TV is our religion. A good book on a rainy day is our idea of heaven. And Pop Culture Playpen is our little corner of the interweb to share our various obsessions and rants about the wide world of popular culture, from wailing over Joss Whedon’s latest prematurely cancelled series to getting all giggly over another outbreak of cute between Supernatural’s Jared and Jensen.
TV Kicks: Quantum Leap, My So-Called Life, Freaks and Geeks, Felicity, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Wonderfalls, Nip/Tuck, Supernatural, How I Met Your Mother, Gossip Girl, Dollhouse, True Blood,Glee, Chuck, The Big Bang Theory, White Collar, Pretty Little Liars, Sherlock, Community, Parks and Recreation.
Screenshots: Grease 2, The Princess Bride, Like Water for Chocolate, Stardust
Bookmark: Fairytales, folklore, Roald Dahl, C. S. Lewis, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Philip Pullman, Philip K. Dick, Angela Carter, Jasper Fforde, Neil Gaiman, Richard Matheson
Miss Thropist knows more about random shiz than anyone else, and will occasionally deign to babble about it like a brook. She also works in publishing, but apps rather than books. (Don’t ask her to explain her job either.)
TV Kicks: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The West Wing, Supernatural, Firefly, QI, Monkey Dust, University Challenge, Weeds, Dead Like Me, The Wire, The Inbetweeners, Sherlock, Community, Veronica Mars, Friday Night Lights, Pointless, Cougar Town, Damages
Screenshots: Shrek, Fight Club, Through The Glass Ceiling, Dr Horrible’s Sing-along Blog, Cruel Intentions, Some Like It Hot, Transamerica, The Princess Bride, A Hard Day’s Night, The Wizard of Oz, Guys and Dolls, Mulholland Drive, Waking Life, Bring It On, Ronsencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, Trapped in the Closet, Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, Cat Ballou, The Cabin in the Woods, My Dinner With Andre, Spirited Away
Bookmark: Jane Austen, Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman, Jasper Fforde, Thomas Hardy, Daphne du Maurier, CS Lewis, Lewis Carroll, Roald Dahl, DH Lawrence, Jack Kerouac, Jonathan Safran Foer, Douglas Adams, LM Montgomery, Umberto Eco, William S. Burroughs
You probably didn’t hear it here first. But we’re going to go ahead and have a poke anyway.