2019 Year-End Reviews: Platonic Relationships

We celebrate the gifts that are our families and friends far too infrequently. There's a specific day set in calendars for couples, and Leslie Knope coined the perfection that is Galentine's Day (February 13), but even still, while it's progressive and amazing, it's just not enough. If a TV show or film doesn't have a... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Exquisite TV Moment

November 3-9 "Daisy" | Madam Secretary  Look at the gif above without crying, I dare you.  It's still hard to grasp that it's the final season of Madam Secretary, but so far, the series has been delivering one strong episode after another, give or take a few minute mishaps. The second we learned that Elizabeth McCord was President... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Exquisite TV Moment

January 6-12 "Separation Part II" | Madam Secretary With the perfectly heartfelt premiere of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and The Good Place’s incredible return episode, TV’s a delightful place again that has me grinning from ear to ear. Last week’s show of choice, Outlander showed us the ramifications of Jamie’s actions and Brianna’s frustrations leaving us with another... Continue Reading →

2017 Year-End Reviews: 10 Characters

A great story is easily driven by its complex, compelling, remarkably exquisite characters. Whether they're heroes or villains or somewhere in between the spectrum, it's their stories that make the series riveting -- their journey, their life, their interactions. They are the reason a series is special. They are the heart. And while there are... Continue Reading →

#100DaysofFanFavorites | Day 58

25 Inimitable Men 8/25  Henry McCord (Madam Secretary) The man beside the woman -- the theology professor, NSA operative, former Marine Corps Captain and pilot, but most importantly, a father and husband noble in ways not many in the world are. Henry McCord is, in every sense of the word, a hero. The kind of hero... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Exquisite TV Moment

April 23-29 "Global Relief" | Madam Secretary It's been another great week of television as Once Upon A Time kicked off  with a phenomenal, character driven episode. When Calls the Heart wrapped up its fourth season with a sweet ending. The Americans messed with our emotions. Prison Break reunited the brothers in a tear-jerker scene. Brooklyn Nine Nine gave us the status of the precinct in what... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Exquisite TV Moment

April 9-15 "Good Bones" | Madam Secretary TV took a mini hiatus this week (or so it seems), but what we did see surprised us with a lot of fantastic moments. Once Upon A Time gave us a glimpse into Gideon's past. When Calls the Heart delivered a letter we were impatiently waiting for. The Americans broke us with Gabriel's character. Brooklyn Nine... Continue Reading →

2016 Year-End Reviews: 16 Characters

There's no feeling quite as indescribable as finding a fictional character to care deeply for. A character who we perhaps see ourselves in or a character who's just so well written, it's difficult to turn the other cheek. There are a number of fantastic TV characters -- whether heroes or villains or somewhere in between,... Continue Reading →

#100DaysofFanFavorites | Day 41

25 Nearest and Dearest 10/25 The McCord Family (Madam Secretary) Infinitely grateful to have Madam Secretary recommended to me by my dear friend Caitlin last winter because it’s the gift that keeps on giving. For those who’ve been keeping up with #100DaysofFanFavorites, it’s clear at this point that I’m the biggest fan of families. And the best, most... Continue Reading →

Spring ’16 Finale Roundup: Week Two

| April 24 - May 15 | We’ll be diverting a bit from our usual finale roundup structure to dedicate the entire compilation of categories to CBS’ Madam Secretary -- the season finale that has so far been my favorite. “Vartius” dealt with three significantly intricate matters with a kind of grace very few shows... Continue Reading →

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