About "Gunned Down: Annie Get Your Gun Is an Epic Misfire":
"Expecting Annie to be anything but a long-dead warhorse and a thin vehicle for cliches about blue hairs is like expecting Hollywood to spend half a billion dollars making Maria Irena Fornés' Mud." — neondragon
About "Bad Month for Memphis" and a long list of embarrassing reasons:
"I'm just glad Barb didn't join in the dance action over on the satellite stage." — mad_merc
About "Fullilove Withdraws Non-Discrimination Ordinance and Resolution":
"Let's face it, GBLT folks. Memphis doesn't want us to contribute to its economy. We all need to get the hell out of this sinkhole of a city and go to a more progressive place with real leaders.
A C's silence speaks volumes." — awculv
About "Memphis Beat: I Want To Be Free" and the season finale:
"I personally love the show. If Jason Lee is lip-synching on those songs, he does an excellent job. I truly believed when I first started watching the show that he was really singing and I looked forward to each song at the end of each show. He plays a cop with a heart and 'soul.' And, yes, to that I do think he is making Elvis proud. Thank you for such a wonderful show."
— Heavenly Heart
Comment of the Week:
About "Bad Month for Memphis":
"Bad month for Memphis indeed — we came across as a backwards, anti-gay city this month — why not just show the creative class the door?" — tech
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