With one episode to go before the mid-season break, we catch up with the Liars as they almost make out with each other for three straight episodes.
Is it just me or does it seem like this episode has a lot of people smelling other things. Why is everyone smelling everything?
Can we talk about Season 2 of The Fosters? Because I feel like we need to talk about it.
The East Coast’s largest anime convention came with a premiere of and more info on the new, faithful Sailor Moon dub, and a chance to chat with the voice actors for Sailor Moon and Tuxedo Mask.
Every time an inmate turns a corner in Litchfield, there’s Vee, grinning evilly from her hiding place in the wall.
Uzo Aduba nabs an Emmy and just generally is awesome and looks great in her gown and wins at everything.
Since everybody on this show is engaged in healthy relationships filled with rich, honest communication, it seems likely that this arrangement will turn out spectacularly well. Wait, JK, everybody’s miserable all the time.
All of us gay girls have eagerly wanted this ship to be outwardly confirmed by someone officially involved with the show and be stated as canon, most preferably through heavy gay bass riffs. And now that moment has come!
The bitchy nightmare heiress of Downtown Abbey wears pearls.
“Journalist dude’s mouth says ‘no problem, let me know if you change your mind’ but his face says ‘I AM VRY DISAPPOINTED IN U PIPER U ARE ACTING LIKE SEASON 1 PIPER RN’.” Caputo makes a cameo with a tiny plant.
Don’t you hate it when your ex girlfriend Sarah Silverman shows up and destroys your sham marriage with a single palm reading?
Xena and the Xenaverse may be long dead, but lesbians can survive for years on subtext alone.
It’s Valentine’s Day at Litchfield and Poussey Day in Flashbackland!
I would imagine that trying to explain one’s sexual fluidity to an 80-year-old white dude who’s been married eight times to seven women would be a lot like trying to explain one’s sexual fluidity to their cranky old uncle.
Grab some popcorn and get comfortable, kids, because it’s time to catch up on our favorite teen drama about tiny liars who are pretty.
Shit is going down in the bathroom, y’all.
The 7th season of the special effects reality competition welcomes amateur female Jell-O wrestling lover Stella Sensel
Don’t listen to the fandom on Tumblr and TVTropes: There’s nothing in this popular web series for discerning feminist or, really, any viewers.
It’s possible that Portia de Rossi and Kerry Washington will be on your TV screen at the same time. This week has peaked.
Emily Rios, who plays lesbian reporter Adriana Mendez in FX series The Bridge, came out during an interview at TCA’s FX day.