T5F: Underrated Performances

Regina King and Carrie Coons' performances on The Leftovers got us thinking about other criminally underrated performances. 5. Michael Cera as George Michael (Arrested Development) Sometimes, I like to imagine what it was like casting Michael Cera for this show. It had to be a no-brainer, right? "Oh. This is the kid. This is the kid."  He's so... Continue Reading →

Top Five Fridays: Crossover Madness

by Judi Oh, the CROSSOVER. Jack Doneghy, I'm sure, loves the concept of the TV crossover being such a fan of things like "synergy" and "product integration", "pro-menz" (that's "positive mention" to you, little buddy) and "making lots of money." After all, what better way to get your TV loving public to excitedly clap their... Continue Reading →

Top Five Fridays: TV Weddings Continued

by Judi 5. Happy Days- Joanie Marries Chachi in "Passages (2)" (1984) I, like many other children of the '80s, was far too invested in the relationship of Joanie and Chachi. This wasn't really my fault, though, and I'll tell you why (of course I'll tell you why.) Happy Days ran for so long that... Continue Reading →

Must See TV 2.0

Why NBC, you've done it again! I had lost all hope in you when your Thursday night lineup slummed to Joey, Will & Grace, The Apprentice and ER. It was like, just because Friends and Seinfeld had played out, you didn't have to give up completely, but you did. I believe it was your shit Thursday that singlehandedly took your... Continue Reading →

Crisis Averted

Perhaps I've mentioned it before, perhaps everyday, but I like to watch The Golden Girls each night from 1 am to 2:30 am on the Lifetime network. It's the perfect wind down from an otherwise turbulent day of searching for something great to watch on television. I've also gotten myself into the habit of watching... Continue Reading →

In Defense of Lilith

I'll admit it. It's been years but the decision to split up Cheers' Frasier and Lilith still makes me scratch my head. I guess some people would say it's a no brainer that eventually warm, caring, perpetually misguided Frasier Crane would eventually come to his senses, ditch the icicle at his side and move to... Continue Reading →

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