Sex and the City will forever be iconic not just because of the fashion that was featured, not just because of the roller coaster love stories it, but also due to loving friendship between four women. Let's face it, in the real world female friendships can be tricky. Like romantic relationships, they often break up due to things like growing apart, having a major blowout, and jealousy. Miranda, Samantha, Charlotte, and Carrie are an example that a group of female friends can support each other with little drama.
TV for Lovers
It's that time of the year again. Nope, we aren't talking about Halloween, although it very much has to do with zombies and bloody gore. We are talking about another season of The Walking Dead! Last season had a bunch of twists and turns. The apocalypse has had a huge effect on the group in ways that no one could have ever imagined.
Even when reanimated corpses are trying to eat your face, there's still time for love. The show The Walking Dead may be about the zombie apocalypse, but it isn't just blood and gore. It's about how people running for their lives can still find love. Maggie and Glenn are one of the best couples on TV, period. Part of what makes the couple so great is that it takes two of the show's better characters and puts them together.
It's always hard to get back into the dating game when a relationship ends badly. Lea Michele's last relationship ended in the most tragic way possible when Cory Monteith overdosed and died last year. I can't imagine what that feels like, but we're happy to see that she took some time to heal, and now she seems happy with her current boyfriend, Matthew Paetz.
You turn on the TV and are flipping through the TV guide when you see House Hunters all the way across the HGTV line. You turn it on and think to yourself, "Okay, I'll watch one episode and get some work done after that." This is probably the worst mistake you've ever made, because four hours later you realize that you have not moved off the couch and you are screaming at a couple for choosing the most horrendous house ever, and you would know, because after multiple hours on HGTV you're the expert, not these people.
Let's be honest: Before season 4's best episode and the season 5 premiere of The Walking Dead, Carol Pelletier was pretty basic. Beware: Spoilers ahead! She was whiny, needy, clingy and generally a burden on the group: She delayed their travels to search for her daughter, who ended up being one of the pet projects in Hershel's barn. She murdered and burned poor Tyreese's poor, sweet girlfriend over a flu. She cried when that little pain in the ass Carl Grimes told her that God doesn't exist.
Meredith Grey and Derek Shepherd have been in our lives for almost 10 years now. We've sat through mass shootings, plane crashes, bomb detonations, and every other deadly problem you can think of. We've watched them separate conjoined twins, cure the incurable and kill the people with minor illnesses.
Our dreams have come true! Neil Patrick Harris is hosting the 87th Academy Awards! While this will be his first time as the Oscars' emcee, the How I Met Your Mother star has hosted two Emmys and four Tonys—so he definitely has a ton of experience. Earlier today, he tweeted a video announcing the new gig, which is a big checkmark off his bucket list.
Dating comes with a lot of compromises -- from deciding where the two of you are going to eat for dinner, to choosing what to watch when you get home. While they may be willing to let their man choose what's on the menu, there are certain TV shows that these 9 women refuse to sit through. Read on for the TV dealbreakers that these women shut off.
I miss watching Sex And The City characters Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte navigate the New York dating pool, especially now that I am living here. There are so many advances with dating that the show never covered before it ended, like texting and online dating. It would be great to see Carrie Bradshaw on a Tinder date.