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D23’s 35th Anniversary of The Golden Girls Special Event

14 Sep

I am so beyond thrilled that I was invited to be a part of this celebration of my favorite show, The Golden Girls. Enjoy!


Golden Girls Trivia is back!

29 Mar

April Golden Girls


The Nanny Trivia is coming to WeHo!

9 Mar

The Nanny Trivia

New Article for

28 Feb

Click Here To Read “Love on the Vegas Strip*”

Cosmopolitan Sketch

9 Jun

Hi friends!  I was in a sketch that is on Cosmo’s website.  Check it out by clicking the link below!!

New Podcast with Adam Tod Brown!

13 Mar

Hi friends!

I’m writing to let you know that I have a new podcast that I host with Adam Tod Brown.  We take stories from the headlines, and match them with episodes of classic television.  It’s called Laugh Track To Your Life and you can listen to it by clicking here!  Enjoy!  Let me know what you think of it!  Also available on iTunes.



Call Now

16 Dec

My Golden Girls Podcast Page Is Up!

9 May

I am excited to announce that I have added a tab at the top of my website dedicated to my most precious project– Dr. Cheesecake!  The podcast that uses episodes of The Golden Girls to solve all of life’s problems.

Please listen and enjoy!


I’m moving to Los Angeles tomorrow

4 Jun

CBS, Wednesday nights, 8pm:  The Nanny.  I marveled at Fran Drescher and thought, “That’s what I want to do.”

I watched Punky Brewster, Elaine Benes, Chrissy Snow, Blair Warner… The Golden Girls.  I heard studio audiences laughing and applauding as Blanche rebounded from another failed attempt at love.  “That’s really what I want to do.  Forever.”

I love to entertain.  To call it a passion seems like an understatement.  I was inspired by the women listed above and so many more, and I want a shot to show the world I’m half as amazing.  So, in March with help from my friend Ellie I made the extremely difficult decision to quit my job at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts and move 3,000 miles away from my friends, family, and familiar stages to Los Angeles, California.

I’ve had to say a few very difficult goodbyes so far (nothing will compare to Dad and Brother tomorrow at the airport.)  But yeah, I’ve been crying a LOT.  It’s really heartbreaking and I can’t believe this is reality.

Knowing tonight was my last night at home, my seven year old sister was crying in my dad’s arms.  She couldn’t look at him or me.  I didn’t want her to see me crying, but I scooped her up and carried her into her bedroom where we cried in each other’s arms.  I said, “I love you, I love you, I’m so proud of you, and I couldn’t have asked for a better sister.”  She told me she was sad that I was leaving.  She said she would come visit and we’d go to Disney Land.  She asked me, “When you move to California, will you still cheer for the Red Sox?” I said, “I can go to LA, New York, Miami, China… Anywhere. I will always be a Boston girl.”

I feel scared, but I don’t know why.  I’m not afraid of failure.  I really believe that I will end up exactly where I should be.  Whether that’s on the cover of every magazine in the supermarket, or in a suburb of Boston with a husband and two kids.  I am a woman of faith and I trust completely I’ll be guided to where I need to be.

There’s this scene from one of my favorite movies, Selena, where she has a press conference in Mexico.  Her dad tells her, “Your Spanish has to be PERFECT.  If not, they will rip you to pieces.”  She goes, “Don’t worry Dad, I got this.”  During the press conference, she’s asked how she feels about her upcoming tour.  She replies, “Me siento muy…  Me siento muy… (long pause)  …EXCITED!”  Everyone busts out laughing and applauding.  That’s exactly how I feel.  Can’t really put it into the right words, pero me siento muy excited.

I don’t know what the future holds.  I don’t know where I’ll be next year (I’m not even 100% sure about next WEEK!)  But all I know is I will work so hard (that is a promise), I will never change who I am in my heart, and I will never ever forget all the love, support, encouragement, and kindness I received during my time in Boston.  I love you all wicked hard.



Top Three Netflix Shows

13 Apr

Hello friends!  It has been far too long since I have written!  And part of that reason is because I got a Netflix account.  So I lost a huge chunk of my life.  I’ve missed you all dearly!  To incorporate my new best friend into this blog I have decided to rank my top 3 Netflix shows.

#3– Long Island Medium



This show has a cast of thousands– most of which are dead.  Theresa Caputo is a psychic medium– a person who is able to connect with spirits who have passed over.  She is a GEM!  Even if she weren’t a Medium, I feel like this would still be a pretty amazing show.  Her kids are hilarious and she is a RIOT.  With the big hair, long nails, and deep devotion to her work with spirits, Theresa invites viewers to share in her experiences both on and off the one way calls to the afterlife.  First three seasons are on Netflix now!

#2– The Walking Dead

Twd-cast-bts-560If you had told me a year ago that I should watch a show about a post apocalyptic world where zombies roam free, I’d have said you don’t know my taste at all.  Well, turns out I’m the one who doesn’t know jack about my taste because I LOVE THIS SHOW.  Particularly seasons 1 and 2.  The only reason I started watching was because Lady Gaga’s Judas was on it.


Also known as  Murphy McManus from Boondock Saints.


That’s right.  I risked sacrificing months of sweet (zombie-free) dreams for Norman Reedus.  And I’d do it again!  This show is seriously awesome.  I like a lot of the characters, not just rough and bothered Daryl Dixon portrayed so brilliantly by the sexy and desirable Norman Reedus.  It is a little scary, but for real– it’s worth it to see Daryl at work.



#1– Ruby



This woman is straight up AMAZING.  Beginning at 700 pounds, Ruby has put her dedication to the test by losing weight the old fashioned way– diet and exercise.  And her “weigh” is working!  Ruby has struggled with a life long addiction to food, which has never gotten in the way of her loving life.  Watching Ruby’s journey is an inspiration to anyone with a goal.  I could (and have) watch this show all day every day.  It’s impossible not to root for this remarkable woman.  If you like people who name their buttocks (“Bertha!”) and make up half their own vocabulary then watching this show will make you VERY hacky!  Not to mention the amusement derived from her hilarious friends, on-again-off-again ex boyfriend drama, and sweet Savannah charm.


Now that you have these wonderful suggestions, say goodbye to your friends and family (temporarily) and go enjoy!  xo