Were you introduced to a TV show or movie too late? Did you see something that was clearly only good to those who could watch it through nostalgia-colored glasses? Did timing just ruin pop culture for you? Read More This Open Thread Missed Some Pop Culture Moments
Well, we’ve sadly reached the end of this too-short series. I have to say that for a series finale that wasn’t intended to be such, it had a decent amount of closure. Read More MSCL: This is the End
This week’s episode, “Weekend,” is a nice respite from last week’s melodrama. The Chases are going away for the weekend with Graham’s brother and his girlfriend, and Rickie decides to stay with Angela and Danielle at the Chase house while they’re gone. Read More MSCL: Weekend
If you remember anything about this show’s original run, then you’ve been dreading this episode. I certainly had been. Read More MSCL: Betrayal
Well, it’s New Year’s Eve in the Chase house, and would you believe that our dear Angela is considering giving up being so lost in her own thoughts for the New Year? She decides not to do that, of course, and instead opts to stop doing Jordan’s homework for him. Read More MSCL: Episode 1.16, “Resolutions”
One thing I’ll say for this show: they’re pretty good at switching up the tone from week to week. We’ve finally come to the episode that any of you who watched probably know as the “Rickie is Homeless” episode, and it starts off right away showing us it’s going to be an intense one. Read More MSCL: Someone Wants To Love You
This episode, better known as “Rayanne Falls off the Wagon,” was painful to watch. First up, we see what Sober Rayanne is really like. She’s successfully completed her 30 days of counseling at school, and her counselor expresses concern that Rayanne lacks the support system necessary to maintain her sobriety. Read More MSCL: I Wanna Be Sedated
I am unable to contain my excitement that MSCL is finally on Netflix! When I first started recapping this show in December, it was available on Hulu. Then it disappeared from there, and for several weeks your fearless recapper had to watch it in 10-minute increments on YouTube. Read More My So-Called Life: Now on Netflix!