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Sunday, January 1 1995

The Agency

PULL.


American Idol

When the potential Idol whined he was Season Five's Aiken, Simon Cowell responded acerbically, 'But Clay Aiken could sing.' With this one line, he perfectly encapsulated the problem with Idol.


American Family

PULL.


American High

The best parts of the show have had the least plot. Meeting the characters and exploring their backstories is more fun than watching anything they actually do.


Adult Swim

PULL.


Ally McBeal

At first, the fourth season's casting of Robert Downey, Jr. as a love interest for Ally seemed cheap and easy publicity for both show and actor. Maybe it was, but it paid off handsomely.


The American Embassy

'The American Embassy', no matter the PR concerning its political environment or interests, is essentially about relationships.


Yentl’s Revenge: The Next Wave of Jewish Feminism edited by Danya Ruttenberg

... is rich with shimmering moments of truth, flashes of brilliant insight, a wealth of fascinating personal experiences, and plenty of food for thought. The reader is drawn out of his or her own 'box' and into an intriguing, unfamiliar, and often exotic world. My honest reaction after finishing the book was to wish I could email all these interesting, lively women so we could keep the discussion going.


Washington by Meg Greenfield (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Under the Mink by Lisa E. Davis (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
To Repel Ghosts by Kevin Young (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Synners by Pat Cadigan (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
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