The one where the writer’s were like, “Meh, let’s just accuse random people of being A from now on. Who cares if it makes any sense?”
These are the questions you had for Ari Cold Pizza Fitz this week.
This week on Glee, everybody yelled at each other some more! Then there was a cool band at a hot club called CALLBACKS. Also, I think waitress uniforms are the new Cheerios uniforms.
This makes no sense. You would hand out a letter to each person as they arrive, starting with the first. Brandon arrived last which means he should have been left with the last “S.” YOU CANNOT JUST HAND OUT LETTERS RANDOMLY!
“Wow that show looks intense.”
Let’s see what questions you had for Ari Sniffles Fitz this week.
This week on Glee, various lyrics were sung in bizarre contexts and everybody slapped everybody else in the face!
Spencer is riding the strugglebus.
“The combination of lesbians and hummus is always funny to me. I’m easy.”
“She is unapologetic about who she is and where she comes from. Us Queer Latina cheerleaders need to stick together.”
With how it played into the “But Not Too Bi” trope – bi characters who have a bias toward one gender or the other – The L Word flipped a common heterosexist script in media. But in doing so, it still excluded actual bi people from its world.
After hours — probably years — of research, Dannielle has concluded that every lesbian on TV has a side part. She’s meticulously compiled her evidence in the essay contained herein.
“Episode 7 might just kill us all.”
Get ready to learn so much about Ezra.
Remember all the hope I had for Brandon? My hope is Humpty Dumpty and all the kings horses and all the kings lesbians will never put my hope for this character back together again.
Janet Mock went on The Colbert Report on Tuesday to talk about how the media can treat trans* people with respect. Unfortunately, Piers Morgan didn’t understand the lesson and continued to berate her on twitter.
You go, Jessica Williams, you go.
Mark your calendars for 13 straight hours of watching TV this summer.
In this episode, we, for no explainable reason, go back in time to the 1940s. But Emily and Paige “climb trees,” so I’m fine with it.
“The doorbell rings and it’s Emma the Wrestler with noodle kugel! We get a little primer on how Jews respond to funerals. Hint: They bring kugel. Every time they say “kugel,” I hear “kegel” and do 15.”