As an entertainment-focused society, we all grow to love certain things about the television shows we watch. It might be the characters, the story arcs or the actors, all of which are more than believable choices. But sometimes, what really hooks a viewer, or holds meaning to a devoted fan, is the theme song. It’s something you can sing along with, rock out to and remember for the rest of your life. Check out the five theme songs I’ve picked out as being particularly memorable below!
Sheldon Cooper of The Big Bang Theory is certainly unique. The genius level yet socially inept physicist may wear thin on his friends with his many quirks, but Sheldon is undoubtedly much beloved among fans. His lack of adherence to social norms leads him to have a wardrobe off the beaten path. While he may be high maintenance in other ways, his wardrobe is anything but, as he wears the same type of outfit whether he is at work or taking “his spot” on the couch. Colorful and rather adorkable, Sheldon’s wardrobe is easy and fun to copy, especially for a nerdy girl! Continue reading
We all have those moments while we’re watching one of our favorite TV shows and one of the characters appears in an amazing pair of shoes or an adorable top and you think how awesome it would be to have what they’re wearing. Maybe you even do a Google search to try to find out where you can buy it. Inevitably whatever it is costs way more money than any normal person would spend on an item of clothing (believe me, every time I search for Mindy Kaling’s loungewear from The Mindy Project I find that I’d have to spend at least $200 for a t-shirt or a pair of leggings).
So, since most of us don’t have the cash to shell out for the designer clothes featured on TV shows, instead we can imagine raiding all our fashionable characters’ closets and taking home our favorite items. If this amazing scenario ever happened, these are the five characters whose closets I’d most like to get access to: Continue reading
Even though the night really belongs to the movies, the Golden Globe Awards often finds some of its best moments stemming from the television acknowledgements that are handed out by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. For the most part, this section of the awards is the only reason I tune in. My inner child has no use for the categories of Best Motion Picture (whether drama or comedy or musical), or for the same actors and actresses to be nominated in the same categories. It’s boring. Continue reading