Perhaps there should be some rule in scripted television that, unless the producers of a show have a signed contract for the next season in hand before filming a season ending cliffhanger, seasons must be ended with episodes that, if worse comes to worst, will also work as a series finale. » 2/20/15 2:46pm 2/20/15 2:46pm

I love Replay, but I wonder how well it would really work as a film because it kind of plays out as three different stories. You've got the first couple of times where he's reliving his life and it plays out as wish-fulfillment. Then you've got the Groundhog Day middle section. And then it turns into a … » 2/18/15 10:49am 2/18/15 10:49am

I guess I would look at the shows from 50 years ago and see what's still relevant today and, by and large, the shows that still work are broad sitcoms centered on home life. So I would imagine that the future will be much the same: The Big Bang Theory and Modern Family. Maybe some workplace comedies like The Office. » 2/18/15 8:04am 2/18/15 8:04am

Dessert is when we will usually go out. I make the dinner and do all the lavishing, but then we go out to a nice frou-frou restaurant where we could have dropped $120 on scallops and steak, but instead spend $40 on really nice, house-made desserts, scotch, and good wine. By going out at 8:30 or 9:00 we miss the… » 2/14/15 1:58pm 2/14/15 1:58pm

They could, and theoretically they already can, but the nice thing is that Title II classification allows other companies to offer you service through the same lines, so if one company wants to go with metered use, another can come in and offer unmetered use, which is the best of both worlds since low-use consumers… » 2/04/15 12:40pm 2/04/15 12:40pm