Monthly Archives: August 2016

Transparent, Post-Binary World & Family- Lexi Cass

My first thought when I turned on Transparent was “wow, this is one interesting family.” I was instantly drawn into the characters because although they were some of the most diverse characters I had ever seen, they were also very relatable … Continue reading

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The Hidden Truths in Black Sitcoms

This week, while reading the chapter “The Hidden Truths in Contemporary Black Sitcoms,” by Robin R. Means Coleman, Charlton D. McIlwain, and Jessica Moore Matthews, I notice that black sitcoms are still not accurate enough to depict the lives of … Continue reading

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Entourage 2.0

By: Alex Giacco I have started watching the new HBO series “Ballers” produced by Mark Wahlberg, the same guy who created the hit series “Entourage.” I recently had drinks with one of my cousins friends who works at HBO and … Continue reading

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Transparent

I really liked everything about this show. The interview video prepared me for the non-traditional aesthetic set-up of the sitcom. I loved the entire idea of it- it reminded me of Netflix’s Grace & Frankie, but obviously a lot more … Continue reading

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Transparent

By: Elizabeth Joyner I have to admit that I started watching Transparent I wasn’t a fan. Almost everything that I’ve come to expect from a sitcom wasn’t there. The characters are messy and complex, their problems can’t be solved in … Continue reading

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