I really just wish @vgunvalson would admit that she was looking to keep herself viable & needed a storyline and colluded with Brooks to make him seem more sympathetic to the ladies and it totally backfired!
She's such a hypocrite & MEAN to the production staff!
All that crap she gave Gretchen about Slad and yet, Brooks was worse!
All that crap she gave Tamara about divorce until it was HER reality.
All those lies she DID TELL to Support Brooks
She's such a savvy business woman and yet she doesn't know how to Google? Her friends were skeptical and protective did she thank them or scream at them - esp. when they were RIGHT all along! GAH!
And how about how she treated her "best friend" her daughter when her excellent BS bell was ringing? [smh]
I love/hate this woman.
Of course I'll watch RHOC, I've been with them from the very first!
Last night, the first two episodes of Syfy's The Magicians debuted, and the world was filled with sexy magic, angsty magic, and magical plot hooks. But if
Forgive me for truncating the actual title in my Tweet.
My comment to the author of the article (& book too for that matter!)
Dear Ryan, Thank you for this! I've paused episode 9 and went Googling for an answer and Your well written treatise....this....came up. I threw caution to the wind, overlooking spoilers to find my answer.
My question: Is Quentin always and continually as aggravatingly annoying in the book as he is sometimes on the show?
Like Penny, (who is BTW amazingly bada$$!)
I want to knife him. Virgo blade or shiv, doesn't matter. At times I would even use a sharpened toothbrush for his whiny, unwashed hair dithering and hesitating when he should just OWN IT!
Does that drive you as cray cray in the books or do you learn to still love & accept him as we (assumption) did the angsty moody annoyingly oblivious thick-headed Harry Potter even during and after The Order of the Phoenix?
IE: Should I download
these books already!!??
Because right now I should be blogging, doing laundry, sorting my recyclables, I should have eaten breakfast, or lunch, or working on my book, but instead I'm power draining my DVR of this AMAZING show!
Thanks so much & Cheers! @GwynethJones - The Daring Librarian.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will have a new look this season, the most refreshing of which will be the absence of what’s-her-name Glanville. When one dirty door mercifully closes, a window of interesting possibility opens, and this time it might just be the new cast addition of Kathryn Eickstaedt Edwards. The word on […]
The Morally Corrupt@fayeresnick1 got off easy because she silently stonewalled you. Bummer!
I wish you had pressed farther or had taken with you Xeroxes of the relevant chapters or articles (you merely have to Google to find them, like this one) I wonder if you had had the ammunition you needed handy to call her out on her BS - if she would have been forced to explain her capitalizing and profiting on the death her BFF and slandering your EX. Bad, bad, business indeed!
But you & Erica Jayne have been a nice addition to one of my favorite non-guilty pleasure!
Thanks @lauramcsee! But the #1 Fact is FALSE, which can be discovered if you simply click on the kindly provided SNOPES link, Sadly, this casts a bad light on all the "facts" in this engaging article. I ADORE Trivia - but it must be REAL C'mon@tickldI'd love to give you more social media love but you gotta be reliable.
BUT....this Canadian publication is a GREAT example of Clickbaitable headlines to use with students!
The Oscar winner will team up with the duo behind Smash
A Few Good Men is one of my top 10...maybe 5 movies - I can quote long swaths from memory including, of course, the courthouse scenes. I once even bought the screenplay at a flea market so I could perfect my quoting! (NERD ALERT!)
So you know I'm giong to be watching this production! Why?
Because deep down in places you don't talk about at parties, you want me on that wall, you need me on that wall!
When Downton Abbey's Carson began the trailer for Season 5 by saying, "I feel a shaking of the ground I stand on," is it possible that George Clooney was somewhere in the vicinity? Could the handsome actor have been the hidden inspiration behind that line? I mean, he isn't officially apart of the
You enjoyed the Crawleys when they were the hot new thing, then you drifted. But with end times approaching, here’s a crash course in Downtonology.
I admit it, I was one of those who lapsed with this show.
I got too emotional when we lost Matthew, when Bates went to jail, I came back after he got out and BAM! Poor Anna get's ravished!? GAH! Bye! I turned back to the zombies. Then, I had to distance myself and remember - these are fictional characters. Went back & binged on Amazon and I'm back in love with it and will miss it greatly.
If you're looking to catch a Quidditch match, then you're in the wrong place.
This series is great for those HPF's (Harry Potter Fans) who miss Howarts and wish the books continued into graduate school with an (Order of the Phoenix) Angsty horny Harry (Erg Quentin) and a clumsy but brilliant blonde Hermione mixed with Bella Swan (Alice) and a bunch of pan-sexual drug taking, smoking, & boozy amusing side characters. OK, I'm still watching.
Much like Torchwood was an edgier sexier Doctor Who, the Magicians has just enough originality to keep my interest. (So far)
And yes, it's worth an On-Demand binge - then we can talk about it, OK? No one I know is also watching.
The author of this article @Artisticio95 sums my feelings up SO much so that I would have LOVED to have left this comment on the website BUT.....they only take Facebook comments, and as you know (if you follow me or read my blog) we broke up years ago.
Sigh. So disappointing. I hope she sees my Tweet, the dear girl! That's why I've written this quite long comment on my beloved @Scoop.it
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