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The Once Free Press: Excuse me sir, uh madam, I’m here to ask about the statement the Press Secretary made about the crowd size at the inauguration…. KellyAnne Conway: Ah yes! The one and half million people who showed up for our Great Leader, the largest crowd ever. It was … The Once Free Press: […]

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Marion on January 17, 2017

Whether you’ve been waiting to find out the fate of Peter Quinn, or looking forward to the Sherlock finale, you’re probably feeling disappointed by now. But cheer up, and check out my snarky recaps at The Agony Booth!

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TV has asked us to identify with a lot of antiheroes—mob bosses, teachers turned drug kingpins, Soviet-era spies who kill sweet old ladies—but embracing genocidal war criminals feels like a bridge too far. Even worse, Season 2 of The Man in the High Castle vilifies the resistance. It’s like they remade Casablanca, but focused on the […]

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Marion on December 13, 2016

Just like a certain, soon to be leader of the free world, Demon Angela acts like a spoiled brat, but really just wants respect — and obedience, and to make people kneel down and kiss her feet, and to bang her daughter. Join me for this week’s recap of The Exorcist, S1 – E9, 162 over […]

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Marion on November 21, 2016

This week on The Exorcist — The Griefbearers:  Father Tomas makes some dumb calls, and Father Marcus goes along, probably because he’s exhausted or bedazzled by Tomas’ good looks, or possibly under the influence of Satan. We say good-bye to at least one, but maybe two supporting players. Casey’s exorcism is completed but it didn’t […]

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