If you're watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer for the first time, you may or may not know that the show has a spinoff called Angel. The first season of Angel aired at the same time as the fourth season of Buffy, and lasted for five seasons, wrapping up one year after Buffy ended. You might … Continue reading The Best Way to Watch Buffy and Angel
This weekend I watched all 6 episodes of the new Netflix show Nailed It, and it was pretty hilarious. If you haven't heard of it yet, it's a baking competition show where people with no baking expertise try to recreate professional cakes. As someone who has had the Cake Wrecks book on my coffee table … Continue reading Nailed It, Black Mirror, and Updates!
I will be posting a list every so often of my 10 favorite episodes from a show I love! I'm starting with Community, a sitcom about a study group at a community college. 1. Remedial Chaos Theory (S3 E4) I'm going to start off with Remedial Chaos Theory because not only do I think it's … Continue reading My 10 Favorite Episodes of Community
This week the 9 remaining teams flew from Belgium to Morocco. We're reminded that Kristi and Jen are the only all-female team left after Team Goat Yoga was eliminated last week. They're aiming to be the 4th all-female team to win the race. Sadly, Phil has not reappeared in the theme show since his surprise … Continue reading The Amazing Race – Season 30 Episode 3 Recap
This summer has been somewhat terrible but I've remedied that slightly with wonderful TV shows: Copious amounts of Big Brother... watching seasons past and they are addicting. I can't get enough! Positively flying through these classic old seasons, I've hardly lamented the Survivor off-season. Also I finally caught up to 2005 and started watching Grey's … Continue reading What Have I Been Watching Lately??
In honor of International Women's Day, here are my 5 favorite badass female TV characters.
The eight episode Season 1 of A Series of Unfortunate Events was stellar. The show has an eccentric quality to it that fits perfectly with the tone of the books, and from the beginning it is deeply concerned with the secrets and secret organizations that make the books so intriguing as they progress. Because the show … Continue reading Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events