Two consenting adults in the bedroom is an ‘LGBT issue.’ Parents pimping out their children for entertainment and political points is a disgusting league all its own.
Chris Harrison cozied up to the wrong people in the face of criticism, and they oh-so-predictably ruined him.
Longtime host Chris Harrison is officially exiting stage-left from Bachelor Nation, after cancel culture squeezed him out.
The recently-departed era of mass media produced a lot of garbage, but also created incentives for artists to tap into shared human experiences—occasionally producing something brilliant. ‘Friends’ fits that bill.
The lyrics of the ‘Blue’s Clues’ ‘Pride Month’ song, which appears to be sung by a cartoon drag queen, include the following: ‘Trans members of this family all love each other so proudly.’
An entitled search for self-gratification is what makes ‘Virgin River’ so forgettable, and the modern attitude toward romance so unfulfilling.
As a simple ode to friendship and local communities, ‘Sweet Magnolias’ is charming and refreshing at a time our community ties are deserving of attention.
Now streaming on Hulu, ‘Mike Tyson: The Knockout,’ shows how years of celebrity culture and personal drama took their toll on the famed boxer.
The controversy roiling Bravo’s ‘Real Housewives of Dallas’ reflects two of our country’s broader conflicts.
Documentary film ‘Street Gang’ reveals engaging parents with their kids was what made the classic show’s mix of educational goals and wild creativity work.
“Stop trying to inject it into every movie and TV show that you produce … Stop pretending that you’re even intellectually or morally qualified to talk about this stuff.”
Consumer watchdogs report that more and more extreme content is making its way into ‘kids’ channels. Technology alone cannot solve the complex problem of monitoring children’s media consumption.
It’s a paradox of sorts—the faithful seek a transcendent realm, but their deep communities are knitted together in physical space.
‘The Simpsons’ presented Apu as a multifaceted individual, and a dutiful husband, son, and brother trying to make it in America. That’s a good thing.
You didn’t solve racism, Hollywood. You effectively matchmade the first black bachelor and his prejudiced lover. Was destroying the franchise worth it?
Thinking he is dunking on Republicans in their opposition to vaccine passports, Jimmy Kimmel makes a contradictory argument in favor of it.
The term for people who lobby for Democrat policies in this clumsy of a manner is ‘Democrat activists in the propaganda field,’ certainly not reporters or journalists.
John Swartzwelder is a reclusive libertarian comedy writer. He isn’t just the funniest writer you’ve never heard of—he might just be the funniest writer ever.
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