The beloved OT was never meant to be seen as a great artistic achievement. Not until our collective nostalgic hive mind decided it had to be, anyway.
Like any American classic, it's borderline impossible to appreciate this on your own. You need a guide for a masterpiece this dense.
Close captioning has been an amazing innovation for those who need it, but an even better innovation for those of us who love unintentional comedy.
Very few fictional characters are pulled from thin air, because what's the point of having friends and family if you can't steal their essence and sell it to strangers for entertainment?
The cliches are evolving.
It's just plain weird to pretend that these abandoned, enslaved, psychologically tortured and abused children would all have enjoyed happy endings.
What happened to the good old days in Hollywood where the only people who got what's coming to them were the assholes?
Yo, does anyone know where I can find this?
Sometimes a cliffhanger is really an opportunity for reflection.
It's almost one o'clock in the morning. I'm ten movies deep into an 11-movie Wayans Brothers marathon that began at 7:15 a.m. the previous day. I'm tired. I'm angry.
You're allowed to keep a new character around for more than a couple of episodes. It's called