So tonight is the night when the wagon goes off the rails on â€œThe Bachelorette,â€ as weâ€™ve been warned that Bentley, unable to face to prospect of hot sex in exotic locales with a woman as unappealingly devoted as Ashley, is taking off. I hope heâ€™s accomplished his goal ofâ€¦ promoting his business? Unless his business involves stealing candy from babies or, maybe, working for Goldman Sachs, I canâ€™t imagine lots of people line up to hire lying scumbags who squish big-eyed Disney forest creatures for kicks. This is like waiting around for someone to kick Bambi in the head. Â
Now that the 2011 MTV Movie Awards have faded into the haze of incessant reruns, it is time for me to fondly look back on the show that was and reminisce about what I've learned. After all, it wasn't just promos for "Teen Wolf." Even if it kinda felt that way.
“SYTYCD” comes to L.A., whoot! It’s the last city before Vegas, which means the judges are either loopy and looking at the dancing glass as half full, or exhausted and cranky, which means lots of grumbling and teary-eyed hoofer being sent off to that purgatory known as choreography. In any case, this should be interesting, so let’s get to it!
Welcome to Starr Raving, a new blog/little corner of the web here at HitFix.
I’ll mostly be covering television but also taking a swipe at all things pop culture. If you care passionately about “Project Runway” (Mondo was robbed!), “So You Think You Can Dance,” “Top Chef” and any and all of the housewives and have rolled your eyes at promos for the latest rom-com while secretly making note to see it while it's still in theaters, you’ve come to the right place. Call them guilty pleasures if you want, but I say searing socio-political commentary about our lives today. No, really.
Are you ready, HitFixers?