HBO’s Girls comes back for their final season. It’s an accomplishment for Lena Dunham, the relative nobody who has launched a hundred careers as well as a weekly newsletter tackling a variety of issues. This episode focuses heavily on what happened last season and everything up to episode four of the sixth season. We also throw some theories in there about the the end of the series and the plans that Dunham has for Hannah Horvath. Spoilers ahead!
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Following the success of Making a Murderer and the podcast Serial, true crime has exploded. This year saw the resurgence of the O.J. Simpson trial being a thing and we all evaluated whether the 90s were really as bad/good as … Continue reading “Either I’m a psychopath in sheep’s clothing or I am you.” – Amanda Knox
Ann Curry was never a favorite of mine on The Today Show. Just plain and simple. Still, the manner in which NBC let her go was horrible and degrading. She earned her spot on that show by putting in the fifteen years and playing second fiddle to Katie Couric and Meredith Vieira. But, NBC only cares about money (as is obvious with the Olympic Games coverage) and when Good Morning America overtook Today in the ratings, her head ended up on the chopping block. To put the whole show’s declining ratings on only her shoulders is ridiculous. Ann Curry is … Continue reading Ann Curry Needs a Makeover?