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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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“the blacklist” series premiere review

Title: The Blacklist When/Where: 10PM, NBC Original prediction: Appointment TV On 2nd thought: Appointment TV Monday night will prove itself to be a busy night for television thanks to the addition The Blacklist starring the brilliant James Spader, last seen creeping

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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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Posted in review, tv

the emmy nominations of 2011

It’s that time again. I don’t think I cared much for the Emmys a few years ago, but I’ve managed to start watching more TV as I get older and more immersed in the entertainment world where now I can’t help it.

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Posted in awards, Fringe, rant, tv

“no ordinary family” pilot review

Sorry, I couldn’t think of a snappy pun of a title for this post, and what’s worse is that I had a couple weeks to write it. I’m feeling pretty special that I was able to get an advanced screening

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“the event” and other events last night

Last night kicked off the beginning of premiere week for the new fall TV season. Technically, it started Sunday, but most were watching football or doing nothing at all. Many fan favorites returning from cliffhangers while some showed debuted for

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what i’ll watch this fall 2010

It’s time for fall, which means back to school, changing colors of the leaves, and bundling up your children (if applicable) before they go outside. It’s also time for TV show premieres! Some of them returning, some of them new,

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2010 emmy picks – drama

I snatched the following list from Entertainment Weekly because I wasn’t going to type out every single name and show when copy/paste works so much better. Anyway, since I can’t guess the Emmys as well as I can the Oscars,

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Posted in awards, tv

my (possible) 2010 fall schedule

The 2010 TV Fall schedules are out for the big networks. Here’s my Schedule. (Opens a PDF file.) One of many notes: I don’t watch that much TV. So this is tentative. I didn’t make a key, but the light

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what to do during no new tv show blues

It’s season finale season. The time of year when a lot of top favorite shows like to leave you at a wedding/death/twist cliff hanger to ensure your interest in the show so you’ll return in the fall. Or hope they

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Posted in babbling, DVD, hulu, tv

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    Neysha returns with her So Here's What Happened podcast co-host Carolyn to talk best movies, shows, and books they've watched this year. Later, what are the top streaming services do you use? Sheboygan news and Spookums Zone also makes returns with a quick reflection/review of Beyonce's "Black is King." Follow their podcast: https:// […]
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    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 […]
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    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