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  • George, Elaine, Kramer and Jerry in Jerry's car with a Seinfeld logo on the screen in "The Puerto Rican Day"

    Why “The Puerto Rican Day” Is the Series Finale Seinfeld Deserved

    “I have got to unwind.” So says Elaine Benes in the penultimate episode of the iconic sitcom Seinfeld. “The Puerto Rican Day” is one of the most polarizing episodes of Seinfeld and one that caused some real-life controversy due to the character of Kramer burning a Puerto Rican flag (accidentally). Overall viewed as one of […] More

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    Don’t Bother Running: Fallout S1E1 Review — “The End”

    The following review contains some spoilers for Fallout S1E1, “The End” (written by Geneva Robertson-Dworet & Graham Wagner and directed by Jonathan Nolan) If the mushroom cloud is bigger than your thumb, don’t bother running, cowboy Cooper Howard (Walton Goggins) tells his daughter at a kid’s birthday party, seconds before a nuclear bomb rips apart […] More

  • The words "Jericho" in static font on a black background

    Enter the Fallout with the Cult Classic Jericho

    We have all seen The Walking Dead, 24 and Andy Griffith, but what if there was a show that combined the post-apocalyptic wasteland of America found in The Walking Dead with the high intrigue of 24 but also the small town America found in Andy Griffith? Well, Jericho may be the show for you! Ever since […] More

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    It Was 1980-Something: Flashing Back with The Goldbergs

    Sitcoms are a dime a dozen. It seems like every year we get a few more on the TV schedule. Every one of them is trying to be the next Cheers, Frasier, or Seinfeld, yet many fail to ever reach a second season. However, occasionally, a sitcom comes along that is something special—it may not […] More

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    Laughing Along With Star Trek’s Lower Decks

    Editor’s Note: This piece on Star Trek: Lower Decks was written during the 2023 WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. Without the labor of the writers and actors currently on strike, the series being covered here wouldn’t exist. In the last few years, we have seen a major resurgence of the Star Trek brand on TV. Once […] More

  • A blackbackground with the words The Lincoln Lawyer, a map of LA is seen in the letters

    Riding Along with Netflix’s The Lincoln Lawyer

    Editor’s Note: This piece on The Lincoln Lawyer was written during the 2023 WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. Without the labor of the writers and actors currently on strike, the series being covered here wouldn’t exist. Legal thrillers have been around for almost as long as TV has; however, they really burst onto the scene and […] More

  • A man runs in a dark leather jacket and pants behind him is a yellow wall with the words Rabbithold

    Down the Rabbit/Hole with Kiefer Sutherland’s New Show on Paramount+

    I have always been a fan of thrillers and the subgenre of paranoid conspiracy thrillers. It’s a particular favorite of mine. If you are unfamiliar with this genre, it’s films or TV shows that feature an individual who is faced with insurmountable odds and who is being hunted by dark forces after they unwittingly become […] More

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    Bosch Legacy S1E1 — Legacy Matters in “The Wrong Side of Goodbye”

    The following contains spoilers for Bosch: Legacy S1E1, “The Wrong Side of Goodbye” (written by Eric Ellis Overmyer & Michael Connelly and directed by Zetna Fuentes) Oh my my times are changing So goes the song “Times Are Changing” by Built by Titan, Skybourne playing over the stylish new credits for the into to Bosch: […] More

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    The Morality of Conflict: Halo S1E1, “Contact”

    The following contains spoilers for Halo S1E1, “Contact” (written by Kyle Killen & Steven Kane and directed by Otto Bathurst) As the theme song from Star Trek: Enterprise says, “It’s been a long road, getting from there to here,” and the journey for Halo from video game to the screen has been a long one […] More

  • Jesus stands out of focus as Mary looks ahead with her back turned to him

    You Are Mine: What The Chosen Says About Value and Power

    The Chosen is the world’s first multi-season television program based on the life of Christ. It is also the largest crowdfunded project of all time. The Chosen tells the story of the last three years of Jesus Christ’s life from the perspective of those who knew him best: his disciples and their families. In The […] More

  • Reacher in a button down tshirt sitting down holding up a broken ziptie handcuff in Reacher Season 1

    Reacher Season 1: Some Stay Close to the Flame and Some Wander

    Reacher is a southern noir thriller created by Nick Santora, based on the best-selling Jack Reacher novels by Lee Child, and brought to life by Amazon Studios. The following contains spoilers for Reacher Season 1 All my life I’ve been a travelin’ man All my life I’ve been a travelin’ man Stayin’ alone and doin’ […] More

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