Want to get into the holiday spirit? Start streaming these Christmas- and Hanukkah-themed shows.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
“The new Handmaid’s Tale series is really fucked up.”
It’s fall, which means it’s time to grab a PSL, wrap yourself up in a giant blanket, and binge watch some of the most underrated shows on television.
Since I was a kid, they have been my parents and mentors and friends. I’d come home from school and watch sitcom after sitcom all day and night. For better or worse, they raised me. And still do.
Every person has that one story that they can’t forget, that shook them to the core, that one event that will forever stick out in their mind and never, ever go away.
Welcome to college campuses in America in 2015, where emotion trumps reason every single time, and the people who yell loudest generally get the shit they want.
If times are truly desperate, you can always go jerk in the Port-A-Potty.
My day celebrating LGTB (it’s an alphabet soup of sexuality!) in West Hollywood on June 14th started at a gay producer’s house in the Hollywood Hills. I was invited by a gay friend who’s currently attending the top producing program in the nation.
I became a shut-in over the Christmas holidays. Most of my vacation was spent in the comfortable isolation of my own home.
June said Prof. Goodman told her I was “the golden boy of the MFA program.” And then she said, “Looking at you, I can see why.”