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Sally Draper Would Like To Punch Betty In The Face, Too


Preternaturally intelligent Kiernan Shipka, who plays Sally Draper on our fave show ever, “Mad Men,” was interviewed by Entertainment Weekly about the show and her role on it. Kiernan was frank about her feelings about TV mom Betty Draper. “As much as I don’t like Betty’s character,” she said, “January‘s amazing and I love watching Betty. But I hate Betty as a person. I sometimes I just wanna punch her in the face.” Us too, Kiernan. Us too. [Entertainment Weekly] Keep reading »

A Few Of My Favorite Things: Jackie From The Blog Some Notes On Napkins

We’ve been reading Jackie Johnson’s amazing fashion blog, Some Notes on Napkins, for a while now, and we love her cool Southern California style and outgoing persona. In addition to her blogging duties, she’s also the co-founder of (No Subject), a creative agency “which challenges the typical agency structure through “out of the box” events that seek to enlighten, entertain, and inform the community.”

We recently caught up with Jackie and asked her about some of her favorite things right now. Keep reading »

Matthew Morrison’s Gleeful For Gwyneth

“Dare I say I have a crush on Gwyneth Paltrow? She’s the most lovely … she’s not like a movie star. She’s just like a normal person.”

—”Glee“‘s Matthew Morrison on why he’s hot for guest star Gwyneth Paltrow. Ugh, not you too, Matthew. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

What’s The Biggest Relationship Myth?

Relationships: not easy to have, but certainly easy to have an opinion on. We’ve all been given advice on how to make a relationship work, but some advice is better than others, at least according to therapist and relationship expert Dr. Terri Orbuch. Orbuch analyzed some of the most common relationship myths and came up with the top four worst relationship mythologies. At the top of the list? The idea that opposites attract. Because life isn’t a Paula Abdul video, superficial differences can be fine, but couples need to agree on basic life values. What else does Orbuch say you should watch out for? Keep reading »

“Tiny Furniture” Takes An Honest Look At Post-College Freak-Outs

The netherworld between college and actual adulthood can be one of the most confusing times of life. Not yet fully formed, not truly who you’re going to be, you crawl clumsily through jobs, apartments and relationships. Lena Dunham, the writer and director of the new film “Tiny Furniture,” knows exactly what we’re talking about. She made the coming-of-post-college-age film when she was only a wee 24 and manages to perfectly encapsulate the hysterical blindness of it all. The film resonates with so much uncomfortable truth that comic genius Judd Apatow is now producing her upcoming HBO pilot. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

Show Us Your Halloween Costume!

You’ve bobbed for every last apple, eaten more candy corn than you can count, and have spooked all the neighborhood children with your dead-on ghoulish howls. Now it’s your chance to share your truly haunting Halloween costume with the world! We want to see you decked out in all your scary or hilarious best. Send us your most stunning Halloween pics to {encode=”amelia@thefrisky.com” title=”amelia@thefrisky.com”} by 3 p.m. (EST) to be included in an upcoming Halloween-rific feature. Keep reading »

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Cats, Cats, Cats And Pumpkins, Pumpkins, Pumpkins!


Little known zoological fact: big cats love them some pumpkins. In this video from Big Cat Rescue, in Tampa, FL, all manner of lions and tigers and ocelots and cougars frolic and play with painted Halloween pumpkins and gourds. Big cats, still kitten cute. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Play With Your Food, Patriotically

Ever wondered what France might taste like? Or Japan? Well, thanks to Jen over at Tiny Urban Kitchen you can now discover the flavors of the world. Jen’s created a series of pizza flags detailing her travels around the globe–everywhere from Canada to Taiwan to Italy and Sweden. Jen’s pizzas are as pretty as they are tasty. [Tiny Urban Kitchen] Keep reading »

“Sesame Street” Clings To Jude Law — And So Would We

In his recent appearance on “Sesame Street,” Jude Law was used to illustrate what the word “cling” means. The show had a mouse, an octopus, and a monkey “cling” to Law. Which, we suppose is slightly more appropriate than, say, Sienna Miller or Daisy Wright (the nanny he had an affair with) clinging to the star. [Best Week Ever] Keep reading »

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