Sex and the City Really, Really Loved Name-Dropping Brands

If you were a fan of Sex and the City, one of the things you probably remember about it was the way the show regularly slipped high-end name brands like it was just no big deal. Casually mentioning your Manolo Blahnik shoes or your Givenchy was just some every day thing New Yorkers did, according to the show. » 7/23/14 9:30pm Yesterday 9:30pm

Here's a Compilation of 'Real Housewives' Singing Without Autotune

Being part of the Real Housewives franchise gives women the opportunity to promote their various products, land book deals, and, weirdly, launch music careers. However, that doesn't mean that they can sing, as evidenced by these raw moments, captured on camera, in which they're laying down vocal tracks in the booth,… » 10/01/13 6:30pm 10/01/13 6:30pm

Early 90s Fashion Was a Treasure Trove of Delightfully Bad Taste

This supercut, lovingly compiled by the folks at WORN Journal, is a loving tribute to the bright hues and the look-at-me pizzazz of early-90s fashions as exemplified by In Living Color, White Men Can't Jump, Do the Right Thing, and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Before the decade got all threadbare and dark-toned and… » 4/22/13 6:20pm 4/22/13 6:20pm

Seven Seasons of Liz Lemon Eating

By the time the season finale of 30 Rock aired last night, there had been a lot of changes in Liz Lemon's life—she bought a second apartment, got married, adopted two children—but one thing remained the same through all seven years since the show started: eating. A huge part of the character was her relationship to… » 2/01/13 5:05pm 2/01/13 5:05pm

Watch A Supercut of Dot Com Outsmarting Everyone On 30 Rock

Although Tracy Jordan's lackey Walter "Dot Com" Slattery (played by Kevin Brown) only pops up occasionally on your dearly beloved 30 Rock, many of the 1993 Wesleyan University graduate cerebral musings (which the rest of the gang rarely get) have been compiled by our friend Slacktory. With an encyclopedic knowledge… » 1/26/13 2:00pm 1/26/13 2:00pm