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.
If you only have one reliable and unconditionally loving parent, that is beyond enough.
You’ve been known to give yourself inspirational pep talks.
Your PDA is borderline out of control.
While Hillary may be president come 2017, in 2015 she’s basically Kimmy Schmidt.
Hopefully, this generation can connect with these shows and keep the laughter they have provided to previous generations alive.
Would the show lose its heart? Would it become a shell of its former self?
The one great flaw of The Mindy Project might be that it can’t seem to stop making jokes.
I won’t call it the best, since a sense of humor is subjective, but it’s safe to say that Happy Endings is amongst the top comedy series’ currently on television.
In junior high, I was deeply, irrevocably, and violently in love with Nicole Eggert, who played Jamie in Charles in Charge (1987-1990), starring Scott Baio as a live-in caregiver to the Powell family, in which Jamie was the eldest and most sultry daughter.