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1999 Stories by Jesse Berrett

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  • Once in Love With Amy

    published December 29, 1999

    The surprise hit Judging Amy is a kind of woman's standard, in the key of melodrama. More >>

  • The Heart of Monday Night

    published November 24, 1999

    The beautiful drama of broadcast football. More >>

  • This Sneetch Kills Fascists

    published November 24, 1999

    The wartime propaganda of Dr. Seuss. More >>

  • Magnus Mills: All Quiet on the Orient Express

    published November 10, 1999

    Magnus Mills All Quiet on the Orient Express Arcade IN PUBLICITY PHOTOS, Magnus Mills looks... More >>

  • Love Bites

    published November 10, 1999

    The unstoppable Jennifer Love Hewitt has the time of her life; viewers don't. More >>

  • The Harsher They Come

    published October 27, 1999

    Chris Carter's latest slice of millennial dread, Harsh Realm, takes the fun out of the apocalypse More >>

  • Portis' Head

    published October 20, 1999

    The crackpot odysseys of lost American master Charles Portis. More >>

  • Age of the Locust

    published October 13, 1999

    How does Hollywood suck? Fox's Action counts the ways. More >>

  • Little Red Book

    published October 13, 1999

    Ken Kalfus's new collection does for Russian fiction what his last collection did for the postmodern canon. More >>

  • Odd Man In

    published September 22, 1999

    Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends offers a televised tour of American eccentricity. More >>

  • Once More, With Feeling

    published September 15, 1999

    Watching Seinfeld six days a week makes one long for the golden age of syndication. More >>

  • The Evil That Pop Ironists Do

    published August 18, 1999

    The afterlife cop drama G. vs. E runs up against the mortality of hipness More >>

  • A Piece of the Rock

    published July 28, 1999

    Chris Rock returns with Bigger & Blacker, but is he funnier? More >>

  • Who the Man?

    published July 28, 1999

    Two new talk shows strip Nineties manhood down to its soiled skivvies. More >>

  • After This Commercial Break

    published July 14, 1999

    John Forde's scrappy television show, Mental Engineering, talks back to America's advertisers. More >>

  • Schoolhouse Talk

    published July 14, 1999

    University lectures on tape may be the most middlebrow product since Reader's Digest. So what's wrong with that? More >>

  • Left for Red

    published July 7, 1999

    William F. Buckley rehabilitates the image of Senator McCarthy; Tony Hiss defends his family name More >>

  • The Cable Guy

    published June 23, 1999

    HBO's dramatic series venture beyond the fantasyland of network television. More >>

  • The Hi/Lo Country

    published June 9, 1999

    Family Guy's madcap suburban Dada slips on more serious subjects. More >>

  • The Red News Diaries

    published May 26, 1999

    A new cable movie revisits the radical romance of Dashiell Hammett and Lillian Hellman. More >>

  • Entertainment Forever

    published May 12, 1999

    The robot mother of all celebrity shows soldiers on--with a Hollywood smile. More >>

  • Keeping the Faith

    published April 28, 1999

    Slightly off kilter, Englander's stories in his debut volume range all over the map, and slide freely across decades and tones. More >>

  • The Fox Hunt

    published April 21, 1999

    Rupert Murdoch's minions chase "reality" with a sympathy for law and order and an appetite for destruction More >>

  • Dale Ray Phillips: My People's Waltz

    published April 14, 1999

    Dale Ray Phillips My People's Waltz Norton MATTHEW MCCONNAUGHEY IS so imprisoned by his own... More >>

  • House of Payne

    published April 7, 1999

    Fawlty Towers comes to the states, but loses its class in translation. More >>

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