I’ve been watching season three of Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. The last episode I watched Clark came clean to his new fiancÃ©e, Lois, that he’s been saving himself for the right woman. Which, as it so happens, is Lois. Lois freaks. She certainly didn’t save herself for him.
I recently watched an episode of The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. in which a guest character qualified for the stereotype of Headstrong Woman. Brisco (Bruce Campbell) and his male partner were paid by three women to help them track the gang who stole their belongings on their move out west. When the two men
It’s a tie! Between Deanna Richardson from All Saints and Lauren Reed from Alias. Hmmm, it just occurred to me that both actresses (Sibylla Budd and Melissa George respectively) are Australian. Man, we really got screwed over by that FTA. On second thought, I give it to Reed. She and Richardson both start off as
Young Riders deserves a whole series of articles, and I may just manage to give it that. It started airing in 1989, and chronicled the adventures of a group of Pony Express riders in the old west. Even though it was a fast-paced action show, the writing always managed to convey character and motivation, rather
There are very few women on television that I actually enjoy watching, at least when I compare them to the sheer volume of the ones that make me cringe. So many female characters are a stereotype of some sort – Mary Sue, drippy/dippy lovelorn fool, sexpot, quirky girl, etc. Are women so incredibly tough to