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Around the Tomatoverse: Rocha, Rayna, Ari Gold, and dancing nuts
February 12, 2013 – 4:49 PM | 3 Comments
Around the Tomatoverse: Rocha, Rayna, Ari Gold, and dancing nuts

Above, Coco Rocha schools Buzzfeed on the perfect photobomb. Hee.
On The Blotter, The Amazing Soriano solved the category-spacing ish. Thanks, friend.
On Yahoo!, I recapped The Carrie Diaries, Girls (ugh), and love in an elevator on Nashville; interviewed Coco Rocha about …

Elsewhere in the Tomatoverse: Carrie, commercials, Kingles
January 31, 2013 – 10:49 AM | 8 Comments
Elsewhere in the Tomatoverse: Carrie, commercials, Kingles

On The Blotter, I talked about the ambiguity of Zodiac's ending with Matt Zoller Seitz and Mike D'Angelo, and reviewed an excellent Jack the Ripper book. (Coming soon: a "compleat Betty Broderick" line-up from me and …

Elsewhere in the Tomatoverse: Oprah, Rayna, and Ralph
January 18, 2013 – 6:33 PM | 3 Comments
Elsewhere in the Tomatoverse: Oprah, Rayna, and Ralph

On Yahoo!, I broke down Night One of the Lance/Oprah interview (twice); recapped Nashville, The Carrie Diaries, Revenge, and Girls; and talked about Oprah some more.
On Revolting Snacks, Dr. Glark filed a report from L.A. on some …

Girls 110: I'm very moved
June 18, 2012 – 10:46 AM | No Comment
<I>Girls</I> 110: I'm very moved

From my recap of the Girls finale over at Press Play:
Everything about the event is quintessentially Jessa, from the idea that she'll mess with everyone's preconceived notions about free spirits to the "veil" that looks like …

Girls 109: Slim leg
June 11, 2012 – 4:20 PM | No Comment
<I>Girls</I> 109: Slim leg

From my recap of last night's Girls episode, "Leave Me Alone," over at Press Play:
I had to accept years ago that I'd never make that cut, because when I was Hannah's age, the internet was considered …

Elsewhere in the Tomatoverse: Brooklyn Girls and tennis boys
June 6, 2012 – 8:55 PM | No Comment
Elsewhere in the Tomatoverse: Brooklyn <I>Girls</I> and tennis boys

In case you missed 'em, 1) Couch Baron, Joe R, and I ranked the French Open's Round of 16ers over at the baronial blog. A triumph for Tipsarevic, backhand-orgasm face, and not one but TWO …

Girls 107: Enjoy going through life as yourself
May 28, 2012 – 9:19 AM | No Comment
<I>Girls</I> 107: Enjoy going through life as yourself

From my recap of Girls 107, "Welcome to Bushwick AKA The Crackcident," over at Press Play:
Lavoyt is apparently used to the sad-sack routine working, because his face hardens instantly and he calls her a tease. Jessa …

Girls 106: Tight like a baby
May 21, 2012 – 5:46 PM | No Comment
<I>Girls</I> 106: Tight like a baby

From my recap of last night's Girls at Press Play:
When Eric jokes that he knows the florist has a job opening, Hannah retreats to the safety of Gotham-centric condescension, saying she'd get "a real job, like …

Girls 105: For the story
May 14, 2012 – 10:04 AM | One Comment
<I>Girls</I> 105: For the story

From my recap of last night's kind-of-off episode of Girls, "Hard Being Easy," over at Press Play:
The Marnie/Charlie storyline picks up shortly after the end of the last episode, and it's well done—but it has …

Girls 104: Totally not an attached bleeder
May 7, 2012 – 8:24 AM | No Comment
<I>Girls</I> 104: Totally not an attached bleeder

From my recap of "Hannah's Diary," over at Press Play:
"Just be who you are," he says, oh so sweetly, and it's a moment Hannah is going to take out and look at with brimming eyes for …