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Building a deplorable wardrobe

The topic of “where do you shop for your clothes” came up on a men’s forum I frequent. This forum skews fairly young, but I offered my middle-aged deplorable advice: 584 more words

Suits Review: "The Statue"

I’m extremely happy Suits is back and that it doesn’t have the regular September/October start dates as the other series because I’ve been extremely bored. It is also surprising to see that they haven’t run out of stories especially since Mike is now a real lawyer now and it’s amazing to see Harvey and Mike working on the same team with different cases to handle even though they work great together…I’m just proud of the progress the characters are making, which could be because Harvey and Louis have therapists which they both need, hopefully it helps them make better decisions. 75 more words


Suits: 'The Statue' Review

Written by: Mathew ‘JJ’ Simoes

Suits’ new episodes this week moved some character’s stories forward, but still continues Harvey’s very odd romance.

I like seeing Harvey try and settle down, especially considering his new position at the firm.   662 more words



This is a post that is very out of the ordinary for me. I’ve never really posted about television or movies on my blog before – but I felt as though this was the perfect place to start. 592 more words


Television Review - Suits 7.02 "The Statue"

Well, after last week’s episode seemed to drive most of this show’s previous narrative path off a cliff, I confess I wasn’t particularly looking forward to seeing what they had in store in episode two. 1,649 more words


7 Interesting TV shows you should follow this summer

Hi! It’s summer again! And with it comes that drought period where it’s difficult to decide which TV show to follow. By now fan-favorite shows of broadcast stations such as The Originals, The Flash, Arrow, Empire, etc. 498 more words

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USA Network's 'Suits' Gets Its Bro-Mojo Back With Its Seventh Season Premiere

The sixth season of USA Network’s Suits was not good. At the end of the fifth season, the series took a huge gamble by exposing Mike Ross as a fraud, putting him on trial and convicting him, forcing showrunner Aaron Korsh into a no-win situation: either find a cheap loophole to allow Mike escape prison, or spend a few episodes (or more) with a prison storyline, and prison storylines… 492 more words

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