Category Archive: Television

Really Useful Engines

By: Connor Lenahan For all of 2014 I have been able to post an article every single day. This is incredibly fun and rewarding for me to do, as I felt I’ve grown… Continue reading

Crossovers

By: Connor Lenahan So this fall Family Guy and The Simpsons will be crossing over for an hour long episode. Look, I’m an optimistic person and all, and I would be lying if I claimed that… Continue reading

The Project

By: Connor Lenahan Last fall there was an announcement made regarding my favorite television show of all time, The Simpsons. The announcement was that the cable channel FXX had purchased the rights to every… Continue reading

Characters

By: Connor Lenahan Something dawned on me the other day while I was finishing the first season of True Detective while flying back from Ireland. I have no business ever trying to become a… Continue reading

Trains

By: Connor Lenahan This post has been a long time coming. Without question the defining show for my childhood was and is Thomas The Tank Engine. There is no second place. This show is… Continue reading

Pyramid of Greatness

By: Connor Lenahan I have spent the a great amount of time this summer not just working at Boston University, but watching Netflix as well. A few weeks ago I finished the masterful House… Continue reading

The New Internet Fight

By: Connor Lenahan I’m not sure I have much to add here. John Oliver kind of covers everything about this story. It’s a good thing he does too. Net Neutrality is something that… Continue reading

Butterfly In The Sky

By: Connor Lenahan If you don’t grow up with Reading Rainbow you are an evil, soulless monster. Too strong? No. It’s just the truth. In reality, if you grew up in the past twenty or… Continue reading

Simple Simpson

By: Connor Lenahan My current writing class at Boston University revolves around sitcom characters. For our final paper we were given free reign to choose our own topic on which to write about.… Continue reading

21-1

By: Connor Lenahan I’ll be the first to admit I am a gigantic nerd. I am obsessed with many different things that could be considered embarrassing for a 19-year-old to spend considerable amounts… Continue reading