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My New Outlook On Friends

I’ve been prone to watching and reading too much heavy /dramatic stuff, so sometimes my brain just really needs a break. Luckily,  thanks to Netflix (and TBS reruns), I always have Friends reruns to help lighten the mood. I’ve been watching a lot of Friends reruns recently, and have discovered some new things about the […]

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Wonder Years: “She, My Friend, and I”

After a brief hiatus from watching The Wonder Years, I’m back with a recap on the last episode I had watched: “She, My Friend, and I.” Despite the fact that this is another episode featuring Kevin in a love triangle (he ends up in so many it seems), the episode did a great job in providing […]

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The joy of seeing “A Prairie Home Companion”

Change is inevitable as you grow up, but the one thing that stayed the same for me was Garrison Keillor. His radio variety show, “A Prairie Home Companion” was always a part of my childhood no matter what city I lived or how old I was. My parents loved the show, so on weekends, we […]

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ATX FESTIVAL Preview: Gilmore Girls, Dawson’s Creek and more…

Every summer, television lovers from Hollywood and the nation alike converge upon Austin, Texas for a magical weekend of sun, fun and as much programming as can safely be consumed in a four-day span. From Thursday to Sunday, fans mingle amongst a mix of fellow fans, industry bigwigs and a few of the actors who bring their favorite characters […]

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Chicago Fire 3×21, “We Called Her Jellybean”

Guys, I cannot rewatch the crossover. I’ve tried. I’ve fired up the DVR, I’ve pulled up the episodes on my computer, but I just can’t do it. It’s too painful. Where the previous two crossovers went for action, last week’s went for emotion- and I’m not talking overwhelming happiness, skittles and unicorns. I’m talking gut-wrenching […]

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Last Tango in Halifax – Episode 3

Sarita and Jordan return to live-blog Last Tango in Halifax’s third episode. This is the first episode where the show shows its true dramatic leanings. The fun, quippy stuff is good, but the drama in this episode really shows the depths the cast have, and it was something that really helped elevate its game.  Jordan […]

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10 Things We Will Miss About Peter Mills On Chicago Fire

Or really, what should be the recap for episode 3×20, “You Know Where To Find Me.” These past two weeks have been a perfect storm of sorts- a perfect, maddening, grasping-at-straws, throwing around ridiculous theories till we crack ourselves up-type storm. The home stretch of the season is not only a TERRIBLE time for a […]

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Chicago Fire 3×19, “I Am the Apocalypse”

Enjoy your weekly reminder that Gabby and Jay once dated. I KNOW. “Gina, they were just a fling! They’re not relevant anymore!” Umm, I beg to differ. They’re super relevant when promo pics like this are coming down the pipeline: WILL. NO. You are NOT allowed to be Eskimo QUADRUPLETS with YOUR BROTHER, Casey, and […]

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Chicago Fire 3×18, “Forgiving, Relentless, Unconditional”

Until Dawsey are reunited (and maybe even after), I’m going to start each recap going forward with a 50 First Dates-type refresher. YOU GUYS. DAWSON AND HALSTEAD DATED. Accept it. It happened. So many people have forgotten this ship that this was the only video I could find on YouTube. Apparently,  myself and the person […]