Pink Christmas wastes no time at continuing and expanding on its universe and characters so effectively that this installment feels robust while leaving me wanting more.
Matt Groening Takes the Throne as a Legend of Animated TV Comedy
If you’ve been here before, you’re aware that I’ve struggled with depression and anxiety. Naturally, it rubs me the wrong way to see people making light of anxiety for the sake of jokes for likes on Twitter, because it undermines the real struggle I and many others have with anxiety that has at times been…
[Walter] loves getting to play Lucille, and in her own words, she’d keep doing it till the day the good Lord takes her if we let her- even in spite of Tambor. I hear that, I respect that, and it sucks that terrible/mediocre men get to benefit from it, but if Walter’s into it, as a woman with her own agency, then I won’t ignore art she’s glad to make for us.
On Portlandia and its incredible skewering of “performative liberalism” in America.
Holiday episodes for TV shows can always be a little schlocky, or stall character development for the sake of hitting the “beats” that are required for shows taking place on Christmas (someone has to learn the value of generosity or feel less alone thanks to a surrogate family, for example). Valentine’s day is subject to…
A look at the well worn Emotionally Detached Genius character archetype, and what necessary to make it work and keep it from being just another douchebag.
On my love of Riverdale and the importance of just enjoying what you enjoy, without apology.
Full review of Netflix’s The End of the F***ing World, not for everyone but still recommended.
Netflix keeps up a strong track record of accurately and empathetically representing depression with The End of the F***ing World (so far).