Back in December, Melissa Maerz of EW.com wrote a blog about the Survivor: San Juan del Sur finale and a particular speech made during the last tribal council which involved one of the three finalist, Missy Payne, being called “the wicked stepmother”.
The current television landscape is filled with slackers, antiheroes, cynicism, Law and Order-inspired crimes, supernatural beings, and backstabbing drama, but Parks and Recreation has always marched to it’s own beat, which is why I’m really going to miss it.
Looking for the perfect Galentine’s Day treat? How about a waffle-inspired dessert? After all, waffles and friends are among the two most important things in life (according to Leslie Knope & Parks and Recreation that is).
A couple of Saturdays ago, Amazon was kind enough to offer up the entire first season of Transparent for free. I’d been meaning to catch-up on the Golden Globe-winning series, but I was putting it off for a less TV-filled time. However, with freezing rain outside and a surprisingly empty DVR inside, I figured what the hell and hit play. Ten episodes and five hours later I was pleasantly surprised by how mellow and restrained the series was when it came to both its comedic and dramatic elements.
Jonesing for more stories about your favorite P.I.? Well you’re in luck. Veronica Mars (2): An Original Mystery by Rob Thomas: Mr. Kiss and Tell, the second post-Veronica Mars-movie novel, is now available in Kindle, paperback, and audiobook formats.