Yes, I know what my name sounds like.

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Fine, I’ll Say It: Lindsay Lohan Wasn’t That Good in ‘Mean Girls’


I wrote about how the two things Lindsay Lohan did for Mean Girls was to 1) look very, very pretty, and 2) not completely ruin it with her presence.

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'Orphan Black' Clone Club: Star Kristian Bruun ranks the clones (Episode 202, 'Governed by Sound Reason and True Religion')

No shots of Kristian in his underpants this week, though he does talk about doing some “Pink Panthering” in his scenes with Alison.

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“Orphan Black” Clone Club: Star Kristian Bruun ranks the clones (Episode 201, “Nature Under Constraint and Vexed”)



We’ll have Donnie monitoring (get it?) the clones all season! Click here to read!

I interviewed Kristian Bruun and he was a delight.

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So on Thursday, I went to Whiskas Just For Cats at TIFF — the first ever cat film festival, and IT WAS AMAZING. Here are some photos, but what is not pictured is my heart, which was bursting with joy.

(Below is my cat, Barry Gibb, hanging out on the t-shirt I got. Because if you go to a cat film festival, you buy a t-shirt or you GET OUT.)

I went to the Just For Cats film festival with @annetdonahue and all I got was this Tumblr post. (Also I got lots and lots of joy.)

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In response to “Why do women want support when they’re upset and not advice on how to fix the situation?”

From Reddit:

Because in spite of common perceptions, expressing negative feelings is not something women often feel they can safely do.

If you’re pissed off, irritated, or annoyed with anything smaller than a genocide, expressing that can very easily get you a reputation as a petty or vicious bitch. You’re told you don’t deserve to even have those feelings, how dare you feel less than amicable about something that wasn’t the result of obvious malice?

If you’re sad, upset, or otherwise feeling vulnerable, expressing that risk earning yourself a reputation as a week, hysterical lady-type who can’t actually take care of her own problems. Just like a girl.

So if someone of any gender is venting to you, or going to you for emotional comfort, they’re probably doing so after having already examined the problem to the best of their abilities. By the time you’re seething with rage, or crying, haven’t you usually put a ton of effort into trying to solve it? Do you feel energized, and like re-hashing ideas you’ve already thought of with another person? Or do you feel like venting?

They’re stressed, they’re probably dealing with some feelings they don’t feel they can safely express, and they’re looking for validation that their feelings are legitimate. They are not going to you to fix a problem. They are trusting you to support them while so that they can deal with the emotional aspects of their problem, which they may not feel safe expressing to someone else.

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James Van Der Beek reveals when he thought ‘Dawson’s Creek’ jumped the shark

Yes, I wrote this entire article just as an excuse to post this video: