TW: Sexually bullying Stand-In is a famous romance that also celebrates female friendships, openly discusses the stigma against mental illness, and allows the main character space to explore the complexities of being biracial. It does all of this without feeling unbalanced or deviating from the romance that is the center of the plot. I listened…

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What fresh nonsense will we have tonight? Apparently last week Meatball begged Rachel to keep it, and she did, and it all happened during the credits, and I missed it. pudding: His name is…Meatball. We open with Hayden telling the other guys that he called Gabby “rough around the edges.” “That’s kind of rough though,…

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Tonight my friend, Jen, came over for dinner, so I’m giving her the show as well. She has never seen it. Will my friend still be behind? Let’s see! Pudding is too busy to watch. There are baby bunnies outside and she has to glare at the daggers. We cut to the fifteen second preview…

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It’s time for Bachelorette! Will the producers pit the women against each other? Does Logan still keep the birds? Let’s find out! Also by popular demand is Lady Pudding. I apologize for leaving it out of the last recap. She’s doing great and gave me this look when I told her what we’re looking at.…

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This season Bachelorette we have two singles at the same time, gabby and rachel. I have no idea how the logistics of this work. Do they trade dudes from their respective pools? Do they fight like Pokemon? Either way, I’m sure it will be hilarious. Also we can shoot in a new McMansion. IDK. It…

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Pudding, Duchess of Smackington, and I are here to summarize the last two episodes of love. Pudding is to be a typical teenager. She came out of her “room” (under the love seat) to cover the food with the scarf and then immediately turned down. She will come out again later and stay up all…

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It’s time for her mistress and I to summarize The Courtship. ME: Now, Pudding, you’ll be fine today and not yell out the window at school kids going home, right? Right? pudding: … Of course, mother. At Suitor’s House, the boys talk about the possibility of proposing to Nicole at the end of the show.…

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Summer is almost next to us (well, that’s where I live), which is when a lot of people around here take vacations. I like to spend the summer hanging out with my sister and her family on her campsite, taking day trips to Door County (the “thumb” of gardens, wineries, state parks, beaches and small…

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We are in five plaintiffs and Pudding and I am placing bets on who we think can win. This is Pudding’s current expression because my husband (otherwise known as the servant) kissed her forehead without her consent. Guximi! VERY COURAGEOUS, LORD! (She also hit his mouth) At the applicant’s house, Mr. Mr. Chapman admits he…

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I wanted to review Deep water partly because I wanted to warn readers about some of the content. This book contains references to human trafficking, a sexual assault on the site, and a dog in danger. Click to see if the dog is alive The dog is okay, though it is addressed somewhat vaguely. So…

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