Marc Bouwer Fall 2014 Green Velvet Gown — $400
Vintage 17th Century Salem Witch Broom — $1,692
Alice in Wonderland’s Red Queen Wig — $100
Fake Buck Teeth — $15
Louboutin Boots — $1,250
I grew up on reruns of The Golden Girls, AbFab, Keeping Up Appearances, The Jeffersons, Mama's Family, The Carol Burnett Show, Laverne & Shirley, I Love Lucy, and Designing Women. I've been addicted to television ever since.
My newer televisual obsessions include: Cougar Town, The Good Wife, Veep, Archer, Arrested Development, Orange is the New Black, Mindy Project, Girls, Justified, Miranda, 30 Rock, True Blood, Orphan Black, Game of Thrones, AHS, The Office, Supernatural and of course The Real Housewives.
I love female comics, including: Joan Rivers, Bette Midler, Tina Fey, Whoopi Goldberg, Kathy Griffin, Chelsea Handler, etc.
My dream: creating my own series.
Or publishing a book.
I'm fluent in French, Portuguese, Spanish. Graduated from Cal, current UCLA student.
1. Bob Belcher from Bob’s Burgers and…
…2. Roger from American Dad.
While both appearances were brief, they made the episode. Okay, maybe I’m exaggerating but I really enjoy the two characters and their respective series. (Also, kudos for having Ms. Botz, aka The Babysitter Bandit, make a cameo in one of the stolen cars. She was from the first season of The Simpsons and one of the show’s most memorable guest characters (voiced by Penny Marshall).)
I liked college a lot more when mommy and daddy payed.
1. How to Get Away With Murder. God bless Shonda Rhimes for deciding to cast Viola Davis as the lead in a series. Davis gives a performance that highlights both her brilliance and her dedication to her craft. Her Annalise is flawed, fierce, and a badass—a quality not very many characters of color get the chance to exude. I’ll put it this way: Annalise is Alicia Florrick meets Olivia Pope with a dash of Patty Hewes; she’s the ultimate quasi-(anti-)hero.
2. Transparent. At 70, Jeffrey Tambor is giving such a vulnerable, career defining performance in Amazon Prime’s Transparent. It’s a story that is part-fearlessness, part-liberating, but all-authentic as we follow a family whose father enters the enlightened journey of his golden years. Judith Light and Gaby Hoffman round out the cast.
3. Please Like Me. Last year Entertainment Weekly included Please Like Me in its list of Top 10 series of 2013, alongside Breaking Bad, The Good Wife and Game of Thrones. That’s quite impressive for a little-known Australian export. It’s a quirky, oddly charming tale about the strange little moments in your twenties. But it’s also unlike any other series that features a central gay character. Or as Josh says in the sixth episode of the first season, “it’s pretty fucking weird.”