Television can be an awfully ephemeral medium. Television shows and characters can change radically from week to week but a series finale possesses a sense of permanency that sets it apart from everything that came before and ups the stakes dramatically. Finales matter in a way that other episodes don’t. They’re picked apart and debated by fans years after a show has come to an end.
['Eastbound & Down' - 'Chapter 12'] Kenny Powers is an enigma, but if 'Eastbound & Down' has taught us anything, it's what drives him to be the way he is: booze, sex, drugs, fame, an unearned sense of superiority and entitlement, an... Read Post
Comedy sequels are tough. Usually, a comedy movie or series or book or what have you will expend most of its available premise and world within its confines, so coming up with a way to extend that story or even just set the characte... Read Post