The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards were held on a Monday and a month earlier this year to accommodate both the VMAs and NFL season. But it’s okay, you’ve seen this show before. No, really. Seth Meyers gave a fantastic monologue but beyond that it was pretty much a lot of the same as last year and the year before. I was so bored that I couldn’t even muster up annoyance at the fact that the President of TV (as Stephen Colbert called him) literally put Sofia Vergara onto a rotating pedestal so that people would have something to look at while he spoke. Continue reading “66th Primetime Emmys: Water Cooler Edition – Sofia Vergara Rotating on a Pedestal”
Whether or not you’ve seen it already a copy of Sherlock should be in your library. It’s a wonderfully written series updating the adventures of Sherlock Holmes to the modern day. There have been two series of three episodes each so far and since there’s a third in production slated to premiere in the new year now is the perfect time to catch up or rewatch.
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The Sherlock panel at ComicCon happened yesterday and by all accounts it was quite a bit of fun if light on the news. The highlight may be this video that stars Martin Freeman and Benedict Cumberbatch sent in to greet the attendees (they are off filming in New Zealand and couldn’t attend in person).
We crank it up to eleven this week as we discuss The Ides of March and its star Ryan Gosling, The Greatest Movie Ever Sold and its star Morgan Spurlock, and the series finalé of Sherlock and its stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman.
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Our tenth episode! This week talk a bit more about The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Simon’s year of Living Gamelessly, The latest episode of the BBCs Sherlock “The Hounds of Baskerville” and the series as a whole, and how we haven’t really played anything new, and how children are quite possibly the most effective distribution method for disease.
We’re back with another episode. A bit late, but we had a lot to cover this week! We’re talking about Sherlock Holmes, Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Shame, and Simon embarking on The Year of Living Gamelessly.