“Fun as it was to mercilessly tear this show apart, the buck stops here.”
This week on Glee, Blaine ate a lot of cronuts and everybody got tested for STDs!
This is the largest portion of Season Two we’ve ever been served, and it is fracking DELICIOUS.
I watched the dub premiere of Attack on Titan at Anime Boston. Here’s why I think everyone who is interested in awesome female characters and good queer representation should give this brutal action anime a chance.
Vanity Fair talks to Catherine Cleary Wolters, who says she was “not the older sexy, glamorous lesbian who snatched [Piper] from her pristine Smith College cradle.”
“From the preview, we just know that Haddie’s coming home for a visit, she brought Lauren with her, there’s something that she’s not ready to tell her family, and she and Lauren like to kiss.”
The good news is that Mercedes is back, the bad news is that Kurt got gay-bashed.
‘Twas the last episode of Real World, and all across town. All the housemates were fighting… Or f*cking around.
On April 22, MTV will be premiering a new comedy about two girls who pretend to be lesbians together in order to get popular at school. Needless to say, this has me very confused.
This week on Glee, Blaine and Kurt got a lot of face time with each other’s faces/feelings, and Rachel went a little Shosh on us.
These are the questions you had for Ari Feature Film Fitz.
Because of how upset and exhausted I assume y’all must be, I’ve made sure this recap is chock full of inappropriate captions and semi-offensive image editing and even drinking games you can play the next time you feel up to the challenge. Here is your veritable stuffed French toast of a recap, so go ahead and dig in.
“That’s right — the characters on this show abusing their power has become so commonplace that I am now desensitized and can only think of denim.”
Tonight at 8 ET/PT on Global, your favorite vintage Canadian patriarchy smashers will be trotting their hat collections out for two hours of what promises to be tear-jerking, scream-inducing, good old fashioned excellence.
This week on Glee, everybody graduated and old loves blossomed anew!
Spaceships! Vipers! Raptors! Starbuck! Athena! Cylons! Confusing beautiful things!
These are the questions you had for Ari Totally Not High Fitz this week.
Is Willow’s insistence on identifying as gay, not bi, a biphobic or bi-erasing gesture? Or is she actually something separate, something more progressive and interesting than bi erasure – a strong, dynamic character whose sexual orientation is genuinely fluid?
These ladies have a standing invitation to the smoke circle of my heart.
This week on Glee, everyone we love (including Brittany!) came back to Lima to sing, dance, eat at the Cracker Barrel (offscreen), cry and kiss each other!