Without ever being anything less than wildly entertaining, “Orange” is effortlessly in conversation with all of TV’s biggest themes, and, boy, does it have something new to say about every single one of them. Here is a show that is explicitly about the consequences of breaking bad, but that never glorifies it: Violating the law does not for one moment seem cool, just a bad choice that gets you locked up. By virtue of its almost entirely female cast, it’s an instant retort to the macho-man craze, proof positive that female dynamics are more than [...]
I’m twenty-five. Twenty-five is a big deal, right? I mean, I’ve thought about this. Twenty-five is when your early twenties end. Twenty-five is when you really have to start thinking about calling yourself not a “girl” but a “woman,” regardless of what the women on “Girls” say. Twenty-five is when you should, essentially, have your twenties figured out, as a decade, or something. I think.
I don’t know if there’s an equivalent age for your teen years, which officially begin when you’re thirteen, but could maybe be more accurately said to begin when you get your first period, which means that some of my friends became teenagers when they were [...]
Watching House of Cards led to watching the original 1993 BBC series To Play the King, which led to screaming "Emma Bunton!" during the credits, rewinding, and re-watching her in her one scene (above). It's not the first time anyone's noticed this Baby Spice fact recently, but it's still … exciting? A word for stumbling across someone famous doing something slightly different. Anyway, that's the KING, there, in the car.
To Play the King is also currently streaming on Netflix. (Recommended.)
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1. Log Lady
Poor psychic Margaret. She lost her husband to the devil the night of their wedding, as is perhaps the norm in the town of Twin Peaks. When detective Dale Cooper arrives to assist in solving the murder of area teen Laura Palmer, he's guided by his dreams, which are more like visions, and Margaret, or Log Lady, as she's known about town, helps by handing him grim bon mots courtesy of, she says, her log, which can be found cradled in her arm like a big, jointless baby. Additionally, she has a thing about chewed up wads of gum. But who doesn’t, really?
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…Wasn't the most popular episode that's ever aired. In happier news, though, did anyone else finally watch all 13 hours of House of Cards in one weekend? And does anyone else want to talk about House of Cards for the rest of time? As a jumping-off point, here are the 15 hottest House of Cards characters, in order of hotness.
15. President Garrett Walker
14. Edward Meechum
13. Linda Vasquez
12. Doug Stamper
11. Zoe Barnes
10. Rachel Posner
26. Viserys Targaryen 25. Joffrey Baratheon 24. Loras Tyrell 23. Theon Greyjoy 22. Samwell Tarly 21. Gendry 20. Stannis Baratheon 19. The Black Smoke 18. Lead White Walker 17. Jon Snow
[No.8] "Do you know what the odds of catching a fly ball are? I didn't. I couldn't help wondering if they were any higher … than finding a relationship that would last.” —Vulture's Neha Sharma heroically gathered together every time Carrie Bradshaw wondered something to herself.