Screen Junkies Show: Shocking Celebrity Cartoon Voices!

You'll be SHOCKED! Are you capable of being SHOCKED by cartoon trivia? If you answered "yes," do you also enjoy being SHOCKED? If you answered "no" to either question, please read another article. This might bore you. If you answered "yes," then get ready to be...a little surprised...when you learn the identity of some of your favorite cartoon characters, many characters you aren't familiar with, and some characters you might be familiar with, but don't really care for. It's gonna be crazy. Watch this video, and learn who the stars were behind some of your favorite childhood (and adulthood) icons.

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The New Ryan Lochte Show Might Be The Stupidest Thing On Television

I don't say that lightly. Even by E! and Ryan Lochte standards, the upcoming show What Would Ryan Lochte Do? is a total travesty. Namely because the premise of the show is completely muted and smothered by, "Hey, Ryan Lochte, amiright, ladies?" It's clear that he doesn't know what he should be doing on this show, and it's clear that the E! producers don't have any clearer a picture. So without further ado, go ahead and get dumber with this clip promoting a good-looking idiot with no other material premise to speak of. God bless.


'The Greatest Event In Television History' Almost Lives Up To Its Name

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'Showrunners' Reveals How Much TV Producers Hate The TV Industry

If you like television, you'll be interested to know that the producers think making your shows is a thankless grind that isn't even worth the trouble. Pretty soon, you'll be able to go to the movies and get a crash-course in TV thanks to the upcoming documentary Showrunners. The doc will pull back the curtain on many of your favorite shows, allowing you access to the writers rooms and providing stories on how exactly some of the biggest shows in TV came to be. That's the good news. The bad news is, despite the circulation of a trailer, this doc isn't coming out until 2012. So if there's some info on "Lost" that you're itching to get, you'll have to wait. Or look it up on one of the 54 million "Lost" sites out there on the Internet. While you might not recognize the people, or even their names, chances are if you watch TV, there's something in this for you. And from what is shown here, they speak very frankly about the forces at work in the business. From Movieline, here's a rundown of the people featured in just the trailer: Damon Lindelof (LOST) David Shore (House) Michael Wright, head of programming for TNT Steven S. DeKnight (Spartacus: Sand and Blood) Mike Royce and Ray Romano (Men of a Certain Age) Anthony LaPaglia David Eick (Battlestar Galactica) Jeff Pinkner & J.H. Wyman (Fringe) Matthew Carnahan (Dirt) Ben Silverman (Ugly Betty, The Tudors) Mark Schwan (One Tree Hill) Kurt Sutter (Sons of Anarchy) Finally, we'll get to see how the entertainment marvel that is "One Tree Hill" came to be.


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Tuesday Night TV Roundup

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