March 26-30, 2012

After months and months of streaming, Kevin Mattison re-embraces the discipline of limitation and goes back to the disc. Read “It’s not you, it’s me: breaking up with Netflix Streaming”

Mad Men is back, but a show that was once confident, sexy, defiant, and unapologetically mysterious, is now paranoid, aggressive, alienated, and tangibly nervous. It leaves Ana Holguin feeling a bit funny, and not always in a good way. Read “A little bit funny”

He treats humans more like puzzles than people. He has no compunction about manipulating people or dropping them entirely. He just doesn’t give a shit, and Sarah Pavis argues that, objectively, this makes Matt Smith’s Eleventh Doctor the best of the modern Doctor Who Doctors. Read “A tale of two Doctors”

What happens when an author’s personal life or beliefs force you to reconsider your feelings about their work? Kelly Hannon considers her deep and abiding love for Orson Scott Card’s novels in “The author, in and out of shadow”

Jill Kolongowski has strict standards for breakfast, which until recently did not include sausage gravy. She starts to make up for lost time in “Biscuits and vegetarian gravy, with apologies”

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