Thursday, July 26 2012
This week Flash Points looks at the Penn State cover-up and examines the way powerful people typically go to great lengths to cover their collective asses. We also examine rape culture and the ethics of rape jokes.
Monday, February 7 2011
The Super Bowl isn’t just the biggest night of the year for football fans, it’s also TV advertising’s main event.
Tuesday, January 18 2011
Continuing out look at the year’s most notable television events, here’s what happened in April 2010.
Tuesday, March 23 2010
After thirteen seasons on Comedy Central, South Park is still one of the highest rated shows on cable, but is it still one of the funniest?
Friday, March 19 2010
Wednesday, December 16 2009
Sliding down chimneys in the middle of the night is not without its risks, which is why Santa needs to be one tough elf with survival tactics and fighting skills.
Wednesday, September 30 2009
When it comes to controlling the behavior of revelers at a wedding fest -- or rather, rolling with the behavior of revelers at a wedding fest -- a live band can adapt far better than the average DJ.
Thursday, March 12 2009
Sunday, August 24 2008
South Park uses transgressive means to further enlightened themes, the offensive means to be later isolated and paraded in publicity and spin.