Pepsi Halftime show and Lil Dicky’s Quartertime show Reviews

It’s the one and only… This show was so freaking great! Set design was stellar. The neighborhood was out for this show and the stage presented that. Really cool nod to Los Angeles urban culture throughout. Who doesn’t love Snoop Dogg. Not a single person. Martha Stewart gave him the stamp of approval for the white woman demographic. And who gives a shirt what some … Continue reading Pepsi Halftime show and Lil Dicky’s Quartertime show Reviews

My “Top 10 Super Bowl commercials” list unraveled into a reflection on the state of super bowl commercials.

This is ultimately a personal reflection. A personal reflection I am sharing with you. I can’t believe it. Nothing. Not a single commercial. Not a single one has any charm or value in my personal opinion and if you argue for one I’m not going to hear it. You’ve just forgotten how good they were at one time. Super Bowl commercials are done for. They … Continue reading My “Top 10 Super Bowl commercials” list unraveled into a reflection on the state of super bowl commercials.

“1883” Thoughts on episode 7, “Yellow Lightning Hair”

I fully expected this episode, being number 7 and all, to be a pretty tame filler episode. The start of this episode pointed towards this absolutely being the case. Boy, once it got going, this episode STAYED GOING! So I just want to post here weekly my thoughts following each episode of Paramount+ exclusive “1883” First major thought of this episode is Elsa needs to … Continue reading “1883” Thoughts on episode 7, “Yellow Lightning Hair”

Netflix’s “Murderville”, a weird and sometimes uncomfortable exercise in improv

I had no expectations going into this one. Based on the photos alone, I was in. I stan Will Arnett. “Flaked” on Netflix was cut at the knees far too soon. But, based on the photos and not seeing a single trailer I had assumed it was just a murder mystery sitcom. BBBBOOOOYYYYY was I wrong. What I thought was a typical formulaic sitcom was … Continue reading Netflix’s “Murderville”, a weird and sometimes uncomfortable exercise in improv