After airing only one episode, HBO has renewed “Game of Thrones” for a second season.
There were tears.
It’s fun to see all these accomplished actors dressed like the degenerates at the OTB.
It would be kind of funny to see someone get voted out of the Department of Homeland Security.
I don’t want to alarm anyone, but Charlie Sheen may have made statements that are hyperbolic/exaggerated.
Kelly Ripa’s husband can now officially become a stay-at-home dad.
Some lucky animator will be tasked with drawing a circle.
At least that’s better than a “Puddle of Mudd.”
Update your Jessica Lange fan club newsletters accordingly.
Larry goes to New York, where you’d imagine he’d blend in perfectly.
Getting rid of Oprah is expensive.
I think he should sneak out early and turn off his phone.
The Adult Swimmers are wisely asking Odenkirk to create a new television show that makes fun of the shitty production values of locally-produced videos. *Inset VCR Tracking Effects*
All those cartoon chimps are worth the money.
If you start now you can be done by the weekend.
Threat Level: Heigl.
Will Ferrell’s debut on “The Office” next week officially has NBC’s hype machine set to kray kray.
WARNING: If you’ve lost your job or home within the last few years, this article will enrage.
“Hold the onions” -FOX.
Glenn Beck is gonna have to go back to the conspiracy drawing board, because his Fox News show is coming to an end. Who’s behind all this? NPR? The Obama Administration?
Netflix bought the streaming rights to “Mad Men” for as much as $100 million. That’s almost $1 for every cigarette smoked on that show.
It’s a battle royale for the most coveted comedy role in primetime.
Forget it Jake, It’s… Pompeii.
Five years of ‘CBS Evening News’ is too long to go without giggling on TV.
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I bet the pirates’ trailer is going to smell awful.
People who like seeing super-heroes with huge eyes definitely have something to be excited about.