Greetings from Germany! I have been off the radar for a bit while I consume chocolate and sausage (wink wink). My significant other downloaded some episodes of The Strain, a show I was interested in because of the horror and gore after they subjected the world to the eye-worm advertisement. People freaked out, so I was instantly interested. I had no knowledge of the show other than the freakish gore part, hoping it might be a more sci-fi style American Horror Story with even creepier body horror. All this is a big “yay” for me.
I watched the first episode only. It was stunningly bad. I can’t believe anyone likes this. Here’s how to take a great idea and turn it into diarrhea.
As we head towards the finale of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 5, now is the time to look back on the queens of the season and remember the flagrant failures that kept them out of the top three. All T all shade, bitches. Continue reading →
There is nothing I love more than well dressed queens in shit tons of makeup causing drama and being fierce. The Snatch Game is a take on the 60s game show “Match Game,” where contestants have to match answers with celebrities to win, and do so with hilarious results. The Snatch Game is a rite of passage. The girls who make it to Snatch Game have to bring the laughs and be a real caricature of a public figure, or face the chop. The girls get READ during Snatch Game. There is no surviving it.
When The Big Bang Theory started six years ago, it was a landmark for television content. For once, comedy show focused on the lives of true self-identified nerds absorbed in the realm of science, and the comedy revolved around the celebration, instead of abuse, of geekiness. We came close with characters like John Dorian and actors like Seth Green, but something in The Big Bang Theory had hit the nail on the head by inspiring us to both celebrate and laugh with our favorite nerdfolk. But somewhere along the way, probably shortly after the pilot, Chuck Lorre and the team of writers realized that it is still easier to make fun of nerds instead of celebrating them, and now, The Big Bang Theory is a giant pile of worthless crap. Allow me to explain why.
You’d think Overeaters Anonymous meetings and a few good food choices might help the two principal characters on the show drop at least a few pounds over two years. Alas, this is not the case for Mike and Molly, because good decisions are hard to come by.