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.
A new month is upon us and with that we’re switching it up. January was all about the shows that caused the most noise when their finales aired, and the next group we'll call “Ladies Night.” These are shows that made women crowd around the TV on a Read More
The show that started it all — well, for me and my roommate when it comes to watching series finales of shows you could’ve cared less about. Everyone was talking about it, so we tuned in and could not understand what made this show last for six seasons. Read More
They make us believe when we’re kids that we too can move to the big city, live with friends in a lavish apartment, and really only face major life crises once or twice a season. Friends built the standard for shows to follow like Living Single and New Read More
People often say when it comes to music, you have to listen to The Beatles. For movies it’s all about Citizen Kane. And television — people like to claim Seinfeld is just one of those shows you have to love. I can’t stand The Beatles’ voices, have never Read More
I am one of those people who love to watch series finales. Even shows I’ve never watched, binged or know one thing about. That’s how I got the idea to do this series — a whole year watching the finales of television shows, some I’ve watched and some I Read More
This is the one subject I never really wanted to feature here, mainly because what can you say about a franchise as grand as this that hasn’t already and will forever be said? Comics and superheroes may’ve existed before A New Hope debuted in theaters, Read More
It’s that time of year when many a blog will be looking at the best music, television, movies, and fashion had to offer throughout the year. Meanwhile, I've been tracking the top newsmakers, trends, and so forth and so on for the past 12 months. It was Read More
This was meant to be the last, but I had so much to do and think I'm going to go out big for this year next week. So hey, '90s fans — Leo got bumped up and I apologize to my old man boyfriend Steve Martin. One day I will write about how I was a child Read More
As the year winds down, this series does too and Emma Stone was a great choice to end with. Well, as far as lady love is concerned. She’s the last girl I have planned for one of these Guides but she was far from the last person I had in mind. She was Read More
Making light of stupid things on TV is something we all do in the comfort of our own homes, but Joel McHale is the lucky one who gets paid to poke jokes at some of the most ridiculous things on the small screen every week on The Soup. That, along with Read More
Thoughts of taking the easy way out came to mind when Ryan Gosling’s name popped up. Why not just post James Blunt’s “You're Beautiful” and be done with it? I mean, it’s pretty hard to deny that this man is a specimen for male perfection alongside Read More
It’s hard to believe that five years ago Comikaze was this idea a few siblings had and it came to life in what could be considered the basement of the Los Angeles Convention Center. Expecting a few hundred people that first year, they exceeded that when Read More
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