How To Make Things Even More Awesome

by Judi Oh, gee I don't know. How about throw in a not-at-all scary gang (who apparently drink out of brown paper bags. Or were they just very angry hobos?) and settle it with AN AWESOME GYMNASTICS FIGHT? I haven't done this much delighted giggling (with a slight tinge of horror and embarrassment for all... Continue Reading →

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Character Spotlight: Liz Lemon

by Judi Show: 30 Rock Character: Liz Lemon Actor: Tina Fey Basically: The intrepid Liz Lemon, introduced perkily in the 30 Rock pilot as this generation's That Girl, is the creator and head writer of Friday night sketch show TGS with Tracy Jordan, formally The Girlie Show starring her longtime friend Jenna Maroney. As the... Continue Reading →

Yes- No- Yes: A Sampling of Summer

by Judi Yes: The Philanthropist Ok, NBC. You got me for now. Though I had my doubts on what this preachy rich-man-feels-guilty-gives-back drama was really going to give me, I was pleasantly surprised. Though far down on the list of the Best Pilots ever (not even on the list, in fact), this show is promising.... Continue Reading →

The Philanthropist

by Judi Thanks a lot, NBC, for providing me with a promising new show with a name that I have to spell-check twenty-seven times. I'll confess that I'm mainly checking out this drama at 10/9C (given a surprisingly positive review from Entertainment Weekly) because Neve Campbell is in it and I have a bizarre sentimental... Continue Reading →

Character Spotlight: Lindsay Bluth Funke

by Beal Show:  Arrested Development Character: Lindsay Bluth Funke Actress: Portia de Rossi Basically: Initially we believe Lindsay to be Michael Bluth's twin sister (we find out in season three that she's not only adopted, but three years older than Michael--making her 40--and that she was adopted only to spite the Bluth's business rival, Stan Sitwell). To describe... Continue Reading →

People Seriously Need to Stop Dying

by Judi I think one of the reasons I can't get into American Idol is because my heart will always belong to Star Search. Way back in the day (and by day, I mean the 1980s), there wasn't a better way to end Saturday morning's quality programming than with a little Star Search action. Little... Continue Reading →

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