Directed by Kevin Dowling. With Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys, Lev Gorn, Annet Mahendru. Gabriel has surprising information; Elizabeth begins to take family matters into her own hands.
Directed by Kevin Dowling. With Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys, Lev Gorn, Annet Mahendru. Philip juggled the many women in his life while Elizabeth takes drastic measures to complete a mission. Stan asserts a plan to save Nina with an unlikely ally.
Watched a big piece of this episode late last night as I fell asleep.
Directed by Sam Hoffman. With Téa Leoni, Tim Daly, Keith Carradine, Patina Miller. Elizabeth tries to finalize a deal to bring the US troops home from the Middle East. A woman's life is threatened by rumors she is involved with one of Elizabeth's staffers. Henry provides relationship advice to Will.
Somehow I knew this was going to be the plane bae story all over again. Interesting how they chose to end the story with an arranged marriage to show the drastic difference between cultures.
Directed by James Burrows. With Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally, Sean Hayes. Jack's insistence that Will be nicer to his fiancé, Estefan, backfires when Estefan thinks Will is in love with him. In a hurry to buy her boyfriend Noah a Valentine's Day gift, Grace unknowingly knocks over a prominent figure while going after a taxi. And when Karen discovers that Noah not only writes her favorite romance novels but also plans to kill off the main character, she forces him to ...
Directed by Rachel Feldman. With Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes, Len Cariou. After a woman is murdered in her apartment, Danny and Baez turn to her daughter for help, but instead she complicates the investigation; someone from Jamie and Eddie's past launches a smear campaign against them.
With Duff Goldman, Valerie Bertinelli, Paige Goehner, Meadow Roberts.
It drives me a bit crazy that these shows always pick their winners on a single episode performance rather than an overall season-long performance. I don’t think I can keep watching this show even as a guilty pleasure.
Directed by Thomas Schlamme. With Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys, Lev Gorn, Annet Mahendru. Philip faces a moral dilemma while developing an asset. Philip and Elizabeth's friction escalates. Stan develops a theory with serious reprecussions for national security. Paige makes a surprising birthday wish.
Chuck Todd and David Gregory with Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH), Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY), Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), Kasie Hunt, Pat McCrory, Maria Teresa Kumar and Bob Costa
Directed by Robert Richman.
This episode is a little less interesting because it features a big event, but at a venue at which the same sort of event is done on a daily and even annual basis. Thus more of the emphasis of the piece is put onto the handful of characters that are participating in the event itself. It was also tough to get into a bit knowing in advance that there was a triple crown winner in 2018 and so the build of of tension just wasn’t there at all for me.
Directed by Michael John Warren. The Eleven Madison Square Park restaurant is the number one ranked restaurant in the world. Following audacious renovation plans the staff work to maintain the level of quality the world has come to expect.
An interesting documentary series, but I think I can tell from the titles of some of the episodes that some are going to be more interesting to me than others.
While this one paints perhaps an overly rosy picture, it’s interesting to see some of the work behind pushing a major restaurant into existence. I might have liked to have seen 7 weeks out to have a better view of what was going on here too.
Directed by Charles Braverman. With Jason Priestley, Shannen Doherty, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering. Brenda throws a slumber party and invites Kelly, Donna and Andrea over for the night. But the evening turns sour when Kelly's bad girlfriend, Amanda Pacer, crashes the party and plays a game which brings out secrets that threaten the friendships between all of them. Meanwhile, Brandon and Steve go out together for a night of cruising and club hopping in which they end up getting duped by two ...
An awkward, likely unrealistic plot, but it makes for a relatively interesting teachable set of moments. I wonder what the post-modern Twitter version would look like?
Directed by Jessica Yu. With Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Joshua Malina, Janel Moloney. A Supreme Court Justice dies, forcing the administration's hand on picking a desirable replacement who can be confirmed by a hostile Congress.
In these times of centralised services like Facebook, Twitter, and Medium, having your own website is downright disruptive. If you care about the longevity of your online presence, independent publishing is the way to go. But how can you get all the benefits of those third-party services while still owning your own data? By using the building blocks of the Indie Web, that’s how!
Presentation slide-deck: speakerdeck.com/adactio/taking-back-the-web
Tantek Çelik at Personal Democracy Forum 2014
A great, short 13 minute video for the IndieWeb.