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TV Time: Once Upon a Time 5.22/5.23

I apologize for the delay in getting this post to you, fellow Oncers! I spent the last two weeks finding some magic of my own in Walt Disney World, which I will be writing about in great detail very soon. 3,218 more words

Television

TV Talk: Lady Dynamite

No spoilers! I promise. So if you haven’t yet started the incredible “Lady Dynamite,” or you’re only a few episodes in, no fear.

Thank you, Netflix, for the gift of “Lady Dynamite,” because this show would not and could not have found a home anywhere else. 469 more words

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Maintaining Relevance

It’s always nice to feel prescient and relevant when writing. There’s almost nothing worse than feeling out-of-touch with my audience or society around me. A few recent articles and events have happened over the last few weeks to make me feel like I’m in some small way helping to lead a conversation rather than merely reacting. 627 more words

Popular Culture

Activate Interlocks!: Conceptual Voltron LEGO Set

I’ll be honest, I’ve never really been a LEGO guy, nor have I ever been a selfless lover, but these conceptual Voltron LEGO set designed and proposed by LEGO Ideas user len_d69 make me want to be both. 71 more words

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Dancing With the Stars: Season 22, Week 10 "Finals, Night 2"

Always got to up things for the Finale, so this season the opening includes not only a bit at the neighboring Grove Hotel, but also one on the adjoining roofs! 928 more words

Television

"Lots of people are wonderful, but you're just the best."*

Today we celebrate the birthday of the oft-quoted Ralph Waldo Emerson (May 25, 1803–April 27, 1882).

It would be a good day to take down one of his books, blow off the dust and… 259 more words

Preacher Review (Season 1, Episode 1)

Seth Rogen and his esteemed writing partner Evan Goldberg hardly stray from controversy and their adaptation of Garth Ennis’ graphic novel Preacher is lockstep with their meta directorial debut This Is The End and their truthfully underwhelming North Korean satire The Interview. 429 more words

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