The show ends with the topic dealing with how money affects the power dynamics of a relationship and Maxine revealing she has a $1.5 million inheritance. What a lackluster way to end a show.
# Maxine and Jerrod have a threesome, which Jerrod’s family finds out about. Leading to casual sexism and Maxine questioning why does Jerrod always throw her to the wolves?
With getting electrocuted, and meeting a former classmate who is a doctor, Bobby seems to want to take his life seriously now. The only problem? He is a Carmichael so he gets absolutely no support. Except from Maxine.
The stigma of stripping is the topic of “Maxine’s Sister” and while there isn’t any interesting insight, we do at least get to meet more members of Maxine’s family.
The Carmichael Show follows up on follows up on what happened in the “Morris” episode and reminds you that Cynthia has not forgotten that big reveal.
When does a vice become a problem? Is domestic violence something to be less serious when a woman hurts a man? How messed up is Nekeisha’s life really? That’s what gets covered in episode 8 “Intervention.”
Rather than run through another series of topics, The Carmichael Show has a serious moment. Something which, hopefully, maybe the first arc this show has truly had.
It’s the infamous mass shooting episode and, honestly, it kind of disappoints.
What are the rules of Black culture, much less the exceptions for white people saying the N-word? Said topics make for a weak episode, but I suspect the shooting one was supposed to be the peak before mundane topics.
With Bobby not wanting to go out with Maxine’s friend, because the family thinks she is unattractive, so begins another Maxine vs. the family moment.
Grandma Francis is looking to die. But before she goes out, she pushes everyone to realize how she shaped their father and them.
Joe’s blind patriotism, as with most of his beliefs, has exceptions. However, being that he has an eternal struggle with Jerrod, he can’t lose one single battle to his boy.
As usual with The Carmichael Show, we are given a complicated topic, in this case, rape. Something which gets dissected as if this was a chat show. One in which, like The View, The Real, or Real Time with Bill Maher [note] Odd group, I know [/note] there are multiple points of views you may…
Being politically correct, or fearing backlash, has changed the output of comedy. This can especially be said for network TV for the Archie Bunker types could never get a green light nowadays. However, The Carmichael Show seems to dance on that line. The line of which what an overly sensitive culture will allow for comedy…
The Ms. Pat Show, while raunchy, is also one of the funniest new shows to come out in years; while having a heart most shows struggle to make feel authentic.
A cast and character guide for the FreeForm series “The Bold Type.” Featured are the name of cast members, character information, and other noteworthy tidbits about the show.
Family Reunion tries to tap into the vibe classic late 90s/00s sitcoms had and tries to modernize the feel to, sometimes, mixed results.
Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear’s “All in the Family” and “The Jeffersons,” brings on the nostalgia and, for the most part, revives the spirit of the source material.
Happy Together is cute and silly, and as long as that is all you need in a show, you’ll enjoy it just fine.
Rel may not be consistently hilarious or have poignant conversations, but it does work as a good vehicle for DC Young Fly and Jessica Moore to shine.
The second season of One Day At A Time comes swinging hard and though it gets formulaic after a certain point, it never really loses its heart and passion for what it is trying to represent.
In a rather uneventful episode, without any serious hot topic, the importance of work and communication is focus.
In this post you’ll find some of the best quotes of 2017 which perhaps deserve a second look as we begin 2018.
Spike Lee’s modernized She’s Gotta Have It finds the middle ground between shows like Insecure and the TV programming of Lee Daniels and Mara Brock Akil.
Thank You For Your Service wants to convey a message while presenting a story, but unfortunately, the story it delivers is lackluster.
The Bold Type ends its first season reminding fans, and those curious, what it is essentially about. Finding love, making mistakes, showing initiative, and realizing there is more to life than your 9 to 5 and parties. Whenever possible, find meaning in your work and life for that is what makes you the bold type.
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While the jokes keep coming, a handful of serious moments remind you of some of the issues Raven is facing raising a family on her own. With help from Chelsea which can only be chalked up to good intentions.
Best Of Feeling like you are the subject and not the object is such a crazy shift in autonomy. — Kathryn Hahn – THR Full Comedy Actress Roundtable Hopefully, the goal in being yourself is that it puts you on the right path. — Sam Jones (The Off Camera Show) Lives are saved by tough…
My name is Amari and I’d like to hand in my #TeamLawrence card due to him being an F*** boy. Who do I need to talk to? […] No, I don’t wish to subscribe to #TeamIssa, though I do enjoy her storyline more than ever. Is there a #TeamMolly or even a #TeamTasha subscription available…
Without question, Girls Trip is the funniest movie I have ever seen PERIOD. All thanks to, not necessarily the established stars, per se, but Tiffany Haddish.
Looking Back At June Numbers wise we are still living in a very post Thirteen Reasons Why boom era. However, new things are moving their way up the top 10 lists. For a moment there was this vibe, as I posted my collection of .gifs to maybe make that a thing again. It is still being…
As Kate and Anthony reach a new openness in their relationship, the various other relationships of the show continue to grow stronger.
Daytime Divas throws every single issue in the modern soap opera book into the pilot. Yet, despite being heavy loaded, there isn’t a single actress you don’t want to invest time in.
Best Of No version of myself is permanent but, sometimes, the bad parts are trying to fool me into thinking they are permanent. — Jenny Slate [When asked if she thinks she doesn’t give people enough credit] I think when I first meet people I give them all the credit and then I slowly take…
As Five tries to find a concrete way to stop the apocalypse, “The Umbrella Academy” starts to feel like it is in a loop that isn’t getting better.
As a possible love interest is introduced for Kat, multiple relationships take a turn, and most for the worst.
The value of emotional intelligence plays a big part not just for patients, but the personal lives of doctors.
The combination of modern technology with classic characters makes Christopher Robin feel like a true Disney classic vs. exploiting nostalgia.
Wheelman could very well take Frank Grillo’s career to the next level as it shows how strong his charisma is.