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Grace and Frankie

Grace and Frankie is a delightfully funny show aired on Netflix. The show follows Grace, a retired cosmetic business woman, and Frankie, a hippie artist. The lives of these women are turned upside down when their husbands Robert and Sol announce that they are in love with other, and wish to divorce their wives so that they can finally be an open couple after keeping their affair a secret for twenty years. 255 more words


Is it ok to make fun of anxiety? What this show gets right.

Is it offensive when entertainment media makes light of panic disorder? Yes. Often, it’s callous, ignorant, and not even really all that funny. But the media doesn’t always screw it up. 499 more words

The Best TV Series I Can Recommend for Journalism Majors

As you all should know by now, I am a journalism major and go to a local community college. Along with that, I love writing and reading, and surprisngly do not watch as much television as I used to. 491 more words

Watching Ken Burns Twenty-Five Years Later

It is a slow night at our household. We just got home from a volleyball match, and the other members of the family have disappeared into some corner of the house. 156 more words


September - "A tender story, September lacks the pace and immediacy that drives a drama forward..."

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September (Dir. Woody Allen/1987)

“I’m not who I thought I was” notes Steffie (Dianne Wiest) in Woody Allen’s sober and sincere September. 147 more words

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