This one’s for all the Emily/Ali fans out there. Here’s some fuel for your fanfics.
I need a sanitizing hand wipe for my soul, you guys.
This episode is all over the place, but Betty from Bomb Girls tries to cop a feel. So there’s that.
Wow, Star Trek, you really know how to tackle those hard issues. Unfortunately, I think the show creators handled the issue of mail-order brides and human trafficking with ZERO TACT.
In which Emily spends some quality time in bed with Alison and we return to Aria’s love shack only to discover shocking news about Hanna’s past hookups.
This week on a show that makes my own therapist worried about me, Ghost is little more than a thin membrane of double standards, Farrah and orders her dessert before her drinks, and Whitney and Sara float blankly in the corner until they talk about hitting each other because they are “passionate”.
Bo is indeed lost for this entire episode, but Kenzi, Jenny Schecter and George Takei pick up the slack.
In this episode Sulu freezes his ass off while Kirk gets emotional, drinks, and performs experiments on Unicorn Puppies.
Welcome to the tenth episode of American Horror Story, the show that got Stevie Fucking Nicks to appear in a move that was clearly a work of powerful magic!
The winter premiere of Pretty Little Liars is finally here and we’re going to get to say the word “box” a lot.
“Okay, I had a fangirl moment once George Takei appeared on screen.”
There is a scene in this episode involving Snow and Charming taking on a Medusa that looks like she’s straight out of a Sega Genesis game, and it is ridiculous. I can’t even describe to you the completely ludicrous nature of this scene, I really can’t.
“The Talosians realize that Pike isn’t sold, and try to seduce him with a bizarre harem illusion with Vina as a green exotic dancer. Dayum, Pike. You’ve got some weird fantasies.”
“Apparently the witches’ journey to New Orleans was just like the Oregon Trail, only with less fiber and more smelly vaginas! This fucking show, you guys. This. Fucking. Show.”
What drug were the Glee writers on while designing this year’s Christmas special? That question and more will not be answered in this week’s recap!
At this point, we’ll be lucky if we make it out of the season without a reveal that Pongo is the father of Rapunzel who is married to Smee who is secretly the child of Flounder who is actually the son of one of the scary trees from Snow White.
Welcome to the seventh episode of American Horror Story, featuring an award-winning musical score by Hans Zimmer. I’m sorry, that’s not Hans Zimmer; it’s two goblins humping on a Casio keyboard. My mistake.
This week on Glee, everybody sang Billy Joel songs and everything hurt!
I hope you like dad jokes, because this recap is chock full of them.
Welcome to the sixth episode of American Horror Story, where I come face to face with my greatest fear: bad New Orleans accents!