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March 2, 2015 - 5:30pm
Looking back on her transition onto reality TV, Iaconetti said many of the things she learned from the Newhouse School helped her along the way.

Since her days as a multimedia journalist for Syracuse University's NCC News, 26-year-old Virginia native Ashley Iaconetti has made quite a few different names for herself while being on "The Bachelor:" the virgin, the crier, and self-proclaimed “Kardashley.” But despite the tears and drama, Iaconetti said being on "The Bachelor" was the "best experience of her life."

October 26, 2014 - 9:09pm
Review: Two more episodes in the series' inaugural season find it sticking to its shallow routines while once again showing promise for poignancy underneath.

Making friends as an adult is weird.

As a kid, your world is small. You sit next to other kids on the bus. You swing on swings. You play in the sand. Your moms drink wine on the porch while you ride bikes in the driveway. Friendship.

As a teen, you pick a category and define yourself. Jock, geek, goth, theater kid, music nerd. These are your people. Stick to them like glue, and enjoy the same things as far as your minimum wage part-time salary from the grocery store will take you. Friendship.

October 6, 2014 - 8:26am
The show's wit and pop-culture savviness show promise, but it runs the risk of getting old fast (just like its title).

If there was ever a show orchestrated for people in their mid-twenties, Selfie is it. And I mean orchestrated. "Arranged or combined so as to achieve a desired or maximum effect" (thank you, Merriam-Webster).

September 23, 2013 - 2:07pm
The guys discuss the return of one of their favorite shows, hope and despair regarding new comedies this fall, and general Emmy feelings before going into a more heavy analysis next week.

This week we focus on TV happenings.

We start with New Girl, a personal favorite of ours and one of the best comedies on television (1:50).

We then move on to comedies that will making their debut (or have already debuted) this fall including: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Trophy Wife, Dads, and many others (15:00).

We finish talking about general Emmy thoughts regarding the landscape of television (31:05), and give our pop culture recommendations for the week (38:10).