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How Glee Conquered Fear

Since Glee began five years ago, they have been a beacon for story-telling. Whether it was Kurt’s coming out, gay and straight relationships, school violence, family troubles, and now death, Glee has shown us humanity. They shattered

How I Cut Cable

I think most guys in our demo watched a lot of television growing up. I still grew up mostly without the internet and I certainly grew up in an age without Wi-Fi in every house. My viewing

My Sitcom Pilot

Years ago two friends (Evan and Eric) and I wrote a situation comedy together. It was just something fun for us college friends to do over the summer. I spent a lot of time that summer shopping

Good Night Tonight

*Beginning in 2010, I began a bi-weekly column, “From Richard’s Oft Cluttered Desk” which appears every other Wednesday. I was set to be mad. I was itching to rip into NBC Universal. I am angry and disappointed.

5 Lessons From Seinfeld

My favorite television show of all time is Seinfeld. In every episode it seemed (even if they were about nothing) you could gleam a lesson or two about life from the story-lines. Here are some favorites to