Remember pizza rat, the subway rodent who wasn’t going to let the trampling feet of commuters get between him and a whole pizza slice? Well, there’s already a sequel of sorts to last month’s viral hit. I’m calling it “Pizza Rat 2: Battle For The Last Slice” and I have a hunch that the videographer didn’t… More »
We know you’ve been biding your time until the next season of “Broad City” hits your airwaves, and Abbi and Ilana, those kind, sweet gals, are sensitive to your plight. That’s why they’ve made you the best present YouTube can provide: “Hack Into Broad City,” a weekly web series that will scratch the stoner-best-friend itch until… More »
He kind of does. Or maybe he doesn’t. Help. … More »
Good morning! TGIF! Here’s an ad for something called the Squatty Potty, a little stool that slides underneath your feet as you sit on the toilet, elevating your knees into what’s considered proper pooping position. How do you make a commercial about such a topic and product engaging and entertaining and watchable? With rainbow soft-serve pooping… More »
Finally, I have The Secret-ed something into reality. … More »
Don’t look too closely at any episode of Empire. Under all of the histrionics, the glitz and the glamour, you’ll see. The bottom won’t hold. There’s a few screws loose. The stitches are unravelling. Watching the show is like agreeing to get into that boxcar the neighbor kid made, and letting him push you down a… More »
We were not expecting any of that. … More »
The BFI Film Festival has proclaimed 2015 as their year of the “strong woman,” but what does that mean for women characters? In the video above, director Chanya Button, whose film “BURN BURN BURN” will be debuting at BFI, breaks down why the term “strong woman” is so loaded in this cultural moment. It’s overused… More »
I’ll recap Davey Wreden’s The Beginner’s Guide in the least spoiler-y way that I can, to convince you to go to Steam and spend $7.99 and 90 minutes of your time playing it before finishing any review. The end of the game is tremendous, and it’s better to experience it than read about… More »
A talent competition-based reality show is my television sweet spot. “Big Brother” bores me. The weepy drama of “The Bachelor” and its various spinoffs have never really held my interest. But pit talented people against each other doing things that feel simultaneously achievable and impossible, like a Sonya Tayeh contemporary dance… More »
It’s called Life And Death: Twilight Reimagined. … More »
More ballet on network television in 2016, please. More »
Meri Brown admits to having had an “emotional affair” with a woman pretending to be a man, but says she’s speaking out in hopes of warning others about catfishing. … More »
For the past six and a half years, I’ve been combining quotes from books I love with stills from my favorite TV shows for my blog Slaughterhouse 90210. My goal is to create something entirely new, while commenting on and celebrating both books and pop culture. And now it’s a book. More »
I am very sorry to bring this to you today. Or am I?
Either way, please enjoy hamsters doing a theatrical remake of the show ‘Friends.’ Central Fluff, y’all.
You’re fucking welcome.
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The Unbreakable Tina Fey is continuing her legacy of rapidly writing and producing comedy series. This time CBS is picking up an as of yet unnamed series about an athlete who retires early. The untitled series is about an oddball pro-athlete who drives his family and friends crazy after he suddenly retires.
Fey will be… More »
Reddit user specfreader asked the r/Books community yesterday: Who is your favorite female book character? As the answers came in, an interesting trend emerged. Take a look at some of the most popular answers:
Minerva McGonagall from J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series
Granny Weatherwax from Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series
Tiffany… More »
Erykah Badu should cover everything ever, please and THANK YOU. More »