Particularly savvy when parodying millennials and their one-sided relationship with social media, PONY shines a subtle, steady light on New York's surreal obsession with itself, and the results aren't pretty.
I refuse to get a smartphone because I don't judge the people who are entranced by their devices; I understand them. I too am guilty of such detachment, of the tendency to disconnect from reality in exchange for virtual reality.
Attention all shoppers! NBC's new comedy, Superstore, from the brain of Justin Spitzer -- whose credits include Scrubs and The Office -- is offering a "weekly deal" of laughs and heart to which you'll want to subscribe.
The query is usually related to some activity that the teen has in mind that they're fairly clear the folks wouldn't approve of but which they really (like, really) want to do anyway. So assessing the stupidity quotient of Mom and Dad is critical to the process.
Throw in Andrea Martin as a soap-opera actress playing a kooky housekeeper and exasperated theater director (Campbell Scott) juggling both a complicated love life and a fraught production, and it's all chaos, all the time.
Last year was a tumultuous one for South Africa and the country faces an uncertain 2016. But there are undercurrents that suggest otherwise -- budding signs of a deepening democracy. One of these is the Trevor Noah comedic phenomenon.
In the U.K. you don't get the star realtor types with glitzy headshots and names splashed across billboards. Instead you walk into one of the few estate agencies, and a nameless employee will take you to properties they've never even set foot in.
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