“Betty Draper, even after she divorces Don and marries the rich politician, sits at the kitchen table. Funny how her new kitchen in the mansion looks like her old kitchen in the big suburban house, looks like Pete Campbell’s kitchen in his suburban house. Wood cabinets and plaid curtains and harvest gold appliances.”
“Rarely smiling at her partner, she seemed intent on projecting her sexual energy outward, to me, and if the camera lingered over her hard, catlike features, she would close her eyes, tilt her head backwards, and whip her hair across her face as if prolonged exposure to the camera brought her to the brink of orgasm.”
Mocking Lifetime movies prove to be our editor-in-chief’s favorite form of stress relief.
“It’s more like a sad, sad joke played by someone. I love the fact that the kids are just so mischievous and have no regard for the fact that they’re breaking their dad’s soul.”
Born in Canada and bred in the U.S., Allen Forrest has worked in many mediums: computer graphics, theater, […]
Your Favorite Episode of ALL TIME EVER: “Comeback Kid” from Parks & Rec. It’s the episode when Leslie is trying to make a comeback in her campaign and it doesn’t go so well. I don’t think I’ve ever laughed so hard at any TV show.
“Oh goodness, we haven’t met, no way; I would’ve remembered meeting you for sure. Do you live here Mr. Hooker? I was looking for Roy, but I didn’t expect another famous person,” the old man shook the husband’s hand, crunching the freshly sealed letter, “I wrote that for Roy.”