ACCORDING TO ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, THE SEASON FINALE OF HANNIBAL IS REALLY GOOD
NOT SURE WHAT THAT MEANS FOR THE FANDOM
BOTH EXCITED AND NERVOUS...
I was flipping through an April issue of Entertainment Weekly and saw Orphan Black listed on the must list: the top 10 things we love this week. Its...
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“Whitney is taped in front of a live studio audience,” said Whitney Cummings at the start of Wednesday night’s second-season premiere of Whitney, apparently in an effort to prove that, yes, there really are human beings that laugh at Whitney.”
“They must douse these things in Eau d’Oreo Corn de Sucre Candi — these suckers positively stink of candy corn.”
“If you’re going to spend time on TV, Mr. President — and Mr. Romney — do us all a favor and skip Whoopi and The Daily Show and Jay and Dave and the Jimmys and all the celebrity news anchors on the networks. Just speak to us directly, or engage in debates that are real debates which will allow for considered thought and direct questioning of your opponent’s positions.”
“Wallowing in cliche, alas, is ‘Franklin & Bash,’ which among other things only emphasizes how much trouble TNT has with its programming flow. And by “other things” I mean: Boy, is this show stupid and insulting, to anyone watching and anyone on-camera having to act out its fantasies.”
Sheen’s father, Martin, has had a long past with the Catholic Church and in particular a friendship with Dorothy Day, a self-proclaimed religious anarchist in the service of peace. We cannot know the pain that Charlie Sheen’s father and the rest of his family are going through right now with Charlie, who has chosen an anarchy of another sort: a radical alienation from the culture immediately around him.
My sense is that Charlie Sheen isn’t fully himself right now; to say he’s in denial is putting it in a way he’d object to, well, violently. But rather than reduce him to this week’s joke or demon, a decent alternative might be to try looking at him as someone who requires some compassion.”