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Considering what she was up against, maybe her tirade was justified. Maybe not. But what does her losing her temper on her own time have to do with her ESPN job? New column.
In defense of a new Tina Fey series that was rejected by NBC but took its politically incorrect humor to Netflix. More in my Sunday column.
In the Post, I write about my TV anxiety: I’m behind on all the shows I watch. Help. More here.
Brett Favre, Charles Barkley, Shannen Doherty….who’d I leave out? More in my new listicle.
In my Sunday column, a look at Marlo Thomas (the Gavrilo Princip of the War on Masculinity) and the beginning of the effort to feminize everything: “Free to Be…You and Me.”
My takedown of last night’s estrogen fest, NBC’s broadcast of The Golden Globes, is trending at The Post’s site.
I’m a big fan of “Veep,” which just started its second season and tells you everything you need to know about why you should distrust government. More in my Sunday column.
I’m a couple episodes behind on “Downton,” so I scrupulously avoid reading anything about it, but obviously not least among its pleasures is its conservatism. (Julian Fellowes is a Tory peer of the realm.) This Forbes headline caught my eye (though I can’t read the piece yet).
More like “House of Morons.” Kevin Spacey is a new Machiavelli of D.C. in a David Fincher-directed series for Netflix. My review is up.
Keri Russell plays a Soviet mole hiding out in the Washington, D.C. suburbs in 1981 in the new FX show “The Americans.” I couldn’t decide if it was suitably laughable or maybe not quite laughable enough. My review is up.« Previous Entries