When you work a desk job, sometimes a snow day is great. Sometimes it’s a super productive work from home day, where you thank the Internet gods for enabling this. Sometimes it’s a lie on my bed with Netflix and occasionally check e-mail. Sometimes it’s both. Read More A Gif Recap of (Barely) Working from Home
If you’ve waited to get a dog, chances are you were waiting until you had achieved another goal first. Maybe that goal is working fewer hours, having more money, or having a fenced yard. That’s good, because having a dog requires you to change your lifestyle in ways you can’t always predict. Before you do ANYTHING else, you need to figure out if this is the right time for you to add a dog to your home. You need to look at the way you live now, carefully and realistically. Read More So You Want to Get a Dog: Is Your Lifestyle Dog Friendly?
The leaves are getting crisp. Giant men are hitting each other for fun. Jam is being made. It is fall, which to me means new TV shows and old TV shows. Well, it means TV in general. One of the best parts of TV shows are their theme songs. I love the intersection of music and visual entertainment. So in honor of fall TV, I bring to you my favorite TV themes of all time. Read More Ten Songs Keeping Me Sane This Week: Fall TV Edition
Finally, the post you’ve all been waiting for — my personal opinion on the top 10 best opening sequences in television. These are loosely ranked from last to best, because I’m non-committal and I let my emotions get involved near the end: Read More The Top 10 Best TV Opening Sequences
What the”¦ Huh? What? WTF?! Read More Gif It to Me Baby: WTF?!
New Congress. Same old misery thanks to violence against women and people of color. And the possible return of one of the best TV shows ever.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about my “dream house.” Read More Lunchtime Poll: Dream House
[SPOILER WARNING & TRIGGER WARNING FOR TALK ABOUT SUICIDE] It’s been eight years since House M.D. first aired on Fox and during that time we’ve ridden what sounds clichÃ©d but can only be aptly described as a rollercoaster. In the series finale, we tag along with House on his final joyride as he battles his greatest diagnostic challenge: himself. Read More “Everybody Dies”: The Series Finale of House M.D.