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This Week's Most Exquisite TV Moment

April 9-15
“Good Bones” | Madam Secretary

TV took a mini hiatus this week (or so it seems), but what we did see surprised us with a lot of fantastic moments.  472 more words

This Week's Most Exquisite Tv Moment

Deep Impact (1998)

A story told from three personal perspectives: whiz-kid Leo Biederman discovers a comet, rising television-news star Jenny Lerner breaks the story of the comet, and astronaut Spurgeon Tanner attempts to destroy the comet. 485 more words


"Madam Secretary" and Guess Who

The latest episode was a hoot! If you missed it, you may be able to watch it here:


And if you didn’t catch the undertones, here’s an article that will explain it for you: 10 more words


Why I like Madam Secretary

No, not that Madam Secretary. The other one. The TV show.

Madam Secretary, which is in the middle of its third season, is about a highly capable former CIA analyst who gets pulled out of private life to become the Secretary of State. 1,061 more words


Jurassic Park III (2001)

In The Lost World, Dr. Ian Malcolm is coerced to go to Isla Sorna by the potential of something bad happening to someone he cares about. 476 more words


Review: ‘Madam Secretary:’ A new take on political dramas

The 2014 series “Madam Secretary” shakes up everything you thought you knew about political dramas. Instead of thriller-like plot lines and corruption running rampant, we see a realistic yet interesting and wholesome show. 508 more words

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Happy Birthday: Téa Leoni

Téa Leoni

Born: February 25, 1966 in New York City, New York, USA

I’ve been in a gym probably nine days of my life.

I dress up for awards, but only if somebody else is going to pay for the clothes. 175 more words

Happy Birthday