“The secret to staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly, and lie about your age.” Lucille Ball When you hear the words “classic television,” the I Love Lucy theme song should be one of the first to pop into your head. This American sitcom, which aired from 1951-1957, won five Emmy awards and […]Read more "I: “I Love Lucy” and the Appeal of Real Relationships"
We like to have “Family Television Night” at our house, and are always looking for good family movies and television shows to watch with our young children. We’ve seen a little bit of everything, from Disney classics like The Princess and the Frog to utter silliness like the tutu-wearing lumberjack from The Tooth Fairy 2. […]Read more "Andy Griffith’s Wisdom & “Funny Bone” Still Delights Young Hearts"
I’m just going to say it: I despise Downton Abbey. I recognize that everyone and their mother is obsessed with this show, but I found it to be slow paced with unnecessarily lengthy episodes that I thought were never going to end. At the end of the day, you can set it in the Victorian […]Read more "Good, Clean Television at “The Paradise”"
The Office, a television sitcom produced by NBC, made us laugh and brought us to tears as it revealed the small miracles that take place every day in the most ordinary places. The series finale provided viewers with many tender moments which captured the philosophy behind the entire show. For example, Andy Bernard mused, […]Read more "O: Ordinary Office Becomes a Familiar Home (An Everyday Miracle)"