Okay, okay, I’ve been MIA because I wasn’t sure how to recap this one- I actually needed to go back and rewatch it, but I never did. So I became paralyzed by my own fear of getting it done. SO THE TITLE IS FITTING. Anyway, fuck it because I just want to get this one […]Read more "Season 3, Episode 6, “Nothing to Fear But Fear Itself”; or Hey I Really Fucked Up"
Let’s talk again about Coco, the elusive gay man who cooked Dorothy’s enchiladas. What happened to him? Did he quit? Did Blanche try to seduce him, and mad that a man rejects her, she stuffed him under the house? Did Rose literally bore him to death with stories about Herring and snow? So apparently they […]Read more "Season 3, Episode 5, “The Housekeeper”; or, Why Don’t They Just Bring Back Coco? Also, where’s Coco?"
Previously on the Golden Girls….. You are receiving a call from an animal at ….a farm in Minnesota…. What can happen to animals in an instant, especially when they live half across the country? How can we really tell what they are feeling? Especially if they are a nice animal, and everyone says so. I […]Read more "Season 3, Episode 3: “Bringing Up Baby” as reviewed by the Serial Podcast"
This was early in March. During the next three months there was much secret activity. Rose Nyland’s speech had given to the more intelligent animals on the farm a completely new outlook on life. They did not know when the Rebellion predicted by Rose would take place, they had no reason for thinking that it […]Read more "Season 3, Episode 2: “One For the Money” reviewed by George Orwell"
We’re at Season Three already. How time flies! Speaking of time, there’s time travel. Speaking of time travel, something also science-fictiony is alternate dimensions. I learned in the movie Coherence that different versions of reality can still, temporally and spatially, interchange (or interfere) with each other. That means at any given time, there are infinite […]Read more "Season 3, Episode 1: “Old Friends”, Or The One With the Alternate Dimension"
Well, it’s always nice to see tv writers tryout some new things. Sitcoms can start to feel stagnant, and it’s always nice to take a risk on some new developments. For writers, it’s a creative exercise that is necessary to continue to challenge themselves in the realm of creativity. And ultimately, television is the most […]Read more "Season 2, Episode 26; “Empty Nests” or An Abomination of Television"
When I arrived at Bayside High on that fateful day, before I got a boner for Kelly Kapowski, before I got a secret boner for Zack Morris, I had a story. A secret story. My cover was that I was a military brat, and no one questioned why my father was white. But it […]Read more "Season 2, Episode 21;”Dorothy’s Prized Pupil”, the Childhood Memoir of Alfred Clifford Slater"
If I knew more about the bible, I’d maybe be able to find a passage that mirrors the vignettes in this episodes. It seems as if it should teach us a lesson, like the three animals in Anti-Christ, a movie I love to bring up often in normal conversation. The episode revolves around cakes, and […]Read more "Season 2 Episode 25; “A Piece of Cake”, The Grump, The Fool & The Whore"
exists, and it’s called Out on the Lanai. I wish I had the ability to do a podcast, but I can’t find anyone who would do it with me. Sigh. Guess I am just a Frieda Claxton.Read more "A Golden Girls Podcast"
So yea when I got on the Miami beat I figured hey, how hard could it be, stopping robbers from taking little old ladies’ pocketbooks. [takes drag of cigar from side of mouth]. But then just my luck, bona-fide jewel thieves show up. There was only one way to get ‘em- and that meant makin’ […]Read more "Season 2, Episode 24: “To Catch a Neighbor” as reviewed by a gruff, seen-it-all before detective"