The Emmy nominations came out last week and it was impossible to get very far in the list of nominees without finding representatives of the LGBT community both in fictional… More
Category Archives: Saturday Night Live
If mainstream America didn’t know the name Taraji P. Henson, it definitely does now.
Missed Nicki Minaj’s recent appearance on “Saturday Night Live”? No worries, you can watch the full episode here. And let me say this, Nicki, who was the musical guest, held… More
It wasn’t the best Emmys broadcast of all time but it certainly wasn’t the worst either. Seth Meyers did a good job in his hosting duties but isn’t there a law that Amy… More
Earlier this week, we highlighted (gushed?) about how Matt Bomer should win the Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Television Movie Emmy this Monday during the 66th Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards…. More
The stars came out on Saturday as the 30th Annual Television Critics Association Awards were handed out at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. Host Terry Crews (“Brooklyn 99“) brought his… More
See which “Saturday Night Live” skit has people laughing and the one that has some people fuming plus my watchlist and what’s hot (Kerry Washington’s a mom) and not (the mom-to-be that killed her boyfriend). Enjoy!
Happy Hump Day! I have a few things for you to nipple on today, including Kerry Washington dishing on what we can expect from “Scandal’s” season three finale Thursday, who’ll be stopping by Maya Rudolph’s new variety show and why Whoopi Goldberg dropped 30 pounds. Plus, see my watchlist and what’s hot (and not). Enjoy!
You know I love to laugh so to help you get through the rest of this workweek, I’ve compiled three funny clips that you should check out. WARNING: Not responsible for hysterical outbreaks of laughter while at your desk. Proceed with caution. Enjoy!
Happy Monday and all that good stuff. There’s much buzzing taking place around the globe, including speculation about who Lupita Nyong’o is really booed up with, “Saturday Night Live’s” parody of “Scandal” and Black Twitter’s ongoing introduction to mainstream America