Don’t worry, summer only seems like it lasts forever.
It’s hard out here for an imp.
Don’t like clips? Go read a book, weirdo.
The circle of life continues at ABC.
As the episode begins, last week’s western-theme is replaced with a Star Wars motif, complete with stormtrooper-styled paintballers who are fighting on behalf of the mysterious Pistol Patty.
Let the inevitable Twitter battle begin.
Yesterday, NBC picked up a bunch of girlie shows for girlie girls. Today it’s all about odd dramas, or “oddmas” as I call them.
As a tribute to his efforts and ultimate success, we give to you the nine most bad ass moments of Dwight K. Schrute.
The Brady’s had Tiger. The Bundy’s had Buck. And now the Pritchett’s have Stella.
It’s been a while since “True Blood” aired, so if you remember it being a legal drama, this teaser will remind you it’s not.
He reminds us of a simpler time when “The Daily Show” wasn’t all up its own ass with politics.
Gillian Zinser is best known for her role on “90210.” She plays a surfer girl named Ivy Sullivan who shows up from time to time and does surfer girl things.
Can you match all 10 titles to their corresponding log line (that means “description,” for those of you who aren’t in the biz)?
Among NBC’s new shows for the vaginally-inclined: “Up All Night” with Christina Applegate, the Whitney Cummings sitcom and Spielberg’s Broadway drama “Smash.”
One of the greatest parts of NBC’s “Community” is the frequent appearance of Troy’s emotionally unstable side.
Trejo joins “Sons of Anarchy,” Def joins “Dexter,” and I join The Intrigued Club.
“I saw this on ‘Modern Family’, and countless other sitcoms.”
Hugh Grant decided that he and Charlie share a similar enough history as it is.
The upfronts are coming up, so Fox executives are pressing the “Greenlight” and “Dump Unceremoniously” buttons with wild abandon.
You know who’s in the house? Dr. Gregory House. That guy… is totally in the house.
Women’s prison is rough. And sexy.
Last night marked the second to last episode of “How I Met Your Mother” season six. Hopefully it marked the final episode featuring Zoey.
I have always viewed Colins Hanks as more of a “murder victim” than “murder committer.” Maybe he charms his victims to death.
There’s a reason to keep watching “The Office,” even though Steve Carrell is gone, and that reason is… somewhat interesting celebrities.
Seth MacFarlane is makin’ it rain!
Even in last night’s dialogue heavy episode, there was still a grizzly death!
It completely forgets season 5 existed.
According to this SNL Digital Short.
Charles S. Dutton (“Roc,” “House”) will star as Captain Cross, Head of the Department. In my book, he’ll always be Head of the “Roc” Department.