Category Archives: TV

September 04

5 Fandom Friday: Fandom Deaths I Just Can’t Even

By: Meg Humphrey Intense emotional investment in fictional characters is nothing new for those deep in fandom. A little piece of us goes with every character that was important to us and we mourn them as we would a flesh and blood friend. These are the deaths that my heart will never heal from. Dr. […]

September 02

Anime Attack: Sukitte Ii Na Yo

By: Meg Humphrey If you’re home sick from work on a Monday and/or are in the mood to have some feelings about a silly romance anime, Sukitte Ii na yo, or Say “I Love You” is the perfect medicine. The show is only 13 episodes long so if you’re dedicated, have nothing to do, or […]

December 31

To the Beautiful You: a drama/manga Comparison

By: Meg Humphrey   The 2012 Korean drama To the Beautiful You is based on the famous, classic manga Hanazakari no Kimitachi he (“For You in Full Blossom”) or Hanakimi for short.  They tell a story of a girl (Korean and Japanese respectively) living in America who sees a high jumper compete. She’s so inspired […]

September 15

Sesame Street: Still Rocking It

By: TCO Last week I posted/shared three different Sesame Street skits. Oh, and my intended audience for these shares? Adults. They were too adorable-how could I not?! Although 45 years old, Sesame Street is still proving to be a trusted source for parents to entertain and teach our youth, while also entertaining a demographic much […]

August 13

Honoring Robin Williams

By: Terra Clarke Olsen Two days ago, the world lost a bright light. Robin William’s death stunned the world, and many people, myself included, had the same reaction: “No. No, this can’t be real. It’s a fake report….it has to be….”  But then more and more news sources started reporting it, and the reality and […]

August 06

Vicious and Vulgar: A New Sherlock Play

By: Leah Zoller *Contains minor spoilers for Vicious and Vulgar; links contain spoilers for season 3 of BBC Sherlock. BBC Sherlock recently announced the filming dates for its fourth season, with a Christmas special to be filmed in January 2015. The long hiatuses are both a curse and a blessing that in some ways defines […]

July 11

Job Hunters: A Kickstarter Success Ready for Your Viewing Pleasure

By: Terra Clarke Olsen As many of you know, I’m a big fan of Kickstarter. I love the crowdfunding process and the projects/products that come to fruition because of the generosity of like-minded people. So it’s always exciting to come across success stories, even if I wasn’t “in the know” early on. Job Hunters, a […]