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Liveblogging “The Bachelorette” On July 26, 2010

Tonight, it’s “The Men Tell All”! I’m pretty psyched for this one, as I’m hopeful that Krazy Kasey, Rated-Gimp, and Frank will all show to face Ali and the rest of the dudes. If they don’t, well, I’ll be disappointed, but at least I think we can count on a confrontation between the Weatherman and Angry Craig. That should provide some entertainment for two goddamn hours. Sigh. See ya at 8 p.m. EST! Keep reading »

The Boob Tube: Must-See TV For The Week Of July 26, 2010

As the television world order currently stands, Sunday nights are king with the perfect combination of “True Blood” followed by “Mad Men.” But that does not give you permission to turn your set off all the other days of the week. This week, check out a slew of new series—”Growing Up Twisted” (which follows Dee Snider’s family), “Plain Jane” (which takes an unsure-of-herself lady and turns her into a maneater), and “On the Road with Austin and Santino” (starring two of the most dramatic “Project Runway” personalities ever). Oh, and how could I forget that “Jersey Shore” is back, fist-pumping in another season of boozy drama. Keep reading »

A “Rocky Horror” Episode Of “Glee” Is In The Works

Glee” knows how to create a theme episode. First Madonna, then Lady Gaga, and now … “Rocky Horror Picture Show.” Ryan Murphy revealed this little nugget along with a few more spoilers at Comic-Con this weekend. As a midnight screening attendee of the cult classic, I am expecting a whole lot of pizazz and even more leg from this episode. In my ideal world, this would mean a fishnet-wearing Puck as Dr. Frank-N-Furter and resident dolt Brittany as the first female Rocky. With this and a Britney Spears episode to look forward to, it’s already shaping up to be a great season. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

How To Write Like Stephenie Meyer

The website “I Write Like” analyzes a block of text and tells you which famous author the writing is reminiscent of. Depending on what article I put in, my writing style is either similar to Jane Austen (um, boring?) or Stephen King (supermarket trash?). Writing like Stephenie Meyer, the woman behind the hugely popular Twilight series, is even easier. Clearly. [via BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Pooh Puppy Passes Out After Too Much Hunny

This puppy needs to just stop it with the cuteness! Now I’m all worked up about maybe dressing up my little dog Lucca as Roo. [via BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

“Mad Men” Trivia: Who The Heck Are John And Marsha?


Mad Men” is back with a freaking vengeance. I am going to skip over Don’s rough sex with a prostitute (amazing!), Sally Draper’s ‘tude toward her new step-dad (love her!), and Joan Holloway’s bodacious bod (HAWT!), and focus on all that “John and Marsha” business between Peggy Olson and new employee Joey. (How cute is he, by the way?) Was anyone else as lost as I was? I thought I was prepared for 1964 pop culture references since I had done my research, but alas I was as ignorant as ever. After the jump, “John and Marsha” explained. Keep reading »

What’s Up With The Rough Sex On “Mad Men” And “True Blood”?

Sure, “True Blood” and “Mad Men” don’t have a whole lot in common—”True Blood” is a fast-paced vampire dystopia that manages to be as sexy as it is gory, while “Mad Men” is a hyper-real slow burn about advertising dudes in the 1960s. And yet, these two shows are starting to be linked in my mind because they now air back-to-back on Sunday nights. But maybe these shows have more in common than meets the eye? Last night, there was a sex scene in “Mad Men” that reminded me a whole lot of that freaky Bill Compton moment on “True Blood” a few weeks ago. I’ll explain what I mean after the jump, for folks who haven’t had a chance to watch yet. Keep reading »

How To Pamper Your Possum With A Pedicure

Move over Cat Massage, Possum Pedicures are all the rage! But as this crazy marsupial-lovin’ lady can tell you, whatever you do, do NOT put fake nails on your pet possum. [The Daily What] Keep reading »

First Look: “Dexter” Season 5


The first promo for the fifth season of “Dexter” was shown at Comic-Con this weekend in San Diego and, damn, does it look like it’s going to be crazy. In the aftermath of Rita’s death, Dexter arouses Quinn’s suspicions, Aster and Cody’s heartbroken rage, and his own first feelings of … guilt? Cannot wait for this show to come back at the end of September. Keep reading »

Jane Austen’s Fight Club


No corsets. No hat pins. No mercy. [The Daily What]
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