jem and the holograms
These songs were just as important to the characters and stories as they were to the viewing audience.

Apr 11, 2014 at 8:30pm | 0 comments

Archie dead, zombies everywhere, Game of Thrones-style siblings, and Lena Dunham? Archie comics are kinda different than I remember them.
stephen colbert
There are things that you just read and it stays with you, and I think Harriet is just one of those kind of things.
I watched the premiere at SXSW, and I hope these videos show you the hilarity of this cast.
reality tv
If reality television wants to grow and stick around, it might need to make a few changes.
alek wek
“Our confidence came from my mother,” she says. “She told us it was about celebrating the beauty of being a woman – that’s what made you gorgeous.”
Apparently I hadn’t gotten the memo about it being mandatory for all women of the African Diaspora to be eternal fans of Beyoncé Knowles.
I’m tired of watching middle-aged white men having mid-life crises and cheating on their wives and failing as fathers and committing terrible crimes and trafficking in moral ambiguity
the hunger games
There's still a widespread cultural reluctance, I think, to see a young woman inflicting the same kind of violence on others that she herself often faces from the world.
Wait though, if I drop cable, am I going to turn into one of those rabid anti-spoiler people who complain on Twitter all the time?
joan crawford
I tend to take it hard when my favorite characters get killed off, especially when it happens in a sudden or crazy fashion.
If you've been following the furore over "Divergent" this weekend, you probably know the scene I'm talking about.
"I thought, wouldn’t it be fascinating to have a girl whose sex is so devalued she has to be declared male to live? What would her story be to self-discovery and acceptance?"
She is Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter. The rest of us are not Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter.
reality shows
And believe me, they're not glamorous. They're also not "real."
Marshmallows, were you in the theater Friday night or behind your laptop watching? Spoilers abound below, but here is your safe space to discuss everything V. Mars.
unpopular opinion
Here's a radical idea: instead of creating one new female character out of whole cloth, why not just change the gender of half of the existing characters?
In his new book, ABC "Nightline" co-anchor Dan Harris describes what it felt like to have a panic attack in front of millions of viewers on live TV. He describes lots of other stuff in this interview.