In the seventh episode of the fourth season titled, "Mommy Meyer," Selina pulls off a respectable showing in her first debate, avoids any controversy with the press and two assassination attempts, and meets some old friends of hers. While she has fun in the White House, Amy and Dan, work on making sure the taxpayers' dollars are spent wisely at a lobbyists' convention. READ MORE
A very slow week in the campaign just passed with the only event of note was the Southern Republican Leadership Conference whose straw poll was won by Ben Carson. But this week two men officially enter the race: Rick Santorum and former New York Governor George Pataki. As if the Republican race was not crowded enough. This week's installment of the "United States Presidential Candidates Power Rankings" sees Hillary Clinton holding on to the top spot. This week's roundup below. READ MORE
Mike wins the last challenge left and his opponents place his immunity necklace around him. Rodney and Carolyn face off against each other in a fire challenge to make it to the final tribal council. Straight from the laboratories of Stocking Blue, here is our weekly look at the happenings of the previous episode and our highly scientific power ranking of the Survivor: Worlds Apart castaways. READ MORE
Mike wins both the reward and immunity challenges as the axis of evil got rid of anyone that could beat him. Straight from the laboratories of Stocking Blue, here is our weekly look at the happenings of the previous episode and our highly scientific power ranking of the Survivor: Worlds Apart castaways. READ MORE
What's the point of having 40 contestants if they're not even going to get any air time? Who knows what's going on in that rattled head of Gordon's? Anyway, 22 contestants make the cut to make it into the third episode and going into the third episode we have no idea who most of these people are. Straight from the Stockingblue laboratories, here are this week's MasterChef power rankings. Below, the home cooks and their ranking based on their performances this week. READ MORE
"Social Q's" is Philip Galanes's advice column in the New York Times. Every Tuesday in Anti-Social Q's, I will answer the same questions as "Social Q's," with a greater regard for the sad state of the human condition.
This week Philip helps out some hopeless souls. A mother-in-law likes to gossip, someone is looking for dates on job sites, a couple would like to invite friends over but not their kids, and someone wishes to avoid his or her sibling.
The Cheeseburglar is upset at Mike, the Cheesburglar laughs, and Kasstastrophe returns! These are this week's Survivor: Worlds Apart classic moments. READ MORE
ISIS continues to spread like a malignant disease, unfortunately for them, there is no water in any of the lands they claim. Oh well. The panelists for once admit that they do not know what to do about something, while they worry about technology on planes but welcome it on trains. READ MORE