Good morning, Brewbies! It’s Friday! You made it! High five!
This is your daily reminder to follow Trish Bendix on Twitter (@TrishBendix) to keep up with all the latest hijinks from the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour.
Margaret Cho has been angling for a spot as a permanent co-host on The View for a while now. Yesterday, she guest-hosted and had a hilarious exchange with Whoopi Goldberg about the ways weed has changed over the years.
Cho is back on as a guest host today. Just give her the permanent spot already, ABC!
Anna Kendrick and Aubrey Plaza are having a hard time working out the finer details of their blossoming physical love.
um @evilhag I’m waiting in mine. If we’re gonna have an affair we need to be more organized about it.
— Anna Kendrick (@AnnaKendrick47) July 25, 2013
Don’t be jealous, Brittany Snow. We’ll get drunk and let you take advantage of us.
Vulture published an article yesterday about how lesbians are having the best summer of TV representation ever. On the one hand, they’re totally right. On the other hand, stop killing all of our summer lesbians, TELEVISION.
Yesterday, Sherri Saum posted a photo of her and Teri Polo — whom she always tags as #MyTeriPolo in her tweets, because she is a flawless human being — as they were getting ready for an interview on Hallmark Channel’s Home and Family. Their episode airs this morning at 10:00 a.m. EST.
Speaking of photos of celebrities we love, BuzzFeed have given us an awesome list called “28 Times The Cast Of Orange Is The New Black Was Adorable Together On Instagram” and it is, well, adorable. It said it right there in the title. Adorable. And BuzzFeed doesn’t lie. See:
Man, I never get tired of looking at this beautiful, diverse cast. (Hi, Jodie!)
Over at Queerty, Stacy Lambe noticed that Rutgers’ new Athletic Director, Julie Hermann, has revealed that she’s gay in her official online Rutgers bio. He noted that she is one of only three current female athletic directors at the Football Bowl Subdivision level, and also one of the very few openly gay ADs. So, four for you, Julie Hermann. You go, Julie Hermann.
The Telegraph published a really incisive op-ed about what’s next for UK Prime Minster David Cameron now that marriage equality has been passed in England and Wales.
This is my dream. I want being gay, or bisexual or transgender, to be the left-handedness of the future. Yes we are a little bit different, but we are equal and nobody would dream of bullying us – just as they wouldn’t torment a left-hander.
Today in lesbian-ish TV: The Ellen DeGeneres Show*, Talking Liberally with Stephanie Miller (Current 9 a.m.), Home & Family (Hallmark 10 a.m.) – Guests: Teri Polo and Sherri Saum, The View – Guest co-host: Margaret Cho, The Kids Are All Right (HBO Comedy 11:45 a.m.), The Bold and the Beautiful (CBS 1:30 p.m.), The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.), Ellen DeGeneres: The Beginning (HBO Comedy 4:55 p.m., Jane Velez-Mitchell (HLN 7 p.m.), Push Girls “Love Me or Leave Me”/”Season Finale” (Sundance 7 p.m., 7:30 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.), True Blood marathon (HBO2 9 p.m.), Friends “The One with the Dozen Lasagnas” (TV Land 10:30 p.m.)*, Arrested Development marathon (IFC 10:30 p.m.), Friends “The One with Two Parts, Pt. 1” (TV Land 11 p.m.)*, Our Idiot Brother (TMC 11:40 p.m.), That Sex Show (Logo 1 a.m.)*, Lost Girl marathon (Syfy 3 a.m.), Felt (Logo 3:30 a.m.)*, The Out List (HBO Signature 4:55 a.m.), Buffy “The Gift” (Chiller 5 a.m.)*
*Denotes a rerun. Thanks for the schedule, Roni!
We’ve got goodies from TCA and the next round of voting in our Ultimate Femslash Madness Tournament today, so stick around. And have a great weekend, friends.