CliqueClack TV


Beyond the Wall Every Wednesday, Bob and Ivey explore the series 'Game of Thrones' as readers of the books. Spoiler-phobes beware!
British Clack In British Clack, we pay tribute to great shows, great actors and everything in-between from across the pond.
CartoonClack On Mondays, Katie clacks all things cartoons.
Character Clack Every Wednesday, the Clackers will dig into what makes some of their favorite characters tick.
Clacking in Color Each Tuesday, Jaylen clacks about the contributions of minorities in television.
Clacking with Julia Each month, look for all the clack about what's on TV, filtered through the mind of Julia Hass.
CliqueCaptions On Fridays, you try and write the caption to go with screenshots from popular and not-so-popular TV shows. Win fame and fortune! Not necessarily in that order.
CliqueClack Goes to the Emmys Julia Hass discusses her thoughts predictions and more about the Emmys
CommercialClack On bi-weekly Fridays, Tara and Michael sound off against one another over some long-time avoided staples of television: commercials.
Monthly Musings Each month An takes a look at a different TV-related pop culture event.
MusiClack Television and music have always held a symbiotic relationship. On bi-weekly Fridays, Tara and Michael explore some of what we've all seen and heard coming out our TV screens.
Not Quite Primetime Rachel's regular column about the shows she ... ahem, enjoys ... during the daytime hours
Quibbling Siblings Every Thursday, Brother and sister Bob and Deb argue (and sometimes agree) on their opinions of what's good and bad with television.
Ratings Clack On Mondays, Brett Love gives you the clack about the past week's TV ratings.
SpoilersClack Isabelle submits her best TV spoilers of the week, when she has 'em.
Things That Didn't Suck This Week Kona Gallagher's weekly column highlighting the gems of this week's television.
Webisode Clack Our clack about television-like episodes that are only online ... at least for the moment.
What's This Show? Each Tuesday, Aryeh reviews a show that’s new to him. Good idea, or punishment (his or yours)? You be the judge. But either way, if he had to watch it, the least you can do is read what he has to say.

CommercialClack – Yay! Nifty (sexist) vintage television ads!

While some of us might yearn for the wonderful world of black and white, the mannerisms back then leave much to be desired as we see in this week’s CommercialClack.

by Tara Shrodes

Liked Scrubs? Try Green Wing! – British Clack

Do you miss awesome, kickbutt absurdist comedy? Do you miss a lead with wavy brown hair, huge brown eyes and a huge crush on a fellow blonde doctor? Well, check out “Green Wing,” the British “Scrubs.”

by An Nicholson

Why all the hate on Lucy Liu as Watson? – Clacking in Color

CBS’ ‘Elementary,’ a radical reboot of the Sherlock Holmes tale, hasn’t even premiered yet … but is getting a lot of buzz thanks to casting Lucy Liu as Watson. Some folks are mad. In this week’s Clacking in Color, writer Jaylen Christie wonders … what the heck is the big deal?

by Jaylen Christie

Home Movies’ Shore Leave, a personal favorite – CartoonClack

Fairy towels and unflavored rice and giant explosions. The third season opener of ‘Home Movies’ shows us the more awkward moments of childhood when your parents force you to socialize with the unsociable.

by Katie Schenkel

Does ABC Family’s Bunheads portray body issues accurately? Yes. – Monthly Musings

Every month, Monthly Musings muses on TV pop culture events. This month An tackles ‘Bunheads” realistic portrayal of body issues in dance.

by An Nicholson

Ratings Clack – What is that Olympic Promotion worth?

The first results of NBC’s Olympic promotion are in, and they’re not encouraging. Over on cable, the news was much better for TNT with their big series finale for ‘The Closer’, and premiere of ‘Major Crimes’.

by Brett Love

Wait! There was a This Is Spinal Tap week … ?!?

Yes! There was! All the links are contained below for your dining and dancing pleasure. We made it easy for you because that’s what we do … and because (most of us) are good people.

by Michael Noble
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