Who Is America? + Limonana

Who Is America? is a hacktastic chronicle of our postmodern reality. In the same vain as Nathan For You, Sacha Baron Cohen takes social awkwardness to a horrifying and hysterical extension. Baron Cohen's ridiculous characters and his unwitting participants' reactions are cry-laugh inducing. At the same time he points out the corruption that pervades our … Continue reading Who Is America? + Limonana


Roseanne + PBR

A Tuned Out Nation Creates a Cultural Crisis When you become a keyboard warrior it's inevitable you'll get lost in your own arrogance. But what happens in the real world when you disagree? Are you willing to call your own dad a Nazi and cut off your relationship because he voted for Trump? Would you … Continue reading Roseanne + PBR

Love + Chocolate Chip Cookies

Today we mourn the passing of Love, the most addicting dramedy to ever grace Netflix. Love R.I.P. 2016 - 2018 In 2012 it was terrifying to find Judd Apatow's This Is 40 to be so relatable; I was 22. Fortunately for my intense aging anxiety (aging is better than the alternative), Love hit me even harder. … Continue reading Love + Chocolate Chip Cookies

Crashing + Black & Tan

Judd Apatow continues to farm highly relatable comedic talent in Pete Holmes. For the past two seasons Pete's eponymous protagonist struggles to reconcile his faith with modern society, reality, and his dream of becoming a comedian. What makes Crashing stand out from Apatow's other HBO series Girls, is the focus on comedy as religion. Legendary comics … Continue reading Crashing + Black & Tan