He now thinks Class Enemy a bit crude, a bit preachy.
The Interpreter does get a bit preachy at times with its (thinly) veiled resemblance to current political issues.
Without trying to sound preachy, the merits of lying are obvious.
The last third is a bit of a disappointment, because it gets preachy, loses its hard edge, and gets soft.
The episode was far from standard West Wing, at times it became preachy.
Luckily the entertaining value of the show prevents it from becoming too preachy.
He is clear, articulate, and never preachy.
Entertaining but not too deep and more than a little preachy.
But others believe that we should not be so preachy and be friends with them and do the long term thing.
And the adults (and Clark himself) are somewhat preachy at the end.
preachy self help book.
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