Today's favorite television program may be tomorrow's barely-watchable pile of crap. Why?
Creed Bratton's three act Tell Me About It is an audio autobiography with a variety of musical styles and approaches.
American networks air almost no foreign television programs, even though viewers around the world watch our stuff.
Television likes to reuse ideas, which can be good and bad, depending on how it's handled.
Arranging the notes of a new perfume is similar to arranging the musical notes when writing a symphony.
An abysmal missed opportunity for the show that was once the funniest on network TV.
In which I describe why Michael Scott being racist isn't that funny but Michael Scott being stupid is.
In which I tell you that "Count Choculitis" is a real disease. Yeah, it's bad.
Why the pilot episode of the American The Office is better than the original British version.
Mindy Kaling of The Office imparts some insight in her book of essays on her life