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Truly “Miss Advised”: The Season Ends With A Whimper & A Not-So-Exciting “Announcement”

"Miss Advised," Ep. 7
Bummer. Julia gets dumped! Read More »
"Miss Advised," Ep. 5 & 6
Julia takes a dude to prom and Amy gets dumped. Read More »
"Miss Advised," Ep. 4
Introducing Alan Busey! Read More »

Well, I suppose it’s a good thing that the first (and probably last) season of “Miss Advised” has come to an end, as the show has been giving me nightmares! Last night, after watching the finale, I dreamt that I totally Julia Allison-ed at work today. That is to say, I overslept, missed all of my deadlines, and generally made a mockery of all the opportunities that have been given to me. I woke up in a panic at 6 a.m., when I immediately began writing this recap. I shall not become that which I mock! (FYI, feel free to use “Julia Allison” as a verb — in addition to the context in which I used it, “To Julia Allison” can also mean “to act like a lunatic on a date,” i.e. “Ugh, I totally Julia Allison-ed on my date last night with Greg — I got drunk and begged him to kiss me!”) Keep reading »

Truly “Miss Advised”: Julia Allison Gives A Second Date Blow Job, Gets Dumped

"Miss Advised," Ep. 5 & 6
Julia takes a dude to prom and Amy gets dumped. Read More »
"Miss Advised," Ep. 4
Introducing Alan Busey! Read More »
"Miss Advised," Ep. 3
"They call me Donkey!" Julia cries. Read More »

Before I get into parsing the insanity of “Miss Advised”‘s penultimate episode, a note about Emily Morse. Last night, as I was livetweeting all the action — I am so dedicated, y’all — I noted that I use Emily’s scenes as time to refill my drink (multiple are necessary to get through this shitshow) or pee. Emily herself replied to me, not understanding why. I explained that she is awesome and rad and normal and unless she shares scenes with someone not awesome and rad and normal (like Alan Busey), I simply do not find her entertaining enough to watch (or blog about, save this wee paragraph), and that is the biggest compliment I can give. Really, “Miss Advised” is a dating show about two mental cases and an adorable pocket person. Love the adorable pocket person, just not enough to waste much valuable blog space on. Anyway … shall we begin? Keep reading »

Truly “Miss Advised”: Prom Dates, Awkward Breakups, A Boring Dinner Party & 10 Million Signs That He’s Just Not That Into You

"Miss Advised," Ep. 1
Recapping the first episode of "Miss Advised"! Read More »
"Miss Advised," Ep. 2
Even more embarrassing than the last! Read More »
"Miss Advised," Ep. 3
"They call me Donkey!" Julia cries. Read More »

Oh. holy shit, where to begin. “Miss Advised,” the show about two mentally unstable shitbirds and one relatively cool chick who is probably wondering how she got roped into this mess. Well, I missed recapping last week’s episode because of our malware disaster and also I couldn’t make clips of the show because the sound was missing from our clip-making service, blah blah, Mercury Retrograde, blah blah. But I am back, bitches, with a double recap. Because I love you. And also the crazy from last week’s episode and this week’s was too epic to ignore. Shall we begin? Keep reading »

“Miss Advised”‘s Julia Allison To Speak At Social Media Conference

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Tearing one’s  hair out over the existence of Julia Allison is Amelia’s beat at The Frisky and God forbid that I tread on her territory. But I just couldn’t not mention how the “Miss Advised” star will be speaking at Business Insider‘s Social Media ROI conference in September. Julia Allison has used social media — namely Twitter and “lifecasting” on her blog — to vault herself into her dubious fame.  One would think there would be better speakers that could teach attendees how to use social media spread their message. Like someone who has a message that is about something other than himself or herself? But I don’t know. Maybe Business Insider‘s attendees all want their own Bravo reality shows. [Business Insider] [Image: Beta Beat]

“Miss Advised”: Desperation, Polyamory & So Much Goddamn Pink

"Miss Advised," Ep. 1
Recapping the first episode of "Miss Advised"! Read More »
"Miss Advised," Ep. 2
Even more embarrassing than the last! Read More »
"Miss Advised," Ep. 3
"They call me Donkey!" Julia cries. Read More »
Polyamory Has Never Looked So Busey!

Ohhhhhhh, last night’s episode of “Miss Advised” was so epically cringe-worthy that I have practically clipped the entire thing (shh, don’t tell Bravo!). And it wasn’t just Julia Allison who was providing the LULZ; Amy was fantastically bunny-boiling and Emily, who I actually think is quite likable, introduced a new friend, Polyamorous Kissing Sexpert Reid. All in all, the episode had me hiding behind a pillow, that’s how good it was. Let the crazy begin! Keep reading »

Julia Allison Breaks Down — “They Call Me Donkey” — On “Miss Advised”

"Miss Advised," Ep. 2
Even more embarrassing than the last! Read More »
"Miss Advised," Ep. 1
Recapping the first episode of "Miss Advised"! Read More »
The Soapbox
A response to Julia Allison's NY Post article on dating in NYC. Read More »
Did you know I dated Jack McCain?

I watched last night’s episode of “Miss Advised” from the American Airlines terminal bar at San Francisco’s airport while tossing back three glasses of prosecco before my red eye flight. It was really quite perfect. I had been looking forward to this episode, in as much as it’s possible to look forward to an episode of “Miss Advised,” because previews indicated it would feature Julia Allison reading her hate site in the company of a love coach named Annie Lala. As a regular reader of that hate site — Reblogging Donk, read it, it’s hilarious — I was eager to see how it would be presented and how it would fit into Julia’s storyline. Keep reading »

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