Ms. TeeVee returns to sing the praises of the Sunday hours of 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., i.e. True Blood and Mad Men euphoria.
Amy admits to TV oversaturation this week, what with Jon and Kate craziness and the string of celebrity deaths.
As Amy impatiently awaits summer's arrival, she has found a distraction in Mary-Louise Parker's charming, marijuana-themed sitcom Weeds, which might just aid a few of you still nursing Arrested Development addictions.
While revisiting the South of her youth, Amy considers the value of rendering an accurate place in TV shows.
This week Amy concludes that watching Goodfellas without swear words and sex is not as fun as watching Goodfellas with swear words and sex.
What happens when a TV columnist admits that TV is ruining her life? Of course, she turns on the TV for comfort.
Ms. TeeVee reveals her love for all things Sir David Attenborough, who was "croc hunting" when Steve Irwin was still in diapers.
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HBO's newest comedy spoofs the modern athlete we know so well.
Ms. TeeVee gives you three good reasons to give America's favorite TV show a shot.
Ms. TeeVee doesn't do live broadcast TV watching particularly well, especially during award shows. Still, she survived Oscar night despite Queen Latifah.
Seriously, I do. (God it feels good to get that out of my system.)
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