Proceed at your own risk.

GLOW Series Premiere: Will You Get in the Ring With the Wrestling Comedy? 653 more words


The New Johnson (Trump?) Image


It seems all Presidents, not just Donald Trump, are endlessly fixated on “How am I doing? Do the people worship me?” Early in his political career, Lyndon Johnson squeaked out a 1948 Senate primary victory with a scant 87 votes; Republicans scornfully dubbed him “Landslide Lyndon.” That so galled him he viciously ran up the Presidential vote against Goldwater, and spent four White House years obsessing over his polls. 578 more words