Both Becky's are at the table, you guys.
CBS, the network determined to champion the values back from when America was "great." ie real Americans ie "if you're over 70 and voted for Trump, we're here for you! At least until you all die and then we are royally fucked!" ie none of our new shows starred a female protagonist this year oops,... Continue Reading →
5. Ten Days in the Valley ABC Premiers 10/8/2017 Okay, so I haven’t seen this show yet, but I’m really excited about it. I like Kyra Sedgwick and I LOVE (don’t judge me) mystery novels with female leads who have no business investigating a murder or missing person, but go rogue and do it anyway,... Continue Reading →
5. Star Trek: Discovery I’ve made no secret here about my love of Trek, so I’m pretty excited about this new venture. What I can say after watching the first two episodes is that it’s…not too bad so far. That may sound like faint praise, but my favorite Trek series, The Next Generation, started off... Continue Reading →
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 →
I think it might be! (Joey Tribiani voice) ‘Friends,’ the Sitcom That’s Still a Hit in Major League Baseball - New York Times When he returns home from the stadium, Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Freddy Galvis often gets into bed and watches reruns of “Friends.” Even though Galvis, 27, is from Venezuela and grasped English late in... Continue Reading →
Various thoughts and musings: When Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda went off on Trump and Dolly Parton squirmed uncomfortably between them, I hid underneath my couch and have yet to emerge. Can't decide if I love it or hate it- Jessica Biel's retro look: Positive that I hate it: Sarah Paulson's puffed sleeves nightmarescape. Why... Continue Reading →