News breaking last week that queer fan favorites One Day at a Time and Wynonna Earp were facing an uphill battle getting another season made has caused our TV team to: a) wail and gnash our teeth, and b) reflect on some of the shows we’ve actually mourned losing.
How about a little Valentine’s Day inspiration from your favorite fictional couples?
Because of how upset and exhausted I assume y’all must be, I’ve made sure this recap is chock full of inappropriate captions and semi-offensive image editing and even drinking games you can play the next time you feel up to the challenge. Here is your veritable stuffed French toast of a recap, so go ahead and dig in.
Tonight at 8 ET/PT on Global, your favorite vintage Canadian patriarchy smashers will be trotting their hat collections out for two hours of what promises to be tear-jerking, scream-inducing, good old fashioned excellence.
All the photos, all the behind the scenes secrets, and all the “OH MY GOD I AM 99.9% SURE KATE IS DOING A BURLESQUE ROUTINE IN THIS MOVIE” for you to just barely handle.
Autostraddle’s television writers on their favorite lezalicious, bisexual, queer and trans* ladies on the 2013 teevee!
“Take a break from writing that Betty/Kate fanfiction and rejoice, for the powers-that-be have heard our pleas and have made good on their promises because WE ARE BACK, WE ARE IN BUSINESS, AIN’T NOBODY FUCKIN WITH MY CLIQUE BECAUSE WE HAVE A MOVIE AND THAT MOVIE IS OFFICIAL.”
This week on Bomb Girls, the sunshine is gone and nothing will ever be okay again.
This week on Bomb Girls, Gladys continues to take mystery-solving lessons from the Pretty Little Liars team, Kate and Betty plan a wedding in which they are not marrying each other, and Vera is a flawless queen who calls out bitches when she sees them.
“Bomb Girls” got cancelled today. They’re doing a two-hour movie though, so that’s nice. It’s nice, but it’s not what I wanted because what I wanted was 5 more seasons!
This week on Bomb Girls, Betty’s military booty call goes long distance, Vera makes everyone teary-eyed with her perfection, and Gladys’ magical vagina continues to act as a doofus magnet.
It’s a double feature of 1940s lesbianism, burlesque dancers, and Rosie in funny hats that are not allowed in munitions factories.
This episode has everything: enough human tears to power the Canadian equivalent of the Hoover Dam, your (okay maybe second) fave lesbians shackin’ up, Marco once again taking first place in Son, You Gotta Stop With These Workplace Romances, and Vera saving the entire operation for the one zillionth billionth time.
This week on Bomb Girls, half of my early season predictions came true, and there was hardcore lesbian kissing!
This week on Bomb Girls, Betty McActuallyGerman wants to know if you are ready to rumble, and almost everyone needs to take a serious look at their lives and choices.
This week on Bomb Girls and arguably the best episode of the show thus far, we discover that Betty did not, in fact, get pickles, and Gladys can sing, too?
“First of all, Ali Liebert, let me just repeat that you need to stop making these faces or I will not have a goddamned heart left.”
We’re talking Betty and Kate, baby cannolis, Valentine’s Day soldier sex romps and dead bodies.
Bam! Season 2 has begun. This episode is called “The Quickening”, maybe for how quickly time has flown by since the end of last season. Kidding! It felt like forever and I wanted to die.
Who’s in the mood for a show about girls working in World War II bomb-making factories and sometimes making eyes at each other? YOU ARE.