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The 9 Best Thanksgiving TV Episodes to Watch on Turkey Day

Celebrate thanksgiving by hiding from your family and watching these fictional families enjoy turkey day!

Celebrating Thanksgiving usually entails a day of eating, answering uncomfortable questions from your family about your career and romantic life, hearing about your grandma's bunion surgery, and, if you're lucky, a well-earned doze in front of the TV. This year, given the social distancing guidelines, you may bypass the family time and go straight to the couch.

Regardless of your plans for Turkey Day, when that second helping of turkey starts to settle in your belly and your eyelids start to feel heavy, it's time to shove your cousin (or cat) over on the couch, settle in, and turn on one of these classic Thanksgiving-themed episodes.

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TV Reviews

The Worst COVID Inspired Media Made So Far

These tone deaf creations missed the ball completely

Johns Hopkins recently discovered that the COVID-19 pandemic currently "kills an American every 107 seconds."

But as the virus enters this brutal second wave, some creatives are already moving to profit off the latest American tragedy. It remains to be seen whether Grey's Anatomy and This Is Us will strike the right tone while implementing the pandemic into their scripts, but from blockbuster movies to stand alone TV shows, a lot of people are creating COVID content from scratch.

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Culture Feature

11 Most Memorable "Chappelle's Show" Sketches

It's time to revisit some classics.

On November 1, Netflix added all three seasons of Dave Chappelle's groundbreaking sketch comedy series Chappelle's Show.

The show debuted on Comedy Central on January 22, 2003. It would go on to become a critically acclaimed success and pop culture phenomenon, and it etched Chappelle's name in stone in the pantheon of comedy legends, along with the likes of Richard Pryor, George Carlin, and Eddie Murphy. Chappelle would use his platform to highlight racial disparities between Black people and other races with edgy and absurd humor. Here is a list of some of the most memorable Chappelle's Show sketches.

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Most Iconic Films And TV Set in the States Deciding the 2020 Election

What goes on in Pennsylvania? Nevada? Georgia? Arizona? North Carolina? Slow counting, yes, but also some iconic cinema.

I like to imagine myself as a member of the United States of New York City. In this world, AOC is President, Governor Andrew Cuomo is arguing with his brother Chris Cuomo on live television, and there is a bodega in the middle of Fifth Avenue where Trump Tower currently stands.

Unfortunately, this is not the case, but New York City is pretty great as is. But like any typical New Yorker, I am sometimes admittedly prone to tunnel vision. Thus, my peeks into life everywhere else in the United States are usually through the screen. Most days, it's television and movies.

This week, it's the election.

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Donald Trump’s 6 Most Heartbreaking Cameos

Sometimes you want to bask in the carefree nostalgia of an old movie when suddenly there's a Donald Trump cameo to ruin the mood.

Donald Trump on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"

From the late 80s to the early 2000s, it wasn't strange to be watching your favorite movie or guilty-pleasure sitcom of choice just to have the camera turn to the grinning face of Donald Trump.

How silly, you would have thought, laughing at the seemingly random cameo by the big baby billionaire, usually standing by some commercial real estate, then … forget.

Ever wonder why? Rumor has it that, for a while, to get permission to shoot at a Trump-owned location, directors needed to promise Donald Trump a part. Yes, sounds about right for a narcissist. Apparently, many of these scenes were filmed and cut before making it to the screen, but not all of them.

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TV Lists

6 Popular Black Sitcoms That Should Be on Netflix

These shows with strong black leads should be added to the streaming platform.

The addition of popular Black sitcoms from the '90s and early 2000s to Netflix's repertoire has been one of the highlights of the streaming platform in 2020.

Shows including The Parkers, The Game, and Sister, Sister have served as reminders of the golden era in Black prime time television. Here is a list of shows that should be added to Netflix.

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