Why Future vs. Russell Wilson is the NFL season’s best subplot

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While the rapper Future’s newest album, Dirty Sprite 2, isn’t always quickly paced or directly aggressive, listening to it always make you feel like an untouchable king who can’t be stopped. Someone who might just look up his old middle school bully, pay him a house call, ring his doorbell and kick him right in the nads.

In other words, it’s great hype-up music that’ll be a staple in locker rooms and sports arenas across the land for probably the next, oh, forever

Too bad for the Seattle Seahawks — and especially for their stadium DJ, as he revealed in a recent interview

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In the first episode of ‘Backstrom,’ Rainn Wilson is just another savant

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The following review discusses plot points from the first episode of ‘Backstrom.’ Do not read on if you have not watched the episode.

You’ve likely heard this one before: Brilliant but antisocial ____________ is called back on the job for his expertise in ____________ field, even though he’s made enemies throughout his career as a result of his standoffish nature

Basically, Fox’s Backstrom, is House in a police station. But while Backstrom certainly isn’t a show we need, is it a show we want?

We meet Detective Everett Backstrom (Rainn Wilson) — or, rather, we meet the pale and squalid bare torso of Wilson, better known to the world as The Office‘s Dwight Schrute — at a doctor’s office in Portland, probably across the country from Schrute Farms agritourism bed and breakfast Read more…

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