Happy Monday and all that good stuff. There’s much buzzing taking place around the globe, including speculation about who Lupita Nyong’o is really booed up with, “Saturday Night Live’s” parody of “Scandal” and Black Twitter’s ongoing introduction to mainstream America
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Oh Thursday’s, I love you so much because you have so many great shows on but why do most of them air at 9pm?! My DVR will be working overtime but that’s ok.
“Scandal” is back tonight with new episodes but the true scandal may be star Scott Foley’s new ad campaign for Charisma Luxury Towels, which I personally had never heard of before but, voila, they’ve suddenly got my attention!
The first half of Scandal’s season 3 made season 2 look like child’s play with the ever-escalating drama.
So much has happened this past year and like many headlines, my year was filled with laughs and cries, yet I’m still here and very grateful (doesn’t that sound like a pulpit testimony?). Hey, the way I see it, we survived 2012 and will apparently make it out of 2013 OK, too.
The filmmakers behind critics’ favorites like “Fruitvale Station,” “Love & Basketball” and “Middle of Nowhere” are taking over Twitter today for nine hours to celebrate black cinema.
Hello, darlings! I know I’ve been MIA for the past week. I had a death in the family and was assisting with the funeral arrangements and comforting family members and friends. My spreading of unconditional love didn’t deter me from observing the latest happenings or our favorite TV shows
“Scandal’s” winter finale had me reeling and the “Door Marked Exit” was our test in patience. The next episode isn’t until February 27. TEN WHOLE WEEKS! Us Gladiators have to… More
One thing you can always be certain of when you’re watching ABC’s “Scandal” is that every answer only really creates several more questions. Thus was the case with Thursday’s midseason finale.
Happy Jueves mi gente! I know I drive you all a bit loco with my Thursday “Scandal” watching obsession, but tonight is the winter finale entitled, “A Door Marked Exit.”