Our beloved shows march off into the lonely winter months with jokes! Recaps of Gossip Girl, Modern Family, 30 Rock, the Office, Ugly Betty, FlashForward, Parks and Recreation, and Saturday Night Live.
This week on Glee people draw mustaches on photos, Will finally realizes his own wife isn’t now — nor has ever been — pregnant, and Carlytron finally manages to enjoy this show again.
This week we got a lesbian love scene on Stargate Universe, out actress Haviland Stillwell guesting on Eastwick, a super-awkward episode of GLEE and hot girl Elizabeth Banks on “Modern Family.” Oh right; and so much more!
Our resident Televisionary is out of town, but we still have tons of opinions on the past week of TV! I mean, Gossip Girl had a threesome AND Lady Gaga, we can’t just put that on hold.
“Celesbians” extraordinaire Jill Bennett & Cathy DeBuono talk to Autostraddle about filming “We Have to Stop Now” during a hurricane onboard the Sweet Cruise and how vlogging for SheWired allows more swearing & sexy talk.
Carlytron wants to be happy that Glee is back on but is conflicted because this episode isn’t very good. Luckily, this show has a cute gay named Kurt and the Lynch (who can do no wrong) to pull it out of the gutter and keep our spirits alive amongst bad plot devices and worse writing.
We are clearly in November sweeps, because TV is just OOC right now. Get the skinny on Gossip Girl, How I Met Your Mother, Heroes, V, Grey’s Anatomy, Tabatha’s Salon Takeover, all of the Real Housewives, Parks and Recreation, SNL and more!
On this week’s televisionary, Carlytron accidentally takes some nice pills and is temporarily less snarky than normal. Journey with us as we delve into the gay Halloweens and implausible storylines of the Office, Parks and Recreation, Ugly Betty, Community, Gossip Girl, FlashForward, and Grey’s Anatomy.
This week everyone on tv was kissing someone of the same sex. That’s so… gay! It’s Televisionary time, featuring 30 Rock, The Office, How I Met Your Mother, Gossip Girl, Grey’s Anatomy, Eastwick, Flash Forward, and more!
This week on Glee, Will raps twice, the same things that usually happen continue to happen, everyone speaks in metaphors, The Lynch wears a zoot suit, and Carlytron cries a thousand mashed-up tears.
There were lots of big events on tv this week: firings, weddings, photo montages, lesbian ratings stunts (Heroes!)… check out Carlytron’s thoughts on Heroes, Gossip Girl, 30 Rock, Grey’s Anatomy, Saturday Night Live, Modern Family, How I Met Your Mother, and more!
The Lynch can do no wrong and she OWNED this episode. The spit flies on Glee this week, as Sue and Will face off over control of the Glee club, Terri continues to fake her pregnancy, Quinn has to deal with the ramifications of hers, and Emma is tragically nowhere to be found.
Sometimes I feel like Callie & Arizona will never make out again. Instead, we have Drew Barrymore’s soft butch, Modern Family’s truly modern family, Hillary Duff’s hotness (maybe), and adorable episodes of The Office & How I Met Your Mother.
Skins is racy, sexy, risky and hot hot hot. So their edgy lesbian storyline is no surprise to its British viewers. Now Season 3 is airing in the U.S., and Crystal’s here with her second installment of Naomi & Emily’s lesbian storyline recap!
This week on Glee everyone gets hooked on meth and Sue wants a hovercraft. Ok not really, Terri gets the Glee kids to OD on Sudafed, Ken asks Emma to marry him, and Sue wants a hovercraft. That part was real.
On this week’s Televisionary: Carlytron gives up on Heroes, questions Dollhouse & How I Met Your Mother, loves Gossip Girl, continues to go off on Grey’s Anatomy, and more! You know, the usual.
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?”