Now that you’ve learned the meaning of life from the Dalai Lama three times over, it’s time to be introduced to the best comedy on network television: NBC’s “Community.”
Put away your Bowflex – the fall comedies have returned and are ready to give your abdominals a workout.
This fall, the augmentation of television’s reputation for excellence and profitability has mixed implications. This fall’s new offerings are nowhere near as strong as last year’s, but they’ll whet your appetite – and work in favor of new cable shows slated for later in the year.
One of the more annoying byproducts of the current incarnation of hipsterism is the need to classify every social interaction into moments, especially epic ones…
The disregard with which the writers of this show throw couples together in one-night-stands directly contradicts the protracted artifice of courtship and trial-and-error established in the first season.
A few hours of “Skins” and “Secret Diary of a Call Girl” later, I had to ask myself: why is British TV so freaking awesome?
I present to you the resolutions that will guide my TV consumption in the New Year
Welcome, freshmen, to Dead Week. Your friends from other universities may have told you about an incredible week where they have literally nothing to do but study for their finals. As of this week, those people are no longer your friends. They aren’t liars, but they may as well be, because Dead Week is anything…