Television Tag

Posted On September 5, 2014By The Bored MillennialIn Buzzworthy, The Scene

Karen Walker Will Always Be The Best Drinking Buddy

  She will always help set the tone for the Pre-game.                       She can out drink anyone under the table, over the table, on the table – whatever.     She always comes to parties prepared…     She handles hostile situations with class and a with martini in hand     She understands the importance of drinking     She always has the best dance moves     Now – Good day!       … Yes…      Read More

Posted On September 4, 2014By Matthew RobertsIn Internet, The Scene

That Time I Made A YouTube Video…

I absolutely love making videos, sketches, short movies, anything that tells a story or has something funny, even if it’s immature, 8th grade boy humor. Most videos I have made have something relating to violence, death, masturbation, drinking, blood, poop, spit, cussing, and other juvenile and unsophisticated topics or objects. But I still love to make them. Usually only a few eyes see them, be it close friends or the less-than-a-hundred, sad people who are spammed the video by me through Twitter or some other internet platform, just like every other millionsRead More

Posted On August 22, 2014By Anthony KozlowskiIn Television

What the F*ck Is BoJack Horseman?

Being the lazy, easily distracted millennial that I am (just ask TIME), I wandered onto Netflix the other day in my usual procrastinatory way. I was on a mission to hack my way through Season 6 of Dexter, but my benevolent overlords of content streaming had something else in mind. The feature bar exploded into full screen, depicting the hand-drawn image of an anthropomorphized horse swilling a glass of scotch and sporting a tweed jacket. Understandably, my first reaction was an emphatic “What the f*ck?” and the accompanying trailer onlyRead More
NBC recently announced the Season 16 cast of its hit show The Biggest Loser. This season’s theme: “Glory Days”. The cast is made up of 20 former athletes, including former Olympic gold medalists, standout college athletes and ex-NFL players Scott Mitchell and Damien Woody. Evidently Mitchell has put on about 130lbs since his QB days and Damien Woody’s growing tired of his burly linesman’s figure. I know there are a hell of a lot of other NFL players that will need some Biggest Loser treatment after their careers come toRead More

Posted On August 8, 2014By Ascher RobbinsIn Television

The 10 Saddest Moments in TV History

Television has a way of getting to us. After season upon season spent investing time, energy, and emotion into the development and nuances of the characters in a given series, we often connect to TV characters in a way that we do not to fictional people in other forms of media. Watching heartbreaking things happen to characters you have come to know intimately often feels personal and devastating. Here are my picks for the ten saddest moments in television history. Oh yeah…and SPOILER ALERT!!!!!, obviously.   #10: The Fresh Prince ofRead More

Posted On August 7, 2014By Jason William SpencerIn Television

5 Summer TV Shows You Need To Watch

  1) “The Leftovers” on HBO   This creepy drama of 2% of the population up and **poofing** is a must for any TV-Lover’s list.  That is if you don’t end up getting crazy nightmares of old ladies dressed in all white smoking Marlboros!   2) “Ray Donovan” on Showtime     Take “The Sopranos,” dress em up, move them to LA, and BOOM!  You got yourself one awesome thrill ride starring a dynamite cast of thugs headed by Liev “I’m a fucking badass!” Schreiber.   3) “Tyrant” on FXRead More
With a little more than three weeks before the 27th season premiere of Shark Week begins, the hype is already boiling. Whether you’re horrified, fascinated, or have an impartial view of sharks, the odds are you have seen a few episodes. Starting in 1987 in order to raise awareness of sharks as well as bring in new viewers, Discovery Channel’s Shark Week is surprisingly the longest-running cable TV event… EVER. But what if the week WASN’T dedicated to sharks? What if instead they used some sort of other creature to spikeRead More

