Same, Mallory, same. Hello, friends. It’s been…a minute. But I’m back with a Cruel Summer breakdown. No, not the song. Although, I am a fan of both the Bananarama and the T Swift songs as well as the Ace of Base cover. All dope. But, no, I’m talkin’ about the Freeform series you can catchContinue reading “I Wanna Go on the Gravitron Before it Gets All Pukey”
A winner is chosen from the many awesome crafts. Unfortunately, the least successful maker is sent home. But not really.
Batwoman 4 Pretzels Hey guys, are you watching Batwoman? You really should be. I mean, I was wary at first. DC isn’t known for empowering its female characters so much as dressing Wonder Woman in the sexy Halloween costume version of her actual outfit in Justice League and also for that movie being terrible. Here’sContinue reading “Wealthy Parents Just Don’t Even Stand a Chance of Survival in Gotham”
Look, I could never be a Whisperer. Not because I am opposed to wearing a cured and tanned zombie face over my face allowing me the freedom to walk among them, but because I am terrible at whispering.
First of all, Paul Rudd. You absolutely can’t go wrong with Paul Rudd. He’s playing Desmond Fellowes, former rocker, current alcoholic and he’s doing a special show at Hearst.
In which Neptune is the deadliest town in all the land, I do a complete 180 on Logan, and Keith gets a new job.
This post seems really ranty. Because it is. I’m bothered by rape, animal testing, disrespecting people because of their profession, and holding people’s past against them until it is convenient for you; this block of episodes had all of the above. Also, it’s Monday. I’m super bothered by Mondays.
Infidelity, weird food court grub, fights with Logan, and anus eggs. Just a normal week in Neptune.
Veronica is determined to track down this rapist, because probably no one at school is doing anything about it. I mean, the Dean is going after Veronica for not revealing her source for an article instead of looking into an actual criminal. But, what do I know?
He begs off, but then she opens a briefcase, I assume the same one from Pulp Fiction, and he is mesmerized.