Last night, Lifetime aired what was supposed to be The Unauthorized Saved By the Bell Story filled with drugs, threesomes and terrible-but-real portrayals of America’s sweethearts. What I watched was a bunch of teenaged spats, implied sex and Screech, the friend-starved child alcoholic. Lifetime, do better.
Elizabeth Berkley—best known for her roles in Saved by the Bell and, of course, Showgirls—has written a book called Ask Elizabeth based on her website, which was apparently created out of some kind of demand of teen girls seeking advice from the actress. This morning, she discussed her book on Today, and while she…
Mary Richards (The Mary Tyler Moore Show) is often noted as being the feminist icon of television. While Ms. Richards may have been a groundbreaking portrayal of a working woman, she never actually talked about being a feminist. Here, we list fictional characters who more openly flew their feminist flags.
We all have our little morning routines. Mine is to get up at 7:00 am, let the dog out, make some strong coffee, and settle in to watch an hour of Saved by the Bell.