Clueless

Podcasts

'Clueless' Is Still Much Smarter, and More Conservative, Than It Seems

Two permits do not equal a license, and other lessons.
Rob Zacny
2.27.19
Culture

Please Spare Us From a 'Clueless' Reboot

The iconic 90s film, "Clueless" is set to be remade but we've got a solid case as to why this is a horrible idea.
Danielle Kwateng-Clark
10.26.18
Autism

Pop Culture Taught Me How to Hide My Autism

Around my parents I was Angela from ‘My So-Called Life,’ with my friends I was Cher from ‘Clueless,’ and in front of boys I became Alice from ‘Closer.’
Madeleine Ryan
10.15.18
men

Men Don't Know How Things Like Cell Phones Affect Their Fertility

Is that a cell phone is your pocket or are you just wasting away your fertility with every push notification? According to a new study, most men don't know which factors put their reproductive future at risk.
Kimberly Lawson
11.23.16
NHL

Remember When Law & Order and the Detroit Red Wings Were Great?

Everything good from the 90s has disappeared—even the Detroit Red Wings.
Dave Lozo
11.22.16
The Film That Made Me...

'My Beautiful Laundrette' Taught Me I Deserve Love

I saw something I'd never seen before from the Western films of my youth: a gay man of color fall in love.
Reneysh Vittal
10.3.16
Film

The Director of 'Clueless' on Ditziness, Dialogue, and Dating Your Stepbrother

Amy Heckerling's 1995 classic draws on influences that range from Jane Austen to linguistics research to Liza Minnelli in "Cabaret." We talked to the iconic filmmaker about how she brought it all together.
Emma Myers
5.13.16
Film

What I Learned From Token Black Characters in Teen Movies

Like my white friends, I learned how to be a proper teenager through movies—except for most of the films I watched didn't have any real black characters.
Vanessa Willoughby
9.21.15
Film

The Totally Enduring Legacy of 'Clueless'

Amy Heckerling's iconic retelling of Jane Austen's "Emma" remains timeless for its inventive language, deftly created characters, and iconic costume design.
Rod Bastanmehr
7.22.15
2014 in Review

This Is How We Don't: The Raised Stakes of Appropriation

Why the wanton jacking of black culture by white artists carried an extra edge in 2014.
Kasai Rex
12.24.14
Tales of Heroic Bravery

Usher's Honey Nut Cheerio Song at Walmart Doesn't Exist [Update: It Does Now]

If this is the future of rolling out a new single, the future is a bleak (yet delicious) hellscape.
Andrew Winistorfer
11.13.14
Interviews

We Interviewed the Shit Out of The Mighty Mighty Bosstones' Full-Time Dancer

"It wasn’t like, 'I dropped out of college, Mom. I’m gonna be a dancer.'"
Michael Haskoor
9.21.14
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