Browsing: PBS

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Orange You Glad There’s PBS?

Can we buy a DVD player on Antiques Roadshow? Because when PBS sent us the screener for Man In An Orange Shirt on DVD, we practically stared at it like a caveman seeing fire for the first time. These days, we typically receive digital screeners that we can access on our laptop or smart…

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Amazing Gracefulness

Does wanting to stay home on a Friday night and watch modern dance on PBS make us officially old? (Be as bitchy as you want in your response, we can’t hear you.) We know we’re not alone, though. It’s been a long week of parties, work and screaming at political…

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Evil Queens

We know you want to keep quality high, but we could really use more episodes of our favorite series. Like Vicious, the wickedly funny sitcom starring Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi. After a mere two seasons with six episodes apiece, the series finale airs this Sunday for an hour-long special…

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Go On A Gender Bender

Growing up with Sesame Street and having a then-unexplainable attraction to Bob Johnson (and a little bit of a crush on Ernie), we feel like we’ve come full-circle with PBS. Because they’re launching a new digital series called First Person that’s all about sexuality and gender identity (something we don’t…

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Boom Town

Damn if people in the mid 20th century didn’t love to have sex. TV shows depicted married couples sleeping in separate beds, but in real life men and women were getting busy in record numbers. The result: the baby boomer generation, which lasted from 1946-1964. As the last of the…

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Art Of The Insult

It’s amazing what one can miss while on vacation. We try to disconnect from media in its entirety when we travel because that’s our only time to escape from the constant barrage of pop culture and world news information we receive on a daily basis. Sometimes, though, we miss out…