The 1950s look less kitschy and more godawful than those ecards will leave you to believe in TNT’s new drama I Am the Night.
Cassidy Blues, Contributor
Cassidy is a writer living in western Montana. As a journalist, she covered topics such as the war on women's healthcare and how her state's congressional candidate punched a reporter AND STILL WON BUT WHATEVER. In 2002, at the age of nine, Cassidy wrote People Magazine a scathing response to their lukewarm review of Scooby Doo, the live action movie. She considers this to be her most profound work. Currently, she enjoys writing about comics and gay pop culture. Cassidy is very pro-shark week.
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