The season 6 premiere starts off with the best and most important part of the show: The face of my future boyfriend, or as some of you call him, Jon Snow. Unfortunately, Jon is dead, and he stays that way for the rest of the episode. Still, I’m hopeful that he’ll come back to life eventually.
The venerable reality show kicked off its 31st season two weeks ago and came out of the gate with a bang, having brought back an assortment of former castaways. Survivor: Second Chance offers twenty familiar faces (handpicked by America) a shot at redemption.
So, you want to fall in love, and real boys can’t seem to hold your attention, or just aren’t your cup of tea?
These artists live and breathe to provide their audiences with moments — moments to reflect, to think, to feel. Moments we don’t get every day with our faces buried in laptops or our eyes glued to television sets. They give us moments that remind us of our humanity.
To celebrate 25 years, I’ve concocted a list of 25 reasons why Twin Peaks is a must-see:
These days, people typically go to be seen, which is why the atypical fashion shows that cause us to pause and think, and aren’t solely revolved around street style photographers, are so appreciated.
To declare anything in entertainment to be “the new anything” is silly these days, especially when through instant streaming, it’s possible to experience pop culture anew at literally any time.
If you’re laughing while Peter Dinklage is crying, you can get the hell out of my living room.
5. Lizzie McGuire
DO reconsider the choice to record the whole show on your smart phone. As nice as it is to have something in which to remember it by, your real memory will be more vivid if you watch it through your eyes and not your screen.