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The Fosters Recap: Upon Further Reflection

1 February 2016 9:43 PM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Gather round, friends! Welcome to the first installment of The Fosters recaps on Vulture. I promise that, much like the Adams Fosters' copper pan-filled kitchen, this will be a safe space for us to express whatever it is we may be feeling — probably everything — about our favorite family. We'll hash out all the drama (mainly Callie's), eye roll at the inane decision-making (hi, Brandon), and cry into our wine glasses (thanks for nothing, Stef) together. Because we're a family now. Get over it. Last week's winter premiere was a nice welcome into a post-adopted Callie world, and it threw some interesting wrenches into story lines previously thought to be tied up. "Mixed Messages," however, is focused more on slowing down and setting up story lines for the rest of the season. Does that make for the most engaging hour of television? Not really, but I can appreciate the effort. »

- Maggie Fremont

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Sunny Uses The N-Word And Hits Out At Critics

18 January 2016 3:11 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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Sunny has used the N-word on Twitter, provoking a furious reaction from the internet wrestling community.

The former WWE Diva claims she was using the word as a pet name for her latino friend. Her exact tweet was “What up my n**ga!!!???”

Fans then pointed out the word is inappropriate, and Sunny responded in a shockingly heated fashion. She went on to start a “#WhiteLivesMatter” hashtag, as well as claiming that she’s used the word for eleven years when talking to her friend.

She also tweeted “Omg this isn’t the early 1900’s and there isn’t a slavery problem anymore. Get over it.”

Another controversial tweet said “So, everyone can say #BlackLivesMatter. What if I say #WhiteLivesMatter? Ya’ll gonna go ape s**t on me for that too!! #DoubleStandard. Well I had a friend who was a white cop, who was sitting in his patrol car, »

- Grahame Herbert

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