Hear Liza Minnelli Cover ‘Single Ladies’ --... →
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The Golden State - by Laraine Newman →
Dear All Humans: I met Laraine Newman! She took me to a burger place in LA! Here is proof. Dear Human Residents of Los Angeles: You should go to the burger place Laraine recommends in her piece because it’s fantastic. Dear Dogs: Hello, dogs! You are all doing a great job. DO NOT CHANGE A THING ABOUT YOURSELVES. Love, Julie
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Sling Blog - 5 Things From Last Night's "Real... →
1. “I thought you were your own woman” —Danielle, leaving Jacqueline a voicemail Despite whatever illusion of resolution existed after last season’s reunion show, it turns out the rift between Danielle and the Manzo family plus Teresa CAN indeed be mined for more drama, if only because it must. In this episode, Jacqueline sends Danielle’s daughter Christine a bouquet...
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Save The Manatee Club Oil Spill Alert →
If you want to model your Tuesday morning after mine for some reason, start by eating ham out of the package for breakfast. Then, watch last night’s RHONJ online and send an emergency donation to the Save The Manatee fund. Apparently, there are “tar balls” in The Keys by now, and that’s all I can say without crying, though my emotions may or may not have to do...
I’m at the Lobster Roll in the Hamptons and the celebrity quotes on their placemats could all be catcalls. “Love ya!” —Mariah Carey “Yeah!!” —Kathleen Turner “Great Crab Cakes.” —Tony Roberts
Here’s me reacting to the “Letters to Juliet” trailer in real time. Spaghetti!
katiecoyle: Track 13 on the Sex and the City 2 soundtrack is “Sunrise, Sunset,” as performed by the Sex and the City Men’s Choir. Seriously. I didn’t think it was possible for me to be more excited about Gashtar than I already was. And now, FIDDLER is involved? “Why’d you have to go and make things so Tevye-cated?” —Avril
Flicked Off: "Please Give," or, Pity Is Different... →
Tyler and Me: At the Movies!
Coming Soon: The "JAP" Answer To Jersey Shore -... →
bthny: The stereotype undoubtedly has anti-Semitic undertones, but when it’s used within the Jewish community as elsewhere, it can function as a cudgel against women who are considered too loud or too demanding. Spoiled economic dependency is tacked onto this. In other words, you don’t need to buy or be able to afford a $27,000 prom dress to qualify, although it helps. Really, all you have to do...