Thursday, June 30, 2022

Thoughts on Hope Floats

 

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"Everything is so wrong without Bill."
"I know."
"I miss him so much."
"I know."
"He used to call me 'baby.' I never in a million years thought I'd be a woman who'd like that, but I did ... with him."
"Sure you do."
"I miss his hands. ... Miss his hands, the way they would just -- he would put them on the small of my back ... and just lead me into a room. It made me feel so safe. I miss all that."

There's Something About Cami And Other Thursday Headlines (All-Showbiz Edition This Week)

 

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"... A return to the millions of people who have never forgiven me for deserting the screen ..." (Deadline)

Way to go, late night shows? (Deadline)

PRS11, E11: 'Finally On My Own'

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Originally Aired: April 4, 2013

From Zap2It:
The designers get the chance to show off their own aesthetic when they create editorial-worthy looks to be worn by actress Jordana Brewster in "Marie Claire."
  
Season Eleven of Project Runway is available for free on Amazon Freevee (formerly IMDB.tv), The Roku Channel and Tubi

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Politics Corner June 29th

  

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Judgy white guy
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What’s On Tonight (Thursday): Oh, please read something!

 

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Tonight’s Top Pick is … Fallen Angels Murder Club: Friends to Die For. It’s come to this. The Lifetime Movie Network premiere is a Top Pick. Well, at least you get Toni Braxton opposite Eddie Cibrian.

Occasional cooks: gribiche

Here is your weekly thread to talk anything and everything food. 

Share what you're cooking this week, ask for tips or recipes for a dish, tell us about your meals out.

Potato and asparagus pizza

Jeopardy! recap for Wed., Jun. 29

Let's meet today's contestants:


- Halley, a real estate attorney, cross stitches tiny masterpieces;

- Lauryl, an associate professor, has a shampoo-influenced name spelling; and

- Pete, an attorney, failed to impress in the schoolyard with "potent potables". Pete is a one-day champ with winnings of $10,800.

Box Office Discussion: "Elvis" is King


 Elvis rocks its way to the top of the chart, while The Black Phone gets more callers than expected.

Cassidy's Coda And Other Wednesday Headlines

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CNN Hack Cashes Check To Say Stupid Things [Wonkette]

Tuesday, June 28, 2022

What's On Tonight (Wednesday): Long live the multi-camera sitcom

The Upshaws

[*studio audience laughs*] Here's what's on television for tonight, Wednesday, Jun 29!

Our Top Pick tonight is the return of the above average multi-camera sitcom The Upshaws (Netflix, 3 a.m.). The show follows a working-class Black family in Indiana that "struggles to make it work and make it right without the blueprints to do it." Bennie and Regina Upshaw (Mike Epps, Kim Fields) have 3 kids, though Bennie has another kid from a brief fling. Wanda Sykes plays Regina's older sister who frequently clashes with Bennie and gives out plenty of quality one-liners.

Elsewhere, A&E gives us the Black Comedy Revolution, Paramount+ goes All StarThe Flash is reeling, Netflix seeks Pirate Gold, Ms. Marvel travels abroad, Baymax goes solo, Wellington is full of our worst nightmares, Fuse gives us some Sex positivity, and Tim Allen and Richard Karn Power up.

Jeopardy! recap for Tue., Jun. 28

 Please welcome today's contestants:


- Marina, a textile conservator, worked on Björk's swan dress;

- Pete, an attorney, wore his lucky orange tie; and

- Joe, a technology professional, plugs in his power tools and gets stuff done. Joe is a two-day champ with winnings of $45,000.

Politics Corner June 28th

  

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Today in FUCK YOU CLARENCE THOMAS! This is not your news cycle. We've got things to talk about that will be good for the American public.


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Political discussion welcome.

Life, Liberty And The Pursuit Of Crappiness And Other Tuesday Headlines

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Monday, June 27, 2022

Politics Corner July 27th

  

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Is there more news today? Of course and we'll get to that below. But the top story remains that a little over half our population no longer have any rights over their own bodies. The good news is that people are fighting back and in places you wouldn't expect. [CBS]


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What's On Tonight (Tuesday): More Murders In The Building

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TOP PICK
Only Murders In The Building (Hulu) They're baaaaaaaaack. 'Following the shocking death of Arconia Board President Bunny Folger, Charles, Oliver & Mabel race to unmask her killer. However, three (unfortunate) complications ensue - the trio is publicly implicated in Bunny’s homicide, they are now the subjects of a competing podcast, and they have to deal with a bunch of New York neighbors who all think they committed murder.' The first two episodes are released.

Jeopardy! recap for Mon., Jun. 27

 Here are today's contestants:


- Emma, a writer, couldn't be on the show in the 2000s because she was pregnant with Alex;

- Armand, a high school teacher, got turned off from stand-up by a potential overzealous fan; and

- Joe, a technology professional, found school to be a family affair. Joe is a one-day champ with winnings of $22,900.

Sportsball June 27th

  



Puppy, hair, hockey, b-ball politics and PUPPIES!


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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Politics Corner June 26th

  

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If you're like me you are really angry about one US Supreme Court decision last week. But guess what? There's more. Dobbs v. Jackson is likely the worst decision that this court will reach but this one is not far behind. Vox talks about how bad this is for LGBTQetc. people but I've got people in my life who are only alive because of dialysis. Oh there are so many reasons to be mad at this court. [Vox]


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Political discussion welcome.

What's On Tonight (Monday): 'The Place Where Sadness Leaves Off'

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TOP PICK
Hiding In Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness (PBS, 9:00 PM)  'Diverse youth across America provide insight into living with mental health challenges, including issues of stigma, discrimination, awareness and silence.' Executive produced by Ken Burns. Concludes Tuesday night.

I'm Reviewing All Your Specials, Charlie Brown: Life is a Circus, Charlie Brown (1980)