— 1 In Engagements, a tick emerges as a symbol of upright morality ─2 Kimberly: I heard it was terrible. Lucy: I laughed the entire time. ─3 The Good Time Girls is a blood-soaked western that follows a group of brothel workers-turned female vigilantes. ─4 ‘If you don't want to hear about leaked classified information, you can leave now,’ he told the crowd. ─5 Almost every character in Mr. Robot is flailing underwater right now. ─6 A world where the other person’s feelings were as rationally crackable as a security code, where there really was a right way to regain the upper hand. ─7 The play’s icy-hot center of gravity is Lauren, a woman in her late 20’s who describes herself as ‘always single, sort of.’ ─8 A very bright but slightly confused millennial. ─9 We can never quite tell if Teitler's art resembles life, or if we strive to make our lives resemble art. ─10 Lauren could become as essential to know as Blanche has been. ─11 I thought then I would say someday I thought then it would last forever. ─12 All of them witches! ─13 Since I am not Batman, I don’t have a burner laptop. ─14 ‘I’m worried about you getting hurt,’ one reader wrote to the underage cartoon character. ─15 Quarterlife is the first Internet series to make the leap to television. ─16 Somewhere on the internet, there are hackers protecting us from other hackers. ─17 Sometimes, we see something so artfully done that we feel it simply must be effortless. ─18 A skyscraper with no windows on 33 Thomas Street ─19 It’s a dark but hilarious look at just how quickly relationships can unravel. ─20 ‘This is the single best-produced piece of serialized content for the Internet, ever,’ said Jeff Berman, general manager of MySpace TV.