Top 5 Reasons Why You Should See Battle of the Sexes This Weekend

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It’s Friday! Let’s Dance!

What are your weekend plans? I’m tired, and hopefully don’t have to do anything.

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It’s Take A Break Time!

I forgot to queue up the Project Club post last night and don’t remember what I wanted to get done, so let’s just pretend I did it! And let’s take a break, while we’re at it. We work hard and we’re all tired. Please share your favorite relaxation techniques/chill songs/funny videos/kitten gifs.

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So, How Was Your Day?

Mine was good! We got a ton of free food at work, including cake, and I ate too much and made myself a little sick because I’m apparently an unsupervised five-year-old at a birthday party.

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Tuesday TV Talk

What have you been watching? I recently binged American Vandal on Netflix, and it was ADORABLE. I went in expecting an obnoxiously self-aware and smirking mockumentary, and got adorably earnest and realistic teens trying to solve a very silly mystery instead. It was great.

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How Was Your Weekend?

I was ON FIRE this weekend. I got so much stuff done–shopping, chores, writing, making it out of Target with only the things I needed. I’m pretty proud of myself. And the neighbor who helped me move my treadmill is definitely still alive, so I’m also not a murderer, which is always nice.

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Weird Audi Commercials and The 69th Annual Emmy Awards

Last night, late night favorite Stephen Colbert hosted a tight and efficient Primetime Emmy Awards .  Comedy bits were fine, the correct names were called (like Oprah would fuck that up), and the winners were generally well accepted.  Speaking of which, it feels like diversity was a big winner tonight, with a number of women or minority-led shows getting recognition, including Big Little Lies, The Handmaid’s Tale, Master of None, Atlanta, The Night Of, and This Is Us (I particularly enjoyed Sterling K Brown’s acceptance speech).   Progress!  What else?  RuPaul portrayed the Emmy statue.   Colbert has killer abs.  I guess I really need to see “San Junipero”.  And oh yeah, Sean Spicer showed up.  What a treat!


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