*My favorite joke from the first two episodes of Amy Sedaris' new show At Home with Amy Sedaris. Out Magazine calls it a cross between Martha Stewart and Pee Wee's Playhouse which is a perfect description. I have no idea if any of her crafting/cooking ideas actually work (Amy's attempt to demo a baked potato boat... Continue Reading →
Oh Isaac. We'll miss you.
5. The President Show - Comedy Central, 2017 - Present I don't think I need to explain myself with this one. It will also explain almost every selection on my list. 4. Blackish - ABC, 2014 - 2017 There are two network shows on my list because despite what everyone says about cord-cutting and Netflix,... Continue Reading →
You guys. The cast of Family Matters reunited for Entertainment Weekly and I'm tearing up over here. My thoughts, in no particular order: Everyone looks amazing. I LOVE THOSE COLORS. This reminded me how much I love Reginald Val Johnson WALDO FALDO. I screamed. Richie! "Who is th-.... oh my god." Forgot Eddie existed, not going to... Continue Reading →
5. Riverdale - CW, 2017 - Present The newest one in the bunch! What a weird, wonderful show. The thing I think I appreciate about any teen show is when it's genuinely well done. Teenagers are, how do I put this lightly, teenagers are dumb- they're unformed adults and they usually have terrible taste; you... Continue Reading →
5. Burn Notice - USA, 2007 - 2013 Aziz Ansari once did a stand-up bit about his little cousin Harris who was obsessed with C-level cable fare, shows like Las Vegas and Burn Notice. For a while, Burn Notice was a running joke for what I like to call fancy TV watchers. As in, "do you actually know anyone who watches this... Continue Reading →
*exclusing The Simpsons 5. The Drinky Crow Show, Adult Swim/Cartoon Network 2007-2009 I don’t really even know how to describe this show. Created by Tony Millionaire (Andy Richter’s brother in law through marriage), based on his Maakies comic strip, this 13 minute show is one of a kind. A borderline suicidal crow navigates the sea... Continue Reading →
5. Bojack Horseman - Netflix Bojack is the show of my neurotic dreams, or maybe nightmares. Human/Horse Bojack is a washed up actor from a hit 90s sitcom (think John Stamos if he was sunk into a deep depression and alcoholism... so John Stamos as of 2 years ago) lives in a world that includes... Continue Reading →