Interview with Ryan Taerk from @kleffnotes

I had the chance to chat via email with Ryan Taerk. We chatted primarily about his current series, The Communist’s Daughter, as well as some of his other work. Thank you so much to Ryan for answering all of my questions.

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86’d Series Highlight from @kleffnotes

86’d is a new Brooklyn-based comedy series that released this week. Alexandra Spieth, from [Blank] My Life, has crafted a new mini-series that blurs the lines between morality and what can benefit you personally. The six episode series has been released in full as of March 15th on BRIC TV and is a delightful watch.

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And Then We Screamed Gay Fred in Excitement from @kleffnotes

Krista has been introducing me to a number of legal shows and we recently got caught up on All Rise. Now we are stuck waiting for weekly episodes and this week a new episode dropped that did not disappoint. For those who don’t know, All Rise is a series focused primarily on Judge Lola Carmichael who has recently been made a judge in Los Angeles. In the second season they have had to adapt like most shows to Covid restrictions and the actor who plays Lola, Simone Missick is frequently shown through screens or away from the rest of the cast. This most recent episode is odd because she doesn’t appear at all. They don’t explain why, but since she is not present this allows for a focus on a different judge, Lisa Benner.

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Chyler Leigh?!: Girls Club and the Lost Lines of Chyler Leigh from @kleffnotes

Did you know Chyler Leigh was in a legal drama in 2002? I have a feeling almost no one knows this happened, but yes in 2002 she was one of the three lead characters in Girls Club. The series was very short lived and was cancelled after just two episodes, but the first episode still exists on YouTube. Normally I wouldn’t direct you to what is a very low quality video that appears to have been recorded with a VHS tape, but Girls Club exists nowhere else that I can find on the internet and with the early cancellation it appears that only the very first episode was ever saved by the magic of the internet.

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Reasons for Delays in Our Star Wars Marathon from @kleffnotes

I thought I would share some of the reasons behind out Star Wars marathon delay. Krista and I had planned to focus solely on Star Wars in January and we then realized into February because there is just so much to watch. We were going strong when we made it through the Prequels and Clone Wars, but wound up stalling at Solo. We both love Solo and there is a reason this one keeps getting pushed out, which means the whole marathon gets pushed.

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The Final Four Episodes of Clone Wars and Revenge of the Sith Timeline from @kleffnotes

Now that Krista and I have made our way through The Clone Wars we also watched Episode III, Revenge of the Sith, pretty immediately afterward. While we were watching the last four episodes of the television series we noticed a … Continue reading The Final Four Episodes of Clone Wars and Revenge of the Sith Timeline from @kleffnotes