At the restaurant, a musical theater student brings the COUPLE DUBROW to their table, they order some D-words and discuss the other D-word. TERRY apologizes for bringing up the D-word and says he would rather D-word than ever D-word.
On her way to check out the new Manolo Blahnik shipment in Qarth, Carrie Bradshaw is waylaid by a Dothraki khalasar, who worship her for her equine features.
Audiences need to let go of their inhibitions and ease themselves back into the world of the Bluths.
In fact, the suffering of the characters on “Arrested Development” is a kind of mirror of the suffering we ourselves seek after.
To really understand why and how Freud is at the center of the show you have to look past the obvious plot points with Buster and his mom.
3. You’ve searched Etsy or eBay for a cute and inexpensive fez.
At it’s best, ‘The Office’ and its cast demand authenticity so much it did cringe-inducing awkwardness better than any other show.
This episode of Gordon Ramsey’s show where he yells at people in kitchens… is incredible.
1. DMX on a BMX