Human Giant goes to L.A.
Yup, The Hills is "retro" now.
Our Game of Thrones buddy-comedy remake, the Community cast playing pop-culture trivia, every Michael Scott celebrity impression from The Office, and more!
What if New Girl had a baby with The Hills? Yeah, it would be weird. But, also, great. ’
The 'Jersey Shore' cast went the bored, jaded way of the NYC Real Housewives, Nick and Jessica, and 'The Hills' in later seasons: Why can't any show hold onto the joy?
How is this show not called 'The Patridge Family'?
"Heidi left me seasons ago! This whole time I have really been married? I thought we did that for ratings?"
For 'Covert Affairs' and 'Deadliest Catch,' in particular.
For whatever reason, Pratt's aging-hobo look did not gain him admittance to the event.
In which we say good-bye to the show that both pained and amused us for four long years.
Where did the characters start? And where will they end up? A think piece.
Joanna and Rachel are two girls from Orlando just having some fun in the Big Apple.
The penultimate episode of the series is a bit of downer.
The gang goes on a trip, tans, and pretty much nothing else happens.
The gang throws a boat party for Audrina's birthday, and it made us seasick.
Allie returns, Justin shows up, and Audrina and Spike drift apart.
In this episode, Kristin asserts her sexual magnetism over Brody, and some crazy girl named Allie shows up to jump-start the drama (which, without Speidi, is sorely lacking).
Kristin mourns her non-relationship with Brody, Lo plays mentor, and Audrina and Justin Bobby finally reunite.
Brody finds a new girlfriend, Stephanie goes on a date, and we're pretty much asleep.
Which is embarrassing.
In which Spencer goes off the deep end ... again.
Spencer tells us tales of crystals and feathers, while Kristin tries to get to the bottom of the rumors about her drug use.
It has to do with those video clips of the stars' younger days.
And disturbs and fascinates and frightens and saddens.