Alabama Survives Wild Game In Florida

By Terrance Turner Sept. 18, 2021 Today, the Alabama Crimson Tide sought a win on the road. Batting the Florida Gators at the University of Florida, the Tide took a commanding early lead. But the Gators paired a strong defense and a vastly superior run game to give the Tide a run for their money. … Continue reading Alabama Survives Wild Game In Florida

Steve From “Blue’s Clues” Is Back — With a Heartfelt New Video

By Terrance Turner Sept. 7, 2021 Tomorrow marks the 25th anniversary of the animated series "Blue's Clues". For millennials like myself, the series was a staple -- a cherished element of a childhood that now seems light-years away. Today, we got an unexpected blast from the past. The program debuted in 1996 on Nickelodeon. It … Continue reading Steve From “Blue’s Clues” Is Back — With a Heartfelt New Video

Ed Asner Dies at 91

By Terrance Turner Aug. 29, 2021 Legendary television and film actor Ed Asner has died. He was 91. His publicist confirmed the news to Variety, writing that he died on Sunday surrounded by family. (Asner is survived by four children: Matthew, Liza, Kate, and Chris.) Asner's family added confirmation on the actor's Twitter account. "We are … Continue reading Ed Asner Dies at 91

Fox Host Tucker Carlson Continues Sexist, Racist, Anti-Mask Comments

By Terrance Turner March 12, 2021 On Monday, International Women's Day, President Joe Biden introduced the nominees who would be the second and third women to ever lead combatant commands. He spoke about the measures the military is taking: updating grooming standards, like allowing short ponytails, to make the environment for all forces more inclusive. He also … Continue reading Fox Host Tucker Carlson Continues Sexist, Racist, Anti-Mask Comments

Wendy Williams Tells All in Heartbreaking Documentary

By Terrance Turner Jan. 30, 2021 I have a career for over three decades talking about people, and now I'm being talked about. I'm doing Hot Topics, and now I'm a Hot Topic." Tonight, talk show host Wendy Williams did with herself what she does with everyone else -- she spilled the tea. Tonight, in … Continue reading Wendy Williams Tells All in Heartbreaking Documentary

Historic Wave of Black Actors Score Emmy Nominations

Photo via Collider. By Terrance Turner The Primetime Emmy Award nominations were announced today. According to Variety, 35 of the 102 acting nominees are Black -- the most ever. Black actors make up 34.3% of the nominees, which is substantially higher than last year's 19.8%. (In 2018, the percentage was 27.7%, which was a record … Continue reading Historic Wave of Black Actors Score Emmy Nominations

A Meditation on Happiness, And A Passionate Reunion, on “Insecure”

Photo courtesy of HBOWatch. By Terrance Turner June 1, 2020 This recap contains spoilers. On "Lowkey Happy", last night's episode of Insecure, Lawrence (Jay Ellis) meets up with his ex Issa (Issa Rae) for drinks. He nervously waits for her to show up, anxiously popping a breath mint. Issa arrives and quickly takes a nasty … Continue reading A Meditation on Happiness, And A Passionate Reunion, on “Insecure”