The news is full of negative things that can get you down. So we're bringing you the best of all the good stuff that happened this week.
A surprisingly funny and fresh wedding rom-com from the Duplass brothers.
"I never imagined that’s where that story was going to go."
We talk smart girls, John Barton, and sex with Jacob Coote.
We need more shows that school the Archies of the world.
"Iconic as she is, she's also a human being."
"The 'gay best friend' trope is homosexuality on straight people’s terms. We deserve better."
Sixty years ago, Bruce Gyngell first welcomed Australia to commercial television
SEXY, SEXY TIMES.
Forget punching Nazis, this is the real moral question of our time.
"This feels like stepping from the street into the club, from the elevator into the party, from tiny Auckland to big, bright New York City."
A false post was shared hundreds of times and generated dozens of comments calling for Aly to be deported.
We talked to the show's star Odessa Young.
Our favourite memories from everyone's favourite venue.
These are the only "Australian values" I care about tbh.
"Offering a critique of the narrow way we choose to commemorate Anzac Day actually enriches the mythology we hold so dear. It makes it more real."
Turns out Pauline Hanson and George Christensen only support freedom of speech when they agree with what's being said.