This episode largely concerns the secrets that women so often carry, some of them to the grave.
In this episode, Martha's world begins to fall apart, both on a professional and personal level.
God splashes into the storyline of "Born Again" in a big way, dragging along several major characters in His wake.
In the latest episode we learn about the deadly craft of spying as it plays out in these damaged souls' lives. Targets, assets, friends, lovers, rivals.
As a champion of enlightened phoniness in TV journalism, Stewart has proven himself to be one-of-a-kind, a fake who's unrivaled as the real deal.
There's no shortage of creativity out there. It's simply a matter of whether it's being repressed. And it is - in the interest of profit. Another effect of capitalism.
The situation is kind of grim, and so is the program. On the light side, there's a dog.
The first review I read said that "Tyrant" was overly cruel and sadistic. Isn't the justification for adult programs that go beyond normal bounds that all the mayhem is necessary to tell the story?
The suspension of "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson has gotten some backlash from conservative fans, but they are in the tiny minority as American culture undergoes a profound shift in attitudes towards gay and lesbian people.
The recent qualitative drop in Hollywood films has left a "creativity vaccuum," which is now being filled on the small screen.