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Worst Holiday to Be Single

MOLLY SCHOEMANN: I’ll never forget the year I had an awful break-up right before Arbor Day, of all days. What horrible memories. Everywhere around me on Arbor Day I was forced to listen to couples in love. “Which trees do you like, honey? I like oak trees. Let’s make out, yay Arbor Day!”

DANI ALEXIS RYSKAMP: ‘Tis true that being single on Arbor Day sucks. But it can’t hold a candle (cliche-pun-wordle-thingy intended) to being single on Christmas. Continue reading

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In Briefs: Eat, Pray, Love

MOLLY SCHOEMANN: Has anyone else seen the preview for ‘Eat Pray Love’? It kind of made my eye twitch.

SARA WELSH: I have no interest in watching Julia Roberts throw herself in any way, shape or form at James Franco.

THOMAS DELAPA: I’m giving odds there’s a lot more eating and lovin’ than praying. Under the Tuscan Sun stir-fried with The Razor’s Edge? Continue reading

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Lost: Week 11

ZOË RICE: Oh Lost. I don’t know what to think about you this week. In fact, I’m feeling a little…lost. This week’s episode, “Everybody Loves Hugo,” felt like a mash up of pieces that never quite gelled into a cohesive whole. A maintenance episode, perhaps, getting rid of some of the flotsam (sorry, Ilana), and moving along some of the plot (how many plans and camps do we have now?), with a classic Lost twist at the very end (Ouch, Locke).

TED BERG: OK, I’m similarly unsettled as usual, but I’m going to chalk up “Everybody Loves Hugo” to being a transitional episode meant to get important pieces in different places. Continue reading

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