I LOVED Claudia. I loved that she was so artsy, I loved that she had snacks hidden everywhere. I WANTED floor boards so I could hide snacks. (I also was not allowed sugar). I loved mysteries and Nancy Drew, I felt that Claudia was the Asian me... I grew up in a predominantly white suburban middle class area and I…
What I liked about this season was how Brooke was given a juicy character arc, and was allowed to pay off on it without being cliched. Even when she wasn’t the center of the show, the things she did moved the plot along.
You know how sometimes after a while all it takes is one moment to really see a person? That’s what happened for me with Nash on When They See Us. Felt like opening my eyes for the first time. She’s pretty great.
I LOVE NIECY NASH SO MUCH. Reno 911 was the best and she was a revelation as Didi. Getting On was spectacular. The whole cast was a dream. I even miss Clean House in the Niecy era. I’m so happy to watch her continued success.
Those are some refreshing comments about directing. Usually when an actor gets to direct a show they’re on all you hear about is wonderful but banal platitudes. It’s rare to hear someone admit that TV directors have to sacrifice their creativity in order to fit in with the house style.
Great interview. She’s a national treasure.
She is one of my favorite actresses. I love her in Reno 911 (still miss that one) and just the subtly she brings to Getting On! Can’t wait to check out some of these other roles I might have missed!
I miss Reno 911.
Justice for verde sauce!
I LOVE LATRICE and seeing her in this series is so great. She’s also not wrong about the Verde sauce. All the sauces are good, but why would you get rid of the one unique one and just keep the 4 different levels of heat? Mild is just delicious. Medium and Hot are pointless—they’re not even that hot. Diablo is good and…
JUSTICE FOR DESUS AND MERO! THIS WILL NOT BE FORGOTTEN.
God damn. No D’arcy Carden for The Good Place? How can someone watch her (especially in the episode Janets) and not nominate her for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy.
Would’ve liked to have seen Aya Cash, Kristin Chenoweth and Wendi McClendon-Covey recognized for YOU’RE THE WORST, TRIAL AND ERROR and THE GOLDBERGS, respectively. Sigh. It’s a streaming/premium cable world we’re living in. Major free network shows & most basic cable/satellite just get dismissed outright by both Emmy…
Yes, Catherine O’Hara! Yes, Schitt’s Creek!
Imagine being a weird paternalistic creep to fucking Beyonce
Oh, I loved Persona: Map Of The Soul, too! NCT 127 just stuck to my bones a little more this time around, that’s all.
Self-governing is still very much a thing.
How about a spoiler warning AV Club, some of us are ... wait, how many seasons of the Voice are there? ... that many seasons behind.
To be honest - Ragnarok was the first Thor movie I actually enjoyed. The first was okay but felt kinda slight and just a setup to intro the character. The second, I can’t really remember any scene from. The third I actually enjoyed immensely.