A guide to what we’re barely putting up with this week.
PBS’ exceedingly gentle study in retro warmth, Call The Midwife. Finally: a show where babies are born every week that has nothing to do with the Duggars.
The glamorous disaster that is the 2015 Met Gala. This is what happens when a red carpet event is just a red carpet.
Trailers for Mad Max: Fury Road. It’s sort of like a live action, very serious, very dusty version of the movie Cannonball Run.
Kevin Spacey for E-Trade. So first a talking baby and now a generic psychopath character recommend you trade some stocks online.
TLC’s latest Duggars, The Willis Family. There are two ways to get a show on TLC: Be an oddity, or become an oddity by having an unwieldy number of children.
Royal baby 2015 memorabilia. Surely your grandkids will treasure that commemorative doll, mug, or box of Princess Huggies when they find it at the bottom of one of the piles of garbage in what once was your living room on Hoarders.
The Tamagotchi Classic App. Not even misplaced nostalgia can turn a pile of pixels into a fun pet. A slap bracelet app would make more sense.