Abby Huntsman Leaving Fox News to Join The View

Abby Huntsman The View is adding a second conservative voice: Welcome, Abby Huntsman.
The 32-year-old is set to join the panel of the ABC daytime talk show, which has seen many cast shakeups over the…

E! Online (US) – TV News

SPECIAL TIP UPDATE!

Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce Sneak Peek: Abby Clashes With Colette in Front of…Everyone

Girlfriends' Guide to DivorceIt’s one big happy family on Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce…minus the happy part.
In the below sneak peek of the Thursday, July 5 episode, Abby (Lisa Edelstein) is throwing an…

E! Online (US) – TV News

SPECIAL TIP UPDATE!

Will Pauley Perrette’s Abby Die in Her Final NCIS Episode?

Pauley Perrette, NCISCould the end of Pauley Perrette’s time on NCIS really mean the end of Abby Sciuto’s life? The Tuesday May 1 episode of the long-running drama kicked off Perrette’s two-part exit from…

E! Online (US) – Top Stories

Special Entertainment News Bulletin:


Check Groupon First

Will Pauley Perrette’s Abby Die in Her Final NCIS Episode?

Pauley Perrette, NCISCould the end of Pauley Perrette’s time on NCIS really mean the end of Abby Sciuto’s life? The Tuesday May 1 episode of the long-running drama kicked off Perrette’s two-part exit from…

E! Online (US) – TV News

SPECIAL TIP UPDATE!

Disciplining Little Abby

Disciplining Little Abby


Stuck in a job with no future, Abby Willis finds herself becoming increasingly bitter at her inability to fit in with those around her. It doesn’t help that her mother is always ready to disapprove of everything about her-from the car she drives to the clothes she wears-constantly insisting that if only Abby would grow up and be normal, life would be better for her. Abby has a secret: she doesn’t want to be grown-up. Thus, when a chance encounter leads her to Mr. Green, a mysterious man who specializes in a unique form of matchmaking, she agrees to let him pair her with a daddy-someone to love and cherish her just as she is even while he teaches her discipline and self-control with a firm hand applied to her bare bottom. Chris Antonopoulos is Abby’s bad-boy fantasy come to life. The Greek god that delivers balloons to her at work takes her breath away, but only later does she learn that he’s the daddy she’s been promised. He delights her with rock concerts, motorcycle rides, cute pajamas, bath crayons, and more, but Abby lives to push buttons. It isn’t long before she puts herself in real danger, and when she does, Abby learns that a naughty girl who disobeys her daddy can expect to be punished with much more than just a spanking. As Abby begins to accept who she is, she sheds the insecurities and defenses that held her back for so long. Chris has a secret of his own, though, and he worries how Abby will react when she finds out about it. Can Abby bring herself to trust her newfound daddy no matter what, or will he lose her for good? Publisher’s Note: Disciplining Little Abby is a stand-alone sequel to Disciplining Little Josey. It is an erotic novel that includes spankings, anal play, sexual scenes, exhibitionism, age play, medical play, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.

Price: $
Sold by Kobo UK

The New Yorker, December 19th & 26th 2011: Part 1 (Peter Hessler, David Remnick, Abby Aguirre)

The New Yorker, December 19th & 26th 2011: Part 1 (Peter Hessler, David Remnick, Abby Aguirre)

COMMENT
“Alt-Newt”, by Hendrik Hertzberg: The future of a futurist.

THE TALK OF THE TOWN
“Accounts Payable”, by Abby Aguirre: Occupy Wall Street’s Accounting Working Group.
“Being Sir Larry”, by Rebecca Mead: Kenneth Branagh, second-hand books, and Laurence Olivier.

LETTER FROM CAIRO
“The Mosque on the Square”, by Peter Hessler: Two weeks in the Egyptian revolution.

LETTER FROM MOSCOW
“The Civil Archipelago”, by David Remnick: Can the resistance to Putin gain traction?

THE CURRENT CINEMA
“Theatre on Film”, by Anthony Lane: Reviews of Pina and Carnage.

List Price:
Price:

Melissa and Doug Abby & Emma Magnetic Dress-Up, Ages 3+, 1 ea

Melissa and Doug Abby & Emma Magnetic Dress-Up, Ages 3+, 1 ea


Abby and Emma love to play dress-up and exchange mix and match outfits. These two wooden, magnetic friends come with stands and hundreds of dress-up options for hours of fun! Dimensions: 1.25 x 11 x 14 Packaged Recommended Ages: 3+ years Contains small parts.

Price: $
Sold by drugstore.com

Gund, Inc. Sesame Street Teach Me Abby Cadabby, 1 ea

Gund, Inc. Sesame Street Teach Me Abby Cadabby, 1 ea


<span style="font-style: Normal;font-weight: bold;">Teach Basic Childhood Skills Sesame Street s fairy-in-training will entertain little ones while teaching them basic childhood skills.  Teach Me Abby is now teaching your children how to tie their shoes, button their buttons, and zip their zippers using a soft plush Abby Cadabby doll.  Abby s little pink satin jacket features a zipper, snap, button and a buckle combined with her white satin shoes with Velcro straps. ;

Price: $
Sold by drugstore.com