“Sometimes, when the pseudo-science plot twists makes one's head spin, it helps to remember the advice offered by the intro theme of another cult favorite show – ‘Just repeat to yourself: 'It's just a show. I should really just relax," Kimberly Wright said in 2013.
Those who revel in the Whoniverse and are Whovians will know that this season debuts a new Doctor. Peter Capaldi will take over in the TARDIS for the title character's 13th re-generation (it's a time-lord thing), proving that this guy has more lives than a cat – which a theme that keeps popping up in future (there are cat people in the future. Yes, it's weird, but you have to watch to figure that out).
Thankfully, for us #newtoWho, there is the trusty hashtag that's the brainchild of BBC America and king of the nerds, Chris Hardwick, who starred in the commercial for the network in 2012 and graces the ad's reprisal.
Sports: Mo'ne Davis is the star amateur athlete 2014 needs
Despite her team's 8-1 loss to Nevada in the 2014 Little League World Series on Wednesday, Pennsylvania's Mo'ne Davis, 13, has been the series' star.
But the young teen power pitcher is what's great about little league sports – it's genuine, honest and authentic – and in a world where little boys rule, Davis broke the usual monotony of the LLWS this summer.
To Davis, throwing like a girl means “throwing 70 mph.” You have to love her swagger. But Davis is a self-aware teenager – she told SI that she enjoys playing basketball more and would like to play at UConn before playing in the WNBA.
Music: Taylor Swift, you're next in line to culturally appropriate twerking
Attention, pop musicians – it's time to find something else to think is really cool and copy it to death. As I've said several times through this forum, twerking is dead. You've killed it. Death to twerking.
While Swift displayed her tribute to dance in her new single Shake it Off, the first cut for her purely pop 1989 later this year, the ballet, modern dance, cheerleading, tutting and b-boying is not was caught everyone's attention.
It was the twerking, often associated with hip-hop and Nicki Minaj, who also debuted her anticipated video for Anacondathis week (DISCLAIMER: Video NSFW…not at all).
But as much as Minaj is criticized for her sex sells approach to selling records, are pop artists like Katy Perry, Iggy Azeala, Miley Cyrus and now Swift going too far to try and be cool? And not just cool – what they think is cool - which is using black musicians and artists as props for a takeover for Billboard. This also includes instances of pop artists using Japanese culture to push records – looking at you, Gwen Stefani.
While we could all discuss what cultural appropriation really means and why it's wrong, Swift will probably ride this single's success and her super cute haircut and inability to dance all the way to the bank, while singing the lyrics to her new single: “The haters gonna hate, hate, hate. / Baby I'm just gonna shake, shake, shake / Shake it off.”
A word to the wise, friends: never do any online shopping after drinking too much pink wine. Just never do it. Also don't walk into a place called Barely Legal Pawn Shop – you never know what they're doing in the back room.
The series will be shown in chronological order from its pilot episode, which first aired on Dec. 17, 1989, through the 552nd episode that ended its 24th season this spring.
The deal also includes the rights for the green-lit 25th season that will premier this fall. The rights deal also includes an airing of The Simpsons Movie, which was just a 90-minute episode, that will also be aired in the chronological order of its debut.
From its announcement last winter, the $750 million deal to FXX makes that network the largest rights holder of any syndicated show in the history of TV, according to Deadline.
You can check out a detailed schedule of your favorite episodes from Vulture by clicking here. You can also follow the explosion of Simpsons fans on Twitter with the hashtag #everySimpsonsever.