Author Archives: Heather

Fuglyn Nine-Nine: Eva Longoria

To some people’s eyes this might just be a creamy halter dress.

eva longoria in monaco

But all I can see when I look at her torso is a necktie made of flesh. You can understand how that might spoil the mood.

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Fugs and Fabs: Elle Women in Music

Most of these women don’t exactly LEAP to mind when I think of women in music, but maybe everyone else was busy.

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Recent Fugs and Fabs: Britt Robertson

I’m not sure about a movie based on a region of Disneyland, but she is awfully charming, so maybe Britt plus Intern George will be enough to get me there.

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Cannes Fugs and Fabs: The Rest of the “Youth” Premiere

This one is almost all models. I’m glad they love Cannes so much, because they often bring the worst and weirdest.

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Fug the Show: “The Royals” season finale

Ted remains unfired — but Ophelia is not so lucky, and neither are some pistols.


Fug the Show: Nashville, season 3 finale

This episode was weirdly unsatisfying to me, I think because every story seemed so telegraphed by the time we actually got there — with the slight exception of Will’s, which has always been one of my favorites even when it’s repetitive. But I think the real problem I had with it was the lack of proper musical numbers. I don’t know where I would have PUT them, necessarily, but I do think this show runs the risk of letting Empire run rings around it when it comes to threading in buzzworthy songs. So when the music limps and the stories limp…

I mean, we spent a LOT of time having dreams with Deacon:


One minute he’ll be lying in repose, enjoying a sunny day, and the next he realizes he’s in a shallow grave being buried — or he’ll have an anxiety dream about surgery, etc. It makes sense that he’s nervous about the transplant surgery, but we get it. I am not sure I needed more than one of these in the episode. Cut one and let him sing with Maddie for what he might be worried is the last time, and let them both cry. Or, better, let Maddie write him a song about how much he means to her, and let them both cry. Whatever. If you’re going to pretend to kill Deacon, take hard aim at my heartstrings. REALLY GET AFTER IT.

Juliette comes home from another all-nighter at the studio and has this facial expression to offer her baby:

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