Rose’s Swedish cousin is visiting, because he is getting married to some his parents set him up with. Once again, it’s a merry-go-round of bedrooms. Have any of these ladies heard of making their guests sleep on the couch? Speaking of sleeping, and bedroom, what do you make of Teresa Halback’s RAV4 key found in […]Read more "Season 3, Episode 9: “A Visit From Little Sven” by someone who just binge-watched ‘Making a Murderer’"
How are we supposed to feel about Stan Zbornak? Is he a lovable goof? A soul mate for Dorothy, and this is a will-they-won’t-they as heated as Sam and Diane? (Yes, I know they get back together briefly, later.) Here is what Stan’s got going for him. He’s tall. (Obviously they cast someone taller that […]Read more "Season 3, Episode 8: ‘Brotherly Love’ or the deal with Stan, what is it?"
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"
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"
Growing up, I imagined my daughter Kate as a TEENAGER FROM MARS. I mean, my time as a teenager was so different. I never understood her need to hang out at the record store or all the time she and her friends wanted to talk on the phone. Then she comes along one day to […]Read more "Season 2, Episode 23; “Son-In-Law Dearest” as Told By Titles of Misfits Songs"
So, really, what is wrong with Rose? Like, really wrong? Did she have a split in reality after Charlie died? Early onset of Alzheimer’s? Because, let’s face it, no one could live with that much crazy. This time, she is chick-sitting for a neighbor’s show chicken, who plays the piano. Yes, you read that right. […]Read more "Season 2, Episode 19: “Long Day’s Journey Into Marinara”"
Sophia, this eldest daughter, whose advice was so effectual, possessed a strength of understanding, and coolness of judgment, which qualified her, though only nineteen, to be the counsellor of her mother, and enabled her frequently to counteract, to the advantage of them all, that eagerness of mind in Blanche Devereux which must generally have led […]Read more "Season 2, Episode 12: “The Sisters”, as Reviewed By Jane Austen"
This guy’s name is Michael Zbornak. The year he turned 29, he made 4900 dollars, which really pissed him off because it was three shy of a hundred dollars a week .He rents one home in the East Village which he shares with four other grown men. He plays jazz gigs for $50 bucks a […]Read more "Season 2, Episode 7: “Family Affair” as Reviewed By Jordan Belfort"
Let’s just get this out of the way, this episode was just filler based around a scene where they all since about Miami. It’s a catchy diddy, music by Rose and lyrics by Blanche. Blanche used to write poetry in high school, because she was tall and therefore fucking disgusting. Miami is nice / So […]Read more "Season 2, Episode 6, “Big Daddy’s Little Lady”, As Reviewed By Me"
Blanche is all excited to see her father, who she calls Big Daddy. She misses The South, which to her, seems like, To Sophia, The South seems like, Blanche dresses in her Sweet Sixteen outfit for Big Daddy, and Big Daddy checks out her rack. Yea, it’s weird. Like a incestuous Gone With the Wind. […]Read more "Season 1, Episode 24: “Big Daddy”, as Reviewed By Buzzfeed"