10:30 am, December 12th | by Sarah Devlin
Was anyone else a bit disappointed by last night’s episode of The Mindy Project?
9:30 am, December 6th | by Sarah Devlin
I realize I’m a broken record by now (get it?) but this show would be so much better if they let Scarlett be a real person instead of a swirly twirly wunderkind. It’s getting old.
10:30 am, December 5th | by Sarah Devlin
After a rather disappointing contrast last episode between the show’s A and B plots, this week focused on a single story involving all of the show’s characters — and it was all the better for it. The episode took on a situation that I think many women will relate to.
9:30 am, November 29th | by Sarah Devlin
This week, Nashville made a very smart choice — the show put Rayna James and Juliette Barnes into a situation where they had to write, fight and perform together, and the show was all the better for it. Make them go on tour together! Make them write an album together!
9:30 am, November 28th | by Sarah Devlin
It’s time to admit that my beloved The Mindy Project has a problem. A B-plot problem.
9:30 am, November 21st | by Sarah Devlin
Mindy is having dinner entirely made on a panini press (it’s as weird and gross as it sounds) that her boyfriend Josh cooked for her, when talk turns to his upcoming time on the road. She is going to be hosting Thanksgiving dinner at Anna Camp’s house, bringing Morgan along as her caterer, while Josh is going to be traveling the country with a bunch of basketball players. When Mindy raises the idea of dating exclusively, Josh seems to want to table it until after he returns from his roadtrip (presumably so he can sleep with other girls). Furious, Mindy claims that she doesn’t want to be exclusive either and takes it as license to hit on Ed Helms at Anna Camp’s place.
10:30 am, November 15th | by Sarah Devlin
Everyone makes terrible decisions this week!
9:30 am, November 14th | by Sarah Devlin
Poor Mindy — she can’t even have a lazy morning in bed with her boyfriend without it going terribly wrong.
9:31 am, November 8th | by Sarah Devlin
If you aren’t already loving Nashville, I hope this episode brings you on board. I expected it from a show helmed by Callie Khouri, but the expectation doesn’t diminish my delight at seeing depictions of such strong, interesting, flawed female characters who are at the top of their career game — and that’s exactly what Rayna James and Juliette Barnes are becoming. Aaaand then there’s Scarlett.
11:45 am, November 1st | by Sarah Devlin
Rayna is dreaming about Deacon, Juliette’s gone viral, Scarlett has a record deal and Teddy might be losing the election. Two of those subplots are totally boring.