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Before Gossip Girl's second season premiered, the CW ran an ad campaign quoting criticism from the New York Post, the Boston Herald, and the San Diego Union-Tribune. The ads said things like "EVERY…   Read Story »
At this point, I think Paula Deen has learned her lesson, whatever that even is. Like, what was the lesson, ultimately? You shouldn't want to throw a slavery-themed wedding? Sure, but if you don't…   Read Story »
Powerful stuff. Very interesting and thought-provoking question, I'm sure. How long do you think this debate lasted? Trick question. It's still going. If you turn on CNN right now and for the rest of…   Read Story »
On the one hand, my human empathy forces me to recognize that I am sure this past week has been genuinely painful and difficult for Paula Deen, but on the other hand the human hunger for invasive and…   Read Story »
This photo featuring Kate Gosselin pulling the sides of her eyes back has been making the rounds for pretty obvious reasons. Her explanation is that this photo actually comes from a happier time in…   Read Story »
We aren't going to write a full post about this, because the source of the information is too suspicious to take it very seriously, but if these allegations are true, YUH-OH!   Read Story »
With the release of each new trailer for the upcoming remake of The Lone Ranger, the questioning murmurs of whether or not it's cool to have Johnny Depp portray (the already racist depiction of a…   Read Story »
Wait. That's it? The big announcement Donald Trump has been threatening all week is just that he's a miserable racist? I'm pretty sure we already knew that! This is some bullshit. I was hoping for…   Read Story »
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo premiered this week and 2.2 million people watched it. That's a lot of people! Even without the numbers, this is the type of reality show that brings up the old sawhorse…   Read Story »
There's a pretty good profile of Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane in this week's New Yorker. The basic theme behind the piece is how Seth MacFarlane is desperate for comedic legitimacy and respect…   Read Story »