As most of you probably know, the pure genius of a show known as Parks and Recreation has recently come to an end. I am still not fully recovered and willing to admit that it may take me some time.
AMC’s Breaking Bad prequel, Better Call Saul, is barely halfway into its first season and it’s already referenced its predecessor about a thousand times. Some of these references are sublime and difficult to catch.
These are the films that legitimately don’t deserve all the unconditional love they get:
Check out Voldemort rocking that snake like some 2001 Britney Spears.
Spring is here! Or almost, depending on where you live.
We had it all figured out. We had a plan. We were going to get a dog.
Unfortunately, I don’t like or believe in numbers or statistics to give out facts, but what I do know is a great lyric when I hear one.
Here are seven reasons why Caleb might actually be the show’s uber villain:
You have moments when you genuinely wonder where Gunther is these days.
We often claim that we are waiting until the “perfect time” to do or say something, even though we know deep down that now is as good a time as any.