Feelin’ TV: August 7-13

There’s an episode of Netflix’s new comedy Friends from College where Lisa (Cobie Smulders) tells her husband Ethan (Keegan-Michael Key) that they need to talk when she gets home from her business trip. Ethan knows, as everyone does, that when someone says you “need to talk” that it rarely means anything good. When someone tells…

Feelin’ TV: July 24-30

In the spring of 2002, a group of comic actors including hardworking character actor Paul Rudd, new Saturday Night Live cast member Amy Poehler and Hollywood newcomers Bradley Cooper and Elizabeth Banks, now all household names, got together with director David Wain to make the 80’s summer camp comedy spoof Wet Hot American Summer. The…

Feelin’ TV: July 24-30

Game of Thrones has burned through a season worth of material in three episodes. We’re used to our characters slowly moving from Point A to Point B. During season one, you could say that we learned just how long the journey from Winterfell to Kings Landing was right along with Arya and Sansa. This is…

Feelin’ TV: July 17-23

Season seven of Game of Thrones has been a lot of talking bookended by two scenes of pretty intense action. While I didn’t enjoy the action at the end of Sunday’s episode, I really enjoyed all of the talking. I don’t know how to describe why I didn’t enjoy the naval battle that ended the…

Feelin’ TV: July 10-16

Parks and Recreation is the greatest sitcom of all time. That’s not scientifically provable or anything, but I believe it with all my heart. I spent the last month watching the series all the way through for the sixth time. Even if you disagree with me about it being the best ever, I doubt you’ll…

Feelin’ TV: June 19-25

There’s a reason that only kids repeat the little rhyme, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” It’s because It’s complete garbage. While many have experienced physical pain, careless words are what often leave the most lasting scars. Through three seasons of Better Call Saul, we’ve watched as Jimmy…

Feelin’ TV: June 12-18

The 2nd season episode, “The Injury,” is a favorite of many fans of NBC’s The Office. The laughs produced as Jim and Michael accompany Dwight to the hospital to be checked and eventually treated for a concussion are some of the show’s best. Among the memorable moments crammed into the episode’s 22 minutes are Michael…

Feelin’ TV: June 5-11

I’m not sure what I was expecting when I started watching Better Call Saul. As a fan of Breaking Bad who very much enjoyed Bob Odenkirk’s portrayal of the slimy lawyer Saul Goodman, I was all in no matter what. I guess I was expecting something resembling a modern lawyer show, only funnier because the…

Feelin’ TV: May 29-June 4

Expiration dates can be a good thing. If cows didn’t gently whisper the use by date of their milk into the ears of dairy farmers, we’d regularly be pouring chunky liquid onto our Frosted Flakes. We’d never know when to throw out sour cream. We’d neglect to change the oil in our cars and destroy…

Feelin’ TV: May 22-28

Traditionally, Americans aren’t fond of waiting. As a group, we’re always looking for faster ways to do the things we need to do each day. In a country where everyone has an app for that, the one area where I don’t believe that this is always the case is in the world of the television…

Feelin’ TV: May 15-21

Let me lay this premise on you. What if 24 and West Wing had a baby and on that show, Jack Bauer was played by Maggie Q and President Bartlett was played by Jack Bauer? Does that sound like a show you’d like to watch? Of course it does! I was looking forward to checking out…

Feelin’ TV: May 15-21

Let me lay this premise on you. What if 24 and West Wing had a baby and on that show, Jack Bauer was played by Maggie Q and President Bartlett was played by Jack Bauer? Does that sound like a show you’d like to watch? Of course it does! I was looking forward to checking out…