I mean it as a compliment when I say that watching Big Love always makes me feel kind of sick. I get so tense every week with all the drama and the fighting and the secret loving.
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Welcome to Wife Watch!, the only blog post that ranks the most powerful wives on this week's episode of Big Love.
The Golden Globe awards are often the best of the awards shows, because they're more freewheeling and it appears no one really takes them seriously.
Glambert's AMAs make-out session was but a little blip on the gaydar compared to what Big Love has in store for season four: Alby (Matt Ross), the HBO...
This week's episode finds every character in some kind of crisis, so the First Wife title goes less to the woman who's got it all together and more to the woman who is the least out of control.
Explosions and mechanical mayhem have supplanted plot and character at the movies and thus, the simple art of storytelling has moved into living rooms. Where plots develop and characters grow, sex happens.
I'm about three drinks in when the towering Maria Sharapova, dressed like an America Gladiator from outer space, bedazzled silver headband and all, takes the court.
Why does religion rely so desperately on the fear factor? Why does it have to use threats of eternal damnation instead of showing real joy?
It's time to say goodbye to another season of the greatest drama currently on television. Yes, you guys. That's exactly what it is, and the finale proved why.
I've taken an extra day to process this week's installment -- "Outer Darkness" -- because it's the most controversial of the season (if not the series.)
It's Sunday. You have questions about last night's Saturday Night Live. We have answers.
You were never going to be First Wife, Kathy, even though Wanda wanted to cede her authority to you. But you will be missed.
I wonder how pill-popping Rush Limbaugh would explain this: a new study out of Harvard Business School finds that red-staters buy more online porn than their blue state compatriots.
I'm here to say that, as it stands, TV turns out more solid and consistent entertainment every week than the Hollywood movie studios put out between January and October most years.
Before I go on, can I just reiterate that Big Love is the best drama on television right now?
Most of my life I was under the delusion that love was a feeling, something that was going to happen to me.
Can I just say that I love Rhonda's fashion sense? She's traded compound clothes for decently normal streetwear, but she still rocks the polygamy hair, complete with mountainous bangs.
I'll tell you one of the reasons I enjoy Big Love: The writers know how to give each episode a satisfying internal arc without sacrificing the sense of the big picture.
Last week, almost everyone supported Margene, but she seemed to be sabotaging herself this week. Rolling over to play "Mommy" for no apparent reason? What's her damage?
It's been almost eighteen months, but it's finally time: Welcome back to Big Love, y'all.
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