Category Archives: six of the best
Almost ready to wrap up the 30th anniversary celebration of Star Trek: the Next Generation. Just one more post tomorrow, on the 30th anniversary of the pilot episode. Meanwhile, here’s the rest of my top-12 list.
You can’t do a 30th-anniversary celebration of any TV show, let alone Star Trek:TNG, without a best episodes list. So here’s the first part of mine.
Personally, I liked Ensign Ro the best, but that doesn’t mean she was the best recurring character. Here are six of the best of them.
I really wanted to like The Defenders. At least, I wanted to like it more than I actually did. This column contains spoilers.
Journalism careers do not work the way they do on most TV shows. It drives me crazy. So I wrote a column about how it bugs me, and how other things on TV bug me.
The “troubles” are supernatural afflictions affecting the townspeople of Haven, Maine, on a show called Haven that originally aired on SyFy. The show is now on Netflix, and I figured I should finish watching it after only making it through two seasons … Continue reading
I’m posting this late today because I fell asleep and I dreamed. A lot. But not about any of these six things, interestingly.
I got a fidget spinner yesterday. Of course I’m going to write a column about it.
I like the SyFy TV show Dark Matter. Each of the main characters — at least, the core ones — are numbered. There are six of them. You know what that means.
Of course I watched GLOW on Netflix. Like there’s any doubt in your mind that I would have done.
Two weeks ago, I dropped my phone in the toilet. This is my story.
Y’know those boxes you always think you’ll get around to unpacking, but never do? It’s amazing the things you find in them.
If I had control of the Heinlein estate, I’d get with Netflix (or some other VOD provider) and tell them about some books that I think would make excellent serieses. And who I’d cast.
I bought a new house, and I’m really looking forward to it.
I was really reaching for a topic this week, but I think I pulled this one out rather nicely. Deep down, it’s about staying positive at work by surrounding yourself with positive icons.
We make sure we’re unhappy. It’s a thing.
Every writer puts their half-written things on a shelf, ostensibly to be worked on later but really just abandoned. Here are some of mine.
I’ve been playing a lot of Super Mario Run lately. The game has a surprising amount of life lessons in it.
Come on, ride that train. Choo choo. Ride it. Whoo whoo. I bet the Quad City DJs never thought their lyrics would be used to talk about board games.