Mean Girls came out in 2004, which is so hard to believe because it remains so ingrained in pop culture and absolutely iconic nearly 20 years later…which, yes, that makes me feel hella old, so let’s just move on.
Grey’s Anatomy has been on television since the dawn of time, and has had many characters come and go. The exits have ranged from sweet goodbyes to pure garbage, with many straddling the line. With the exit of Jesse Williams’s character Dr. Jackson Avery in last Thursday’s episode, I decided to rank some of the
Robin Thede––hire me.
Today is Lesbian Visibility Day and as I’ve been rewatching Grey’s Anatomy (what a surprise) I want to take a look back at my favorite WLW couple on television.
Yes, I wrote about Grey’s Anatomy again.
Folks, I hate to say it, but she’s at it again.
After 6 years, my tinnitus is gone. So, naturally, I had to write about it.
Hi, writing. It’s me, Cheyenne. I know it’s been a long time since we last got together. Months, even. We tried to meet up in August to discuss how I feel like I’m wasting my money by keeping this website online, but we both had some stuff came up. Well, ok, it was really just
Thank God I found the good in goodbye Beyoncé I grew up in Houston. Kinda. Well, Cypress, Texas, a suburb about 30 minutes outside of Houston. I say Houston because people don’t know about the tiny unincorporated suburb of Cypress, its crowning jewel a three-way tie between its high school football teams, the gummy bear
In the second post of Let’s Discuss, I examine who the best character is in hit Netflix show On My Block.