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  1. Past Hour
  2. WWE Reality Shows | Official Chat Thread

    nn the girls have really dropped this show. Is nobody feeling the Carmella/Corey PDA?
  3. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    AHS' bad seasons dragging Asylum down with them.
  4. RuPaul's Drag Race

    https://tvline.com/2019/10/22/rupauls-drag-race-celebrity-edition-queens-returning-full-list/
  5. Today
  6. Superstar Photo Booth

    Had it not been for the hair, I would've thought this was Nia. Not that that's an insult cause Nia's pretty, but idk if it's the makeup or the face she's making. She looks great, though.
  7. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    Wow Handmaid's Tale being snubbed. Surprised OITNB didn't make the list, despite the weak last couple seasons. Glad GLOW made it, though!
  8. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    I’m SO tired of Fargo being snubbed and for what?
  9. The women coming to fucking eat again, it's FUCK the neckbeards  
  10. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    OOPS at the Vampire Diaries mention . I honestly think at its best it was actually one of the best soaps ever. And alongside Twilight, I think it brought a lot of women into the "genre" space where they didn't feel comfortable occupying before even in spite of shows like Charmed and Buffy in the decade prior.
  11. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    and long, damn TV Guide!
  12. Firestarter

    .intoforest { position: relative; margin: 20px auto 0px; background: #191919; height: auto; padding: 40px; width: 400px; min-height: 300px; } .intoforest img { position: absolute; height: 250px; width: 480px; object-fit: cover; left: 0px; top: 0px; filter: grayscale(0%) contrast(75%); } .ifoutline { position: relative; min-height: 220px; width: 320px; border: 1px solid #d3e0e5; } .intoforest text { display: block; position: relative; color: #e7e7e7; padding: 30px; margin-top: 210px; text-align: justify; font-size: 12px; line-height: 180%; font-family: roboto; padding-bottom: 20px; } .intoforest lyrics { position: absolute; color: #d3e0e5; font-family: overpass; text-transform: uppercase; font-weight: 800; font-size: 10px; letter-spacing: 10px; width: 200px; line-height: 200%; padding: 20px; } I'm the trouble starter Coming off of the heels of an increasingly stressful week, made markedly better by a reunion with whom he was quickly blossoming feelings for, Bobby decided that he needed a forum to decompress and de-stress. Retreating to his faithful steed, an olive green pickup sitting on 18”—his stallion—he sets off towards a part of town that most justifiably avoided, especially if you weren’t a familiar face. Despite having not been born or raised there, or anywhere even in the vicinity of the state, he knew Marshall’s Point like the back of his hand. The roads beneath his rubber wheels were practically cracked and ground into dust, while graffiti served as birth markings to distinguish the worn buildings. Fences were patched with scraps of steel, and larger chunks of steel in the form of broken down cars garnished the centerpieces of it all, them being the gang members, drug dealers and prostitutes scattered onto every corner. It wasn’t luxurious by any stretch of the imagination, and proved to contradict his efforts to escape his past life, but it was here Bobby would find his nirvana—‘Sweatbox’ Boxing Gym. Occupying old warehouse space and standing three stories tall, a handful of natives would use the property to stay in shape and unleash pent up anger, both being avenues the former marine enjoyed practicing through his most favorite hobby. And with his usual partner in crime, Andrew, temporarily out of commission, he arranged a meet up with a familiar who he often teased could benefit from some toughening up. Pulling up along the sidewalk just out front, Bobby marches toward the metal side door with his gym bag in tow, the window guarded by a cage of steel and the mahogany paint peeling from the body in strips. Swinging it open and swaggering in with his signature cockiness/bravado, he tosses his bag in his designated locker, then peels off his t-shirt to allow the sunlight pouring through the windows to contour the muscles of his already impeccable physique; every peak, every valley, just above his startlingly low hanging jeans and Calvins. He was a show off, to say the least. He took to the sink closest to the showers to wash a handful of water over his face, both as a means of waking himself up and rinsing away some of the grime and grease from his skin, afterward taking the time to properly observe himself completely in the modest-sized mirror. Despite his occasional tendency of playful haughtiness and swanking, Bobby actually didn’t consider himself overly conceited or anything of the sort. Confident, absolutely, but not at all shallow or superficial. That didn’t mean that he couldn’t take the time out to admire his fruits of hard labor every now and then. He runs his hands down the surface of the deep tinted bronze skin, letting his fingers graze over every shift, every cut and crevice, with appropriate admiration for his objectively well-built frame. Every once in a while, he’d stumble over the harsh texture of a deep rigid scar or the sensitive tissue of a, since-repaired, once-near critical wound, and it’s as if he can recall every dismal memory that accompanies the individual mark. Bobby shifts his frame slightly to the side before returning face-front, giving his body a complete once-over. Battle-tested, he’d definitely call himself. He was a warrior in every sense of the word, for better or worse. But most times he has to improvise without a sword or shield. Bobby doesn’t regret many things in his life—rather, he treats every situation as a catalyst for growth. That said, he’s also abreast of the fact that every action forges reaction; that every cause has a consequence. The grate of the steel door dragging agonizingly on the cold tiled floor is enough to break him from his reverie, before he changes into his boxing shorts and packs his few belongings into the cramped locker space, then heads back out the centerfold. Aching to emit the steam confined in his hard head, Bobby climbs a heavy punching bag like an animal, wraps his legs around its circumference, then begins his sit ups to warm himself, whilst hanging off. His bare core muscles tighten, each of his many abs taking full iron form as his top half comes parallel with the heavy bag, and falls back to a ‘resting’ position. His endurance and his strength was on full display, almost as though it were a masterful performance to less skilled onlookers. But he thought nothing of it, his focus squarely on his fitness—his one area of strict discipline. With the background track boosting his adrenaline, his action is continuous and fast, drawing heavy sweat from his pores with ease. It's suddenly he’s interrupted by a tap on his dampened shoulder. Transitioning into a handstand, then rotating back to his feet, he catches his breath, stands tall and greets his special guest. “Yo, Auggie! My man!” he roars with a wide grin, offering a patent handshake, then pulling his casual friend in for a noogie. “It’s been too fucking long; how you been, buddy? Ha, hey don’t look so scared to be here, you’re gonna embarrass me,” he adds on to tease. MONTY @ris
  13. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    would you like to share with the class
  14. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    I’ve only seen a few of these in passing, tbh there are some that came to mind that are absent  
  15. Who is this bad bitch?
  16. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    also @ any fleabag fans, watch chewing gum. it's a bit more comedic/raunchy but it's a similar concept just of a different tone. it lasted two seasons and it's incredible
  17. Will Smith’s ‘Gemini Man’ a $75 million flop

