“Vampire sex on the bloody deathbed of a flapper wannabe who is still gushing from her neck?! This is why I watch this show, Allan! Thank you!” (and also: Nurse Jackie, Weeds, My Life on the D List, Intervention, Drop Dead Diva, 10 Things I Hate About You, Better off Ted, and TWO Hot Girls of the week)
“Things got really super weird last week, then got really super amazing this week. “
Better off Ted is back, Su-Su-Sucio is gone, everyne died, So You Think You Can Dance is pretty & bendy & talented, The Real Housewives cried and Nurse Jackie hits close to home.
Grey’s Anatomy’s EPIC 100th episode featured a wedding (shockingly NOT Mer/Der, but Iz/Al!), the most tragic college graduation of all time, and LOTS OF LESBIAN SCENES. Thank you, Grey’s writers, for finally indulging us a tad bit. You played hard to get for a long time but here we are.
“Back in high school when I was figuring everything out, I was hyper-aware of every lesbo storyline on TV and would record them all on one VHS tape and then I took it to college with me and now I’m a giant lesbian.”
Carlytron, your Tuesday Televisionary, gives out her weekly TV Awards and rounds up the sitcoms so you don’t have to.
A bunch of my regular shows weren’t on this week — which was actually a good thing, ’cause the drama ensuing from the LiLo/Sam Ronson breakup is more than adequately taking up the time I would normally spend watching Gossip Girl. But there’s always plenty of exciting avenues to travel down/talk about before May sweeps heats up.
Wanda Sykes has a show you guys! Also crazy stuff happens on Gossip Girl and Heroes, and per ushe, we love Portia.
BETTER! OFF! TED! Oh man, this show totally impressed me. Smart writing, hilarious premise, and Portia was amazing. Her character on this show is kind of a combination of her two prior regular television roles (Nell on Ally McBeal and Lindsay Bluth on Arrested Development). I highly recommend this show, I can’t wait to see more.
Everyone in the world loves Portia, the Lesbian Exploratorium Project has created an exhibit on “Genderplay in Lesbian Culture,” and Katy Perry and Ellen DeGeneres performed a duet together? Really?