*According to my roommate Tired of those ladymags with their crazy suggestions about how to dress or what’s trendy or what’s cool? Well just in time for summer, this ladymag has some suggestions for fun things you can do with your friends, as my roommate has attempted all of these activities with me.
I know that picking on Blake Lively’s Preserve is pretty low-hanging fruit, just purely based on its lack of self-awareness and obvious attempts at recreating the eliteness of goop while also trying to be the All-American every girl and failing at all of this. This is why this week’s “Ladymags According to…” features someone who […]
It’s almost the end of January, which means if you’ve made resolutions for this year, you’re already looking at your life and your choices and realizing maybe you need to accept that some things will never change.
It’s time to celebrate Diwali.
NBC’s long-running sitcom The Office (available on Netflix Instant and Hulu Plus) ended earlier this year. Besides adding, “That’s what she said!” to the cultural lexicon, the show provided insight into just what it means to work in an office. . . especially if one is male (and preferably white and heterosexual). Erin Hannon (Ellie […]
It had been a long time since I was happy with The Office, so it was so nice to see the series finale bring everything together and leave me with a smile on my face.
All good things must come to an end, and that proves true for television shows as well. While most of the programs ending this upcoming season have lost much of their luster, I will miss a few.
Because Hollywood seems to be unable to make any movies or television shows that are not recycled ideas, it’s surprising that lately, we haven’t seen too many spin-offs. Perhaps the studios still think of Joey and recoil in horror?*
It’s a New Year, and here are some of the things I would love to see happen in 2012, television-wise.
In the past five years or so, a new sub-genre of the memoir and humor sections has sprung up: female TV comedy writers writing semi-autobiographical collections of essays. From Amy Sedaris to Chelsea Handler, just in the past year there’s been Tina Fey’s Bossypants, Hilary Winston’s My Boyfriend Wrote A Book About Me (which I […]
There were a few shows I was contemplating writing about this week – The Real World, the Voice – but instead, I realized I had a ton of random television-related questions on my mind. If anyone has the answers or any theories or questions of their own, please leave a comment. I want to feel like […]