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.
After a month of working we’re going to go back to a simpler time. Well, simpler in terms of not having to pay bills and rent, but emotionally — being a teen is still a burden. For July we’ll focus on shows that were geared towards teenagers and, in Read More
This month has come to a close and we’re ending it with one of the classiest looking workplace shows to ever come to the small screen: Mad Men. Set in the 1960s, this show was critically acclaimed and inspired people to have dapper parties across the Read More
We’re winding down this month in the workplace with a couple of shows I’ve never seen and know maybe five things about total. One is set back in what I think is the '60s and stars a dapper man, and the other is this week’s pick — a show set in a Read More
What kind of person would I be if the finale of The Office were obsolete from this month’s portion of the series? Seriously though, it’s the definition of a workplace show and say what you will about those last couple of seasons (SPOILER ALERT), I think Read More
On a personal level as someone who highly enjoys not having human, face-to-face contact with people for work, shows like Parks and Recreation give me the creeps. How can these people who were just hired at the same place go on to actually care about one Read More
Everybody's working for the weekend! At least that's what we'll partly see this month as we take a look at some of the most prominent workplace series in television history. From Scranton to Pawnee to Brooklyn, all of these places and more housed Read More
I wanted to end this month with one that can take anyone back to those nights at the end of a grueling school week, a show that has continued to bring joy all these years later, a show that, like Boy Meets World, continued on with a new chapter — none Read More
Really though, this show is on YouTube but not Step by Step? For shame, people who upload things for people like me. So instead of the Foster-Lamberts we go back to one of the earlier shows of the T.G.I.F lineup, Dinosaurs — a family comedy set long ago Read More
These are always more fun and interesting to write when you go in cold. This week it's burning hot. Boy Meets World isn’t just a show I looked forward to every Friday night, it’s a show I will still watch the hell out of today if I see that it’s on. One Read More
Welcome to the month celebrating what most of us '90s kids can agree was the perfect bookend to our week dealing with homework, being "it" at recess, and all the other drama that came with being a kid then — T.G.I.F. Other than the idea of Saturday Read More
Wrapping up this month of classic television is Family Ties. It gave us the opposite of what we were used to. Instead of cookie cutter parents who were hard on their kids, we got a little Republican in Alex P. Keaton who was a world away from his Read More
For a show that spawned Frasier, you’d think their finale would’ve been constructed a little better. Three parts? Why did it need to be an hour and a half that night? I finally took the plunge and walked into this place where everyone knows your name, Read More
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