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Roger Catlin
Freelance writer, Washington Post, , TV Guide, TV Worth Watching, Vinyl District. Used to be disgusted..
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Smithsonian Magazine Sep 20
With a return to the Hirshhorn following his 1995 retrospective, Sean Scully presents his sublime Landlines series.
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
Really, there should have been one of the dragons or a whitewalker among the cast and creators of "Game of Thrones" accepting the best drama
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
Hannah Gadsby gets a big solo presenting gig at the . The only other one tonight was Michael Douglas.
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
Nice use of Aretha Franklin's live "Amazing Grace" for an "In Memoriam" segment that ends with her picture.
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
Emmy winning director of the Oscars was honored because he knows something about creating a moment at live events. So he uses his acceptance speech to create one, by proposing to his girlfriend.
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
Glad that "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" finally getting recognition, with wins for Darren Criss, Ryan Murphy.
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
Larry David had a weirder walk to present than RuPaul.
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
Bob Odenkirk's exquisitely timed appearance as presenter serves to remind us that "Better Call Saul" is about to start on AMC.
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
The message so far is: If you can't watch "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" on AmazonPrime, watch "Barry" on HBO.
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
Did Amy Sherman-Palladino and Alex Borstein both say "My crew, my crew, my crew - you're my everything." Maybe they just say that every day on set.
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
Tell the affiliates we're going long tonight.
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
I'm OK with the first two winners, with big wins after many years in the biz.
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
Looks like presenters don't even get to read (or introduce) nominees this year. So far they only come out to open the envelope (after briefly vamping).
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
At least opening number explains all those empty seats: Half of them were on stage.
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
opener answers the question: How would a mediocre "SNL" skit play out on a big L.A. stage in primetime? (Not well).
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
Weird early crowd wide shot at the switches from half-filled seats to quite different shot of other seats filled.
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
Hoda Kotb looks actually pained by the beauty of the stars on the red carpet.
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Roger Catlin Sep 17
The designer for Tracee Ellis Ross's dress apparently didn't have time to finish it, so she enters red carpet holding a lot of pink fabric.
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Roger Catlin Sep 16
Replying to @RealSparklePony
Thanks for pointing out. This was a case of a definition added in editing after I had just left it "approximating a crude phrase."
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Smithsonian Magazine Sep 11
Don't be surprised if a woman sings to you in 's Sculpture Garden.
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