USA NetwordThis is a preview of our pop culture newsletter The Daily Beast’s Obsessed, written by senior entertainment reporter Kevin Fallon. To receive the full newsletter in your inbox each week, sign up for it here.They love murder when it’s an assassin who is also an aspiring commercial actor. They love murder when it’s real, when it’s sad, when it’s unsolved, when they already know the story, when they’ve never heard it before, when it’s the subject of a gritty prestige drama series, when it’s the subject of a trashy movie of the week, when it’s on a channel devoted entirely to talking about it, or when it’s a group of tigers who possibly ate Carole Baskin’s husband.Murder as entertainment isn’t a cottage industry anymore so much as it is a compound of palatial estates, so prevalent as to spawn the aforementioned buffet of subgenres exploring it: In what mood would you like your homicide presented to you today? It’s that variety that makes Dirty John: The Betty Broderick Story, which premieres Tuesday on USA, so interesting a woman scorned murder drama series that’s journeyed through the looking glass.The first season of Dirty John, which aired last year on Bravo based on the popular podcast, was its own significant turning point, a new kind of collision of prestige drama and trash TV.
The City is also a great place for garage sales or, as in our case, a sidewalk sale. With our downstairs neighbors, we held a sidewalk sale to make a few bucks. We had all kinds of stuff and even the most unusual items sold. “I think he thought I was going to plant it in the left hand side, but I directed it to the other corner. It was an amazing feeling and the crowd just erupted,” Gus recalled. Cup for the first time ever, coming from a goal down to beat Bohemians.
It’s the only thing I’ve ever wanted in my life, and it’s gratifying to accomplish that. And then, oftentimes when you reach a goal or you accomplish something that you’d set out to do, it fails to deliver on an emotional level. I’ve experienced it so many times in life where I hit a bar that I wanted to hit, and it doesn’t feel the way I’d hoped you know? Is that all there is? and all that stuff..
Of course, all long running shows get accused of having lost it, and nowhere more so than on Internet newsgroups. The most obvious dig at the fans came in a scene in the episode that first aired Feb. 9, 1997. From Answers to Questions. The possibilities are boundless. The experience may even be addicting (in a good way).