BY Katie Oldaker
on Feb 05, 2010
The Super Bowl is, historically, one of the most-watched events in American television each year. Folks gather far and wide to watch the AFC and the NFC champs duke it out. Although really, the Super Bowl is more about two very very important things: one being food (just writing this so far has made me crave queso dip and pigs in a blanket...) and the other being good old American capitalism via commercial-watching. We've all seen the entertaining ads with cat ... Read More
BY Eliza C. Thompson
on Feb 04, 2010
I'd just like to nerd out for a minute and talk about the fact that the final season of Lost premiered last night -- I can't be the only BUST reader who's obsessed, right? Don't worry, I'm not gonna spoil it for anybody who hasn't had the chance to watch those two hours of glorious, crazy, WTF-is-going-on television yet, but I would like to take a moment to appreciate the totally awesome ladies who appear on that show. Seriously, can you think of any other show ... Read More
on Feb 03, 2010
From her cinema debut in Real Women Have Curves to her TV takeover as Ugly Betty, America Ferrera has built a career on playing the most relatable female characters in pop culture today. Here, she talks with her close friend and Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants costar, Amber Tamblyn.
When was the moment that you felt like you knew you were going to do something big, regardless of how people treated you? I think the first time I felt that moment was ... Read More
BY Jamie Doak
on Jan 27, 2010
Abortion can have a happy ending. Seriously. But you wouldn't think so by watching American TV shows or movies. Most of the time the A-word isn't even mentioned and the plot dives straight into "Oh noes, how will I raise this baby on my own!" Of course, then you have the adoption genre with shows like Glee that have characters waffling between adoption and teen motherhood. Juno goes as far as to enter an abortion clinic before deciding ... Read More
on Jan 25, 2010
The tireless twosome, bffs John Roberts and the delightful Debbie Harry are back for more in this New Years sketch. This night in feels eerily similar to several of my own New Years celebrations, right down to the wii fit fumbling and over indulging. Happy New Year indeed!
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