Review: Community, “Regional Holiday Music”

Note: I’m a little short on time today, so I plan on keeping it brief. We’ll see if that actually happens. Chances are you folks know that I watch Glee. Maybe you just come to the site for my Community work, but you probably still see that just a few posts down, I have written…… Continue reading Review: Community, “Regional Holiday Music”

Review: Community, “Foosball and Nocturnal Vigilantism”

Community is kind of screwed. Now, let me say that I don’t mean that the series is screwed in regards to its place on NBC’s schedule. That might be the case, but there’s no need to be upset about that tonight (and I still think Community is ultimately going to be fine). What I mean…… Continue reading Review: Community, “Foosball and Nocturnal Vigilantism”

Review: Community, “Documentary Filmmaking: Redux”

Just picture for a moment that someone who was randomly, in the off-chance,  moved by the swell of online support for Community in the wake of NBC’s decision to “bench” it for a bit in early 2012 decided to watch tonight’s episode and it was their first experience with Community. Can you even begin to…… Continue reading Review: Community, “Documentary Filmmaking: Redux”

TV Surveillance Podcast Episode 15 — #TwoandaHalfSeasonsandanUnceremoniousBenching

In the latest edition of the podcast, I’m joined by regular guest Les Chappell for a timely, emotional reaction to the news that NBC has “benched” Community for the first portion of 2012. You can subscribe to the TVS Podcast on iTunes, if that’s your kind of thing.

Community “Benched” — Why NBC isn’t the ultimate bad guy

NBC sucks. This is something that you all pretty much know. The feathers are off the proverbial Peacock. The once-powerful network has been suffering an extended ratings nadir for nearly a decade and if you take a look at this recent New York Times piece, there are few good signs to pick out among the…… Continue reading Community “Benched” — Why NBC isn’t the ultimate bad guy