For research and curiosity’s sake, I watched the first two episodes of Tori Spelling’s new scripted series Mystery Girls. While one might think a Jennie Garth/Tori Spelling nostalgia combo platter would be comforting, in actuality it’s just depressing (not to mention poorly written). I’m starting to think Tori Spelling lives her whole life as though it was episodic television. Skip Mystery Girls in favor of Cabin Fever – Tori and Dean’s Canadian lake cabin renovation reality show filmed last year before all the cheating drama went public. Some of the renovation ideas are cute and clever. The kids show up, and I was so happy to see precious Patsy. Bear witness to the last days of Tori & Dean. Trouble finding Cabin Fever? That’s because the reality-renovation show’s marooned on Great American Country (yeah, apparently that’s a network). I’ve seen Obvious Child. Twice. I don’t want to tell you what to think about it, but I recommend you support this movie in the theater. We need more projects like this one funded and available in wide release. Gaby Hoffman is everything. I need her to doula my baby. Jenny Slate, you were on the brink of alienating us with your conspicuous, showy, enduring display of impossibly toned abs. I finally got around to watching Orange is the New Black. (Thanks Lisa&Paul.) Well worth your time, but I warn you binge watching that show locked me into such an incarcerated headspace. I’m late on the bandwagon, so I won’t bother repeating how well-written, diverse, and interesting OITNB is… just get around to it if you haven’t already.