Why Jim Halpert is the Man of Everyone’s Dreams

By: Sam Miller

If you’re not familiar with the American version of the show The Office, go ahead and watch it all on Netflix right now.  That’s okay; I’ll wait until you’re done. Continue reading

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The Office: The Best of Jim and Pam

By: Sam Miller

Jim and Pam (The Office U.S.) are one of the cutest television couples by far. Their chemistry in the show is so good that the relationship has become real to the viewers. This article discusses the episodes that highlight this amazing relationship as it blossoms and grows into the epic love story of Jam. So go ahead—log on to your (or your friend’s) Netflix account, start binge watching, and feel enveloped in their love. Continue reading

New Girl Christmas Episodes, Ranked

By: Sam Miller

If you’re not obsessed with New Girl and all the hilarity that is the loft, you’re doing it wrong. If you are, you know that they’re Christmas episodes are lit like a Christmas tree (or menorah, for all you Schmidts out there). Throughout the six seasons they’ve had so far, there have been four episodes that revolve around the holidays. They’re all available on Netflix, so feel free to eat them up like a plate of cookies left out for Santa. Here they are, ranked: Continue reading

Legends of Tomorrow: Captain Hunter or Captain Lance?

By: Gabrielle Muniz

Rip Hunter and Sara Lance both make great leaders of the Legends of Tomorrow. They can navigate a time ship with relative ease, defend themselves, and think on their feet. This is what made them work so well together, but after Rip seemingly died at the beginning of season two, Sara was left in charge. On top of it all, there are new members to help with the cause: the Justice Society of America (JSA) and Nate Heywood, also known as “Steel.” Many things changed in the team’s dynamic, and some can say that the team is lost without Rip. Still, Sara being captain benefits the team in different ways. So, who makes the better captain? Continue reading

Why Veronica Mars was an Amazing Show (and why it Should Come Back)

By: Sam Miller

I got into the Veronica Mars world a little late, having started watching during its premiere of the third—and unfortunately last—season. I stumbled upon it on accident, having left the TV on after watching an episode of Gilmore Girls. However, each week after that, my mom and I would leave the TV on and keep watching. We quickly became obsessed with Veronica and the world of Neptune. After the show ended, fans had to wait a while (seven years!) before a Kickstarter was created that brought the beloved characters back, but this time in the form of a movie. This show was clearly loved by many. Let’s take a look at a few reasons why this was such an amazing show—and why it should come back.

*This post contains minor spoilers! Continue reading