Drag Race’s The Bachelor parody is so good it should be its own show

Drag Race comedy challenges rarely leave me begging for more, but “The Bitchelor” deserves to be a Burning Love-style series on WOW Presents Plus. This parody of The Bachelor assigns each drag queen a different dating show archetype and pairs them up to improvise scenes with Unreal’s Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, and I…

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Better Things’ Sam loses a part she didn’t even audition for

One of the aspects of Better Things that I’ve enjoyed the most is this view Pamela Adlon gives of a working actor. She’s not impoverished and waiting tables, but she can walk down the street and no one cares who she is. It’s not a life that’s often put onscreen, if only because it doesn’t have high glamor of celebrity…

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Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. sacrifices a captivating relationship to fuel a bland plot

“Closure” begins with one of the best scenes of Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s third season, a casual dinner date between Phil Coulson and Rosalind Price where they try to bring a modicum of normalcy to their lives by enjoying some greasy fast-food burgers. It’s the kind of scene this show has all too few of, a relaxed,…

Enemies come from within on a strong Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.

After last week’s riveting shift away from this season’s major Hydra and Inhuman plotlines, it was inevitable that Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s return to the norm would be a come down. Thankfully, “Among Us Hide…” doesn’t take much of a dip in quality, getting back to Coulson and the gang with a story that highlights the…