Why the Next Season of "The Bachelor" Needs to be at the Olive Garden

Everyone wonders why the Bachelor/Bachelorette franchise has had ten bajillion seasons and only two marriages.  I think the answer is pretty simple.  You need to have a season at the Olive Garden.  I’m serious.  Take away the once-in-a-lifetime adventures, luxurious fantasy suites, hair and makeup teams, and outrageous clothing budgets and have the season take place in a mall.  They can bond o...more

The Projectionist: Why I Watched Basketball Wives and Why I Had to Start

At the time that I learned I had...more

Hatfields or McCoys? Who do you like better?

Who do you like better? The Hatfields or The McCoys? Have you watched the three-part mini series, Hatfields & McCoys on the History Channel?  If you haven’t, try to catch it on re-runs.  It’s well worth it.While my husband and I were watching it the other night, I made a comment to him.“God, those McCoys are just such jackasses!”Cut me a break for the language; the kids were in bed....more

The Bachelorette, Episode 2

 Last night I caught up and watched the second episode of Emily Maynard's husband search, known more commonly as The Bachelorette. Ryan was the lucky guy who got the first one-on-one date. ...more

Time to start something different

So I have decided to go ahead and start a blog/review of the upcoming 2012 Television season. So please be gentle on me as I start writing my blogs. I will feature Glee, New Girl, The Middle, Modern Family, Suburgatory, Once Upon A Time, Revenge, The Office (final season), 30 Rock (the final season) as well as new shows that will air throughout the 2012/2013 year....more

"Mad Men" and Some Betty Draper Love

I’ve been watching “Mad Men” since the pilot, and I’ve been a huge fan from the start. As far as television dramas go, there’s none that have characters as compelling as this show does. If you are a fan, then you know – gorgeous, mysterious Don Draper, luscious, secretive Joan Holloway , tortured, under-appreciated Pete Campbell, brilliant, angry Peggy Olsen, entitled, suave Roger Sterling – and all the rest....more
I do have a soft spot for Betty! And I hope she comes back on top! I think it was the episode ...more

Love in the Afternoon: Soap Operas Dying a Slow Death

I remember when soap operas use to be THE guilty pleasure -- no one really admitted to watching them but somehow we all knew the storylines. ...more
So true! I love GH and Y&Rmore

Skip Beat! Episode One “And Then the Box was Opened” --Recap

Skip Beat! is an anime and manga about a girl named Kyoko Mogami who decides to get revenge against her boyfriend when she finally discovers that he has been using her. The first episode opens with a story about a "locked box" full of potential that every person receives when they are born. From there, we are introduced to our heroine, Kyoko. She is sixteen and working to support her boyfriend Shotaro, a musician who is rising in popularity. Kyoko is sweet, cheerful and a bit of a doormat....more