“Unfortunately, what you often end up with is one side representing a ludicrous, straw man position either out of the laziness of the author or as a result of the author clearly choosing a side and letting that choice dictate the direction the story takes.”
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Pirate’s Moon is the real deal; if you think you pwn at MechWarrior, then you have to play this.
“The third trade paperback for The Wicked + The Divine is out, and it’s for this trade that I will always recommend this series. This is because it contains an interactive plot twist that really messed with some fans heads.”
According to the impeccable journalists at TheOnion.com, all those pesky broads who whine about not getting quality jobs behind the camera in Hollywood ought to count their blessings: at least no one can blame them for The Blacklist.
Watch out, Chicago! NBC has ordered a pilot for a new installment in Dick Wolf’s “Chicago (Insert Occupation Here)” franchise. What Windy City workplace will be the next setting for the franchise? As always, Happy Nice Time People has some suggestions.
Our favorite mommy blog, the one and only Wonkette.com, reports that all seventeen mother hens at the self-named “One Million Moms” are cluck, cluck, clucking away about Olive Garden has aligned itself with Lucifer (the TV show) and therefore Lucifer (Lord of Lies).
Our friends at AgonyBooth.com attempt to silence the wails of Gene Roddenberry’s ghost by discovering where Andromeda went so horribly wrong.
It’s the fourth annual year end review from The Examined Life (of Gaming)! Sorry that it’s mostly just Fallout 4!
From the kind souls at io9.com, this recap of a notoriously awful Season 7 episode of The X-Files just might give you nightmares for all the wrong reasons.
DISH Network worth $22 billion, but could owe $24 billion in fines for being illegal telemarketing douchebags
From the delightful scamps at FunnyOrDie.com, here’s an inside look why it might not be fancy-pants streaming technology that destroys DISH Network but the plain ol’ landline telephone.
From the nice people at Cracked.com, here are five TV reunions that not only failed to recapture the magic but quickly descended into prostitution, slavery, and death.
From our friends at AgonyBooth.com, join Captain Kirk and crew for a terrifying tale of jihad in outer space as only the old Star Trek animated series could tell it.
Binge-watch this long-running teen show on Netflix this week, so you can embrace your inner whiny teenager, brush up on your use of clever hashtags, and, of course, practice your Canadian accent. Not a bad way to spend five hours, ey?
Fans today might be under the impression the historic Kirk-Uhura kiss resulted in boycotts, death threats, and mass hysteria, but the contemporary record tells a different story.
It’s been over 20 years since “Friends” went off the air and we are finally getting that reunion special we’ve been waiting for since the gang left Central Perk. Except, it’s not going to a real reunion episode. No one told us life was going to be this way…
Kate del Castillo, the mystery woman behind Sean Penn’s travesty of journalism is no mystery to her gazillions of fans, and she’s about to get even bigger.
Downton Abbey may be coming to an end, but Netflix has you covered with a new series about even snootier aristocrats. Let’s take a peek.
It’s time for the 73rd annual Golden Globe awards! Who will win? Who will lose? Who cares? We all know it’s the same ceremony year after year anyway.
2015 is over, so it’s time once again to take a look back at the most popular articles of the past year.
Sherlock is back and he’s having a special New Year’s Day event. You can watch two major movie stars having a great time in this period-set episode on your local PBS station or streaming OR you can pay a lot to see it at the movies 4 days later. What would Sherlock do?