Brianne Hogan is a writer based in Toronto, who's been heavily influenced by TV her entire life. She's learned about the birds and the bees from "The Golden Girls." She went to NYU because of "Felicity" and she realized the type of woman she doesn't want to be by watching "Ally McBeal."
You can follow her on Twitter @briannehogan.
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Looks like Aisha Tyler's "Self-Inflicted Wounds" hurt so good, after all. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that CBS TV Studios has optioned the actress-comedian's New York Times best-selling..
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