I’ll address “Columbia” on the show that was formerly known as Sleepy Hollow with what are probably my final stream-of-consciousness ramblings on the series.
What I’ve been thinking about Mariah Carey’s New Year’s Eve debacle, The Bachelor, Sleepy Hollow and Emerald City.
The Room, a beloved 2003 cinematic celebration of incompetence and The Bachelor, a beloved decades-old celebration of hyperbole, fleeting fame and false hope are as different as chalk and cheese, but at their core, they’re both about a man and his future wife.
Here are some 2016 TV musings and shout-outs by and about our writers here at TVRD.
Detective Jeffries interrogates Alison Bailey and Noah Solloway about a mysterious death but they are the world’s two most unreliable narrators so everything is a puzzle. Jeffries is determined to solve the murder. Or is it an accident? Who died? Who was the culprit? What was the motive? Was it related to THE AFFAIR? Let’s go! — Elaine F.
Omar Little had a Du-Rag, and a duster. A man in a black duster always looks cooler. A woman in a black duster alway cooler. It’s the coat that identifies the character as a badass.
Why didn’t the script require him to take off his pants? It was a poor directorial decision. If you’re gonna get Taye Diggs to strip, be thorough.
Do not hold your applause for the end. Forget about saying “Bravo!” at the end. The performers love it when you jump up in the middle of an aria and holler your approval.