1. For Calling Your Ex- “Martha”- 1973
As a huge TV buff, I had absolutely no problem with this year’s nominations. Everyone who was given an Emmy nod was rightly deserving of such. However, when it came to the winners, well, that’s a different story.
I think it’s important to point out that there is a difference between the “greatest” films of all time and the “most important” films of all time.
The Emmys will air tonight on NBC at 8:00 p.m. Celebrities will dress up. Speeches will be given. The Internet will react. And a ruling will be made concerning the most important debate of our generation.
I want to like it. I really do.
Doug was sexually assaulted by Mr. Dink & took drugs to cope.
Like any good 90’s girl, I grew up crushing on and jamming out to the sweet harmonies of boy bands.
I have a hard time believing that Robin — or really anybody who has perished despite a seemingly phenomenal life — wouldn’t want us to understand this.
While Williams was known as an off-the-wall goofball, he was one of the most skilled entertainers of our generation.
7. Wes Anderson’s Unbearably Precious Ninja Turtles