We’re back to the monsters of Late Night, which occasionally includes hot takes on culture, which we’ve affectionately dubbed Fake News. Now that we’re into the semi-finals, we’re fine with admitting that the line is blurry.
This morning we get into another set of brackets loved by our editors, Based On A True Story vs. Women Be Doing It For Themselves. The bodies of the winners be bangin’!
Welcome to our health-focused bracket, wherein the Medical shows faceoff against the Crime-solving Savants in an effort to make the world both healthier and safer! Your best friend at work and your mom probably have some strong feelings ahead.
We’re back to visiting another time this evening, visiting our brackets with (mostly comedies) taking place or originally set in a vintage era. As is the case with our other brackets, we have some surprising upsets.
The line between Fake News and Late Night is, admittedly, a little blurry. All of these shows air, well, late. Some of the humor in a late night show relies on current events, whereas the satirical is inspired by—and occasionally creates its own—news. Trust us, though, we totally … Continue reading March Madness: Late Night vs. Fake News
These categories have a thin overlap, in that the stories depicted in Women Be Doing It For Themselves (that’s a Playing House reference, by the way) mirror closely to their lives. (Not that we know anyone who became best friends with their opponent because their husbands came … Continue reading March Madness: Based On A True Story vs. Women Be Doing It For Themselves
In our next tourney, we pit Crime-Solving Savants against Medical Dramas. The Savant trope seems especially prevalent on over-the-air television. (Hey, we have the second spin-off for Sheldon Cooper!) Sometimes the savant saves lives instead of ending terrorism, which should make things interesting if we … Continue reading March Madness: Crime-Solving Savants vs. Medical Dramas