TV for Lovers
The Golden Girls came out in the 1980s, but it's still one of the best shows around, from the writing to the cast to, well, the GIFs. The show that combined Betty White as the dippy Rose Nylund, Rue McClanahan as the southern self-described slut, Bea Arthur as the sassy, smart Dorothy Zbornak and Estelle Getty as the sassier, wise old Sicilian Sophia Petrillo is a classic.
The 2014 Primetime Emmy Award nominations were announced yesterday and that means it’s time to get your predictions in order.
Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian say we can have it all. Because they can have it all.
Rob Kardashian seems like he has it easy: Rich parents, a sock line, effortless fame. But his reality is much darker than the reality TV sensation that is Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Why? These are the tip of the iceberg. Keep in mind that if any of the Kardashians cease to be aesthetically appealing, they may well be the next black sheep of the family, because it's not like they have much else to offer beyond their shells and endorsement deals. (Even Kanye West admitted he loves Kim Kardashian because she's hot. Not because she's, you know, a person.
Reality TV is often anything but real, with many of the stars pandering to the camera and doing whatever they need to in order to grab ratings, media placements and more, which often lessens and negates some of their original charm. The same can be said for reality relationships and couples. These are the least believable reality romances in recent memory.
Kim Kardashian delivered some funny quotes about love throughout her tenure as a reality starlet and inexplicably infamous Hollywood fixture.