The list he has prepared is a big step, as is Mindy’s confession explaining why she has been so vocal about their relationship “I want it to be real and the more real it seems, the less likely it is that it could all get taken away from me.” Mindy wears her romantic temperament on her sleeve, but this level of honesty and vulnerability is rare from this character too. This statement solidifies their commitment to each other and it also signifies to the audience that we shouldn’t expect a break up in the next few episodes; they are at least in this for some sort of long haul. It is a welcome gesture as sometimes with a “will they/won’t they” couple it is easy to feel emotionally manipulated if there is a constant stream of “oh we’re almost a couple, now we’re not, now we are, oops broken up again” shenanigans.
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Jess takes a drastic measure that backfires “and at wedding 12 I sat on a men’s toilet seat” which leads to a sweet and not all that uncomfortable heart to heart with Nick considering both the location and the ex factor. This is the Nick and Jess that I love, not the arguing about bank accounts version, but the pep talk go get ‘em kind. What’s great is this episode is reminding me of a whole lot of previous strong moments with this toilet conversation harking back to the season 2 premiere sitting atop a car as Nick consoles Jess about her career situation. This time it is about love and Nick reinforces the idea that she can be a fridge person (a fridge person being a big life event, usually a wedding invite person) too. It’s also a little like the photo booth scene from “Wedding” just without the drunken sadness and Nick tells Jess to be herself, even if she automatically takes this to a Tina Turner place. It’s sweet and supports my belief that the best conversations on TV take place in the bathroom.
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The Mindy Project is back tonight! For behind the scenes photos, speculation and costuming picks for Mindy head to TV Ate My Wardrobe. Plus find out where to get those polka dot pajamas. 
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The Mindy Project is back tonight! For behind the scenes photos, speculation and costuming picks for Mindy head to TV Ate My Wardrobe. Plus find out where to get those polka dot pajamas.
http://tvatemywardrobe.com/category/the-mindy-project/

London Fashion Week picks for Elementary’s Joan Watson. For more including a retro-futuristic Tom Ford date dress head to TV Ate My Wardrobe:

http://tvatemywardrobe.com/2014/09/16/dressing-elementarys-joan-watson-from-london-fashion-week/

On Masters of Sex Bill Masters spends so long trying to ignore the past and listing off the things he either refuses to do (beg) or acknowledge as a potential reason behind his current condition (rejection) so even when he does admit there is a problem it is hard to feel sympathetic. There is something about Bill that draws Virginia to him even when he is pushing her away and it’s this push/pull that is compelling both to us an audience and the PR man who thinks Bill and Virginia would be great on TV. The back and forth between them continues to shift the power dynamic and Virginia is remarkably similar to Bill in how little of herself she gives up; even in the therapy session where she is admits deceit, she is still holding back anything that resembles her true feelings. Only giving snippets here and there when she is pressed and the psychologist can see through her defense mechanisms.

“Below the Belt” explores both those things physically below this item of clothing and confrontations that take things to an uncomfortable level; the success of these different storylines varies and it’s another case of an episode trying to address too much in one hour.

http://tvatemywardrobe.com/2014/09/15/masters-of-sex-2-10-below-the-belt-review-what-is-wrong-with-me/

A bumper Look of the Week including style highs from TIFF, the InStyle 20th anniversary party, Fox celebrating the new TV season and the US Open. Featuring Lizzy Caplan, Keke Palmer, Tina Fey, Yvonne Strahovski and many more.

Head to TV Ate My Wardrobe:

http://tvatemywardrobe.com/2014/09/12/out-of-the-box-look-of-the-week-69/

The last two episodes of Felicity S2 includes a whole lot of hook ups, bad fashion, hijinks and sums up how good this show is when it focuses on the group as well as the romantic entanglements of Felicity herself.

For more discussion head to TV Ate My Wardrobe:

http://tvatemywardrobe.com/2014/09/11/tv-rewind-felicity-final-answer-the-biggest-deal-there-is/

After seeing the most Angela Chase dress at the Creatures of the Wind NYFW show I dived into the many different plaid outfits Angela wore on My So-Called Life.

For more head to TV Ate My Wardrobe:

http://tvatemywardrobe.com/2014/09/11/the-most-angela-chase-dress-at-nyfw/

More NYFW runway watching style highs including Yvonne Strahovski, Connie Britton, Jamie Chung, Holland Roden, Willow Shields, Kiernan Shipka, Lyndsy Fonseca, Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Padma Lakshmi. 

For more head to TV Ate My Wardrobe:

http://tvatemywardrobe.com/2014/09/10/new-york-fashion-week-best-of-the-runway-watching-looks-part-2/

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