Goodbye Callie Adams Foster
I understood Callie and seeing even the tiniest piece of me in her story, I couldn’t help but keep watching her until the end of “The Fosters,” and then onto “Good Trouble,” because I wasn’t ready to let go. Hers and mine are not the same story but I know it represents a lot of teenagers who are facing a brokenness they already feel is so inescapable in their young lives.
Derry Girls reminds us to continue living, amidst an insane world
It highlights the idea that while history is being made, mundane things are happening. In history books, these moments could be described as earth-shattering and groundbreaking, but in reality, life keeps on being lived as it was.
‘Daria’ is better than Daria would give it credit for
And while “Daria” initially follows the “Beavis and Butthead” formula of one-off satirical comedy pieces, it soon develops its own voice, giving itself more space to ponder exactly what it’s trying to say.
‘Desus and Mero’ challenges the current state of Emmy nominations
How in the world did Showtime’s “Desus and Mero” not get nominated in the Variety Talk Series category?
“Beavis and Butthead” is a lot deeper than you think
Beavis and Butthead’s antics are so ridiculous that it’s easy to look down upon them — but don’t they represent a flaw that is inherent to us all?