T5F: Most Obnoxious Characters

Not every character on every show can be likable. Some shows actually benefit from having characters that you just can't stand. How else do you know who to root for? This week's top five list features five obnoxious characters, who while annoying, obnoxious and/or insufferable, still add some value to the show. In other words,... Continue Reading →

Top Five Fridays: Television Thanksgivings

Sure, spending Thanksgiving around a giant table with your closest friends and family and gorging yourself on unreasonable portions of dead bird, stuffing, noodles, mashed potatoes and cranberry is lovely, but wouldn't you rather celebrate such a holiday with a group of strangers? Especially when those strangers have glib conversations with one another, exchanging witty... Continue Reading →

Great Moments #11

by Judi Show: Friends Great Moments: People tend to be snarky about Friends these days (it's regarded as the McDonald's of sitcoms now- popular abroad, way-too-prescient here) which I can understand but it still makes me a little sad. There's something so comforting about occasionally revisiting Central Perk and watching the wholly unrealistic shenanigans of... Continue Reading →

Top Five Fridays: TV Haunts & Hangouts

by Beal Be it a diner, restaurant, coffee shop or bar, the haunts and hangouts of TV characters can become as legendary as the characters that patronize them. These fictional hangouts are places we wish existed, where we could spend our leisure time chatting wittily with our friend group, which may or may not be... Continue Reading →

Top Five Fridays: TV Births

We love babies in this country. Don't believe me? Just ask Utah. Or, better yet, US Weekly. US Weekly is so in tune with our lust for babies and pregnant women and people with babies and women with babies who lost all the baby weight and baby fashion lines and baby FEUDS (it's coming, trust... Continue Reading →

Top Five Friday’s: Burst into Song (Continued)

5. Monica onĀ Friends "The One Where Monica Sings" (2003) Alright so technically Monica doesn't have to sing, but I'm still keeping this on my list, for several reasons. The first being Paul Rudd as Phoebe's boyfriend, Mike, who works at the piano bar where Monica chooses to perform a little ditty. He's hilarious and as... Continue Reading →

Top Five Fridays: Crossover Madness

by Judi Oh, the CROSSOVER. Jack Doneghy, I'm sure, loves the concept of the TV crossover being such a fan of things like "synergy" and "product integration", "pro-menz" (that's "positive mention" to you, little buddy) and "making lots of money." After all, what better way to get your TV loving public to excitedly clap their... Continue Reading →

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