Well, I feel like I just came out of a fever dream. What the hell was that? This week on Mad Men, everything was warped and creepy.
The show was a hit from the get-go and is still as relevant today as it was almost 20 years ago (yes it’s that old), and will be for years to come. So here are 10 lovely, nostalgic reasons in laugh-out-moment format as to why you should watch Friends all over again, from Season 1 Episode 1. Enjoy.
Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson investigate all aspects of single-ladydom in a sometimes honest, sometimes excruciating manner that evokes a mixed sensation of ‘I wish they were my friends’ and ‘Eww, wrong-town’. Loads of people like them but here are JUST 6 reasons you’ll be watching Broad City...
As I write this, I have the final song from this episode of Mad Men playing in my head: "I think it's so groovy now, that people are finally getting together." Ah Matt Weiner, you tricky guy. Nothing is groovy at all. “Man With a Plan” is about attempts at domination.
The self righteous criticism sprouting from every corner of the internet made me think about the fact that Kim Kardashian's met ball outfit was actually way more punk than she is being given credit for, and perhaps that's not the only punk thing about her.
We tried to get to the bottom (haha) of the issue of whether Game of Thrones really does justify it’s now-eponymous ‘Sexposition’ tag or whether it’s all just a big medieval orgy…
Oh Lena. Don't change for us; your weird body and the brashness with which your shove it down our throats is what we like most about you! Without it you're just sort of well... Slack jawed, apparently. Anyway, here's a slideshow of Lena Dunham's weird expression at the Met Gala...
Portable spoke to Vivienne Roumani about her inspiration for making a film about books, her personal stance on digitization and what she hopes for the future of the written word.
This episode of Mad Men, “For Immediate Release,” was continuously shocking, and yet I never felt that shocked. It was quick scene after quick scene, just getting us information and moving along.
Portable spoke to Walter Hugo about his fascination with the scientific processes of early photographic techniques, his inspiration, and future plans.