- Posted on 06/26/2013 by Lisa
Tonight at 9pm et / 6pm pt, don't miss the Life With Boys season finale, "Driven Crazy With Boys." Sneak a peek at a few pics:
Watch the first scene, which includes Tess making this face, right here.
In tonight's episode, Tess is sick of spending every waking moment with Sam (and the feeling is mutual).
Allie is acting more dramatic than ever.
Gabe turns to a dashboard hula girl for advice.
And we get a peek inside Allie's bedroom, which is of course decorated with portraits of her. :)
See it all at 9pm et / 6pm pt on TeenNick!
- Posted on 06/05/2013 by Lisa
We're showing double premieres of Life With Boys tonight on TeenNick -- "Monkey-Talk With Boys" and "Wrestling With Boys." Check out a few pics below:
Tonight on Life With Boys...
Tess and Allie try to protect Sam from a seriously embarrassing situation.
Allie tries to convince Tess to embrace her girly side.
Sam tries to prove that he's stronger than Tess.
Tess tries to prove that she's strong enough for the wrestling team. (This alone is a good reason to watch -- the girl has moves.)
Tune in at 9 and 9:30 pm et / 6 and 6:30 pm pt to see the new episodes!
- Posted on 05/29/2013 by Lisa
If you missed Life With Boys this week, here's your chance to get caught up. Here's one of Madison Pettis' favorite episodes, "In the Principal's Office With Boys." (You don't want to miss the Tess vs. Allie food fight.)Here's "The Big Kiss Off With Boys," which includes Sam's most embarrassing moment yet. Watch even more full episodes on the Life With Boys video page!
- Posted on 05/22/2013 by Lisa
Wanna know how Madison Pettis (Allie) and Torri Webster (Tess) from Life With Boys stay in touch when they're not filming? Watch this behind-the-scenes video:
Two new episodes of Life With Boys premiere on TeenNick tonight at 9 and 9:30pm et / 6 and 6:30pm pt. Need to catch upo? Watch full episodes of Life With Boys online!
- Posted on 05/15/2013 by Lisa
Behind the scenes of Life With Boys, we asked Madison Pettis (Allie), "What do you do when boys crush on you?" Watch her answer:
Two new episodes of Life With Boys premiere on TeenNick tonight at 9 and 9:30pm et / 6 and 6:30pm pt. The first episode, "Double Trouble with Boys," includes a guest appearance by Emily Osment!
Don't forget: You can watch full episodes of Life With Boys online after they air. Go to the video page, and click on "full episodes."
- Posted on 05/08/2013 by Lisa
Life With Boys returns with new back-to-back episodes, tonight at 9 and 9:30pm et (6 and 6:30pm pt). Could a boy come between Tess and Allie? Tune in tonight to find out.
If you appreciate the crazy faces Tess (Torri Webster) makes anytime anything goes wrong, this gif is for you:
Back-to-back episodes will air every Wednesday in May on TeenNick, and as always, you can watch full episodes on the Life With Boys video page after they air.
- Posted on 05/03/2013 by Lisa
Wednesday, May 8th, at 9 and 9:30pm et (6 and 6:30pm pt) Tess and Allie return to your TV.
We'll be showing back-to-back new episodes of Life With Boys every Wednesday in May, which calls for an excited gif:
If you need more Life With Boys right this very minute, check out the video page for full episodes, funny clips, and videos of Torri Webster and Madison Pettis behind the scenes.
- Posted on 03/11/2013 by saidbyjohn
The Life With Boys episode This Time the Problem is With Dad and Not With Boys sent me flying back to when I was an eleven-year-old troublemaker. Sneaking around seems cool, but getting caught SUCKS, and if you don't get caught (which was never the case for me) the guilt will eat you up -- ask Tess!When I was a kid, my parents and grandparents bragged about how smart I was to, basically, everyone! There wasn't one grocery store visit that didn't end in my mother or grandmother telling a random shopper how much of a genius I was. As the years passed, I started to believe I really was a genius. In sixth grade, I stopped doing homework altogether. When my grandfather asked why I wasn't working on anything, I told him my teacher was rewarding me for doing so well in class. He'd nod and say 'okay,' but it turned out he was the real genius.
My grandfather ended up calling my school and asking my teacher why she wasn't assigning homework and she snitched me out! She told him I hadn't turned in any homework in weeks and that I claimed to be forgetting it at home. My grandfather didn't punish me or anything; he didn't even tell me he spoke to my teacher. He just picked me up from school that day and didn't say a word to me. He didn't speak to me for four days (these were the most awkward car rides, ever). I was such a talker when I was younger (still am) and nothing made me feel worse than being ignored. My grandfather was well aware of this.
It might not seem like a harsh punishment, but after a day or two of this perpetual silence, I thought I would literally die of grief. When I figured out what was going on, I had a breakdown in the school parking lot. My grandfather hugged me and told me never to lie to him again. I must say, that whole "I'm not mad at you, I'm disappointed" bit works every time! Maybe Tess is the genius though, because she was smart enough to rat herself out! What do you think? Tell us about a time you've lied to your parents and if it was worth it!
- Posted on 02/21/2013 by saidbyjohn
The Life with Boys episode "Social Death with Boys" made me laugh, cry (kidding), and question why I didn't end up in an Ivy League pre-med program, sorry mom. Though I never suffered the trauma of farting on camera like Tess, it made me reminisce about an awkward time for everyone: senior year of high school.
I attended an all boys' private high school with a mandatory dress code: school sweater, dress pants, shirt and tie. Despite our already spiffy dress code, on Fridays I tried to dress extra nice, because on these days I'd walk across the street to the all girls' school with my friends to scout prom dates.So a Friday in October rolled around and the school was holding a college fair for all the seniors. I'd recently bought my first pair of skinny slacks in an attempt to lure the girls in with that sorta clean cut yet edgy look. I wore these pants to the fair and I knew I looked good. I could feel other people's eyes on me -It was almost an omen of the events to come. I walked around the fair for a while, and then I saw it: the Harvard table and, more importantly, the gorgeous college rep. As the highly fashionable, overconfident high school senior that I was, I told myself that a college pamphlet wasn't all I'd be walking away with.
Me, my sister, and the famous pants (pre-rip)
As I started talking to this girl I had this mini movie playing in my mind: I'd ask her to prom, she'd say yes... The reality: She reached for her business cards and knocked over a cup of free pens, so I bent over to pick them up. Despite the cool autumn breeze that day, the wind I was feeling on my legs was cooler than it had been all morning. I stood like that, bent over, for an entire minute just to make sure I wasn't imagining the RIP that I just heard. I tore my pants!
I never did apply for Harvard and the girl never did give me her business card. Good news though: I ended up going to prom with one of the girls from the school across the street! Even though she and I met months after the day of the ripping, my date's only request was that I not wear a skinny suit. It could have been worse, though, right? I could have pulled a Tess!
What's the closest you've ever come to "social death" at school? Leave a comment.
(Watch the full episode of "Social Death with Boys" if you need a little inspiration.)
- Posted on 02/13/2013 by Lisa