by: Dylan Gwinn | Monday, August 24, 2015 - 7:57am

I Am Cait” is nothing but a study in massive contradiction. On Sunday’s episode, “Take Pride,” Bruce Jenner’s weekly journey into the absurd continued as he took on two new and fearsome opponents: the pronouns “they” and “them.”

In this scene, Jenner lunches with two other trans people who appear borderline-offended that Jenner continues describing the trans community as “they” and “them”:


>> Chandi: So are you starting to feel as if you are a part of this community?

>> Caitlyn: Yes. Um, I have learned-- because of you guys...

>> Chandi: Mm-hmm.

>> Caitlyn: ...So much.

>> Candis: But sometimes, when you do say "Them" and "They," it's like you're not including yourself...

by: Alexa Moutevelis Coombs | Thursday, August 13, 2015 - 11:21pm

On Christmas Eve 1968, after successfully becoming the first men to orbit the moon, the crew of Apollo 8 read from the book of Genesis. According to Wikipedia, at the time, it was the most-watched tv broadcast ever.

American Atheists founder Madalyn Murray O'Hair sued NASA over the reading and it was because of this lawsuit (which ultimately failed before the Supreme Court) that Buzz Aldrin was asked not to recite Scripture on the air when he received Communion after stepping on the moon.

So imagine my surprise when ABC aired a beautiful recreation of the Apollo 8 Genesis reading in the episode titled "The Dark Side" of the tv show The Astronaut Wives Club:

...back on Earth,...

by: Dylan Gwinn | Thursday, August 13, 2015 - 7:56am

This week’s episode of USA’s Mr. Robot saw the computer-hacker, techno-geek drama finally get over its mid-season identity crisis, and get back to its obvious intended purpose: glorifying cyber revolution for the purpose of mass income redistribution.

In an episode called “eps1.7wh1ter0se.m4v” (it’s a cyber-geek computer hacking show. What do you expect?) “Darlene” (Carly Chaikin) gets the liberal crazy-train back on the rails by doing what liberals love to do most: preaching about revolution and saving the world from the 87th floor of luxury high rise apartment buildings in Manhattan:



>>What if this all went away? The city. The money. All of it.

>>What, like a zombie apocalypse or something...

by: Dylan Gwinn | Monday, August 10, 2015 - 8:58am

In this week’s episode of “I Am Cait,” Bruce Jenner decided to deliver a shot in the arm to his new show’s sagging ratings by talking about that most inspirational and up lifting of topics: Poverty rates and sex trafficking among transgenders!

In an episode titled “The Road Trip: Part 2,” Jenner spends the opening moments of the show in a meeting with a bunch of other transgenders, and a lawyer from the Human Rights Campaign named Amanda Gill. Yet, this is no ordinary meeting. Watch the clip carefully, specifically after Gill drops her line that trangenders have a poverty rate four times higher than the national average.


>> Angelica: A lot of people who want to be seen as heroes and want to,...

by: Dylan Gwinn | Thursday, August 6, 2015 - 1:27pm

It’s been kind of a rough couple millennia for Christians in the Middle East. Whether faced with persecution from Jews, Romans, Palestinians, Syrians, Egyptians, Iraqis, or ISIS, the common denominator has always been Christians remaining strong and showing unbelievable courage, but pretty much living in a world where everyone and everything tries to kill them.

Enter FX’s series, Tyrant. Tuesday night’s episode, titled Fathers and Sons, provided us with a pleasant departure from the historical Middle Eastern norm. In other words, this time the terrorists are the ones who get blown up.

In this scene “Khalid” aka Barry Al-Fayeed (Adam Rayner) leads of a band of fighters called The Red Hand, who oppose the terrorists. As he hides on a roof top with his soldier, waiting for the terrorists who are coming to kidnap Christian families to arrive so he can blow them up, Khalid and his soldier have a really cool heart-to-...

by: Dylan Gwinn | Thursday, August 6, 2015 - 7:59am

The struggles that immigrant/refugee families face upon arrival in our land of opportunity are manifold. Meager beginnings, language barriers, overcrowded neighborhoods, famine, disease, and having to navigate the art industry’s treacherous web of itemized deductions and adjusted gross income calculations.

Wait, what?

Oh, yes. On last night’s episode of USA’s Mr. Robot, an episode titled “eps1.6v1ew-s0urce.flv” (don’t ask. It’s a computer/hacking show), our two millennial revolutionary wannabes Darlene (Carly Chaikin) and Trenton (Sunita Mani) meet on a lush college campus field, where they discuss why their revolution aimed at overthrowing the U.S. financial system means so much to them.

>> My parents were born in Iran. They came here like everybody else, for freedom, but my dad works 60-hour weeks to...

by: Dylan Gwinn | Monday, August 3, 2015 - 7:54am

Just like the Christian groups that liberals so revile, the ones that provide therapy for young people to change them from gay to straight, the reality show “I Am Cait” provides conversion therapy designed to turn Bruce Jenner into a Liberal, instead of just accepting him for who he really is. Such was obvious on Sunday night’s episode of Jenner’s new reality series, an episode titled, “The Road Trip: Part 1.”

About halfway through the episode, Jenner proceeded to commit the Cardinal Sin of liberalism by suggesting that homeless and unemployed kids should get a job:


>> Caitlyn: I'm sure you've heard a lot of stories.

>> Chandi: I've heard plenty of stories....

by: Alexa Moutevelis Coombs | Thursday, July 30, 2015 - 11:56pm

Trouble in paradise! ABC's "Mistresses" has been pushing polygamy and polyamory lately, but in the most recent episode, titled "Murder She Wrote," they discover three person relationships are hard!

In this scene, Alec and Vivian (who are married to each other) are fighting about the fact that Alec didn't tell her he had sex alone with Karen (who is the third person in their polyamory relationship) while Vivian was away.


-Vivian: ...I knew you would immediately become defensive.
-Alec: I'm not defensive. I'm angry.
Karen: I understand why you're upset.
-A: And for the record, I wouldn't be angry if you'd at least come to me first. Aren't I at least owed that?
-V: But you were the one who made the decision to lie to me.

by: Dylan Gwinn | Thursday, July 30, 2015 - 11:37pm

Given our dire need for subject matter far less ghoulish than what we have been subjected to this week, I present to you with this humorous scene from tonight’s episode, titled Ejecta, of CBS’ “Under the Dome.” Julia (Rachelle Lefevre) and ‘Big Jim’ (Dean Norris) provide us with proof that there are still Hollywood writers willing to take shots at liberals.

-That all you got? You got to put your gut into it. Indy!

-He's a dog; he can hear us. I'm trying not to scare him away.

-Indy's not a liberal. He doesn't get scared of everything.

-Indy! Indy!

by: Dylan Gwinn | Tuesday, July 28, 2015 - 8:49am

Fireworks flew early and often on this week's episode "All the Trimmings" on ABC Family’s “Becoming Us,” as Carly’s ex-wife ("Carly" self-identifies as a woman, but is a man who used to be named Charlie) committed that most unforgiveable of sins: reminding Carly that he is a parent with actual, real-life responsibilities. Predictably, this did not end well.

- You look kinda cranky.

- I'm not cranky.

- Are you sure?

- Yeah. Thanks for coming.

- Sure. You have some lipstick right on top. What's up, am I in trouble?

- You sent me a text message last week and quite frankly, I'm pretty furious about it.

- Okay, well this'll be fun.

- And... You're about to go off to Arizona.

- Arizona, yeah....