Tag Archive: TV

Kaley Cuoco is now officially a superstar

I know, I know: it’s really Kaley Cuoco-Sweetling. At this point, it doesn’t matter. She just signed a new three-year deal with Big Bang Theory – so did Johnny Galecki and Jim Parsons… Continue reading

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Courtney Lapresi and Cutter Brewer are just awful to watch on MasterChef Season 5

I’ve been watching a lot of Master Chef recently. I have no idea why. This morning, I woke up at 4:21am having to pee. I did that and couldn’t successfully go back to… Continue reading

Axelle Despiegelaere of Belgium just did “the honey shot” right

Sorry, Montell Jordan (dated reference, eh?), but this is how you do it: get put on camera at the World Cup and parlay that into a modeling contract with L’Oreal. It happened for Axelle Despiegelaere of… Continue reading

Amazon vs. Netflix is getting more and more interesting

Just learned this today: Amazon has an entire landing page for “not on Netflix.” A shot across the bow? Perhaps. It’s kind of interesting broadly, though: five-six years ago, you would maybe kinda view Amazon and… Continue reading

Do y’all think Julie Bowen was drunk on her episode of Hollywood Game Night? Quite possibly.

Go to around 2:40 on the above clip and judge for yourself; later in this same show, which I just discovered on Hulu yesterday, Jason Alexander refers to her as “high.” I honestly… Continue reading

Is it just me, or did Ted Chaough and Joan Holloway’s storylines feel kind of tacked on to Mad Men Season 7 (Part 1)?

Part 1 of the final season of Mad Men aired Sunday night, meaning we’ve got just about 7-8 episodes left next spring/summer. (They’re being filmed now-ish.) The first half of the final season was very… Continue reading

This Casey Wilson-Ken Marino “Marry Me” show looks like it’s going to be terrible

I had high hopes for this because it’s from part of the crew that did Happy Endings, which was probably the show aside from HIMYM that had the greatest chance of becoming “the new Friends,” but never… Continue reading

The future of politics (are you listening, Rand Paul?) could be addressable advertising

It seems like people have been discussing this idea of “what Big Data can really do” for years without tremendously tangible day-to-day results (possibly because of this and this). Still, it seems logical… Continue reading