Book Review: The Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy: A Handbook for Geek Girls by Sam Maggs

Quirk Books never disappoints! After approaching their booth in 2017's ECCC, I have yet to find a geeky subject that they cannot deliver on. Impressed by the witty nerdy references and narration of Geek Wisdom and The Geek's Guide to Dating, it followed that purchasing this guide book would not only be entertaining but provide... Continue Reading →

LA to Vegas (Fox)

The first time I saw this show it reminded me of Airline, the TV reality series from A&E about Southwest Airlines, but instead of the drama of unruly passengers, Jackpot Airlines handles the ups and downs of air travel by mailing it in. A parody of an industry that relies on customer service but really... Continue Reading →

The Orville (Fox)

This year's San Diego Comic Con was full of marketing and activities to promote Seth MacFarlane's new project, a parody of Star Trek called The Orville. Based on a universe where various planets have formed the Union, Captain Ed Mercer (Seth) is assigned to complete space exploration missions alongside his crew, composed of many alien... Continue Reading →

Storks (2016)

Ever wonder why storks delivered babies? Especially how did they make them and how humans placed their orders? Warner Animation Group put together a really comical and surprisingly good story about how this all came to be. Focusing on Tulip and Junior, a human baby that was not delivered and a stork that works for... Continue Reading →

The Goldbergs  (ABC)

This family from the 80s took Wednesdays by storm when producer Adam Goldberg molded the main characters after his very own. Using pop culture references that span movies to historical events, this Jewish clan gets into all kinds of trouble. For anyone raised during this decade, the show captures what it was like to grow... Continue Reading →

Odd Mom Out (TV Show)

Bravo has concocted a little gem of a show by Jill Kargman that makes fun of the life and tribulations of Upper East Side/Manhattan moms. Running for two full seasons, the satiric comedy features Jill, a Jewish woman who married an upper classman, and her daily struggles in thr posh world of preschools and prestige... Continue Reading →

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