Seinfeld Finale

Jack Lund For my fourth and final blog I am going to discuss the Finale episode of Seinfeld. “The Finale” is the two part series finale of the classic American sitcom. They are the 179th and 180th episodes of the show and the 23 and 24th episodes of the ninth season. It aired on NBC […]

Law & Order’s Unnoticed Positive Impact

By: Zack Lander I honestly sat here blankly staring at my computer and sifting through sites and looking at Netflix. I’ve been trying to find something that not only I find interesting, but others will find interesting to read as well. I talked with my mom and she jokingly mentioned how much I watch ‘Law […]

The “True Philosophy” of “Westworld”

By Chris Towles Previously in my blog I discussed the philosophy of the character Rustin Cohle from the show “True Detective”, and examined the transformation of both Detective Cohle and his view of the world throughout the first season of the series. While Cohle ultimately loses his dismal outlook by the season finale, much of […]

“Rick and Morty:” A Universal, Multiversal Anomaly

By: Ian McNeice On December 2nd, 2013 viewers were confused and amazed by the animated science fiction sitcom, “Rick and Morty.” To briefly describe the premise of the show, a brilliant yet extremely ill mannered scientist named Rick Sanchez takes his grandson, a timid and fidgety young boy named Morty, on wild adventures using his […]

Why You Should Watch “Derek”

By: Joel DiMambro When hearing the name Ricky Gervais, many people will associate him with the original version of “The Office” which aired in England, before being picked up and altered to the show we all know and love still today. But when my mom introduced me to a show she heard about from her […]