If you've been following our recaps, you'll know that we weren't too keen on either of Emily's final two suitors -- Jef the teenager and Arie the slobberer -- but it seems that, in the end, Emily made the right choice for herself and Little Ricki.
John McCain and Mitt Romney share a secret. It's 23 years of Mitt's tax returns.
I have no doubt I'll get sucked into the drama -- I have a hunch most reality show producers were probably trained by the Dharma Initiative. Who will Emily pick tonight? Will it matter? Will their love be everlasting? Will I care? We'll see...
All the amateurs (including those voted off) have come back, the final three will give one last performance, and at the end of the night, America will have its winner.
How about setting a similarly themed film in Oklahoma, beginning with residents discussing their feelings about Senator James Inhofe's insistence that climate change is all a big hoax that Margaret Thatcher, Pope John Paul II, and Pope Benedict XVI somehow fell for?
For CNN and Fox News, the race seems to be not who got it first, but who got it worst with the Supreme Court ruling.
The amateurs rehearsed some of the best standards in music history. By "standards," I'm sure they meant "older songs that many people have covered since its release."
New hair, new babies, new voting abilities; it's only natural that the amateurs sing newer songs. Tonight, it's Songs from the Millenium.
The program, which was filled with smart dialogue, internal conflict and self-righteousness, was a bit misleading about what happens behind the scenes at a cable news network.
Journalist Barrett Tryon posted a Los Angeles Times story -- about how the newspaper that he worked for was being sold -- on his personal Facebook page. His employer asked him to take it down and after refusing to do so, he was put on unpaid leave.
We picked three properties from the shows and ran some numbers to see if the TV families would be able to afford their homes in today's markets, based on the houses used for the show settings.
In "Duets'" second week, we find out, once again, that all the contenders are safe from elimination. Now, I don't know about everyone else, but when I don't see some real competition, I start to get a little impatient.
I have to give it to Emily for being straightforward and honest with "her boys." If the bachelors don't prove that they can fit into her life as a future husband and father, she has no problem escorting them to the door.
The Superstars each found and chose two amateur protégés to sing alongside them in the coming weeks. Sorry, America, but it looks like you won't get a hand in choosing this show's winner.
Here's the other thing: Miss Piggy is so much more charismatic than Emily. It was almost unfair they had to share screen time. There was a running gag of Piggy getting jealous of Em and Kermit. And despite Kermit's best efforts to compliment Emily, it was clear he's way out of her league.
It's astonishing that with all the technology available to us a more definitive method for measuring the popularity of TV shows hasn't been established.