Aside from Poh and Jess, this includes Reynold Poernomo, Sarah Tiong, Khanh Ong and Brendan Pang, as well as Amina Elshafei - who is half Korean and half Egyptian - and Ben Ungermann - who is half Indonesian and half Dutch. … [Read more...] about ‘I am vibing with this episode!’ MasterChef viewers praise the cooking show for its Asian Australian representation and for showcasing diverse cultural cuisines
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LeBlanc’s Pucks! co-star, Morning Randolph (Mircea Monroe), keeps her breasts fake and perky, and her age is Hollywood’s worst-kept secret. And honourable mention goes to Myra (Daisy Haggard), the network’s head of comedy, despite having no sense of humour or even the ability to crack a genuine smile. In place of thoughtful assessment, she contorts her face in wild confusion, perhaps wondering, like us, why anyone would willingly work in television. A scene in which she tries to give the Lincolns “some notes” after a table read is genius, showing us you can be good at your job but it means nothing if no one else is. … [Read more...] about Episodes: Matt LeBlanc plays himself in a gleeful skewering of the Hollywood machine
It can be said that Konstantin’s heart attack, at least, is refreshing in its normalcy. He’s now a bundle of nerves, with The Twelve onto him for stealing a few million pounds from their coffers and his 14-year-old daughter showing signs of being a full-blown psychopath. A heart attack is a rather normal reaction to stress in this thrills-and-spills world. And normalcy is something that has been diminishing in Killing Eve. Where once it was the mix of cat-and-mouse tension, glamour and the mundane that made this show so exciting, now it’s tipped too far in favour of swagger, smarm and tryhard quirkiness. … [Read more...] about Killing Eve, season 3 episode 7 review: remember when there used to be espionage in this spy thriller?
Melville is also hoping a World Rugby seminar in France in March will produce further ways of improving the situation, either by designing better laws or reinforcing existing ones. With the game being played at increasing pace by bigger bodies who are enduring a rising number of collisions, doing nothing is clearly not an option. “This is a global problem” Melville said. “We can’t change the laws, but World Rugby can. We’re happy to help, we’ve got data and we have already been collaborating with them.” … [Read more...] about English rugby calls for tougher penalties for high tackles as injury severity rises
“While we would like to provide all the answers now, we need some time to get it right for the best interests of the game. Rest assured we are working on this as a priority and we will continue to send weekly updates to clubs.” … [Read more...] about RFU ends 2019/20 English season with immediate effect for all but Premiership