Category Archives: Enlighted

Getting to “yes”: Redefining “big” stakes in modern television

The best and worst thing about having years of thoughts about television easily searchable online is that anyone can point to two statements that seemingly contradict one another and exclaim, “Aha! Hypocrite! Turn in your critic’s badge at the door and henceforth be gone from Al Gore’s interwebs!” Which is, of course, silly. There’s no […]

The circle, the line, the turtle, and the helping hand

saturday, 31 august 2013 It’s 1:30 in the afternoon, and I’m ascending into heaven. At least, that’s what I think I’m doing. I’m playing “Journey,” a downloadable game for the Sony Playstation. It’s been out for about a year, but like with most things non-TV related, I’m a latecomer to it. To call it a […]