Tag Archives: Reed Between The Lines
BET’s 2012-2013 Television Lineup Has Some Promise
My thoughts on BET’s 2012-2013 television lineup.
Posted in Television Tagged Abel, AMC, BET, black drama, black television drama, Cain, Darius, Don Draper, Frankie Lymon, FX, Get on the Bus, Gun Hill, Larenz Tate, Lincoln Heights, Mad Men, New York Undercover, O-Dog, Reed Between The Lines, Reggie Bythewood, Soul Food, The Game, The Shield, Tony Soprano Leave a comment
Five Things That Will Fix ‘Reed Between The Lines’
My five suggestions for fixing “Reed Between The Lines.”
Posted in Television Tagged Anna Maria Horsford, BET, Betty White, black family sitcom, black sitcom, blended family, comedian, comic actor, Dr. Alex Reed, Dr. Carla Reed, family sitcom, Gabriella, Girlfriends, Happy Endings, House of Payne, Kellie Griffin, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Melissa DeSousa, Miss Helen, Nadji Jeter, Reed Between The Lines, sitcom, The Bernie Mac show, The Cosby Show, The Reeds, Tracee Ellis Ross, Tyler Perry, Zoe Borde 2 Comments
Why Malcolm-Jamal Warner and His Dr. Alex Reed Are the Best Things about ‘Reed Between the Lines’
My thoughts on Malcolm-Jamal Warner’s Alex Reed is the best thing about “Reed Between The Lines.”
Posted in Television Tagged Alex Reed, BET, Carla Reed, Keenan, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Nadji Jeter, Reed Between The Lines, sitcom, television, Tracee Ellis Ross 2 Comments
I Spent the Week at Alyssa Rosenberg’s Crib on ThinkProgress
Sharing thoughts I put together for my guest blogging stint at Alyssa Rosenberg’s blog on ThinkProgress.
Posted in Culture, Film, Sexuality, Television Tagged Alyssa Rosenberg, BET, bisexuality, black film, black sitcom, black tv, Clair, Cliff, Cosby Show, Everybody Hates Chris, Family Matters, Finding Me: Truth, fluid sexuality, Greg, guest blog, Huxtables, independent film, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Morris Chestnut, My Wife and Kids, Nia Long, Reed Between The Lines, Roger S. Omeus, sexism, Taye Diggs, Terrance Howard, The Best Man, The Best Man 2, The Best Man sequel, The Parent'Hood, ThinkProgress, Tracee Elli Ross Leave a comment