Thursday, March 28, 2013

SKY HOOK: In one of those weird confluences of our interests, we have to note that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is now writing about TV for Esquire, and while it's unsurprising he talks about NCIS and The Following, the fairly lengthy tribute to Switched At Birth and Bunheads is a bit more surprising.


  1. What an interesting, thoughtful and thought-provoking article. I spend so much time being angry about how women are portrayed on TV (bitchy, bossy, helpless) that I kind of forgot about the men. And I never would have guessed that the other person watching "Bunheads" with me was Kareem. I wonder if he wishes we just had "Gilmore Girls" back, too.

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  3. Adam C.1:56 PM

    I'm sorry, son, but you must have me confused with someone else. My name is Roger Murdock. I'm the co-pilot.

  4. Watts6:34 PM

    Why shouldn't he talk about the PEABODY AWARD WINNING "Switched at Birth"? (I'm not on the ABC Family publicity payroll, but sometimes I feel like I should be.)