Articles Posted in the " TV Analysis " Category

  • Okay, Seriously, What’s Up With Clara?

    Who is Clara Oswald? That’s a damn good question and I don’t have the answer. But I do have a lot of ideas based on what’s happened so far. It’s always hard to try to guess where Doctor Who is going (especially Moffat-era Who), but sometimes the more outlandish ideas end up coming true (River […]


  • Sorting the Ser Whatsits of Whocares (part 2)

    Season three has introduced an insane amount of new characters that may be leaving some fans a bit overwhelmed. This cast is huge and sometimes it’s easy to forget people.  Also many characters who start out small end up becoming important later on, which complicates having an incredibly large cast even further.  I mean who […]


  • Sorting the Ser Whatsits of Whocares (Part 1)

    For book readers, last night’s episode was a wonderfully frustrating tease for what’s to come.  Every scene had me clapping my hands with excitement because all this awesome stuff that I’d read about is starting to roll out on the screen.  But it was all over so fast not any one of the story lines […]


  • In Defense of Sansa Stark

    While Sansa isn’t my all time favorite character (all hail Daenerys), she’s definitely at least in my top five.  I don’t expect everyone to have the same taste in characters that I do, but I must admit that I’m sort of mystified by the extreme level of hatred towards her. From my point of view, […]



  • My Game of Thrones Endgame: Badass Women In Charge

    This post will contain spoilers, but they will all be hidden underneath spoiler text with clearly defined warnings ahead of them. Highlight the text to read the spoilers.  I am very protective of Game of Thrones spoilers, so I’m taking all the precautions so no complaining if you highlight them and get upset.  You have […]


  • Queer Heroes of Science Fiction and Fantasy

    Queer characters on television, while becoming more prevalent, are very seldom the solo protagonists of their own show. If a queer character is featured, it’d typically part of an ensemble cast (Modern Family, Glee) or featured on a show where their sexual identity is the premise (Will and Grace, Queer as Folk). There are exceptions to the […]


  • The Veronica Mars Movie: Why You Should Care

    A long time ago, we used to be friends. . . I’ll admit, I once took part in flooding the CW offices with bizarre mail in order to try and make my voice heard about a TV show.  Before Feathers for Castiel (you can stop now, guys, we’re getting our angel back) there were Cloud Watchers […]