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How Defying Gravity would have ended: the final chapter

After twelve months since last posting about how the ill-fated series ‘Defying Gravity’ would have progressed, creator James Parriott reveals all that’s left to tell of the series, including its ultimate ending.

by Keith McDuffee

Poll: What canceled series needs wrapping up the most?

A lot of TV series have been canceled, leaving us hanging. If you could see a wrap-up movie of any of them, which series would you choose?

by Debbie McDuffee

This jury is still out on The Deep End

And Malcolm, well he’s … um … ah … Well, truthfully, his has got to be one of the worst character introductions in television history.

by Ivey West

Seven things that will happen while listening to the Glee soundtracks

Purchasing the two Glee soundtracks will make you happy, allow you to sing out loud in public, drum on anything solid, and even tear up a bit.

by Richard Keller

A slew of DVD mini-reviews: Better Off Ted, Glee and Defying Gravity

Better Off Ted – The Complete First Season The good: you get all of the episodes of the first season of this great comedy series, which is now in its second season (hopefully not its last, though it is in serious danger). The bad: that’s pretty much all you get. There are no special features […]

by Keith McDuffee

The twelve (or so) days of Christmas, CliqueClack style

We all wanted to do something festive for the 2009 holiday season, but we didn’t want to do the same thing as we did last year. No, this holiday season we give you our own rendition of ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’, in our own not-really-twelve and not-at-all-sing-songy way. Enjoy and happy holidays! On the […]

by Keith McDuffee

Why Defying Gravity was destined for oblivion

Today’s Guest Clack is from Izzy Plumbly, a writer from Manchester, England who has a full-blown addiction to TV and has never quite gotten over the mess that was Buffy season six. Or the last episode of Angel. But The Wire and Sons of Anarchy soon made up for those, as did Mad Men, Bones […]

by Guest Clacker