Oh, to be Christina Hendricks hubby Geoffrey Arend, right? He’s pretty much the luckiest dude in the world, with the sexiest wife ever. Just look at her coyly smiling at the camera, as she and Arend leave The Pikey after a double date with former “Mad Men” costar Jared Harris and his ladyfriend. I love that Lane and Joan hang out outside of the office (R.I.P. Lane)! Plus, we’re really digging her purple dress and contrasting green clutch. Nice work, lady!
Sure, it’s super pretty outside and you could be hiking, frolicking through meadows of spring flowers, or lying on the beach. But then you’d look like you’re stuck in a commercial for anti-depressants. I don’t recommend depression, but isn’t it nice to just sit in the dark sometimes, letting salty popcorn dissolve on your tongue and giving your brain over to a picture show? And this week, you can catch some love capers with “Date Night,” bond with rockers with “When You’re Strange,” get stressed out about what’s next with “After.Life,” break up the hard way with “Breaking Backwards,” experience San Fran gangster life with “La Mission,” or be glad you’re not a pregnant teenager staying with her dead boyfriend’s family with “The Greatest.” And don’t those sound better than being tan and happy? Keep reading »
God, I hate the term “date night” and I was pretty sure there wasn’t a lamer phrase in a relationship until I read this article about one couple’s “trash night.” Trash night, you see is the time, twice a week (Mondays and Thursdays), when Therese Borchard has sex with her husband. It also happens to be the night the couple takes their garbage to the curb, quite literally. Therese didn’t plan it that way, but tired of her husband’s “constant begging for sex,” she asked him: “What is the minimal number of times a week that you need sex in order to be satisfied?” He told her: “Twice. Absolute minimum.” And she replied: “Fine. You get Monday and Thursday. If you don’t beg any other night.” It was only later than it occurred to her that Mondays and Thursdays happen to be trash night in their neighborhood, the evening everyone hauls their garbage to the curb before it’s collected at 5 a.m. the next morning. Keep reading »