That one's awesome.
The Atlantic City Bacharach Giants could be a garage band who specialize in amped-up Dionne Warwick covers.
Definitely looking forward to seeing more of Carrie's own writing. I loved that Lord Byron piece.
And Stringer gives us "make over, like a last year's gown." Proving that bumbling and thick-tongued prose somehow got published before the Internet.
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Imagine how much better "Girls" would be if it was about puppets having angry puppet sex with each other, rather than humans.
Maybe Peter Jackson can make this show when he gets the whole Hobbit thing out of his system.
From what I remember of Shocked's cultural moment - somewhere between '88 and '91 - her fanbase was overwhelmingly lesbian. If she's turned on the LGBTQ contingent now I have no idea how she got a gig in the first place.
Yeah, I love cyclist and his herb just because it's so shaggy dog. Good thing he was passing through, I guess.
So few movies have shown any interest in female friendship that when one does, and has a kind of red meat appeal at the same time, you can forgive it a lot.
Probably never gonna happen, but I'm glad I'm not the only one who thought Corey Stoll's Papa Hemingway deserved some kind of award.
The concept of an underground economy appeared a few times in "The Honeymooners", sure. But the real trailblazer here was "The Phil Silvers Show." Sgt Bilko was practically a country unto himself.
Bryan Cranston wears a mullet, bad stubble, and a sleeveless shirt when he's not playing a meth dealer? The 80s really were weird.