If at first you don’t succeed, try, try try (x 10) again.
Did you know that a young Troian Bellisario starred in a lesbian short about teenaged girlfriends? Me neither! Anyhow, you can watch it right now if you want to.
As an unsuspecting proto-queer I loved the X-Files something fierce. I watched it loyally through nine seasons of sci-fi glory, and I’ve been branded ever since.
Features cute Australian girls with cute Australian accents.
“GIRLS MAKING OUT. GIRLS MAKING OUT EVERYWHERE. ALSO VAMPIRES.”
Emily spent half of this episode in a totally ripped up sweater. Need I say more?
“Skins” will end next year forever, says Channel 4, because everything I touch turns to shit.
We can give the world this gift together, y’know.
Everyone on Pretty Little Liars has issues with their dads. Too bad no one channeled that anger in to a halfway decent outfit.
GLAAD wants you to tell Growing Pains’ Kirk Cameron that he’s not your teen idol anymore after his super gross anti-gay comments on CNN.
This week on Glee, a bunch of characters do things their characters would never do and the writers try to make us care by almost killing everybody. Awesome!
In which Emily calls Maya at least 5,000 times and Spencer gets sloshed.
Rachel’s Team Pick: When Omar has something to say, you had better listen.
Kate Moenning will be sleeping with other women on your TV set in a role perhaps best described as “Kalinda + Shane = Lena”
This week on Glee, Brittany and Santana did some mouth-to-mouth.
It’s okay to watch this episode just to get a glimpse of Emily’s back.
This week Puerto Ricans, Jews and black people all got in on the offensive action. It was like stereotype bingo. I think the plot was about Earl having a heart attack though.
Glee, how long ’til your soul gets it right? Can any human being ever reach that kind of light?
This week’s episode of Pretty Little Liars featured bright neons on Aria and metallic lace on Mona plus the big reveal on who sent out that sexy picture of Kate.
Ellen talks about Prop 8, gay marriage and the 40,000 alleged Moms who thought JCPenney shouldn’t be associating its fine brand with Ellen’s lesbianism.