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The Hills Finale: That Was It?!

Catherine and I IM’d in a frenzy this morning about the snoozefest that was The Hills season finale (or wasssss it???) last night, so we’ll get to a recap in a second, but earlier in the day, TMZ reported that Heidi and Spencer (known in the blogosphere as “Speidi”) have called off their totally ridiculous engagement. They’re still together, but we’re hoping these two losers go the way of another broken engagement — Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez. Sure enough, Heidi walked the “red carpet” solo and left before the live taping at LA club Area could begin (Lauren put the kibosh on Heidi actually attending the festivities). After the jump, Catherine and I exchange a totally disappointed IM about our favorite show on Earth. But on a positive note, we’re both obviously on Team Brody. Keep reading »

Lesbian Ministers Make The Big Guy Proud on The Amazing Race

While we’ve complained in the past that reality TV has become a pulpit for pseudo-Christian hypocrites [Note: We have mad love for real Christians, but TV tends to attract the opportunistic and greedy do-as-I-say-not-as-I-do-types.], we were thrilled to see a pair of married lesbian ministers on this season of the Amazing Race. Though Kate Lewis and Pat Hendrickson were eliminated from the race on last night’s episode, we’re glad that they had enough time to offer this nugget of wisdom, which has thus far eluded all the other highly religious competitors in seasons prior: “We harbor no illusions that God wants us to win the Amazing Race.” Dang it, with them gone, we’re stuck rooting for the crazy Goth couple! [CBS] Keep reading »

Knocked Up: The Most Controversial and Thought-Provoking Stupid-Funny Movie Ever

Wow. The last movie that made us this upset and confused was, like, Fahrenheit 9/11, so imagine our surprise when we found ourselves wanting to stab Ben (Seth Rogen) in the face as we shouted “Abort! Abort!” at Alison (Katherine Heigl), like she could hear us or something. Sadly, Judd Apatow, the man behind the ever more hilarious but not nearly as emotion-inspiring 40-Year-Old Virgin, probably didn’t intend for his summer blockbuster to get women involved in a heated debate about unplanned pregnancies, but, well, it did. Our highly expertised movie criticism after the jump. Keep reading »

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