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Jan 15
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I first noticed Kim way back in Angel, where he was one of the lawyers for Wolfram & Hart, the literally demonic law firm. I wish I could remember who said it, but someone in a TV review once said (please make allowances for imperfect memory) he was so handsome, his face looked like it had been designed by a CAD Read more

Jan 14
2

Given the entire history of Trump’s business dealings, Roodles should have seen that one coming a mile away. (Maybe the hair was running into his eyes.)

Jan 13
2

I don’t agree, but the chapter about Hudson Hawk in With Nails justifies the purchase price of the entire book.

Jan 11
2

The episode about Amy Winehouse was where I checked out. I had been having trouble with the seemingly gleeful way he related violence against women, but presenting Winehouse’s dying thoughts as fact was a solid “No thank you to any of this” moment for me.

Jan 6
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The good news is that the Centers For Disease Control “says small rodents like squirrels are almost never found to have rabies Read more

Jan 6
1

I take it from the glowstick he’s waving around that this was one of those cringey Star Wars rip-offs.

Jan 5
5

I’m not what the kids call Extremely Online and only heard about Bean Dad yesterday. Roderick sounds like the kind of LOLbertarian dork who has a tattoo of Ayn Rand on his ass.

Dec 28
1

This. You can want to not shame someone for flashing their tits around while acknowledging it’s not really Vogue’s stock-in-trade. It’s fashion, not softcore porn. (And she’s past her sell-by date for that stuff, anyway.)

Dec 18
17

Apparently he stole a knife, which was NOT a prop knife, at some point, so I’d be scared of him, too.

Dec 18
2

I’ve never seen it, but your comment reminds me that Ugly Betty existed. Which yeah, went off the rails pretty fast, but it started out strong and, since it was based on an actual telenovela, had a lot of soap tropes (“troapes”?). And there’s also the argument to be made that Twin Peaks was a primetime soap opera, Read more

Dec 18
2

Fans of the original series will be familiar with the two families, and can likely expect Susan Lucci to reprise her role as Erica Kane, though nothing’s set in stone just yet. Read more

Dec 16
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Oooh, I didn’t know someone had written a book about Adam Neuman/WeWork. I tend to get really obsessed with imploded tech companies (ask me anything about Theranos because I’ve read everything ever published and seen all the documetaries and listened to all the podcasts), so I’ll add this to the list. Read more

Dec 14
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Most of the books I read are not new publications, although I do think I read more of them (new publications) this year than in the past. I don’t think that’s due to the pandemic—I work in the food supply chain and we never shut down—but more to reading more sites that have book reviews. I think my favorite fiction Read more

Dec 14
2

Charley Pride maybe (probably) getting exposed to Covid-19 at the CMAs is a tragically on-the-nose example of an artist loving an artform that doesn’t always love you back.

Dec 11
7

I literally gasped when he threw the detonator out of the window. I see what you did there, Nolan. You used my own unconscious bias to surprise me! What a great scene, made all the better by Lister being the one to do it.

Dec 8
1

Most YMCA pools close at 1:00 p.m., and sales clerks aren’t responsible for buying/stocking packaging materials for their stores or departments. This feels like that thing bad legacy comic strips do, where the creator will use it to complain about some petty personal gripe. Like Old Man Wilson from Dennis the Menace Read more

Dec 4
9

Isn’t her character in Black Panther a scientist? Ironic. Polls have shown Black community support for a vaccination is distressingly low—and you can hardly blame Black people for being skeptical that medicine has their best interests at heart, given the entire history of the USA and things like the Tuskegee syphilis Read more