"We all have different ideas of how to achieve total bliss. For some it’s in the company of loved ones, for others it’s following their passions — but is there more to it when it comes to the bigger picture of happiness?" - by Lindsay Holmes
“That reminds me, first on the agenda: movies, always a central plank in our mission, since they’re where we go for our dates. Specifically those movies that depict a woman who works at a fashion magazine and dates a guy with slicked-back hair in finance, but he’s kind of a cad, and then she meets another guy who does pro-bono law but still makes a lot of money and is really nice, and eventually she realizes that the second guy is much better for her after she catches the first guy cheating on her with his secretary.”
"We’re six episodes into the eight-episode first season of HBO’s Looking, and still somehow in the expository stage of the storytelling relying on broad brush strokes when it comes to character development. The show’s creator, Michael Lannan, clearly had archetypes on the brain when he mapped out his San Francisco universe."- Dan Tracer
Queerty’s Dan Tracer describes the character archetypes of HBO’s Looking down to a T.
Ab-Fab: Need to grate some cheese or wash your dirty laundry the old-fashioned way? Well, say hello to Richard Fuertes’ six pack…or eight pack. Or ten pack? I can’t even count. Does it even matter? You can see more cartoon characters taking advantage Fuertes’ midsection here or attach a face to the body here.