Monthly Archives: August 2017

Money is a Choice: The Lessons from Ozark

Netflix has recently come through with yet another exciting, thought-provoking, enticing original series. Ozark, which was released on July 21, 2017, is a shocking drama about a well-to-do Chicago family that finds themselves caught in the middle of a Mexican … Continue reading

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The Lovable Buffoon

The Office, which aired on NBC from 2005 to 2013, continues to be popular today. This hilarious documentary-style series delves into the foolishness of a dysfunctional office in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Perhaps the greatest reason for its success is the lovable … Continue reading

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Family Guy: Getting Away with Murder

Seth MacFarlane’s Family Guy has elements of blatant racism that seemed to be accepted in the American home. Often, the minorities in the animated sitcom are the subject of ridicule or hyperbolic stereotyping, it is a familiar technique to prey … Continue reading

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Atypical or Completely Normal?

Netflix recently announced a new comedy called Atypical, the story of a high school student named Sam, who is on the autism spectrum, and his journey to find love and independence. This eight-episode first season of the original series will … Continue reading

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The Carmichael Show, The United States’ Racist Legacy, Gun Control, and what it means to/for you.

The Carmichael Show is a show on NBC that talked about ‘uncomfortable issues’ in the United States. The creator, Jerrod Carmichael is actually a native of Winston Salem, North Carolina, whose unscrupulous stand up has been becoming increasingly popular in … Continue reading

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