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Emmy's Emmys: Biggest Disappointment

March 19, 2012

By Emmy Lindfors Managing Editor Caution Spoiler Alert Ahead Tonight “Pretty Little Liars” viewers were finally going to get what they wanted: to know who the mysterious A was. (For those of you who don’t know, A is the stalker of the four ‘Liars’ Aria, Spencer, Hannah and Emily) I had spe...

Emmy's Emmys: Best Musical Moment

February 25, 2012

By Emmy Lindfors Managing Editor Sheldon Cooper. There are many words that can describe him (physicist, intelligent, quirky), but “Big Bang Theory” viewers would never think musician was one of them. This week, Sheldon proved them wrong. After learning his barber was in the hospital, Sheldon was t...

Emmy's Emmys: Worst Singing Show

February 19, 2012

By Emmy Lindfors Managing Editor Instead of talking about the best singing show and how I really want one of their spinning, comfy-looking chairs, I decided to take a look at the worst singing show.First off, it isn’t X Factor. X Factor is a shame to not only talent shows but television and quite po...

Emmy's Emmys: "The Big Bang Theory" Best "Shamy" Moment

January 29, 2012

By Emmy Lindfors Managing Editor Since the beginning of season five, “The Big Bang Theory” fans were treated with what they wanted: Sheldon Cooper and Amy Farrah Fowler finally moving from boy-slash-friend and girl-slash-friend status to an actual couple (of course only after signing the relationship agreement) and being jokingly n...

Emmy's Emmys: Best Mystery Writers

January 15, 2012

By Emmy Lindfors Managing Editor When thinking of a mystery show, people can assume three things about the plot: 1. There will be some sort of crime (usually a murder). 2. The detectives and any of their consultants will work on solving it. 3. They will catch the bad guy in the end. Even if a show follo...

Emmy's Emmys: Best guest star

December 11, 2011

By Emmy Lindfors Managing Editor The Jonas Brothers. Remember them? Our middle school heartthrobs who we used to argue over who would date Joe and Nick, because quite frankly no one wanted to be with Kevin. Well, the youngest member of the Jonas Brothers has made his way onto the television scene with h...

Emmy's Emmys: Best TV Fairytale

November 26, 2011

By Emmy Lindfors Managing Editor Once upon a time... These four words we have heard at the beginning of stories countless times, often when we were little. The stories usually involved a damsel in distress and a heroic prince coming to her rescue, thus them living happily ever after. We don’t often go back to t...

Emmy's Emmys: Best Award Show

November 13, 2011

By Emmy Lindfors Managing Editor On one night and one night only, the lights of Nashville shine brighter. It is when all of country’s top stars get together to celebrate country music: the CMA Awards. The night was hosted by Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley, who have hosted the show for the pas...

Emmy's Emmys: Most anticipated season premiere

November 8, 2011

By Emmy Lindfors Managing Editor I have never been one to look forward to November. While the changing colors are pretty to look at and fun to hear the crunch of them under your feet, it is just another reminder of “winter is right around the corner,” and after last winter I am in no way looking...

Emmy's Emmys: Funniest scare

October 30, 2011

By Emmy Lindfors Managing Editor As usual, when Halloween rolls around, TV shows gear their episodes to frighten their viewers and creep them out. But, shows like "The Big Bang Theory" make their Halloween episode more of a treat than a trick. In this past week's episode, Sheldon is angry at his friends be...

Emmy's Emmys: Laugh-Out-Loud Moment

October 23, 2011

By Emmy Lindfors Managing Editor “Two and a Half Men” broke records for its premiere of its ninth season (and also won the first Emmy’s Emmy). The show had 28.74 million views eyes glued to the screen. In the weeks since then, “Two and a Half Men”’s ratings steadily dropped, but this co...

Emmy's Emmys: Best Family Show

October 16, 2011

By Emmy Lindfors Managing Editor "To infinity and beyond!" Ask anyone what the famous line is from and they will know. If they don't, please make sure they aren't running a fever. Tim Allen gave his voice to Buzz Lightyear in Disney and Pixar's famous "Toy Story" movies, one of his biggest hits sin...

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