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This Anti-Kissing Propaganda Video Will Give You Daddy Issues


Daddy issues? Me neither. But Pamela, who has an uncomfortably candid relationship with her father, has got enough for the both of us. She’s “sweet 16 and never been kissed,” because Daddy says her first kiss should be with the man she marries on her wedding day. Yeah, her wedding day. Her slutty girlfriend, Jessica, learns the hard way that kissing only leads to heartbreak! Luckily, it all works out in the end for Pamela when a fine piece of man appears and whaddya know, he’s been subject to the same creepily paternalistic brainwashing, too.

Gotta love ’80s’ abstinence-only propaganda videos! [Bust Magazine] Keep reading »

Who Is The Next Justin Bieber?

Just three minutes ago (in pop culture time), Justin Bieber was just a wee Canadian boy with a YouTube channel, floppy hair, and a dream of becoming a superstar. When he first arrived on the music scene, critics were dubbing him the next Michael Jackson (huh?) or Justin Timberlake. Now he’s causing tween riots riots around the world, making 3-year-olds cry, and performing with the likes of Usher. Katy Perry and cougars everywhere want to bonk him; Kim Kardashian wants to set him up with her little sis; lesbians everywhere are rushing out to get his haircut; and every up-and-coming pre-pubescent boy wants to be the next him. After the jump, two young chaps who are being dubbed the next J-Bieb. Does this mean his three minutes are about to end? Keep reading »

8 Things I Will Not Miss About “Lost”

After six seasons and hundreds of instances of Hurley saying “dude,” “Lost” finally comes to an end this Sunday night in a two-and-a-half hour series finale episode. Tonight is the last hour-long episode — titled “What They Died For” — before that finale (“The End”), and it’s got me thinking about all the things I’ll miss when the show goes off the air … Sawyer’s nicknames and the books he inspired me to add to my reading list; the love stories of Desmond and Penny, Nadia and Sayid, and Jin and Sun; Ben’s diabolical delivery and wit; and most of all, I’ll miss the mystery. But you know what? There are some things that I will not miss about “Lost,” things that I will be happy to see vacate my life when the show is over. Here are eight things I’ll be happy to wave goodbye to when “Lost” is over. Keep reading »

Remote Control: What You’ll Want To Watch The Week of May 17th 2010


The television giveth and it taketh away. While it’s upfronts week and we’re getting to hear about all the awesome new shows that will be starting in the fall, this week also wraps up the season for many of the shows we already love. This week alone brings the season finale of “House” (will Hugh Laurie stop being a meanie?), “90210″ (who will Liam ask on his boat—Naomi or Annie?), “V” (what will Erica do with her invite to the mothership?), “Grey’s Anatomy” (what ailment will guest star Mandy Moore have?), “Bones” (can we even watch this show knowing that David Boreanaz is a sleaze?), and “30 Rock” (is Matt Damon really the man of Liz Lemon’s dreams?). And, of course, “Lost.” If the trailer for Sunday night’s two-and-a-half-hour season finale (starting at 9 p.m. on ABC) doesn’t give you chills, well, you’re probably not human. After the jump, previews for other shows you will not want to miss this week. Keep reading »

“Law & Order” Canceled: 10 Reasons We’re Sad To See It Go

I am sure you’ve heard the news that, because of steadily declining ratings, “Law & Order” has been canceled after 20 seasons. The final episode of the show will air on May 24th, guest-starring Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn. In the end, “Law & Order” will tie with “Gunsmoke” for the longest-running drama, but will not surpass it. Thankfully, the show’s legacy is not over. NBC has renewed “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and is introducing a sister series, “Law & Order: Los Angeles” or “LOLA.” To me, canceling a classic show to create such a similar one is a “New Coke” situation waiting to happen. [New York Daily News]

There will be “Law & Order” reruns, likely until the end of time, but since we are still a little hurt that we have to say goodbye, read on for 10 reasons we are sorry to see “L&O” go. Keep reading »

Grannies For Gaga

If Lady Gaga got all of her “little monsters” together, she could probably start a Gaga-lution. But not all of her monsters are so little. As it so happens, Gaga is involved in a good romance with the over-50 crowd. What should we call them? “Big monsters”? Apparently, the “big monsters” are all about Gaga’s music. Step away from the iPod, Grandma! Must make some lively bridge conversation. If she has such a big elderly following, does this mean she’ll consider doing an all-geriatric concert, no earplugs necessary? After the jump, PopEater caught up with a few of Gaga’s most mature monsters. Keep reading »

Can We Please Bring Jazzercise Back?

Exercise trends come and go. Right now it’s all about yoga, all 700 variations of it. Yoga is fabulous, but sometimes it’s just too serious. Don’t you ever want to make a joke while everyone is in Downward Dog? Don’t you ever want to hear some music instead of listening to yourself breathe for 90 minutes? I do. I was hanging out with my brother last night and he reminded me about the exercise craze in our house for the first half of the ’80s. Every morning my mother and I used to put on leotards and leg warmers and pop in Judi Sheppard Missett’s hour-long Jazzercise workout video. And I’m sure we weren’t the only people on the block sweating with Judi. Jazzercise was huge, until it got ousted by step aerobics, which my dad was totally into, by the way. Keep reading »

Jessica’s Awesome Affirmation


Up until about 10 minutes ago, I was having a kind of “meh” day — I don’t think I got enough sleep this weekend, I’m stressed about a couple things, and I’m having a bad hair day. Then I saw this awesome video, of young Jessica standing in front of her bathroom mirror proclaiming all the things she loves about her life and herself, and I thought, Man, what a great idea! So, just as soon as I’ve hit “submit” on this post, I’m headed to The Frisky’s loo for an enthusiastic affirmation session of my own, cribbing Jessica’s own words to start — I can do anything good! [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

All Up In The Upfronts: 5 Shows We Can’t Wait For This Fall, Part 1

Does your television take up a high percentage of your living room? Have you ever bailed out on plans to cook pasta to watch an episode of “Lost“? Do you often run into situations where your DVR gets overloaded because there are just too many shows you want to record? No, I am not here to chastise you for being a coach potato or to tell you that so much TV-watching is actively decreasing your brain cells. I am here to congratulate you for being a TV head!

For us TV heads, the third week in May rivals the week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve for everyone else. It’s upfronts week! Keep reading »

Stereomood Plays Music For Your Every Mood

I found out about Stereomood this weekend through Gala Darling. What’s Stereomood, you ask? Well, it’s an online music player that lets you pick a playlist according to your mood. The front page of the site has a text cloud from which you pick the word that best describes your mindset. Among the choices: Dreamy, Groovy, Sex, Driving Route 66, Feel Like Crying, and Snuggle. Then you get an entire soundtrack tailored to your state of mind. If you register, you can make your own mood list, and you can buy tracks off iTunes or Amazon. They call it “emotional internet radio,” but we call it awesome. My favorite is Epic, which includes Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Mogwai, and a bunch of other weird stuff. [Stereomood via Gala Darling] Keep reading »

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