Christine Brandel was born in the American Midwest but came to life in England's East Midlands. Her poetry and fiction have appeared in literary journals all over the world, and in 2013, she published Tell This To Girls: The Panic Annie Poems. She rants and raves through her character Agatha Whitt-Wellington (Miss) on the blog, Everyone Needs an Algonquin. More of her work can be found at clbwrites.com. Find her on Twitter @clbwrites.
The Relentlessly Hopeful Comedy of 'The Last Leg' | 15 Aug 2017 // 9:00 PM
Political comedy is necessary these days. But hope is even more so. Thankfully, The Last Leg provides both.
The Perfectly Suitable, Perfectly Silly Comedy of Harry Hill | 18 May 2017 // 9:30 PM
Harry Hill pulls funny faces and he does stupid things. But these are things I like in a comedian (as opposed to, say, a US president).
Rage, Rivalry and Rose Hip Tea:' Veep: The Complete First Season' | 25 Mar 2013 // 11:10 PM
Thanks to Veep's sharp writing and excellent ensemble cast, Armando Iannucci's satirical look at the office of the Vice President lifts the lid on the powerlessness of those in power.
More Than Friends: 'Episodes: The Complete First and Second Seasons' | 8 Jan 2013 // 1:50 AM
Yes, Episodes is Matt LeBlanc's triumphant return to television comedy, but the show combines strong character development, wit, and good acting to deliver much more than just Joey to our screens.