I built you a fall TV gallery, and what thanks will I get? Oh, that’s right, my fall will be ruined.

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Roseanne Barr is threatening us with another show because no one has learned a damned thing.

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That ‘Westworld’ finale was SO CONFUSING, you guys. Let’s see if we can sort it all out.

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In which Tina Fey breaks my heart into a million tiny pieces with an imaginary TV show that will never happen

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Donald Trump doesn’t need double talk, he needs Bob Loblaw.

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Chadwick Boseman’s ‘Saturday Night Live’ debut was thisclose to being a great episode. But then …

Saturday Night Live
Chadwick Boseman & Cardi B.
April 7, 2018

First, let me be clear, my complaints about Chadwick Boseman’s episode of Saturday Night Live have nothing to do with Chadwick Boseman. The handsome and charismatic star of Black Panther was funny and charming and, it turns out, does a remarkably good R. Kelly. And the truth is because there were several very strong sketches in this episode, including both commercial spoofs and another episode of “Black Jeopardy,” I’m going to remember this episode as being one of the strongest of the season. This, despite having possibly one of the worst-written sketches of the season, and several just very mediocre ones. The worst sketch of the night still wasn’t as bad as one where the alien had a butt for a face and a face for his butt, but it was a close second. Small blessings, I suppose.

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President Mike Teavee spent “Executive Time” attacking Alec Baldwin again because I guess his schedule is completely free of anything actually important to do

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