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“a.d. the bible continues” [review]

In a world with many swords and sandals-themed television programming, whether influenced by books or historical events, comes a new series chronicling the stories of the best selling book in the world. Back in 2013, The History Channel brought us

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“unbreakable kimmy schmidt” review

On March 6th (happy birthday Dad!) Netflix premiered it’s newest hit series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt  from the hilariously talented and beautiful Tina Fey, starring Ellie Kemper whom the titular role was written for and is expertly crushing. I have so many

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Posted in comedy, netflix, review, tv

what’s wrong with “gotham”?

Last night was the premiere of one of the most anticipated shows for the 2014 Fall season. Especially for fanboy geeks like myself, I practically told people I wouldn’t be hanging out with them unless they were seated next to

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“sleepy hollow” series premiere review

Title: Sleepy Hollow When/Where: 9PM, FOX Original prediction: Cancelled On 2nd thought: DVR season pass/Appointment TV From the very beginning I had my doubts this show will last. Why? It’s hard to say. Sometimes I just have a feeling about

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rating the nielsen ratings

It’s that time of year again when networks begin to decide which shows you will or won’t be watching next year. Many shows’ fates have already been decided and it’s evident if you can’t find them on the schedule. Other

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Posted in arrested development, commercial, Fringe, hulu, tv

oscars 2012 recap

I’m going to keep this short since I have The Lost Dial at my disposal, I can express all my opinions verbally versus writing them all out here. Granted, I still have my notes written down, but I’d rather have

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Posted in academy awards, awards, movie, oscar, tv

staying awake for “awake”

There might be too many puns available for NBC’s newest 10PM drama Awake. But rest assured, this is not a show to sleep on. Hopefully NBC’s ratings dreams might come true with this one. Okay, I’m done for now. Seriously, from

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Posted in dreams, review, sleep, tv

once upon a time, there was a show called “once upon a time”

I’m slacking with the new shows of fall 2011, predicting who will last, what shows I’ll be watching, etc. I’m so late, there have already been a number of cancellations like Charlie’s Angels, The Playboy Club, Free Agents, How To

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“art & copy” film review and reflection

Netflix recently recommended this documentary to me based on what I’d assume my like of a string of documentaries I’ve watched recently, and probably my marathon of Mad Men, which is a recent favorite show added to my list of

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Posted in arts, commercial, movie, review, tv

“conan o’brien can’t stop” film review

I’ve always considered myself a Conan O’Brien fan, even though it took me a while to admit it. I mean way back when he hosted Late Night, and I found myself watching his goofy antics while I suffered from insomnia.

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  • 129. Steve McAvoy July 23, 2020
    Vilissa Thompson returns to discuss the heat among other things, like The Legend of Korra and Dissect podcast examining Beyonce's LEMONADE. Sterling is tormented by a coworker. And more stories about the bonus kid. The trio also pays tribute to the late great Congressman John Lewis. (Read the whole essay referenced here: https://www.cnn.com/2020/07/20/o […]
  • 128. pocket food July 8, 2020
    Kortney and Sterling mostly talk about Hamilton, again. What else did you expect? Also discussed is the new Unsolved Mysteries and the BHF: Phillip Reed. See this link to see the pics and read the story: https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1280497662752628743.html
  • 127. quarfessions June 25, 2020
    Sterling and Kortney re-introduce Nick from the Megasheen Podcast to revisit a favorite villain from (and an overall analysis of) the Hollywood classic Mildred Pierce. Before that deep dive, the crew ponders space ice cream (kinda) and then shares your quarantine confessions! Do you have a quarfession you'd like to make? Email indoobpod@gmail.com... or […]