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The hell with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. Take a look at what these gals were up to in 1944:
Here’s the thing about an awful lot of modern TV shows and movies: They are often intelligent, socially relevant, well-acted, well-shot, hip, snarky, suspenseful, gory, sarcastic, or shocking.
But there’s one adjective I rarely use for the new stuff, and that’s “enjoyable.”
I can admire a show like Mindhunter, and I can learn things from a series like The Deuce. But I’m not sure I can say I “enjoy” either of them.
That’s why I like Rosehaven, Detectorists, and Doc Martin – they are enjoyable.
You might have noticed that those three shows have something else in common: None of them are American.
The cameramen at CBS seem to have settled on their favorite Survivor contestant. This year, it’s Alexandrea “Ali” Elliott, pictured below and at the top of this post.
I think I speak for all Americans when I say we are grateful that there is yet another country – or region, or whatever the hell it is – in the world of which we had previously given absolutely no thought, but of which we are now expected to become well-versed.
Coming Soon to a Headline Near You:
Media Investigates Senate Committee Tasked with Investigating Investigator Robert Mueller
Looking for something scary to watch on Halloween? Something that isn’t overhyped and mediocre, like Netflix’s Stranger Things?
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