If you're looking to expand your TV horizons, might I suggest turning it back to the decade of landlines and overalls?
I'm not sure if you're aware of this, but the cast of Dawson's Creek almost has a reunion like every other day. Seriously. Joshua Jackson and Busy Phillips are still close. They run into each other a lot
Accepting a new Boys Meets World got me thinking about what other shows I would like to see make a comeback in either its original form or a complete re-vamp.
Why was Miss K there? I have no clue, but seeing her YOLO it up at the soda machine is truly weirding me out.
It might be silly to think that we made such a big deal out of prom or losing our virginity or that one party where your crush might actually sweep you off your feet. But that's only because they were big deals.
Who doesn't want an excuse to make nice with someone they've been fighting with? Or better yet, an excuse to pick a fight and then fix it later on?
Dawson Leery pretty much encapsulates everything that is 90s nostalgia, and with all the hype currently surrounding ex-Creeker Katie Holmes, it all seems incredibly appropriate to call on him to help us reminisce.
Looking back at old TV shows, I can't help but notice how some kids' shows were able to air. Obviously as young ones, we didn't catch on to crude humor.
Confession time. A big part of the reason I'm such a TV addict is I because I love the romcom romances that these TV shows feed their viewers. I love the will they won't they of it. The build up. The cute scenes. The perfect moments. And yes the perfect kisses, which prove that if you try hard enough good chemistry can in fact, be faked.
We’re obsessed with vampire boyfriends. Edward Cullen in particular. An as someone who spends way too much time in the fictional world I have to step back, and ask…really? I mean come on! Edward Cullen is not the best fictional boyfriend out there. He's obsessive, overbearing, and would find great satisfaction in tearing open his girlfriend's veins and drinking her blood. This is the guy that makes you swoon? Well not me.
In honor of Women’s History Month, CollegeCandy has decided to spotlight some of the world’s most influential women. Last week we focused on the women from our generation and this week, we pay attention to some of the most spectacular thirty-somethings. These are the women that show us life really does get interesting in your 30s, whether you're a famous movie star or activist.
This whole new clear schedule thing started off great! Catching up with friends, skating in the park with the boy, helping mom bake cookies for Christmas...it's been amazing. The perfect Martha Stewart holiday. But now, I'm ready to go back to the dorms and see all of my college friends.
When you're little you always hear "Wait till your older" from piercing your ears to getting your first pair of heels to sending your very first sext. However, once you hit adolescence, it seems like you're constantly told to "act your age" or that you're "too old for" something. Just because you're in college doesn't mean you can't bask in things from the past ... Here are ten things you are definitely never too old for.
If I had to come up with one thing I’ve learned since becoming a post-grad it would not be how to set a budget or...
In a move that shocked no one, 'Salute Your Shorts' creamed 'Hey Dude!' and the majority of you favored Mary-Kate and Ashley to Tia and Tamara. But we were surprised to see Fruit by the Foot breeze past Dunkaroos. What's so special about 3 feet of chewy fruit? Dunkaroos are cookies...dipped in FROSTING. But it's time to exercise your right to vote once again.
• At least their cover model did... • Dawson's got a new job! • Vince Vaughn has officially put a ring on it. • The cutest sweater dresses around. • Welcome back, Kanye West! • Wanna save money on groceries?
...or Hanukkah...or Kwanzaa....or just because. Yes, it's holiday season, which means it's time to print out that list of wants you've been keeping all year and hand it over to mama so she can make all your dreams come true. We all know this time of year should be all about the giving, but we can admit that getting feels really freaking awesome, too.
Our elementary school days were filled with lazy after-school sessions of TV surfing; all those wholesome family shows chock full of life lessons, physical comedy and a happy ending. We were addicted to the Full House family and all the hilarious mishaps of Tim the Tool Man Taylor.
We curl up on the couch with a bowl of popcorn, a Diet Coke and soak up every minute of teenage nostalgia, especially the angst-y, heartbreak-y, hormone-driven parts that come with the High School Movie.
Remember the days when a chaste woman wore a white wedding gown and saved herself for the honeymoon? Me neither. Times are changing, and so...
[Every weekour style guru takes a celebrity look and breaks it down for you, our poor college fashionista. What does that mean? It means that...
That’s right, ladies, if you are addicts of shows like Sex and the City and Gossip Girl, you are going to get pregnant. Kind of....
It might go against Scientology to record my thoughts but my thetan level is low enough that it might not matter until later, when I...
Dianne Wiest. John Lithgow. Arthur Miller. Broadway. Katie Holmes. Figure it out yet? Of course you have, because Katie Holmes on Broadway seems to fit...
I’m slowly coming to terms with the fact that my liking a show is essentially its kiss of death (so I hope no one is...