Category Archives: Television
Perhaps Both. Al Gore gives a speech on last night’s SNL, as though he’d become president in 2000. It would be funnier, if it weren’t also more than a little sad. Video and transcript below the fold.
The hubby and I watched the last episode of TransGeneration on Logo last night. As with Rene’s story a couple of weeks ago, I was deeply moved and fascinated by the parents who accepted, embraced, and supported their children through … Continue reading
Yup. The second installment of “Great GOP Moments in Black History” is up. Catch it at PoliticsTV.
See, this is exactly the kind of thing I was talking about before. I quoted Ann Coulter when I posted earlier about Chris Matthews. Now, Ann’s at it again with another prime example of what she, Matthews and others have … Continue reading
Several years ago, I was a regular Oprah viewer. I had my VCR (that should tell you how long ago) set to record her show every afternoon, and I’d watch it while having dinner after work. When I read elsewhere … Continue reading
“We have the media now.” ~ Ann Coulter Well, they do. And that’s the problem. I use this analogy probably more often than I should, but that’s because it’s one that resonates with many people. Remember the schoolyard bully? Every … Continue reading
I’ve written about this before, but yesterdayI experienced a moment of cultural schizophrenia so funny that I couldn’t pass up making note of it here. It started this morning when I scanned my newsfeeds and came across this CNN piece … Continue reading
Peacebang has posted an interesting observation about blogger Perez Hilton having “jumped the shark.” I understand where she’s coming from, but I think she’s a little off base. A week or so ago, he posted a photo of a fat … Continue reading
I got one comment about Noah’s Arc — the Logo network’s show about the lives of a group of black gay male friends — being in danger of cancellation. I haven’t found any concrete information about that, but it wouldn’t … Continue reading
There is brilliance, and then there is brilliance. And there there is — in a category unto itself — The Boondocks. If you did not see last night’s episode on the Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim, find someone who has it … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I watched her show — there was a time when I taped it every afternoon to watch when I got home from work — but I’ve always been a fan of Oprah’s. And, as far … Continue reading
Maybe I’m taking things way too seriously. Maybe I’m still seething over the news in the previous post. But last night even something like Bravo’s Queer Eye, is causing my blood pressure to rise and not in a good way. … Continue reading
My third appearance on DemsTV is up on their website, and I think the video podcast will be up on iTunes soon, if it’s not already. I’m on with Matt Stoller of BOPNews, and Garance Franke-Ruta of American Prospect. For … Continue reading
Taping another installment of DemsTV tonight. So, expect a quiet evening.