All posts by "Clarence Moye"

Clarence firmly believes there is no such thing as too much TV or film in one's life. He welcomes comments, criticisms, and condemnations on Twitter or on the web site. Just don't expect him to like you for it.

I hate nothing more than a television show that peters out in its season finale. There is some unwritten theory that some showrunners seem to follow where the major plotlines/story ...

Saturday Night Live kicked off its 40th year the right way by opening with host Chris Pratt. A comic actor previously best known for his inspired lunacy on Parks and ...

This will not be a standard recap of last night’s The Knick. Sometimes, an episode of a television show is so well executed that no words can do it justice, ...

Black-ish premiered tonight with a heavy set of expectations on it. In a nearly all-white television sitcom environment, the show, starring Anthony Anderson and Laurence Fishburne, was announced over a ...

CBS’s expensive-looking new show, Scorpion, is a bad show. A very, very, very bad show. The kind of bad show where the pilot episode’s climax occurs as a airplane and ...

Masters of Sex reached its penultimate episode, “One for the Money, Two for the Show,” and focused much of the content on the attempts by a CBS documentary team to ...

There is a deep irony running through ABC’s Forever. The show, a crime drama centering on a man who cannot die, already feels familiar and repetitive. That’s not because of ...

On any thrill ride, there’s always a moment where the ride pauses, allowing the passengers to experience the moment. To take in the surroundings, appreciate what came before, and anticipate ...

I’m not a religious person by nurture or by nature, but for a Masters of Sex episode to reference “the greatest sin…” Well… That must be quite the sin. Clear ...

It’s incredibly frustrating when a once-great television show seems to stumble along the way. Last week, The Knick took a step back from its series forward momentum and spent the ...

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