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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Though “Disenchanted” seeks to rekindle the magic of its precursor, it falls short on almost every front.
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Though “Disenchanted” seeks to rekindle the magic of its precursor, it falls short on almost every front.
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Above all, however, “Luca,” like its characters, just wants to have a good time. It achieves its goal, delivering fun to its protagonists and audience alike.
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Above all, however, “Luca,” like its characters, just wants to have a good time. It achieves its goal, delivering fun to its protagonists and audience alike.
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The roster of sketches was unfortunately — and unusually, even judging by the season standard so far — lacking.
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The roster of sketches was unfortunately — and unusually, even judging by the season standard so far — lacking.
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There is potential for a return to form for future episodes, but if the quality of the premier is a sign of things to come, then buckle up, folks — because we are in for a long season.
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There is potential for a return to form for future episodes, but if the quality of the premier is a sign of things to come, then buckle up, folks — because we are in for a long season.
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Our list of people who should have hosted the 2020 Oscars ceremony includes actors, actresses, musicians and potent personalities who have the right amount of skill and charisma to do the job. 
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Our list of people who should have hosted the 2020 Oscars ceremony includes actors, actresses, musicians and potent personalities who have the right amount of skill and charisma to do the job. 
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What becomes increasingly clear throughout these sketches is the show’s emphasis on screen time for some candidate impressions over others.
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What becomes increasingly clear throughout these sketches is the show’s emphasis on screen time for some candidate impressions over others.
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The network seems to be responding by doubling down on its animated comedies and poaching literally the entire cast of “Parks and Recreation.”
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The network seems to be responding by doubling down on its animated comedies and poaching literally the entire cast of “Parks and Recreation.”
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Though the show featured some pleasantly surprising wins and an impressive number of awards given to artists of color, the moments we could champion were quickly snuffed out by those that disappointed.
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Though the show featured some pleasantly surprising wins and an impressive number of awards given to artists of color, the moments we could champion were quickly snuffed out by those that disappointed.
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In a key moment that demonstrates this in “The Second Part,” the characters joke about how the “Everything Is Awesome” track from the original film “never gets old,” even though every viewer that has been watching since 2014 would, hopefully, disagree.
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In a key moment that demonstrates this in “The Second Part,” the characters joke about how the “Everything Is Awesome” track from the original film “never gets old,” even though every viewer that has been watching since 2014 would, hopefully, disagree.
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Awards shows snubbing great art is nothing new, so rather than sit with the ennui, here are 11 random things from season two of “The Good Place” that made us think, “Wow, what a good forking show that should be nominated for every category that it qualifies for.”
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Awards shows snubbing great art is nothing new, so rather than sit with the ennui, here are 11 random things from season two of “The Good Place” that made us think, “Wow, what a good forking show that should be nominated for every category that it qualifies for.”
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