Instead of the usual couch potato’ing, I was actually out in the world at a screening of Edge of Tomorrow for work. (It was surprisingly VERY good! 1) I can’t say no to a movie with Tom Cruise in a military uniform. He just cuts a very nice figure! 2) Emily Blunt is totally badass. 3) While the one-liner plot line sounds dumb, it’s actually a cool premise/storyline.)
However, during this whole alien invasion explosion-a-thon, my phone was blowing up thanks to my “I Wanna Marry Harry” group chat which had been co-opted by my sister and Dila as they both watched Bachelorette on ET. Spoilers aside, I knew I was in for a treat tonight. An awkward one as Andi’s apparent tantrum tonight was directed at the now deceased contender, Eric, who unfortunately/fortunately comes across as a really nice guy.
First things first, Andi gave Dylan the third degree over dinner about his nerves/hesitation sitting on a steam engine train. He did a stellar job opening up about his father’s death, sister’s overdose and other hugely emotional family history. Andi managed to muster a couple monotone “it’s okay”s and a “jeeeez” while he laid out his heavy baggage before her.
I quit watching “The Bachelorette” a long time ago, but I do enjoy when Joan gets mad about it.
My friend and I were talking about ~*boys*~ yesterday, and in the middle of saying this, that, and the other, my friend said to me, “But remember — we don’t have to go into anything trying to convince anyone to like us.”
And shit. SHIT. Shit, you guys. She’s right. Show of hands: how many of us…
Anne writes the best and most true things and I adore her.
Did that really just happen?! Kristian Bruun fills us in on this big episode. SPOILERS.
"Do you know what it’s like sitting on this information for six months?! Do you know how long I’ve been waiting for this f—king episode to come out?"
it’s friday! hug stuff
'Orphan Black' Clone Club: Kristian Bruun ranks the clones (Episode 206, 'To Hound Nature in Her Wanderings')
Which moment from this week’s episode made Kristian Bruun seethe with jealousy?
"It’s so funny that they had Patrick J. Adams do a cameo, because he was such a huge fan of the show in season 1 and he would tweet about it constantly. I would never have guessed that of all the clones he’d end up with, it would be Helena. I wouldn’t have guessed that he’d be a white trash dude with a “Jesse’s Towing” cap and then he’d hook up with Helena. That’s so funny. And she’s there trying every drink, telling people she’s on vacation, and she’s kicking ass in a bar fight."
"With them, it’s ‘go team’ all the way."
‘Orphan Black’ Clone Club: Star Kristian Bruun ranks the clones (Episode 205: ‘Ipsa Scientia Potestas Est’)
Wouldn’t you love to see a buddy cop movie starring Helena and Art?
In which Kristian Bruun and I make up plots of ’80s cop movies for Helena and Art, and discuss Tatiana Maslaney’s sex scenes at length.