Libby Hill

Libby Hill is a culture writer, specializing in television, for the New York Times, Vulture, and The A.V. Club. Follow her on twitter at @midwestspitfire

I couldn't be their "happy girl": Pixar's "Inside Out," childhood depression and the emotional stranglehold of "Minnesota nice" Libby Hill
"Game of Thrones" recap: Confessions, escapes, and bloody acts of revenge Libby Hill
"Game of Thrones" recap: There is no commodity in Westeros more valuable and more worthless than a girl Libby Hill
"Game of Thrones" recap: An epic battle previews the horror of winter to come Libby Hill
"Game of Thrones" recap: Two legendary characters finally come face to face Libby Hill
"Game of Thrones" recap: Another brutal wedding, another vicious rape Libby Hill
"Game of Thrones" recap: "Kill the boy, and let the man be born" Libby Hill
What "Avengers" got right about Black Widow: Infertility is devastating — even for superheroes Libby Hill
"Game of Thrones" recap: When the enemy is already inside the gates Libby Hill
"Game of Thrones" recap: "There's no justice in the world — not unless we make it” Libby Hill
"Game of Thrones" recap: Dany fumbles with justice Libby Hill
"Game of Thrones" recap: Is there hope for Westeros after all? Libby Hill
The lies we live by: What "Gone Girl" and "Transparent" have in common Libby Hill
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