“Marry Me” Preview: Dan Bucatinsky On Holiday Episode and Gay Characters On Today’s TV.

The holidays are here so you know what that means? Time for a lot of hurt feelings, competitive dinners, trying to impress your future mother-in-law and possibly cooking everything to an unexpected crisp. That’s just a preview of tonight’s episode of the new NBC sitcom “Marry Me” when engaged couple Annie (Casey Wilson) and Jake […]

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The Blend at TCAs: Is ‘Supernatural” Baiting The Gays? “Marry Me’s” Gay Dads And Gay Men Singing!

Since the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour is still going on in Beverly Hills through next Wednesday, I’ve got a second Blend post this week with all sorts of LGBT goodness of what we’ll be seeing on our TVs this fall as well as a bit of eye candy and gay men singing. Let’s […]

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‘General Hospital’s New Plot is a Blast From the Past

Congratulations, “General Hospital.”  You’ve progressed from ripping off Bob Guza’s mob and disaster storylines to ripping off the awesome mid-1990s Claire Labine storylines.  I am being completely sincere here. Since I’ve accepted that GH will never come up with anything new (nor, in all fairness are there many completely original possible storylines under the daytime […]

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‘MacGruber’ Tries to Overcome Stigma of ‘SNL’ Movies

By JAKE COYLE AP Entertainment Writer NEW YORK — When ‘Saturday Night Live‘ characters journey from sketch to screen, they often appear lost away from their live studio habitat. The first “SNL” movie, 1980’s ‘The Blues Brothers,’ was also the best, as anyone who recalls the “two honkies dressed like Hasidic diamond merchants” can attest. […]

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