Life has thrown you down, but you have already picked yourself up thousands of times, probably with the support of your loved ones. Life is hard. But it is worth it, and you know it.
2. ‘Veep’ helped Tony Hale finally get that long overdue award that the Emmys owed him after ‘Arrested Development.’ Buster Bluth isn’t a Milford Man anymore.
In the spirit of ‘Breaking Bad’ finally (!) winning Best Drama, all the Emmy voters took meth before they cast their ballots.
These recommendations are for the weekend: Friday May 3, 2013 thru Sunday May 5, 2013.
I won’t call it the best, since a sense of humor is subjective, but it’s safe to say that Happy Endings is amongst the top comedy series’ currently on television.
Pillow forts, blanket forts, playing Inspector Spacetime, rapping and waking up at the crack of dawn to film Troy & Abed & INSERT YOUR NAME HERE in the morning would be epic.
These two had a rocky start but who doesn’t love a happy ending to a high school crush? Hardly any of us get one.
There’s an obvious reason why the role of Iron Man suits Stinson well and the keyword is in this sentence. It‘s “suits,” folks. Iron Man is fully dependent on his suit in the same manner that Barney is reliant on and obsessed with his suits.
Mad Men may have opened the doors to a new style of on-screen drinking, borrowed from actual drinking habits of the 1960s, but the recession made it ever more acceptable for dramas, particularly workplace dramas, to portray drinking in all the ways that Donald Draper and company do.
But by the end of the first season, Cougar Town had found its key strength: the incredible chemistry of its cast. Whatever it’s faults, Cougar Town works because the entire cast works together as a seamless whole.