Welcome to the first meeting of the Autostraddle Dexter Study Group.
This week’s gay song and dance show features Kristin Chenoweth as a former McKinley High student who is brought back by Will to shake things up, and boy does she ever! Also: everyone pukes and Rachel quits and joins Glee about 7 more times.
Carlytron yells at Grey’s Anatomy (again), wonders why she still watches Heroes, wonders why YOU aren’t watching Dollhouse, and gives you her Tron’s eye view on Gossip Girl, How I Met Your Mother, Saturday Night Live, and more.
Dexter returns to Showtime for its fourth “killer season,” and, along with other Showtime series like Nurse Jackie, Weeds, and Secret Diary of a Call Girl; begs the question, “It is possible to be a good person who just does some bad bad things?”
#1 thing we don’t understand about America: the enduring success of Two and a Half Men, CBS’s “guy-com” starring Charlie Sheen and John Cryer. Perhaps recapping it will enhance our viewing experience.
This week on Glee everyone is pregnant or dancing or crying. Beyonce probably made some serious dough off of the licensing of her song “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)” and Kurt comes out to his dad!
ABC’s Modern Family is gay, straight, not entirely Caucasian, traditional yet modern, funny yet aware, and above all, kind of perfect. Feelings time!
Teen drama Skins is the BBC’s most buzz-worthy property since AbFab. The Season With the Lesbian Storyline, starring Emily & Naomi is coming to Australian and US teevees this year. Crystal recaps The Lesbian Parts of Skins for you — this here is part one.
Last week everyone went crazy on television. Crazier still? This week, a coming out scene made me cry. And Ashley Merriman made Laneia sweat.
Patrick Swayze died! But Glee is great still, Alex talks about the VMAs, and Tinkerbell shares with you about important social issues of our time.
Glee Drinking Game … and tonight, the GLEE LIVEBLOG OF THE CENTURY
Glee, Modern Family, Community, The Fall Television Gay Conspiracy, Beautiful Life, THREE RIVERS (why shane, why?), Stargate Universe, More Fall Television excitement than anyone CAN POSSIBLY HANDLE!, Spartacus, and so much more!
We asked you to tell us what you want to see on The L Word’s new reality spinoff — here’s your answers, from sippy cups to Betty to crack in the writer’s meetings … !
Nurse Jackie says goodbye for the season, Weeds gets even weirder, and True Blood has lesbian sex! Plus America’s Best Dance Crew recap and the hot girl of the week. With extra extra funny.
Showtime has greenlit nine episodes of The Real L Word: Los Angeles,” from L Word creator “Ilene Chaiken” and reality producers Magical Elves (“Top Chef”). reality show. Perez Hilton gets a free pass on misogyny … why? How Do You Like Us Now? Not so much, apparently, as the National Review has a new trend piece about … wait for it … being against gay marriage!
Last night’s Elimination Challenge on Top Chef: Las Vegas seemed simple enough: Cater a bachelor and bachelorette party with food that will compliment the couple’s favorite liquor shots. But to lesbian contestant Ashley, it was a little more loaded than that …
America’s Best Dance Crew recap, Top Chef premiere recap, Project Runway premiere recap, Intervention recap
So much excitement we had to split up the Televisionary into two this week! So this is part one for “scripted” TV shows, with recaps of Weeds THE LESBIAN KISS EPISODE, Nurse Jackie, Drop Dead Diva and True Blood. And also, your Hot Girl of the week is ALL THAT. Also Zoey is our favorite.
America’s Best Dance Crew, True Blood, Weeds, Intervention, Mad Men, Toddlers & Tiaras, Drop Dead Diva, My Life on the D-List, and the Hot Girl of the Week.
True Blood, Nurse Jackie, Weeds, Defying Gravity, America’s Best Dance Crew, Intervention, The 2009 Teen Choice Awards, So You Think You Can Dance, My Life on the D-List, Drop Dead Diva, Toddlers & Tiaras,