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Comedy Central’s Idiotsitter renewed for a second season

June 14th, 2016   admin  Uncategorized   No Comments »



Comedy Central’s favorite odd couple, Billie and Gene, return with more babysitting, bonding and binging as the #1 brand in comedy has renewed the scripted series “Idiotsitter” for a second season, it was announced today by Kent Alterman, President, Comedy Central. Created, executive produced and co-starring Jillian Bell and Charlotte Newhouse, and executive produced by Pam Kohl, Amy Slomovits, Dave Becky, Brady McKay and John Levenstein, the second season of “Idiotsitter” will premiere ten episodes in 2017. “Idiotsitter” is the second short-form series produced for cc.com to make the transition from digital platforms to a linear series for Comedy Central, following “This Is Not Happening.” Monika Zielinska and Daniel Wolfberg are the Executives in Charge of Production for Comedy Central.


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Bryan Vallejo


Latest Episode of Game of Thrones leaves you in tears

May 24th, 2016   admin  Uncategorized   No Comments »


We should have seen it coming. It’s Game of Thrones. Not only does the show have a track record of ripping out our hearts and stomping on them until we scream “No more!”, but this week’s episode, The Door, was the midseason episode. No way we were getting through that without taking some serious damage to our delicate hope-filled hearts. Largely, this is down to Bran Stark’s scenes, which after being absent for the entirety of Season 5, have emerged as this season’s highlights. Not necessarily because of Bran himself – ultimately he’s a cipher more for interesting story developments, not that that this is a bad thing when it means that we finally start to get explanations for some of the show’s mysteries.

“The Door” is different. It is full of scenes that are written with aesthetic intention and vision—scenes that exist not just to be gotten through but also to be looked at, listened to, and experienced. The episode is not just episode five of the sixth season, it is also a collection of arresting moments. This episode does not just have one stunningly directed moment, or one unforgettable shot; it has numerous, one right after the other. Not only have we lost one of the most beloved characters on the show, but it happened just seconds after we discovered the truth behind his origins. Oh you cruel, cruel man George R. R. Martin. We knew there had to be some meaning to the word ‘Hodor’ as soon as we realised at the beginning of the season that Wylis hadn’t always been a one-word man. As it turns out Hodor was actually “Hold the door” which is what Meera was shouting at Hodor when she was trying to escape with Bran from the White Walkers. Bran, who was at the time mind-melding with the dying Three-Eyed Raven, heard her tell him to warg into Hodor so they could escape, but in his confused state he warged into young Hodor in his vision. When he heard Meera telling him to “Hold the door” so did Wylis and it caused a sort of seizure which caused him to repeatedly yell “Hold the door! Hold the door! Hodor!” Yep, Bran and his super-convenient-at-explaining-the-past visions fucked up Hodor royally, but the large-hearted hero still died to save him. “The Door” succeeds is because of the number of times it return