It’s been a long, bleak, terrible summer. Mostly because Gwyneth Paltrow forgot to invite us to her horrendous English Garden Party, but also because we spent the whole summer not knowing who made Michelle Buteau‘s panties pop off and who kept them on! Thankfully, Best Week Ever is finally back after its long summer hiatus and Michelle has some answers!
Best Week Ever
Millions of Americans are mourning the impending loss of Breaking Bad—only two more episodes to go!—but VH1 has the cure for what ails you: A brand new season of Best Week Ever, premiering Friday, September 20 at 10PM/9C. As Jesse Pinkman might say, “Yo, that’s tomorrow, bitch!” If you’re wondering what’s next for Walter White, BWE’s own Nick Turner has some top secret insight. Spoiler alert: Walter’s a dick!
Best Week Ever is back! Your favorite funny friends return to the small screen this Friday, September 20 at 10/9 C! Unfortunately, their triumphant return is not without sorrow. For even as the Best Week Ever cast unites once more, they are gathered together to pay their respects to one trend gone too soon…TWERKING.
I know what you’re thinking, Pretty Little Liars fans. Last night’s episode was fantastic! Sure, we finally got closer to catching CeCe and we have a witness to Officer Wildon’s murder that exonerates Hanna’s mom. Ezra and Aria got close again. Oh, and A might be trying to frame Toby! But most importantly, THERE WAS A HOEDOWN.
Here are the top five best moments from last night’s episode/the hoedown.
One of the craziest things about Pretty Little Liars is simply how crazy it is. It boldly eschews logic and reason in favor of ludicrous plot twists and questionable fashion statements. Also, I didn’t read two-thirds of Ulysses in college and wrote an A paper on the tome. If I miss 30 seconds of this show, I’m hopelessly lost.
Last night’s episode of Pretty Little Liars, “The Mirror Has Three Faces,” was particularly crazy. How crazy? We’re counting down the top 5 craziest moments.
Best Week Ever might still be on the best summer break ever, but New Yorkers can catch DJ, comic and hostess with the mostess, Amanda Seales, at The Stand this month. Amanda is starring in a brand new one woman show about relationships called It’s Complicated. We got a chance to check the show out and to chat with Amanda about the show and why ladies need to keep their “chickenhead in check.”
Hello again! I missed last week’s episode of Pretty Little Liars due to unforeseen drama in my personal life that involved a handsome man, a flamingo and some ninja stars (okay, I got too busy to watch it), so I was unusually perplexed by last night’s episode. I mean, I’m always confused by this show, but last night’s episode was particularly befuddling.
Here are the five most confusing things about last night’s episode of Pretty Little Liars. Beware, for SPOILERS abound!
Some celebrity endorsements are genius. Like, we’re certain Taylor Swift sips Diet Coke and wears Keds on the regular or that Michael Fassbender would swim across the Atlantic Ocean for a pint of Guinness, but are we honestly supposed to believe that Ellen Page is an avid fan of Cisco computers, Gwyneth Paltrow buys processed frozen peas or that Rachel Bilson actually eats ice cream?
Here are 10 celebrity endorsement deals and commercials that leave us thinking, “Yeah right…”
We’ve been on the edge of our seats all day, practically straining to hear the Duchess of Cambridge’s labor screams, as we await news from London on the birth of the new prince or princess. And now, we here at VH1 have huge scoop about the identity of Will and Kate’s baby…
Hello! It’s another week of Pretty Little Liars and it’s another week of me not knowing what’s going on. That said, I do know that Hanna is dumb, but has great taste in nail polish, though. I also know that my interest in this show is based largely on how much a parrot named Tippy gets featured and today, Tippy the Parrot was only mentioned in passing, so this was not one of my favorites. My favorite Pretty Little Liars episode would be just 45 minutes of Tippy singing in a dojo, but we can’t always get what we want.
Let’s do this!