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James Poniewozik
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"Combined with Nimoy’s mellifluous voice and wry stage presence, this gave Spock a kind of hipster beat-poetry character that was oddly in step with the times in the fiery, spiritually questing ’60s. The idea of subordinating one’s own passions to the larger universe was a spiritual idea that goes beyond any particular religion, even beyond religion itself."
The actor, who died Feb. 27, leaves a legacy of friendship, mindfulness and understanding
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I have seen two episodes, and there is only one actual slap. With these characters, you will wish there were far more.
NBC's "event series" about parenting and class conflict is provocative, all right. But it's as subtle as a smack across the chops.
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To all McDonald’s cashiers who are today witnessing unsolicited demonstrations of “Lovin'”–my sympathies, and tell that guy to put his clothes back on.
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"You have to wonder if it’s the most opportune time to premiere a show about a hilariously bigoted cop."
Fox's latest Brilliant Jerk procedural gives us a cop acting like a doctor who acted like a cop.
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"The same attack was also against something you would be interested in. You just may never know it, because you’ll never get to see it."
If speech rights don't protect rude cartoons and dumb movies, they don't protect anything.
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I know what you're thinking: "How could he leave off The Unauthorized Saved By the Bell Story?"
Here's how I chose my list, and why I left off that one show that you like.
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"That’s what the future is, for Leslie Knope and for this finale: a chain through which one person touches another who touches another who touches another. You may, as the Parks gang discovered over and over with the citizens of Pawnee, never get thanked. But it makes the world a tiny bit better, and it makes you a tiny bit better."
This finale, like the whole series, was about making the world better one small gesture at a time.
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"It's a fish-out-of-water sitcom, but one in which the joke is on the water."
True to life or not, the sitcom based on chef Eddie Huang's memoir is a funny, smart comedy about the complexities of being different in America.
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On the finale of a show that I'll miss, family photos, and why my Apple TV screensaver makes me cry.
We laughed, we cried. (Mostly, we cried.) And the finale returned to the theme of how family means letting go and holding on.
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"Leslie’s effusiveness and paramilitary-level gift-giving rubs up against taciturn Ron, who winces through gestures of affection as if he were getting a root canal covered by Obamacare."
The sweet, pitch-perfect "Leslie and Ron" was the perfect antidote to State of the Union night.
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"That Colbert was able to be 'Stephen Colbert' at such a high level for some nine years was the 56-game-hitting-streak of American comedy, a feat we may not see equalled again."
"If this is your first time tuning into The Colbert Report, I have some terrible news."
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"This adult found himself gobbling the four episodes Amazon sent as if I were raiding my kids’ Halloween candy."
Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street brings back the magic to older-kids' TV.
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