Oh damn you, “The Office”. Here I thought I had made it past the point where half-hour long comedies would make me cry. But last night’s Season 5 premiere episode of “The Office” was an hour long, so maybe that’s why it’ll just be an exception to the rule. In the clip above, Jim finally proposes to Pam — who has moved to New York for three months to do a graphic design program — and ol’ waterworks totally got all sniffle-y. Catch the full episode at NBC.com, because it was hilarious. Kelly Kapoor, one of the greatest and funniest characters on TV, did the Master Cleanse and passed out! Keep reading »
When I was in high school I butted heads with the evil nuns because I wore patterned tights with my uniform. They said I was a distraction to the other students. After I graduated, they changed the rulebook, making solid color tights the only acceptable hosiery. I still appreciate hosiery that is different, even though I’m older. This season patterned, woven and even sparkly hosiery and footless tights are in style. And now that it’s getting chilly outside, you can wear these stunners with all your dresses, even some of your summer dresses. One of my favorite looks for this time of year is an over-sized Oxford shirt (one that hits mid-thigh) worn with footless tights and heels. I’m absolutely dying for the Falke leggings and the HUE floral leggings below. Tell us in the comments which stunning hosiery you would wear and how you would wear them. Keep reading »
With the news this morning that Renee Zellweger had a cancer scare back in 1996, we started thinking about just how many female celebrities have battled breast cancer in the last few years — it’s been almost as frequent as the number of those having twins! Christina Applegate, Sheryl Crowe, Melissa Etheridge, Edie Falco, Olivia Newton John, Cynthia Nixon, Robin Roberts, Kylie Minogue, and Elizabeth Edwards are among the many women in the news who have battled breast cancer and it really indicates how many more women NOT making headlines are facing the disease themselves. According to the Susan G. Komen For The Cure, nearly 200,000 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer this year and about 40,000 women will die from the disease. With that in mind, I wanted to compile a list of must know information for women about breast cancer — when to get checked out, what to look for, what your personal risk is, etc. Check it out, after the jump…. Keep reading »
Model Jessica Stam shows off a hairstyle that appears to be the result of a very windy day. [Fendi fashion show; Milan Fashion Week; 9/25/2008] Keep reading »
“For those of you who don’t think length matters, I disagree.” – Martha Stewart, holding a 15-ft.-long hot dog, on an episode of her TV show.
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Last night’s season premiere of “Grey’s Anatomy” was two hours long, so there was a lot of time for things to happen. But really, the episode can be summed up in a few nuggets of wisdom, including the one provided by Dr. Alex Karev in the above clip.
Men don’t cheat for the sex Just like marriage counselor M. Gary Neuman said on Oprah, men don’t necessarily cheat because they want hot, steamy sex. Mostly, it’s because there’s an emotional disconnect between the two people. Sarabeth’s husband, Michael, didn’t sleep with Sarabeth’s friend Anna because she was hotter than Sarabeth — how good does Bernadette Peters look at 60! — it was because he was afraid to tell her he’d lost his job.
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When a breakup goes bad (when don’t they?), it’s natural to feel angry. There are the obvious ways to express that emotion–egging his car, throwing his belongings out a window, changing your locks. Or, you could take a more subtle and modern approach through technology. Sure, the following tactics might not be entirely legal, but they should serve as some inspiration.
1. Change the name of his shared iTunes library. You know how when you’re on a network, you see music libraries that usually read, “Sally Smith’s Library”? With a simple click on “Preferences” you can switch it to something nasty like “My Music Taste Blows” or “I’ve Got A Golf Pencil In My Pants”. This actually happened to someone I know. She didn’t realize it until she and her roommates were all sitting around one night working on their laptops and one of them asked, “Whose iTunes is called ‘Cheating Jerk’?”
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There are few names that a woman should never forget. The name of the person she lost her virginity to. Her mother’s maiden name (for the security of her bank account). Chanel. And of course, the name of her First Crush.
Now I don’t mean your first crush when you were five in the sandbox. Nor do I mean your first crush in middle school. I mean your first real high school crush. The one that you had when you were a Freshman and he was a Senior. Sure, up until that crush there may have been a hot and heavy make out session in the back of the movie theater following some experimentation with whip-its. But this crush is bigger than that. I’m talking about the first guy who made you realize that you wanted to have sex with someone. That made you think about having sex with him. Even if you’d never done IT. Even if IT scared you.
For me, it was Dave Waldenberg. Keep reading »
As much as I love Don Draper and Dexter and Hank Moody, I’m always happy to have some new eye candy to gaze upon during my nightly TV ritual. The Fall TV schedule brings a plethora of new faces to the small screen on brand spankin’ new shows that either rule for more than just the hotness (like Fox’s “Fringe”) or are just worth a quick glance (um, “Knight Rider”). After the jump, 10 new-to-TV actors that you won’t want to miss. Keep reading »