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When Celebrities Were Almighty: Remembering Paris Hilton’s “My New BFF”

Former contestants remember a different era of fame and reality television.
Annie Lord
11.29.18
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Remember When This $80 Million Hockney Painting Was Parodied on “BoJack Horseman”?

The painting was knocked off, horse-style, on season one of ”BoJack Horseman.”
Emma Specter
9.13.18
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All the Artists of “Sex and the City,” from Best to Worst

From Alexander Petrovsky, to Charlotte’s secret Hasidic artist boyfriend, to the woman who trapped herself in a Chelsea gallery for 16 days—these are all the shows fake artists, ranked.
Rachel Tashjian
6.7.18
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The “Jersey Shore” Reboot Is an Epic Greek Tragedy

In the original, hookups and fights were pure slapstick, but in ”Jersey Shore: Family Vacation” everyone has something to lose.
Erin Schwartz
4.27.18
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"The Assassination of Gianni Versace" Was a Rejection of Glamour

"American Crime Story" wasn't about Versace, fame, or fashion at all. It was about something much darker.
Philippa Snow
3.28.18
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What Donald Trump and Versace’s Killer Have in Common

Trump’s father once told him, “You are a killer...You are a king.”
Philippa Snow
3.20.18
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The Assassination of Gianni Versace: The Making of a Murderer

In the seventh episode of "The Assassination of Gianni Versace," Andrew Cunanan witnesses what we assume is his first murder.
Philippa Snow
3.15.18
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Versace's Killer Makes Being a Sociopath Look Like Freedom

In the sixth episode of "The Assassination of Gianni Versace," Andrew Cunanan demonstrates the liberation of fake connoisseurship.
Philippa Snow
3.6.18
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What Did Versace's Lifestyle Provoke In His Killer?

This week, an ugly exploration of individual, internalized and institutionalized homophobia hints at what may have unsettled Andrew Cunanan about Gianni Versace, the show's only happy character.
Philippa Snow
2.20.18
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Versace’s Killer Was a Male Inversion of the Femme Fatale

Episode four ensures we’ll never forget Andrew Cunanan’s first time—killing.
Philippa Snow
2.13.18
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The Assassination of Gianni Versace: More People Are Dead But the American Dream is Still Alive

Andrew Cunanan takes a killer's stepping-stone to full psychosis (with an amazing appearance by Judith Light).
Philippa Snow
2.5.18
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In "High Maintenance," New York City is Woke, Tense, Expensive, and Booby Trapped

The show's porous fourth wall makes its characters unforgettable, reminding you that there's more to every New Yorker than meets the eye.
Gemma Sieff
2.5.18
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