Kendra lives somewhere in between reality and believing she’ll marry Backstreet Boy Nick Carter. After two years of stress thanks to a job she grew to hate, she left and focused 90% of her attention on the one thing that had been her right hand man since she was 13: writing. Currently she writes often for Fandomania, Roni Reports, MTV Geek, and her own music blog, Golden Mixtape.
Actors who take on the small screen are lucky if they ever score one iconic role. So, two? That takes a special kind of talent. One that the likes of Ed O'Neill, Bryan Cranston, and our woman of the hour, Tracee Ellis Ross all have. From single life Read More
From ‘Pee-wee's Playhouse’ to the Big House, Natasha Lyonne has truly had one hell of a ride so far in her career. While her gravelly pipes often lead people to think she’s anything but comical, her work has spoken volumes about itself. Comedy, often Read More
When reading ‘The Office’s’ Jenna Fischer’s book/guide about acting, she said one of the craziest things was how now people want a Jenna-Fischer-like character. Some would say, why not just get Jenna, while others would recognize that as making it - as Read More
Like Vanessa Williams once sang, you go and save the best for last...So here we are. We’ve filled the last few weeks with shows Michael Schur has either created or been a part of, and we couldn’t move onto the next without talking about ‘ Read More
To say Michael Schur knows his way around a workplace comedy would be an understatement. Knowing Americans could be swayed by the invigorating world of paper sales, Schur and Greg Daniels thought...what other typically boring job could we highlight and Read More
We could go into my love/hate relationship with Fox but well, why not? Fox was the guiding light of my trailer trash family. Don’t get me wrong. We adored the family fun of TGIF but we felt seen thanks to Fox. The crude humor they were built on, it Read More
Last week we said our final goodbye to ‘The Good Place,’ so it was fitting that it’d be the first show we shine a light on this month as it’s one of the many gifts Michael Shur has given the world of television. Whether a creator, a writer, or producer Read More
We started this year taking a step back to the glorious time that was the ‘90s by celebrating actors that not only added gems to pop culture but helped inspire elder millenials in various ways; from Christina Ricci’s spooktacular Wednesday Addams to Read More
If Rachael Leigh Cook was the girl next door, Christina Ricci was that neighbor down the street your parents were wary of, but you befriended anyway. While she did her fair share of happy-go-lucky kids’ movies that continue to entertain today, her 30 Read More
Where would elder millennials be without the contributions of Rachael Leigh Cook? We wouldn’t know taking off our glasses and overalls could suddenly transform us into a queen, how crucial a carpool can be, and how the music industry puts subliminal Read More
Hello, hello, hello! In case you don’t know, my name is Kendra and I’m a proud fangirl. So much so I created this little series many moons ago but tucked it away in 2015 because I felt we needed time to allow new favorites to enter our hearts. Since Read More
Being that this is the only convention I've been to every year it's been around, I feel a personal connection to it and an obligation to make my way to Downtown LA year after year to see what's new with Comikaze/Stan Lee's Comic Con/LA Comic Con. See, Read More
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