You can learn a lot from chick flicks. According to our friends at Flavorwire, there’s a little nugget of knowledge in even some of the most mundane and fluffy chick movies. “The Devil Wears Prada,” for instance? It teaches us that “just because your boss is evil, doesn’t exclude him/her from being totally brilliant at what they do. Learn what you can from these people as quickly as you can, and then move on before you become evil too.” And “A League of Their Own” reminds us of the all-important lesson that you should never cry at work. [Flavorwire] Keep reading »
How gay is Kurt on “Glee”? He’s so gay that in this dive bar fantasy shot from Rolling Stone he’s surrounded by a bunch of luscious leather daddies. That’s how gay. [Rolling Stone Keep reading »
Proof that everything is better when set to the “Beverly Hills, 90210″ theme song: someone wicked smart set the introduction to “Gossip Girl” to the tune of “90210.” Everyone’s smiling and laughing — even Chuck Bass and that miserable raccoon moppet Jenny Humphrey! [via NYMag.com] Keep reading »
It only happens once in a lifetime. 90210 Day—aka September 2, 2010. In honor of this holiest of holy days, we’ll be posting clips from some of our favorite episodes of “Beverly Hills, 90210.” You’re welcome, bro.
Dylan McKay is the peanut butter in a Brenda and Kelly sandwich in this episode from season three. While Brenda’s away in France (with Donna pursuing her “modeling career”), Dylan fools around with Kelly, telling her, “It was always you, Kel.” Classic Dylan McKay. Keep reading »
Congrats, gay guys! You have managed to create a television show that paints you as just as soulless, self-absorbed and materialistic as any of the women on the “Real Housewives” franchises! In fact, this promo for the new Logo program “The A-List” dubs its cast of reprehensible characters “Housewives With Balls.” What a bunch of horror shows. Keep reading »
Just when we thought Japanese technology couldn’t get any freakier (Love Pillows, anyone?) — now comes a new wacky perversion. Atami, a resort town located just outside of Tokyo, now caters to men with virtual girlfriends — guys who play a Sims-like virtual relationship game called LovePlus. The game features a teenage boy who works to court and maintain a relationship with a girl, and followers of the game often become completely obsessed with their virtual conquests. Keep reading »
Poor Kelly Taylor. Her mom is a total cokehead and an embarrassment as host of the Mother-Daughter Fashion Show. Too bad she’s too effed up to enjoy all the luscious ’90s fashions. Keep reading »
In our ongoing desire to bring you the latest in 9/02/10 Day coverage, we give you a breakdown of what your favorite “Beverly Hills, 90210″ character says about you. Let the head shrinking begin, after the jump … Keep reading »
It only happens once in a lifetime. 90210 Day — aka September 2, 2010. In honor of this holiest of holy days, we’ll be posting clips from some of our favorite episodes of “Beverly Hills, 90210.” You’re welcome, bro.
“Beverly Hills, 90210″ goody-two-shoes Donna Martin rarely effs up, but when she does, she does it in a major way. Like the time she got really drunk at prom and passed out in front of the vice principal. Whoops! West Beverly High almost didn’t let her graduate, but thanks to her agitating pals (led, of course, by annoying Brandon), Donna Martin got to wear her cap and gown. Nice work, gang. Keep reading »
Today is 9/02/10 Day — a day to celebrate all things “Beverly Hills, 90210.” With that in mind, we’ve selected a smattering of West Beverly High’s finest sartorial choices. From bolero jackets to stupid hats, there’s nothing that Brenda, Kelly, Donna and Andrea didn’t try in the name of cutting-edge fashion.