Real Housewives of Atlanta: Season 6 Reunion Part 3: Bloody, Deep, Dark, Ugly


By CityFella After the well publicized fight in part one of The Real Housewives Reunion, last weeks (part  two) was a bit slow. Part three was ugly.  The war between Kenya and Nene often overwhelmed the show and at times became boring as the two circled the drain.   Andy Cohen lost control of theContinue reading “Real Housewives of Atlanta: Season 6 Reunion Part 3: Bloody, Deep, Dark, Ugly”

Real Housewives of Atlanta(ep21) The Softening of Monster Joyce?


By: CityFella I hate myself for saying this…….. Many people love their dogs. For many they’re more than a pet, they are one of the family as loved as much as one would love a child. I couldn’t get into Kenya Moore histrionics about her dog Velvet. I know she loves Velvet.  But as muchContinue reading “Real Housewives of Atlanta(ep21) The Softening of Monster Joyce?”

RHOA: “All in a Day’s Twerk” The Wisdom of Riley


By: CityFella With Mom-ster Joyce back in her cave, a wounded Kandi shares the detail of the argument.  Her assistant said  he knows exactly what her mother is going through. He said her mom probably doesn’t know where she fits in. He feels the same.   He feels like he may get cut out of her slowlyContinue reading “RHOA: “All in a Day’s Twerk” The Wisdom of Riley”

RHOA: Super Mini Review “All about Kendra” Coochie crack?


Season 5 of the Real Housewives of Atlanta opened with a  BANG!                                       The Sunday  (Nov 4)  premier was the most watched opener in Bravo’s History.   This Season joining Nene Leaks, Kim Zolciak*, Kandi Burruss, Phaedra Parks,Continue reading “RHOA: Super Mini Review “All about Kendra” Coochie crack?”

Friday Mash Up 1/27/2012


Newt is about to have a  real Hissy Fit! The former speaker of the house wasn’t  happy with NBC’s Brian Williams’ silencing of the audience During Monday’s debate in Tampa. This morning, his campaign is accusing Mitt Romney‘s campaign of packing Thursday night’s audience, like some kind of Republican establishment Snickers™ bar.   Thing have become so heated betweenContinue reading “Friday Mash Up 1/27/2012”

The Future of Glee


Going from nameless face in the crowd to bold-faced name in lights is not only a central theme on “Glee” but also at the heart of Oxygen’s new show “The Glee Project” — a reality competition show with the ultimate prize: a multi-episode arc on Fox’s hit musical comedy. But the road to McKinley HighContinue reading “The Future of Glee”

Critic’s Notebook: A high TV body count at the end of this season


Death by gunfire and just plain death were quite popular this year as a ploy to keep viewers. Too bad it’s all so routine and calculated. By definition, finale season is tough on a viewer’s nerves. Like a college lover heading home at the end of spring semester, your favorite show wants to make sureContinue reading “Critic’s Notebook: A high TV body count at the end of this season”

10/10/10: TV’s top 10 moments of the first 10 months of 2010


It’s been a big year in television, and we still have 82 days to go. To mark the date — 10/10/10 — here are the biggest moments of the first 10 months of 2010: January There was no holiday lull this new year. 2010 began with two departures that are still resonating across the TVContinue reading “10/10/10: TV’s top 10 moments of the first 10 months of 2010”