    I hadn’t even heard of it until this weeks Blank Check popped up on my podcast feed.
  18. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    fjfjd I skimmed to find the Parks and Rec mention (Community was cute too) so I only read a third of it tbh!
  19. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    Glow snatching a spot  
  20. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    i don't know how they gathered everyone to actually want to tune across the world at 12/1/2/3 just to watch a scripted drama .
  21. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    glee getting a tiny mention at the end like it didn't redefine queers on tv. we need to take this site down but this piece was cute
  22. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    This companion piece is cute.  
  23. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    This is tea. You could debate the quality toward the end (which is really the only time it fell off), but Game of Thrones will likely be the last of its kind and its scope alone carried it throughout its run. I've never seen shit like that on TV before.
  24. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    it's definitely not a bad show but game of thrones was absolutely the show of the decade. it went out poorly but it ruled the 2010s more than anything else. it's probably the last scripted show the masses will ever watch together as most other shows are on streaming services initially or people just dvr them/use hulu. if i made one based purely on my personal taste it would've been something like b99/glow/smash but got definitely deserved at least a much higher place than number 10
  25. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    never seen ha, but what do you prefer? I've never heard a bad thing about Americans tbh
  26. TV Guide's 25 Best Shows of the Decade (2010-2019)

    Oh wow, oh wow! This list is incredible, the taste really jumped out!
  27. Will Smith’s ‘Gemini Man’ a $75 million flop

    It looked like absolute garbage, so it's not a surprise to anybody.
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