For the mid-season finale of “Faking It,” we go to jail with Julie Goldman, which is basically my dream date.
I wanted to make Poussey’s Hooch, but I am visiting my grandparents in Georgia this week and making liquor in the basement didn’t seem like a really respectful thing to do.
It’s the episode where instead of having sex Callie and Arizona have an emotional conversation in a quiet section of the hospital. Holy shit, aren’t you excited? This is life mimicking art, y’all.
In which we get a dozen different emotions for the price of one.
Alison DiLaurentis knows you want to kiss her.
We’ll be covering Salem, a occult-themed historical drama full of canon queerness, witchy TV Tropes, magick panic, and horrible colonial patriarchy.
This week on “Faking It,” Karma is really mad you guys. LIKE REALLY MAD.
Renee and Barbara are in love, pass it on.
Yes, Papi. Really.
It was a pretty lame week for queer women on TV, but at least Kalinda and Lana were naked most of the time.
Brittana and Faberry and Quinntana, oh my!
A blast from the past.
It’s the season finale of Orange is the New Black, and so much shit is about to go down. Ride with me.
This week on “Faking It,” Amy doesn’t win Miss Congeniality, but neither does Lauren, and neither does Karma. Neither does Liam! Or Duke or Shane or Reagan. But everybody’s hair looks GREAT.
The Good Wife’s best character continues to be Kalinda Sharma’s trench coats.
Weed! Talent shows! More weed! A dildo!
In which we scrape the bottom of the Grey’s Anatomy rice pot for the gay pegao.
Lots of super serious things happen in this episode where the metaphor of and literal Hurricane Wanda really picks up speed but all I can do is make fun of Portland and be miserable.
This week on “Faking It,” Amy and Reagan went on a date but then everybody else also came to the date. It was awkward.
Jim Gordon and Renee Montoya are your new BrOTP. Welcome to the future.