We Ship You Not

The ladies are feeling all the feelings this episode and go into their favorite or personal ‘ships. Not sure what ‘Shipping’ is?  Our intern Kris explains here and shares some of his favorite ‘ships with us.


Abby interviews Jenn Proffitt from blog Heroes & Heartbreakers.  You can check out H&H’s amazing book reviews and TV recaps here and make sure to give Jenn lots of love on Twitter.  You can also follow H&H on Twitter and Facebook.

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The ladies wrap up with the old classic, Mad Libs!

 

Let us know in the comment section what 2 people/characters you ship!

 

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6 comments so far


  1. Mulder & Skinner?!?!?! Really?? No wonder I never got “shipping”! I feel so old… tee, hee! Honestly, I had to look up the definition on Urban Dictionary when I first saw it months ago. I’m so sad 🙁

  2. Scifigirl1986

    I loved this episode. All the shipping talk was awesome. The first couple I ever shipped (back before shipping was a thing) was Ned and Alexis (Nexis) on General Hospital. I loved them together and was so upset when she left him at the altar–she flagged down an 18-wheeler and fled from the church!

    I was also a HUGE Spuffy shipper. There are more of us than you think! Angel was just too broody and if you think about it, Spike was the one who changed for her. Angel had his soul, but it was cursed on him. Spike went out to get it himself because he knew that he wasn’t worthy of Buffy without it.

    My current ship is Camsten (Cameron and Kirsten) on Stitchers. Love that show and the actors have great chemistry.

    • Some great suggestions–and a new show for me to check out in Stitchers!

      • Scifigirl1986

        I believe the entire first season (all 11 episodes) are on Netflix. The current season started last month and is on Demand. It is an awesome show–they “stitch” into the minds of recently dead people to solve crimes.

  3. bookbumblings

    I still ship Jess and Nick on New Girl and I’m not sorry ’bout it. 😛

  4. Laurie Oh

    #ShipGoals

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