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TV’s Unresolved Sexual Tension – 3 Resolutions

The moment you talk about Unresolved Sexual Tension (UST) between television characters, two things happen: 1) The audience (and maybe the actors) will split as to whether or not the pair should become a couple; and 2) Someone will bring up Moonlighting…more than once. The 2012 season gives us three examples of how to deal with UTS…or how not to deal with UTS.


Holiday Watch: A Princess For Christmas

This is one movie I’m not going to beat around the bush about—it’s a delightful holiday fairy tale that is tender without the treacle, a fantasy while still being grounded, and doesn’t take itself so seriously that it loses its ability to be unashamed entertainment. A Princess For Christmas is a fun melting pot that takes the familiar and creates its own magic.


TV Execs, Don’t Be Afraid of TV Couples Coupling

Some show has a couple with chemistry…except they aren’t a couple. Their non-couple status is teased season after season. Why? Because we have to remember what happened to Moonlighting. It’s time we give it a rest. I don’t think I’m alone in feeling that the Moonlighting excuse has out-lived its warranty period.