35 Tweets of Carina MacKenzie’s That We Can Relate To

You can learn a lot about people from Twitter. Sometimes it is positive things and sometimes it’s negative. But most of the time the people that you follow are people that you can relate to. Or you know, at least…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ Season Review: Our Newest Obsession That Never Failed Us

We’re fully aware that when we fall for a show, we fall hard. Over the years, we’ve been slower at falling on the sword of what shows we’re willing to commit to, because it just seems that when we fall…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 1×13 Review: ‘Recovering the Satellites’

Dear The CW, I know we’ve had our ups and downs over the years. Where I’ve raved about your shows with beautiful words and then been pretty harsh when they weren’t up to par. It’s nothing personal. It’s just business.…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 1×12 Review: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly of “Creep”

Roswell, New Mexico’s “Creep” saw Isobel confronting her abuser, Michael meeting his mother for the first and last time, and the first signs of the cracks forming between our favorite aliens minus Noah the traitor. What he did was a…

7 Things We Can’t Stop Talking About in ‘Roswell, New Mexico’s “Champagne Supernova”

From that Noah reveal to every single woman on Roswell, New Mexico stealing my heart with their beauty, grace, smarts, and total badassery, this week’s episode left us reeling. With two episodes left to go in Roswell, New Mexico’s first…

9 Things We Can’t Stop Talking About in “Roswell, New Mexico” Episode 10 “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing”

There’s never a dull moment during Roswell, New Mexico. Even in an episode that from the surface appears to be filler, it never actually feels like filler. Because, by definition, a filler episode exists to pass the time between two…

Queerly Not Straight: Friendly Reminder that ‘Roswell, New Mexico’s Michael Guerin is Bisexual

In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday I’ll be posting opinion pieces, listicals, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx/WOC community since I am Latinx.) Welcome to…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 1×09: Our Shipper Hearts Can’t Take This

There are few things on television that have us all sitting down in front of the television fighting over who can review, who can offer an opinion, and whose shipper hearts are going to be destroyed. Roswell, New Mexico just…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 1×09 Review: ‘Songs About Texas’

The great thing about Roswell, New Mexico is that it never takes an episode off. There’s never an episode that feels like filler. It’s a nonstop rollercoaster of emotions and revelations that always seem to take you by surprise —…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 1×08 Review: “Barely Breathing”

Roswell, New Mexico‘s “Barely Breathing” saw the rise of the MVP known as Michael Guerin, Alex standing up to the dumpster fire that is his father, and a race against time to save Isobel from a body that has turned…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 1×07 Roundtable: ‘I Saw The Sign’

At one point, Roswell, New Mexico feels like it’s progressed through an entire season the way the plot continues to unfold at such a rapid pace. But at another point, the realization that we’re just seven episodes in and getting…

8 Things We Can’t Stop Talking About in ‘Roswell, New Mexico’s “I Saw the Sign”

Roswell, New Mexico’s “I Saw the Sign” saw Liz meeting the “murderer” of her sister on the streets of her home, more Maria DeLuca than I’ve seen the entire season, and the first of hopefully many scenes between Maria and…

We Need to Talk About the Anti-Gay Assault on ‘Roswell, New Mexico’

In an effort to build a space for queer people like myself, every Tuesday I’ll be posting opinion pieces, listicals, reviews, and more focused on the LGBT community (and occasionally about the Latinx/WOC community since I am Latinx.) Welcome to…

8 Things We Can’t Stop Talking About in 'Roswell, New Mexico' Episode 1×06 “Smells Like Teen Spirit”

When it comes to making the most of flashback episodes, Roswell, New Mexico really is the model you want to follow. In the sixth episode of our new favorite show, we were dealt an epic game-changing, revelation of an episode…

4 Things We’re Still Talking About From 1×05 of ‘Roswell, New Mexico’

When it comes down to it, there are a few things that draw me into a television show, but nothing more than a connection and genuine interest in characters. When you connect with the characters, when you really feel like…

'Roswell, New Mexico' 1×05 Review: Secrets, Secrets, Secrets (Are Revealed)

How far would you go to keep a secret? Would you keep up a false persona for your entire life to protect yourself and those you love? Would you lie to those you love the most in order to protect…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 1×04 Review: “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?”

This week’s Roswell, New Mexico, titled “Where Have All the Cowboys Gone” saw Liz Ortecho doing what she wants, when wants, with whomever she wants. It’s a liberating and powerful stance to take at the beginning of your show and…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ 8 Things We Can’t Stop Talking About in “Tearin’ Up My Heart”

Another week, another episode of Roswell, New Mexico to break down, reassess, and rehash with some of our favorite moments of The CW drama. “Tearin’ Up My Heart” saw the ups and downs of various relationships, ranging from Alex &…

‘Roswell, New Mexico’: 8 Things We Can’t Stop Talking About In “So Much For The Afterglow”

While we’ve only been treated to two wonderful hours of Roswell, New Mexico, it’s already a show that is on my must-watch shows every week. Ships with the kind of chemistry that can ignite a fire, complex characters we’ve still…

5 Things From The ‘Roswell, New Mexico’ Pilot That We Can’t Stop Talking About

Excuse me as I write this – I took a Percocet for the pain I have and that means that my mouth (well fingers) have no filter and I am spilling tea. Don’t worry, the tea on this one is…

'Roswell, New Mexico' 1×01 Review: A Fresh Take On An Old Favorite

Like most people coming into Roswell, New Mexico as fans of the original Roswell, I had my preconceptions about the reboot. I found myself torn between being excited for the revival of one of my favorite WB shows and being…