Yeah right, like she WASN’T going to drink for those 48 hours of freedom.
Can we talk about Season 2 of The Fosters? Because I feel like we need to talk about it.
The recap in which I realize everything that’s wrong about the fact we’re only watching this show for the queers and not the content.
Everyone: ALI NO
Ali: ALI YES
“i swear to god i thought hanna was about to come out in this episode” – Forever Intern Grace
CLONE DANCE PARTY! CLONE DANCE PARTY! CLONE DANCE PARTY!
Here’s another episode in which the Liars find themselves lying.
The Fosters is back! You’re excited. Let’s talk about it.
Then this show throws out the most shocking twist of all: Donnie is actually a competent human being! Oh no you guys… do I actually like Donnie now? Is this real life?
They’re not gonna kill off Cosima, right? I swear to Jeebus, if they Chaiken Cosima I’m gonna be so pissed.
Welcome to the season finale of “Faking It,” in which a lot of things happen that I can’t really talk about, you’ll just have to read the recap.
We hate to tell you, Dorothy, but you ain’t in Kansas High Security Prison anymore, and Toto’s only looking out for Toto.
Welcome to a deluxe two-in-one review of the sixth and seventh episodes of season two of Orphan Black! These would have been up sooner, but things like A-Camp, A-Plague, and A-Pain of Returning to the Hetero World have sidelined me. So what did I miss? ALL THE THINGS, apparently.
This week on “Faking It,” everybody finds out about the threesome and Amy and Karma break up and everybody gets real sad about it.
This week on “Faking It,” everybody gets ready for a three-way!
Last week I was on a mountain with no internet! So welcome to your very very overdue “Faking It” recap, just in time for tonight’s episode.
Sarah explains to Helena that Felix is her brother, and she’s her sister, so Felix is one of the seestras, okay? Fair enough.
Oh my god it’s the Glee season finale!! Did anything happen? I mean… kinda.
This week on “Faking It,” Amy goes to a lesbian coffee shop and Karma’s parents introduce the schoolchildren to Kale!re
Felix describes Cosima and Delphine as “locked in a transgressive lesbian geek spiral bound to end in tears.” Little does he know he just described every lesbian relationship ever in the history of womankind.