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Links 1 through 10 of 23 by Brian Winters tagged television

Well lookee lookee, I've got me a new favorite blog; Justin Wolfe is Jacob Clifton but with no editor and all the filters shattered. (I thought what I wanted in a blog was Jacob Clifton with MORE filters and MORE editing but it turned out I was wrong)

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I, too, hate wicker. But there is nothing better on god's green earth than Lauren Graham and Kristen Bell having drinks on a lanai. Nothing, I tell you!

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"Adults filled in the rest of the cast, but it was only when Ryan locked Marissa's gaze that the show sparked to life." Clearly, this writer was watching a different show than I was. He also calls Seth a "sidekick"...wtfmate?

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"Lakshmi is married to noted writer Salman Rushdie" WTFISHCAKES? Actually I remember my dad used to like her...show...on the Food Network a few years back. I'm sure he was into it for the cuisine and technique.

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The article fails to mention how incredibly sucky and one-dimensional an actor Grace Park was at the beginning of Battlstar Galactica. She's really come into her own since then, though.

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Web designers should be as offended by the extreme ugliness of this website to the same extent that film directors are offended by pan-and-scan video transfers.

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Yeah, I already saw the one where the two pretty tan people realize they have nothing to talk about. Only it was "Hush" and it was Buffy & Riley and it was 400 times better than this.

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"As a genre, "child in peril" programming has supplanted the "woman in peril" film, the franchise with which Lifetime made its name 15 years ago, arguably supplying the tipping point of feminism's backlash."

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OK, actually not a particularly interesting post. But I love Mary Cherry.

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