Art imitates life in this week's Blue Mountain State: the program gets a TV show made about it - and Coach Daniels puts a golf club through his TV upon seeing the end product. Ouch.
For a guy who was in his own version of hell at the beginning of this season, Alex Moran has come a long way in a short time -- he's riding high this week, having thrown seven touchdowns in an upset of the top-ranked team in the country. And with victory, more
Mayhem is back in session at Blue Mountain State. It takes about thirty seconds for the show to resume complete insanity on all fronts, which is what we watch it for, isn't it? I mean, this show is... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2011/ more
We've come to the end of season two for Blue Mountain State, so why not end it with a riot? After we learn very quickly that the football team won that game they were so worried about last week, everyone decides to riot. This is not uncommon in sports, th more
only two episodes left in Blue Mountain State's sophomore run. No wonder why
Coach Daniels is feeling the pressure. Oh, plus there's this little thing
called a perfect season on the line.
the big mistake of opening his mouth more
college years, I was always the person getting drunk-dialed, or getting called
to bail out my friends - so this week's Blue Mountain State brings back some
not-so-fond memories. (Not to mention Denise Richards for the sixth time in
eleven episod more
I was a pretty successful hockey goalie once upon a time, which is probably why I get so much joy out of watching Alex Moran think he can be the backup goalie for the BMS hockey team. The guy who believes football practice needs naptime thinks more
Is Alex still high from his marijuana-fueled escapades last week? That would seem a good defense when he finds out (after the fact, of course) that his latest bedmate is his coach's ex-wife, now the dean's wife. You can't really go much more wrong than th more