Wake me up when Malia Obama is the President and we’ve figured out a way to make eyeglasses smudge-proof and Viola Davis has seven Oscars and in order to get a driver’s license you have to correctly identify three instances of shade.
“It is not surprising that President-elect Trump once tried to sue the company that he is now interested in saving,” Scott Dworkin, Senior Advisor to the Democratic Coalition Against Trump, said in a statement.
In constantly delaying the payoff, a show like Westworld allows its viewers, through Reddit forums and podcasts and water-cooler conversations of all types, to work out every potential outcome and complication, an exhausting exercise in denying ourselves the potential to be surprised.
Beyond my confusion at all the praise heaped on Casey Affleck’s perfectly competent performance of a character who, for the most part, has exactly one note, the reminder that he was accused of sexual harassment in 2010 has made Manchester's unmitigated buzz particularly confusing.
This jubilant celebration of the Obamas’ final National Christmas Tree Lighting on Thursday—featuring Eva Longoria, Kelly Clarkson, white Santa Claus and Sasha Obama mouthing Chance the Rapper lyrics as he performed—is almost apocalyptic in nature.