I don’t understand what it is about late-night comics that compels them, once they get a new show or time slot, to celebrate by baring their butts. Jimmy Fallon gets The Tonight Show and treats the world to a picture of his ass. Jimmy Kimmel gets an earlier time slot and accompanies the big news with a peek at his plumber’s butt. And now this from James Corden:
As for Corden’s debut on CBS, critics are describing the British host as “adorable,” “cute,” and “pleasant.” Teddy bears are adorable, cute, and pleasant. They are also what you give to children to put them to sleep at night – not sure that’s the effect CBS is going for.
I keep watching great short series that become mediocre long series. Showrunners take a tight, compelling drama and water it down, pad it out, and reduce A-quality shows to B-quality shows. Latest examples: The Fall and Bloodline (above), both on Netflix. If you’ve told the tale in five or six or eight episodes, just end it, please.
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