Posted On July 13, 2014By Jason William SpencerIn Television

10 Signs You Watch Way Too Much TV

1) Couch Pizza has become your primary form of sustenance. 2) Netflix sent you a “cease and desist” order. 3) Your cable bill is more expensive than your rent. 4) You follow the entire cast and crew of your favorite show on Twitter, including the 4th Assistant Associate Production Assistant’s Assistant. 5) Frank Underwood has become a close personal friend of yours. 6) You’re amazed that your friends andfamily don’t believe in the global conspiracy that the world is being run by a secret society of evil midgets from space.Read More
1. Breaking Bad Honestly, if you haven’t watched a single episode of Breaking Bad at this point, then you’re probably living under a rock.  I have this at the top of the list for a reason.  Those of you who have not jumped on on the Heisenberg train yet need to.  Now.  This show starts off a little slow, but the interest in the storyline will quickly start to grow as the seemingly innocent Walter White begins to morph himself into the character that he ends up being at theRead More

Posted On July 8, 2014By Sarah BarnittIn Television

The Blairs and the Serenas

This year, I’ve dedicated my time to a lot of worthy, intellectual causes. Most important? Slowly working my way through Gossip Girl on Netflix. As someone who considers a 40% off sale at Loft to be a dose of excitement into daily life, I have become absolutely addicted to the scandal, drama, and debauchery that the show is famous for. Other than entertainment purposes it serves, the characters on Gossip Girl have, in their own hyperbolic way, served as a wonderful barometer for flawed human relationships that we constantly encounterRead More
Plays, musicals, orchestras, concerts, dance-performances–we can’t get enough. For the first-time tourist or the returning traveler, New York’s artistic scene is never lacking. From the classic Broadway theater experience, to lesser known immersive experiences, New York will have shows to accommodate any age and any taste.   1. The obvious, number 1 on your list: Watch a Broadway play or musical. Broadway is timeless, and there are always a wide variety of shows to suit any taste. If you’re looking for a comedy, there’s Book of Mormon or Wicked. ForRead More
I was just reminded that Cory and Topanga, my favorite sitcom couple, are going to be premiering in a new spinoff on Disney Channel called “Girl Meets World.” It will feature the couple married with their kids, but the show focuses on their daughter. I have watched every episode of Boy Meets World repeatedly, and my love for Cory Matthews grows stronger every time I watch him. It is one of those character obsessions for me I guess. But I truly believe his character would make the best husband forRead More

Posted On June 20, 2014By Rachel HarrisonIn Television

Dreamy TV Boyfriends Who Would Suck In Real Life

Some men are better off on our TV screens…   Jax Teller – Sons of Anarchy Relationship Status: Married to Tara Knowles. Cat’s out of the bag: girls like bad boys. Jax Teller is the King of bad boys. He wears leather and rides a motorcycle. BRB, swooning. Played with the perfect balance of boyish charm and take-no-prisoners badassery by the gem that is Charlie Hunnam, Jax Teller has taken up permanent residency in the fantasies of ladies everywhere. Sadly, Jax is best as just a fantasy. Despite his “good” intentionsRead More

Posted On June 16, 2014By Mike BurlesonIn Buzzworthy, The Scene

The Kit’s Outta The Bag!

T-minus negative two days ‘til the start of the greatest sporting event in the entire universe! An estimated 10 million viewers in the U.S. alone made the opening matches of the tournament among the largest-watched spectacles across the globe. And sadly, these numbers paled in comparison to Game 1 of the NBA Finals… Priorities, America. I am of course referring to the World Cup. Maybe you’ve heard of it. I will go ahead and assume the majority of the viewership for the NBA Finals is coming from everyone outside MiamiRead More
Spoiler Alert: This article contains plot details of Orange is the New Black seasons 1 and 2.   This past Friday, the entire second season of the critically acclaimed show, Orange is the New Black, was released on Netflix. In some of cases, you binged all thirteen episodes in a long, but enticing thirteen hour marathon. However, this season includes more astute, yet subtle connections. I decided to watch the season over the course of a week, and as I sigh in astonishment as Rosa races the van off the screen,Read More