Hide your kids.
Hide your kids.
Coincidence? I THINK NOT.
Based on this Reddit thread.
We all know the Blue Fairy is hiding something in that jellyfish dress. Tumblr “Enchanted Theories” collects the best OUaT fan theories.
From the beginning of the universe to its ultimate fate, these are some of the most out there theories around. Some of them might even be true.
Plus stunning photos from the edge of an erupting volcano, the question of why Ben Affleck would want to risk playing Batman, and the ultimate in cockroach-related nightmare fuel.
Warning: This article contains big hairy spoilers for anyone who isn’t up to speed.
Warning: Spoilers ABOUND! If you haven’t seen “The Name of the Doctor,” you’re not going to want to read this.
“The owls are gathering… Find out why soon.” That’s the tease on YouTube from Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, on a webpage that features a clock ticking down the seconds until Thursday, June 23.
Today’s pop culture exegesis is courtesy of Bryan Lynch, who posits that 30 Rock is a ripoff (or homage!) of The Muppet Show. The Kenneth/Scooter comparison really brings it home. You can also bet your life’s fortune that the Muppets will make another round of cameos now (way to remember, Scott). Read More ›
Slate’s Jonah Weiner argues that every blue-stater’s favorite TV show is actually conservative. His thesis: “Liz starts from a progressive perspective before coming around to Jack’s way of seeing things” and “we seem meant to accept Liz’s Jack-ward drift…as part of her maturation.” The whole article (charmingly titled “I Want To GOP To There”) is worth a read, even if it makes you feel old and Republican. Read More ›
There’s been a good amount of Ferris Bueller analysis circulating this week, but the Fight Club Theory is my favorite. In a nutshell: “Ferris Bueller, the person, is just a figment of Cameron’s imagination, like Tyler Durden, and Sloane is the girl Cameron secretly loves.” My brain hurts now. Read More ›