We had so much fun making snap judgements on canceled dramas based solely on their pilots that we're doing it again this week with some comedies!
I've been waiting for politics to become a storyline, and this appears to be the episode. Don Cheadle was my MVP guest star this week, though Kellan Lutz definitely brought it too.
Puss in Boots 3D is about what you'd expect -- a two-dimensional comedy shown with technology to make you believe you're seeing something you're not. And one of the things you're not seeing -- or, rather, hearing -- is witty dialogue.
No one is going to be putting The Best and the Brightest on any 10-best lists -- but if you're looking for a comedy that offers a handful of bawdy, vulgar laughs, look no further.
Writing is hard. But it's easy, too, like talking and baking. Baking isn't hard. It's the easiest thing to do in the kitchen, besides the microwave...
The last few weeks have been a nightmare with my wife thanks to Sex And The City 2.
As a woman in comedy, I understood his point: Being "classically pretty" works against you. Maybe "Saturday Night Live" will pay me double now that my goitre is almost the size of my head.
It seems the cultural winds are shifting -- formal, fancy, trendy, showy and gimmicky gastronomy is out. Home cooking, value, connection to your food and the people around you are decidedly, wholeheartedly in.
Last night, writer/director David Gordon Green was on-hand for the New York premiere of his dark drama Snow Angels at the Museum of Modern Art.
"This election is about whether or not America is ready to elect a black man President of the United States," she said. "I believe I am that black man."
The former North Carolina senator said that the Illinois senator's criticism of the New York senator for claiming that the Illinois senator had criticized the North Carolina senator was "an attempt to confuse the voters."
Q: Will Zoey, the character Jamie Lynn plays on TV, get pregnant, too? A: No. Nickelodeon is owned by an angry old man named Sumner Redstone who doesn't let people get pregnant.
The vice president went to his office and put a blowtorch to a pile of CIA interrogation tapes which the White House had feared might be subpoenaed in the near future.
The former president said that those who accuse him of favoritism towards his wife "have got it all wrong, because I've pretty much lived my entire life as if I wasn't married to her at all."
Sen. Clinton went to great lengths to show that the bed-wetting incident, while occurring when the Illinois senator was only three years old, was "relevant" to the current campaign.