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Pop Culture Blind Spot: The Wire

Pop Culture Blind Spot: The Wire

Spenser Milo February 4, 2014 0

There’s a lot of entertainment to soak in nowadays. What with Netflix, online streaming, Spotify, Hulu, and On Demand options, the amount of new media one can delve into whenever they want to is

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The Age of the Anti-Hero is dead, so what’s next?

The Age of the Anti-Hero is dead, so what’s next?

Spenser Milo October 2, 2013 0

If you were somehow able to enter the Internet as if it was a very large mall and toss a stone in any direction, you would end up hitting some pop culture site claiming

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The final season of Mad Men will be split into two parts, 2014 and 2015

The final season of Mad Men will be split into two parts, 2014 and 2015

Spenser Milo September 17, 2013 0

Just like AMC’s own Breaking Bad was split into two parts for its final season, Mad Men is getting the same treatment. With fourteen episodes split into two years (seven and seven, for those

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James Gandolfini passes away at age 51

James Gandolfini passes away at age 51

Shannon Horte June 20, 2013 0

James Gandolfini, best known for playing Tony Soprano on HBO’s The Sopranos, passed away at the young age of 51. The actor was loved throughout Hollywood and well-known for his big heart and good intentions.

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Top 10 Thanksgiving Themed Episodes

Top 10 Thanksgiving Themed Episodes

Spenser Milo November 20, 2012 0

Ah, Thanksgiving. The time for giving thanks and for giving giving. Turkey is all around us, among other foods, but most importantly there’s always a TV with DirecTV (via DX3) on somewhere in the

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When We Think Too Much: TV Shows in Parallel Universes

When We Think Too Much: TV Shows in Parallel Universes

Spenser Milo August 16, 2012 0

Somewhere out there in some sort-of universe there are versions of our television shows that aren’t happening in our universe. Think Big Bang Theory without the laugh track, Seinfeld without Kramer, or House being about the patients. In this column

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The Line of Ambiguity

The Line of Ambiguity

Spenser Milo June 26, 2012 3

How far does ambiguity go in storytelling to where it’s not annoying for the audience? Well, in this day and age, that’s a very tough question. Today’s audiences want things spelled out to them,

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