As my dad would always say, "Fair? You want fair? Life isn't fair!"
Tim Minear just might be the king of the brilliant-show-cruelly-killed-before-its-time.
As an unabashed follower of Joss Whedon, I'm always perked and pleased to see members of his 'verse spreading out through the televised cosmos.
It's gotten better since its slow-ish start, and the most recent episode was pure and classic Sorkin magic.
The key to the best reality shows on television is suspense derived from a goal desperately desired by interesting, passionate, and talented people.
The Wire opens its fourth season, telling a Great American Story.
Just because the fellas are outside the prison walls, the breakin' doesn't necessarily have to end.
The boys hit the road for Vegas, so you know there's bound to be a good time had by all.
The ghosts of the past likely won't lie still for long.
Get inside and watch something good... on cable.
It wouldn't have been nearly as much fun without Paulie and Sil.
A barrel full of comic talent was left on the shelf tonight.
In mob culture, the big dog rules while the rest of the pack drools.
Great shows tend to hit their creative peak in Season Two.
"Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!"
School's back in session, kids. That's right, Boardroom School, taught by the Don himself.
No, not in the it's a crap wastoid lost culture soulless crunch of inevitable biosphere husked out cortex shutdown kind of way.
The Apprentice x2 - double the pleasure, double the fun