Quiz: Which Cinematic Maurice is this Quote Directed At?

In the entire history of fiction, there have been exactly two characters named Maurice. This is a flagrantly untrue statement, but I had to open this little ditty somehow. If you’ve seen both Maurice (1987) or Madagascar (2005)– I’ve seen one of the two; guess which– you’ll know that there is no difference between their … Continue reading Quiz: Which Cinematic Maurice is this Quote Directed At?

Six of Jane Fonda’s Glamour Pants Looks and the Respective Personas They Reflect

For all the talents Jane Fonda has mastered, Pants On The Runway is my personal favorite. She really seems to bring an unmatched degree of elegance to the red carpet pants game. I think I’m biased towards her, but that doesn’t make my subjective personal opinions any less reasonable or factual. She looks good. Now, … Continue reading Six of Jane Fonda’s Glamour Pants Looks and the Respective Personas They Reflect

Two Olives Predict the Winners of the 71st Tony Awards

If you haven’t heard, the popular awards the Tonys– that’s Theatre for Anthonys– are airing this Sunday evening. They hand out awards to people who have done theater this year: a quaint little tradition brought forth in the 1600s that we are so honored to continue today. Nominees have been announced, or so wikipedia says, … Continue reading Two Olives Predict the Winners of the 71st Tony Awards

Major Barbara but Lady Britomart is Replaced with Lucille Bluth

Reading George Bernard Shaw's Major Barbara taught me two things: poverty is a crime and Lucille Bluth is eternal. Picture, if you will, Lady Britomart saying "I mean, it's one banana, Stephen. What could it cost? Ten dollars?" Besides, neither Gob nor Buster is quite foundling enough for Lucille (though she won't say so). This is … Continue reading Major Barbara but Lady Britomart is Replaced with Lucille Bluth