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Men: Growing beyond "boyish naivete"

Was Carl Jung, the Swiss psychologist, right about American men — a century ago?

In 1912, when the groundbreaking psychologist took a ship to the U.S., he was taken aback by the way husbands acted around wives. 1,308 more words

The Search

Charlie Sheen Checks Into Rehab - What Year is This? (January 29, 2011)

I feel like this same drama plays out every five years or so since around 1986, when Mr. Sheen caught my young eye playing the “Bad Boy in the Police Station” flirting with an otherwise unfriendly Jeanie Bueller in the great comedy  611 more words

Contemplating My Navel (Personal Blog)

Most and Least Satisfying Show Finales, According to IMDb

“Seinfeld”, “The Sopranos”, and “How I Met Your Mother” all have one thing in common. They all left fans/viewers unsatisfied when it came to the final episode. 120 more words


Jon Cryer Is Heading Into Surgery On NCIS - Today's News: Our Take | TVGuide.com

Yes! I’ve been waiting to see the extent of Jon Cryer’s talent! I’ve always believed he could do more. It’s nice to see him get a role he’s deserving of ♡ 37 more words

TV And Movies

Lead? What Lead?

Television shows that lost, or wrote off, a leading character. We’re not talking about popular supporting characters.



The O.C.

Beverly Hills, 90210

Grey’s Anatomy… 33 more words


New PINGO Challenge | It's Football Season

We have a new PINGO Challenge up and running and the prize is a touchdown!

Remember, PINGO is the game that gives you prizes for taking pictures. 147 more words


Kathy Bates Remembers Winning Her First Emmy

Kathy Bates won an Oscar in 1991, and then had to wait 21 years to win an Emmy. After nine nominations in categories ranging from director to lead actress, Bates finally landed the elusive TV trophy for a guest spot on “Two and a Half Men.” Then she won again last year for “American Horror Story: Coven.” She’s back in the running this year for the latest “Horror Story,” but, having finally felt the taste of victory, says she’s ready to see someone else shine. 598 more words