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TV Tidbits: "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" is worth binging

Published March 11, 2015

After you finish noshing through "House of Cards," you should just start the first season of the new Netflix original comedy "Unbreakable Kimmy Schdmit." Why? Because it's hilarious, and it stars the delightful Ellie Kemper ("The Office," "Bridesmaids"). Read on for more.

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The popularity of Funko's Pop! Vinyls and why I can't stop collecting

Published March 4, 2015

I haven't seen anything like Funko's Pop! Vinyls before last August.They're only 3.75 inches tall when standing up. They have an oversized, nearly squared head with pupil-free black eyes, a tiny nose and no mouth. They look more so like anime characters than anything else. Over the course of the following six months, what started as a quick impulse purchase had that led into a near obsession of collecting these figures.

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2014 picks: Andy Tarnoff

Published Dec. 30, 2014

These year-end lists are always fun to write, because they are so open-ended. So bear with me if I skip the regular categories and think outside the box a little for this one.

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2014 picks: Colton Dunham

Published Dec. 29, 2014

2014 was just okay. I'm totally kidding, of course. It was a solid year stacked with great TV shows to binge watch, a slew of great movies; a fair amount of good, bad, and amusing moments in pop culture; and a lot of new tunes to listen to. As I put 2014 behind me and look forward to a new year, I reflected back to pick out a few of the best moments, and a couple of the worst moments to share.

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Spoiling "The Walking Dead" and what TV shows should learn about social media

Published Dec. 2, 2014

This past Sunday, AMC dropped a spoiler on social media that seemingly had the same affect as an atomic bomb. A lot of fans of the hit zombie show "The Walking Dead" found out the death of a main character in a way that sometimes cannot be avoided: social media. The fans didn't find out from a few comments on Facebook or a bunch of tweets on Twitter, they found out from the official Facebook account of the show itself.

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