Category Archives: Television

Three Years on WordPress

I want to thank everyone who has visited my site and read my blogs. Continue reading

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Luc Robitaille Celebrity Shootout 2016

Last weekend, I attended the 2016 Luc Robitaille Celebrity Shootout, an annual hockey game to raise funds for Echoes of Hope. Founded by Luc and Stacia Robitatille, Echoes of Hope is a wonderful non-profit organization that provides support to emancipated foster … Continue reading

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The Allure of Angel

I just finished watching the TV series, “Angel”, for the third time. I enjoyed it at least as much as the first time, although for different reasons. The enduring attraction to the show is a testimony to Joss Whedon’s creative … Continue reading

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Women Aren’t Directing TV and Film

I recently read two recent articles about the dearth of women directors in high-end movies. According to one article about 2012 movies, “Women accounted for 9% of directors working on the top 250 films in 2012.” In a more recent one for 2013 … Continue reading

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Well, This Changes Everything – Action Packed Bones Season Finale

Bones Season 9 episode 24 “The Recluse in the Recliner” Written by Stephen Nathan & Jonathan Collier Directed by David Boreanaz In the season 9 finale of Bones, David Boreanaz shows us again what a fine director he is becoming. It … Continue reading

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“Bones”, Cancer and Real Life

A year and a half ago, I lost my husband of 21 years after his two-and-a-half year battle with pancreatic cancer. None of us ever expects this kind of thing to enter their lives, but sometimes it does. And suddenly … Continue reading

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