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Because Sometimes An Unhealthy Obsession With TV Is Rewarded……

I’m very privileged to have secured a new side gig writing op-ed pieces for Tribune Media via ScreenerTV.  Please check out my first two pieces if you have a moment.   The first is a bit of a love letter to the show Lucifer, albeit within a larger exploration of the “guilty pleasure” phenomenon as it applies to our TV viewing choices (when it shouldn’t): The second piece explores the rise of the “trainwreck heroine” in TV and film, inspired by Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s masterfully wrought show, Fleabag: Will post future articles here as they are published.  

A Fargo Haiku Entitled “The 60/40 Thing”

He thought about the
60/40 thing.  What’s that
plastic for?  Nothin’.  

‘Hannibal’ Predictably Promises “Gag” Reel On Season 1 DVD

GAG (gag):  noun
1. to cause to retch or choke;
2. a joke, especially one introduced into a script or an actor’s part. Well played, Bryan Fuller.  Well played.

‘Hannibal’ Season 1 Finale Haiku

What rock bottom looks
like: you force Lawrence Fishburne
to shoot your punk ass.

A Hannibal Haiku Entitled “Contradiction”

Riddle me this:  if
the rude are food, how on earth
does he stay so slim?!

‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ Penultimate Episode Haiku

Threesome: alien
abductees, psychosis, axe.
What could go wrong?  Ohhhhhh…….

‘American Horror Story: Asylum’ Episode 11 Haiku

  “Disturbance in the
common room, Monsignor.”  Oh,

‘American Horror Story’ Season-1-In-A-Nutshell Haiku

  Ghosts? Please. The ghosts fear
Jessica Lange.  She’ll fuck your
shit up.  Believe it.