03
Jan 19

Get the Look: Villanelle's Crumbly Chic Paris Apartment in 'Killing Eve'

With “Killing Eve,” you come for the murder, and stay for the chic Parisian apartment. As obsessed as Villanelle is with Eve, I am more obsessed with her apartment. It’s the perfect shabby chic, European, “I-don’t-care-but-somehow-managed-to-throw-this-fabulous-apartment-together” apartment. It’s partially crumbling before your very eyes, but there’s a super cool modern lamp in the corner, so who cares that there’s probably asbestos in the walls?! Have another glass of wine and don’t think about it too hard. It’s got big French energy.

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25
Dec 18

All the 'Friends' Christmas Episodes, Ranked from Worst to Best

Any diehard “Friends” fan knows that the one holiday that truly belonged to our favorite six coffee addicts is Thanksgiving—with the eating pants, the ladyfingers and beef sautéed with peas and onions, and the truth about how Chandler lost a toe. But don’t think for a second the show ignored this festive time of year. Monica, Chandler, Joey, Phoebe, Rachel, and Ross enjoyed hijinks around Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year’s, just as much as that other holiday. But which “Friends” holiday season episode reigns supreme? To figure it out, we weighed both the funny and the festive in all of the holiday episodes throughout the show’s 10-season run. See where your favorite falls on our list.

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22
Dec 18

All "The Office" Christmas Episodes, Ranked from Worst to Best

While “Bob’s Burgers” and “Friends” maintains the monopoly on Thanksgiving stories, other shows crafted and perfected the sitcom holiday episode. Chief among them may be NBC’s “The Office,” which ran for nine seasons and celebrated Christmas for seven of them.

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20
Dec 18

How the Banks’ House in ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ Gets a Magical Makeover

Fifty-four years since her big-screen debut, Mary Poppins is still practically perfect in every way. The magical nanny reappears in Disney’s highly-anticipated sequel, “Mary Poppins Returns,” starring Emily Blunt in the charming titular role (as Julie Andrews did before her in the 1964 musical movie).

Set in 1934, instead of 1910 like the original, director Rob Marshall’s follow-up finds Blunt’s Mary Poppins returning to the Banks’ residence on 17 Cherry Tree Lane during the Great Slump. The chaotic household now sees a grown-up Michael Banks (played by Ben Whishaw) raising his three young children, with help from his sister Jane (Emily Mortimer). While the Banks’ family home maintains the same address, the famous London property isn’t a replica of its predecessor. Instead Oscar-winning production designer John Myhre focused on making the 2018 version less posh and more kid-friendly.

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19
Dec 18

The Best “Queer Eye” Items To Give Your BFF, According To Bobby Berk

What says “I love you” more than gifting your favorite person something symbolic of the Fab Five? Answer: Absolutely nothing.

Lucky for us, Bobby Berk himself decided to share his favorite “Queer Eye” merch items on Instagram Stories that will make any loyal Fab Five fan scream yassss. His hand-picked selections ranged from a face-covered mug that proclaims “Stay Fab” to ornaments featuring all five guys, and even bright pink paper to wrap everything in sight.

Get ready to become familiar with the “add to cart” button, folks. If you end up buying something for your friend, fabulous. And if you snag something for yourself instead, we absolutely will not judge.

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18
Dec 18

Home Depot Has Yard Decor For Every Iconic Holiday Movie

Have you ever dreamed of being that house on your street? You know, the one that makes cars stop and gaze at your wonderful, mystical, illuminating creation in honor of the holiday season? Well, this “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” inflatable may be a great place to start, but there’s much more where that came from.

Home Depot has a vast amount of festive yard decorations for sale, some of them obviously pegged to a particular holiday movie, and others that are symbolic of favorite films. Whether you’re a fan of the contemporary selections (like “Elf” or “A Christmas Prince”) or gravitate toward the more old school cartoons (“A Charlie Brown Christmas” or “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”), the massive retail company has something its in warehouse for you.

See below for some of our favorite holiday films and the outdoor prop that coordinates with it, and get ready to be the happening spot on your block.

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06
Dec 18

This “National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation” Inflatable Will Prove You're A Griswold

Get ready for a mix of admiration and envy from those who stumble upon your yard this holiday season. Home Depot is selling an inflatable decoration inspired by “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” that you can snag for your own home.

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04
Dec 18

People Thought “Friends” Was Leaving Netflix and Went Crazy On Twitter

Today was an emotional roller coaster, to say the least: Everyone thought “Friends” was going to be ousted from Netflix starting January 1, 2019. But now the country can rest easy, because the popular sitcom is going absolutely nowhere.

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28
Nov 18

These New Hallmark Christmas Movies Include Lots of Familiar Faces

Do you love to cozy up on the couch with some hot cocoa and enjoy some wholesome holiday viewing? Hallmark Christmas movies are a staple of season, thanks to their “feel good” vibes and lack of, well, reality. (Hey, there’s a good reason this shirt is in such high demand!) After all, who doesn’t love a happy ending? And with a whole slew of stars drawn from our favorite childhood TV shows (Danica McKellar of “The Wonder Years,” Melissa Joan Hart of “Clarissa Explains it All” and “Sabrina The Teenage Witch”) we’re instantly drawn in.

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27
Nov 18

Here's What Would Happen If Harry Potter Characters Lived in Tiny Houses

We love fantasizing about what our favorite fictional characters’ tiny homes would look like. There’s something deeply satisfying about reducing someone’s life story to a concisely organized little box, especially if those characters connect with us on a deeply nostalgic level. Today we’re looking at the characters in a little-known story called “Harry Potter.” To set the scene: The tiny home trend is sweeping the wizarding world and our beloved Harry, Ron, Hermione, Draco, Luna, and Neville have decided to embrace their independence and trade their dorm rooms for their very own tiny homes.

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