I will have a lot of thoughts on FX’s “Tyrant” tomorrow, but if you are deciding whether to watch tonight, may I point you to Maureen Ryan, James Poniewozik, Alan Sepinwall and Todd VanDerWerff’s reviews? And “Tyrant” leads to our question of the day: What are your favorite fictional depictions, be they realistic or fantastical, of Middle Eastern countries? Recently, I have been particularly fond of “Wadjda,” “The Mirage” and “Alif the Unseen.”
* This campaign for the 25th anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act is pretty nifty.
* New Icona Pop, for all your summer party needs.
* I quite liked “The Girlfriend Experience,” and I will be curious to see what a television show based on it looks like.
* Apparently, we are getting a musical about the Clintons. I am still waiting on “Rodham” to go into production.
* Actually, Gary Oldman, a lot of people manage to get through life without insulting gay people or Jews in the heat of anger.
* A bibliography for Ta-Nehisi Coates’s “The Case for Reparations.”
* Yael Stone on her second-season performance in “Orange Is The New Black.”
* Have a wacky, headphones-required, short Western: