And Evan Goldberg, too. But he doesn’t get as many clicks for us.
Ask yourself: Would you want to trade places with any of these folks?
Bye bye, Jay.
‘White Collar’ and ‘Burn Notice’ will have to work EXTRA hard now.
Well, Sundays slipped slightly more in favor of the Lord.
If you need me, I’ll be crying in my office.
HOW MANY? Keep reading, and be more patient in the future. We’ll tell you.
Maybe the two films got stuck together and no one could get them apart.
Never grow old, Zac.
In the type of story that always seems to surface on Sunday mornings when you least expect it, Phillip Seymour Hoffman has been found dead in his NYC apartment. Deadline…
He’s the only person that puts Rob Schneider in TV shows anymore.
This makes three.
Your boycott when they raised their fees? It did nothing.
It hasn’t been greenlit yet, but it will.
I didn’t opt for a winking ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ narrative for this piece.
It’s good for small dogs. It’s GREAT for small dogs.
The defenders of the Grammys were too busy breathing through their mouths to defend the Grammys.
It’s called ‘Lean In’.
Labored, painful exchanges don’t make for loyal viewers, apparently.
We occasionally break theme to report stories that reflect poorly on people we don’t care for. JOURNALISM.
Just ask this guy.
Finally, a TV show about police officers.
There’s nothing funny about EDM. Just kidding. All of it is absurd.
I can see the future.
Oh, he’s taking down the NRA, too.
Because we’re the YouTube generation, it’s just Chewbacca doing the Dougie for 88 minutes.
Yeah, yeah, “the end of an era,” etc…