In all the shows I’ve watched in my life, I have never encountered a villain like Negan in “The Walking Dead.” Do not get me wrong, I completely hate the person he is. He is disrespectful to women, a psychopath, and also completely full of himself. Oh and he also killed my two of my favorite characters in the show… Still salty.

Yet, behind all that hatred, I also kinda, sorta, maybe love the character of Negan. Now, a lot of that has to do with Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s awesome performance every second of the show. The man knows how to act and act well. But I love how Negan has an admiration for courage and braveness, even if it comes in the form of defying him. Typically, there is a price to be paid because of that but it comes at someone else’s expense. While that is not okay, it still is interesting how he values those who are willing to stand up to him (Daryl and Carl).  Continue reading

Walking Dead 706 Quick Thoughts

Wow. How is that the episodes that have strayed away from our main characters have been the most interesting and best ones this season?

“Swear” focused on the aftermath of Tara and Heath after the satellite attack. A broken Heath wonders if he should even go on after the people he had to kill there and while the two are scavenging for supplies on a bridge, they find a horde of walkers that causes Tara to go over the edge. Continue reading

Every Simpsons Ever Marathon

Can you believe it? There have been 600 episodes of “The Simpsons,” Fox’s long running animated television show following the family of the same name.

This Thanksgiving, FXX (FX’s second channel that is available to most cable providers) is showing every single episode without a break.


The marathon started yesterday at noon and will run for 13 days. It is a tribute to arguably the most successful show in television history. I know that I for one will be tuning in to some episodes for nostalgia value and for humor.

Being a show that has been televised since 1989 and does not have a building plot, each episode is different and there is one out there for everyone. The Guardian published an article on the best episodes to watch.

My personal suggestion is to watch the “Treehouse of Horror” episodes because they are satires on popular horror movies, shows, and books.

So grab some donuts, maybe a beer or two,  and kick back this holiday weekend and take the time to watch at least an episode. It is rare to find an one that does not contain gut-wrenching jokes.

Why Season 3 of How to Get Away With Murder is the Best Yet

It is no surprise that How to Get Away With Murder has become one of the most popular shows on television over the past two years. Using an innovative story telling template, HTWGAM shows the end game before the season even gets started and has every aspect a viewer could ask for: Action, deceit, sex, drama, and great acting. While the show has set the bar high with its past two seasons, this has been the most captivating start to a season in the show’s history by far. Continue reading

Debate Popular Amongst College Students?


According to Nielsen, approximately 84 million viewers tuned in on Monday night to watch the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

84. Million. People. That destroys the previous record (set in 1980) where nearly 81 million watched the debate between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan. What makes this all the more surprising is that the 84 million-viewer statistic does not even include those who watched the debate on another platform. One can expect that the total viewers would have reached the 100 million mark if it did. Continue reading