just ended its 10th season with an exclamation point.Punctuating a season of Sheldon's (Jim Parsons) growth, the nerdy comedy from Chuck Lorre and Steve Molaro featured Sheldon's long-awaited marriage proposal to Amy (Mayim Bialik).Think of them as twisted, sad, unfortunately true Hallmark messages from two sharply in-touch women. The series wraps Micucci and Lindhome’s stage act around narrative bits – similar to their short-lived short series on HBO.
It's "Downton Abbey" meets "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," and it's bust-your-bodice funny.
To celebrate the premiere of "Another Period," stars Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome got into character to share the rules of being a woman in 1902, when the show is set. On female friendship It's wonderful when your friends of high social standing die of consumption, because you can take their spots in society.
Hey there, single ladies looking for love in your early 30’s, Garfunkel And Oates are so, so sorry.
That’s the takeaway from “29/31,” this darkly funny song by the comedy duo of singer-comedians Kate Micucci and Riki Lindhome.
In just one short little song, the pair capture the frustrations of crossing the big 3-0 line and dating while still trying to maintain your sanity.
The clip is from the pair’s new IFC series as one of a series of video cards from Garfunkel And Oates about love and life.
In the penultimate episode, Amy left to spend three months teaching at Princeton.
That left Sheldon alone in the apartment they share to fend for himself for the first time.
Bored, Sheldon begins spending time with Ramona Nowitzki (guest star Riki Lindhome) who returns to the university and pursues Sheldon romantically.