James Poniewozik

James Poniewozik writes TIME magazine's Tuned In column, about pop culture and society. Tuned In, the blog version, is about the stuff we used to call "TV," whether it's in your living room, on your computer or - once the networks figure out the technology and line up the advertisers - in your dreams themselves.

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Head Cases' Hebrew Hammer

If there were a special Emmy award for Acting That Is Much Better Than the Series Being Acted In, there would be some excellent entries this season. Fox’s Bones, which debuted last night, is an inexcusably cheesy CSI ripoff. But Emily Deschanel gives an unnecessarily honest, striking performance as a brusque scientist who is great

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Not the Same Girl I Used to Know

The problem with Martha Stewart—even before ImClone and prison—was supposed to be the coldness, the distance, the all-business, I’m-your-teacher-not-your-best-friend attitude. For me, though, that was reason number one to love Martha. Unlike almost any other daytime host, she did not care whether you liked her. She did not

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