2016 Entertainment in Top 5 List Form

I heard you like lists? It’s the very last day of 2016, which means I have a moral obligation to dust off the old blog and create a list.


Jimmy Kimmel, YouTube and Straight Punching

Last Friday, Jimmy Kimmel on Jimmy Kimmel Live decided to do a segment on YouTube Gaming, the brand new game streaming service by YouTube meant to compete with Twitch.


James Spader’s Alan Shore was fragmented and poorly written. And I loved it.

The eighth and final season of The Practice is the type of season all TV shows fear: retooling. The actors in them know death is imminent.


Gravity Falls: A Tale of Two Stans

This episode was a brilliant trip through the past, present and future of Gravity Falls.


True Detective Season Two: The First Four

I was first thinking about doing an episode by episode review of True Detective upon completing the first episode review. It seemed to make sense and what a lot were doing.


True Detective S02E01: The Western Book of the Dead

You ever watch something and know it’s absolutely awful thematically, tonally and morally but you still enjoy it? I’m not talking to the extent of Birth of a Nation, a horrible fil


Gravity Falls exceeds your 90s cartoon nostalgia

Spoiler free I promise! With a 1985 birth, I’m a child of 90s animation.


Patton Oswalt: Outrage against the Machine

My fellow progressives and liberals: In 2015, how ’bout way less outrage & “I can’t even” and WAY more laughing & counter-punching? — Patton Oswalt

Ben Affleck and Bill Maher, Sam Harris

Old Testament Atheism and the debate between Ben Affleck and Bill Maher

Being North American (Canadian), my experience is limited to who experiences more prevalent to what is common with western culture.

Masters of Sex, Michael Sheen

Masters of Sex: Don’t forgive me.

Last week’s episode of Masters of Sex didn’t get a great reaction from everyone who reviews the Showtime series, but for me it was one of the most captivating episodes of any telev