Former Hoya sex columnist, Julia Allison, stars in Bravo’s Miss Advised

From Bradley Cooper’s chiseled physique to Bill Clinton’s infamous intern activities, Georgetown alumni certainly have a reputation for sex. Enter Julia Allison (COL ’04). Sexy and smart, this blogger, former Time Out New York columnist, and all-around media personality is now starring in Bravo’s new reality show, Miss Advised. After several years working as a […]

Pre-frosting Preview: DC Cupcakes

If you haven’t had your fill of D.C.-centric reality food shows, then make sure to clear your plans for tonight. At 10 p.m. EST, TLC will premiere its six-part series “DC CUPCAKES” with back-to-back episodes. The show follows Sophie LaMontagne and Katherine Kallinis, sisters originally from Toronto who opened local hotspot Georgetown Cupcake on Valentine’s […]

Georgetown alum attempts to teach son Klingon, working on Klingon-English dictionary

Raising your children bilingual is pretty common, but one Georgetown grad took it to the next level. D’Armond Speers (GRD ’02), who earned a doctorate in computational linguistics at Georgetown and is a big Star Trek fan, decided to raise his newborn son speaking only Klingon, according to Speers spoke to his son in […]

More of Tomorrow’s Classics: TV

The Voice respectfully disagrees The Voice is looking back at the best of the decade in Tomorrow’s Classics. To celebrate the end of the decade, Vox is getting in on the fun too! This week, the best of the boob tube, broken down by genre. Serial Drama (Broadcast TV) Lost, Season 4 “The Constant”: Desmond […]

Want to know what it’s like when people stop being polite and start getting real?

Were you inspired by the seven eight strangers who set up shop in Dupont Circle this summer?  Want your own shot at reality show infamy? You’re in luck: MTV is doing casting for the next season of Real World in D.C. tomorrow!  Just head over to Town Tavern at 2323 18th Street NW between 10 […]

Yet another reason not to watch Jay Leno

This clip from last night’s Jay Leno Show, in which an actor sporting a Georgetown Hoyas sweatshirt pretends to be a mentally handicapped guy imitating Man vs. Wild in his backyard, raises a number of questions: What about this is remotely funny? Why is Jay Leno still on television? Who watches this? And, most importantly, […]

The Boob Tube: Snorting Vicodin Edition

Nurse Jackie “Health Care and Cinema” On the first season finale, Jackie’s life begins to spin even further out of control and Dr. O’Hara’s mother is brought to the emergency room. WARNING: After the jump, THERE BE SPOILERS.

Tombs-inspired “St. Elmo’s Fire” to be remade as a TV show

A TV show based on the Georgetown-centric Brat Pack classic “St. Elmo’s Fire” has just been picked up by ABC.  The original 1985 film—starring Emilio Estevez, Rob Lowe,Demi Moore, Judd Nelson, Ally Sheedy and Mare Winningham as friends who had recently graduated from Georgetown and hung out at the Tombs stand-in, St. Elmo’s Fire —is […]

More extensive (and expensive) cable service coming to Georgetown dorms

We were due for an update… You may have noticed construction work going on lately along the north side of campus, by Resevoir Road, and there’s an explanation: Georgetown is installing a new cable television system for the residence halls. The new system, run by RCN, will provide more reliable reception and more channels, according […]

The Boob Tube: Voice of God Edition

It’s easy to spend time with kids with cancer when you’re dead on the inside. The Best of the Best Due to the Fourth of July preempting last week’s “Boob Tube,” this week’s installment will include the best television of the past two weeks. Royal Pains “No Man is an Island” Hank and Evan spend […]

The Boob Tube: Completely fit-shaced edition

Lunch with the boss is a bold move. The Best of the Best Rescue Me “Disease” Tommy continues to deceive his family about the fact that he is drinking again. Sean is recovering from the surgery to remove his cancer.* Better Off Ted “You Are the Boss of Me” Ted’s daughter is off in New […]