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My 11 Favorite Television Characters of All Time
My thoughts on my 11 favorite television characters.
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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
Can a Brotha Get Some Extras?
Have y’all noticed that for black television shows, the production companies skimp on the extras? It seems to me that with shows like The Cosby Show, A Different World, and Soul Food, which are watershed productions for African-Americans in … Continue reading
Posted in Television Tagged A Different World, Ajai Sanders, Arrested Development, black tv, Charnele Brown, Darrin Henson, DVD extras, Girlfriends, Keshia Knight Pulliam, Living Single, Mara Brock Akil, Martin, Nicole Ari Parker, Rockmond Dunbar, Showtime, Soul Food, Tempestt Bledsoe, The Cosby Show, TV on DVD 2 Comments