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Netflix Original “Atypical” — Hilarious, But Flawed

Initially, I was drawn to the Netflix original series “Atypical” more because it was a show that appeared to be about teenagers and family life than because of its actual premise. It’s about an autistic teen who decides he wants to start dating. So, knowing relatively little about autism myself, I expected I would learn… Continue reading Netflix Original “Atypical” — Hilarious, But Flawed

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ABC’s Lost: The Good, the Bad, and the Super Confusing

I never watched any of ABC’s popular drama “Lost” when it was still airing weekly, but I definitely remember the buzz and excitement over the last couple seasons. I especially remember hearing people discuss and speculate on what the last season meant, on whether the characters were actually in purgatory or something like it. Years… Continue reading ABC’s Lost: The Good, the Bad, and the Super Confusing

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The Disappoints of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life

I think it’s not a big stretch to say that most fans of the original “Gilmore Girls” series were somewhat unsatisfied with the way it ended. Not enough closure, no real evidence of happily-ever-afters for the characters we had grown to know and love… And now, suddenly, in our social-media-outcry day and age, we have… Continue reading The Disappoints of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life

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Netflix’s Bloodline is a Deep, Dark Study of Sin and Guilt

I think my husband and I didn’t really know what we were getting ourselves into when we started watching the Netflix original drama-thriller “Bloodline.” Mostly, I think we decided to give it a whirl because Kyle Chandler, the dad/coach from “Friday Night Lights” was the star. We’d liked that show quite a bit and considered… Continue reading Netflix’s Bloodline is a Deep, Dark Study of Sin and Guilt