Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis grew up together. Kunis was only 14 when she starred on That 70s Show with Kutcher, who she says was her first kiss. (Don't worry, it was for the show — no need to call the police on ole' Kutch.) Years later, after they both dated a slew of celebs (January Jones, Brittany Murphy, Demi Moore, Macaulay Culkin and a rumored dalliance with Justin Timberlake, to name a few), they found one another and love blossomed. So did a baby. And then a ring. Cute!
TV for Lovers
Last month Netflix announced that they would be adding the entire Gilmore Girls series on Netflix. Well, happy October! The day is finally upon us. We can go back and watch our favorite mother-daughter duo talk really fast. We've missed Luke, Logan, Miss Patty, Kirk and even Taylor (sometimes). Maybe you have the series on DVDs so this really isn't a big deal to you, but for those of us who have been waiting since 2007 to re-watch this series, this is the best news to happen ever.
Let's face it, Scandal is so good because the characters can be so terrible to the ones they love. After all, the entire show started on the scandal of Olivia sleeping with the very-much married President named Fitz. Then there was the scandal of him having sex with yet another young girl in the White House —who ended up pregnant and murdered. A lot has happened since then, but the show has never ceased to give us juicy examples of terrible relationship choices.
Season 10 of Grey's Anatomy was so bittersweet. Spoiler alert: Don't read on if you haven't seen it yet! Christina leaving the show was pretty much a sob fest for those of us who have dedicated almost a decade to Meredith Grey and Christina Yang's friendship. On that note, Derek and Meredith are also on the rocks, which while not unusual, you never know what Shondaland might do at the end of the season. She's like the female version of G.R.R. Martin.
Thursdays on ABC are back. Between Meredith Grey and Olivia Pope, "Thank God It's Thursday" is the best thing that could've ever happened to us. We go home, gather our ladies, pop open multiple bottles of (red) wine and thank God for Shonda Rhimes, the best damn TV producer/creator of all time.
Lena Dunham, poster child for questionable (designed as quirky) fashion choices, nepotism and white feminism, penned a tome called Not That Kind Of Girl, in which she waxes poetic about love, life, friendship, sex and everything in between. To promote the book, the GIRLS starlet took to YouTube to answer reader questions. Her responses were generally thoughtful, sweet and witty, but it's Lena Dunham, so there are still a few issues here and there. Still, I wasn't a fan before, but I was able to get behind her on most of these.
Who doesn't love Sex and The City? We certainly do. To that end, we've amassed 25 things you didn't know about this fabulous show. Things you didn't even realize you needed to know! Because we're that good to you. From Sarah Jessica Parker's boobs to her pregnancy's affect on season five to the source of Candace Bushnell's genius, we've got every little fact and tidbit you need to become a well-rounded person. And we're totally not kidding here.
We kick off the return of all our favorite shows with New Girl. There is literally no better way to start the fall season than with Jess, Nick, Schmidt, Winston, CeCe and Coach (Actually, The Mindy Project airing right after New Girl really solidifies Tuesdays as the best TV day). Ah, it feels good to include Coach in that cast lineup. So where did we leave off? (Warning: Spoilers ahead!) Nick and Jess are broken up, which makes everything awkward for everyone. Seriously, they need to get back together.
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