Synopsis: Informed he has terminal cancer, an underachieving chemistry genius turned high school teacher uses his expertise to secretly provide for his family by producing the world's highest quality crystal meth.
Live post-game commentary isn't just for televised sports anymore. These days, it's increasingly common for a crew of experts to sit around breaking down all the bold plays executed by an episode of dramatic television after the credits roll.
We have plenty of stories where male protagonists fight adversity and triumph over it, with dedication, with fists, with spiritual and intellectual epiphanies that nurture individual growth. For female survivors of domestic violence, we don’t tend to offer a similar opportunity for triumph.
The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards were held last night in Los Angeles. And if you thought that NBC were somehow airing a repeat of last year's ceremony, you'd be forgiven: the awards were dominated by previous winners, with "Modern Family" tieing "Frasier"'s record for most victories in comedy, and "Br...