José Lopez

Class of 2015


  • Supergirl follows the heroics of Kara Zor-El

    I have a golden rule when it comes to TV shows: I can only make judgments on whether or not the show is going to be worthwhile after watching three episodes. After this week’s episode, I am finally able to formulate my opinion on the new CBS show Supergirl. After the trailer caused some uproar in the comic fan community, because it was selling the TV show like the Saturday Night Live’s (SNL) *...

    Pillbox | November 16, 2015
  • Master of None premieres this Friday

    Popular comedian Aziz Ansari will release ten episodes of his new television series, Master of None, to Netflix on Friday, Nov. 6. Ansari gained fame and popularity with his portrayal of Tom Haverford on Amy Poehler’s comedy Parks & Recreation, in which Haverford navigated the politics of small government with loose morals and bizarre antics. Since then, Ansari has entertained his fans with va...

    Pillbox | November 2, 2015
  • Presidential candidates try late night comedy

    From making appearances in late night TV shows to the GOP Presidential Debate, this has been a busy week for many presidential candidates. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon had Donald Trump as a guest early in the week, who Fallon then vigorously mocked throughout the rest of the week. Fallon’s show also brought in Hillary Clinton after the GOP Debate and made even more fun of Trump. On *La...

    Pillbox | September 21, 2015
  • Extra dramatic VMA Awards

    This year’s Video Music Awards were an overwhelmingly political event. From the get-go, various choices that the producers made this year were questionable or ill advised. Miley Cyrus as the host was one of the choices I did not agree with. She has never hosted a single awards show, nor does she have much experience with live television in front of such a large audience. Miley has also been known ...

    Pillbox | September 14, 2015
  • Coverage of primaries changes U.S. television

    This summer has been an interesting one. There hasn’t been a summer this politically charged in recent memory. From Greece’s financial crisis to the presidential race in the U.S., it has been a lot to keep track of. Lately, entertainment and media have focused on the presidential race, especially the Republican primary race. Although we are still 6 months away from the actual primaries, every sing...

    Pillbox | August 31, 2015

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