Author: Merrie Soltis

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The Great Georgia Senate Seat War

This isn’t about Loeffler not being conservative enough. This – like every other issue in American politics right now – is all about Trump.

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Will Streaming Ever Replace Cable?

The advent of streaming gave people hope that we could at long last be freed from the tyranny of the cable bundle. Sadly, for most of us, the dream goes unfulfilled.

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Disney + Lives Up to the Hype

I not only had to work, but kept running into extra obligations that have kept me from doing the only thing I truly wanted to: binge watching Disney + so that I could tell you how awesome it is.

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An Open Letter to my Cat’s Former Owner

So on this National Cat Day I would like to send a message to the people without whom I would not have the best cats in the world: whoever turned them over to the rescue society.

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TV Reviews for Regular People: Sunnyside

This may be the perfect sitcom for Trump’s America. Sure, it plays on all the stereotypes of immigrants..But it’s heartwarming and funny.

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TV Reviews for Regular People: The Unicorn

It’s the end of the free meals that pushes Walt to a breaking point, and his friends use this as an opening to tell him it’s time to move on.

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TV Reviews for Regular People: Batwoman

Whether you watch this show or not isn’t going to be determined by your view on gay rights, it’s whether you like comic books and the shows based on them.

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TV Reviews for Regular People: Stumptown

Did I love it? No, as much as I wanted to I honestly can’t say that I did. But I’d bet this is one of the big hits of the new season.

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TV Review for Regular People: The Prodigal Son

Of all the Monday night shows, the only one I really want to keep is “Prodigal Son.” It’s a mashup of “Criminal Minds” and “The Silence of the Lambs.”

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