Jeremy G. | WRITER
Profile: Jeremy Grayson
I'm a quiet, reserved sort of guy, with a lot of passion and energy for writing, and prone to occasional bursts of insanity where I get up and go do something else. Not especially outgoing, but known to have relapses. Kind of handsome in a nerdy sort of way.
I like to watch TV shows and talk extensively about them, much to the chagrin of those who spend copious amounts of time with me. One day, one of the peons in my friendship circle asked me, "If you love talking about TV so much, why don't you start a website?" After giving this idea all the two seconds of thought it needed, I decided his was a worthy suggestion. Which brings us to the present.
My extensive knowledge of popular culture has earned me the label "Fountain of Useless Knowledge" in my peer group, and I wear that badge proudly. In addition to the character-driven dramas and sitcoms I adore, I have a strong following of comic books and animation. I also have a strong love for chemical science and American history, but never mind those things.
In writing reviews, I try to make the case that television is more than just an assemblage of weekly plots designed for mere entertainment. I want to demonstrate how, when done right, television can act as a mirror which reflects on our society in vivid and unexpected ways. It can make us laugh, it can make us cry – but most importantly, it can make us think. It is my hope that this site can explain why. Or at the very least, that it can keep me from slowly, painfully cracking under the pressures of actual life. Whichever comes first.
Favorite Shows: Angel, Arrested Development, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Breaking Bad, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Daria, Deadwood, Frasier, Freaks and Geeks, Friday Night Lights, The Good Wife, Homicide: Life on the Street, Mad Men, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, My So-Called Life, Parks and Recreation, Seinfeld, The Shield, The Simpsons, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, The Twilight Zone, Veronica Mars, The West Wing
If you would like to contact me with any comments or advice regarding my reviews, you may do so at email@example.com. I can also be found browsing the Critically Touched Forum in case you're interested in a discussion.
Note that I am not the Head Administrator of Critically Touched. For general questions regarding the website, please contact my good friend MikeJer.