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I almost gave up on it after the first few episodes, but now I'm thoroughly addicted. Here are five reasons I'd recommend that you privilege Downton over Glee.
While I admire Jane Lynch as an actress, Glee really gets on my nerves. There's something repulsive about how they show kids suffering from one bigotry or another, then solve the whole mess with a couple of songs and a group hug.
Together, Faith and Jill Soloway are sisters, best friends and two parts of the writing team that brought the world The Real Live Brady Bunch. Nearly 20 years later the Soloways have started collaborating again.
As a tribute to Steve Jobs, who stepped down last night as CEO of Apple, here are the funniest parodies of Apple's most revolutionary products.
I'm not a big fan of adults, and I'm frankly beginning to doubt their ability to make our world a better place. Take Congress -- please. On the other hand, I've been heartened in recent weeks by working on The 2011 VH1 Do Something! Awards.
After all the public flogging this once proud public servant has undergone, doesn't there come a point when enough is enough? Not where most of today's media is concerned, it seems.
This week kicked off with a much better-than-average Tony Awards and a very entertaining Republican presidential debate (despite the lack of Sarah Palin).
One young woman asked me how I dealt with bullying when I was in school. Did students pick on me due to my disability?
There is no time like the present to look back on the best series and performances of the last year and offer serious advice on who belongs where.
In a week, Charlie Sheen went from being a mildly talented and successful sit-com actor to the most unhinged, obsessed-over drug addict on the planet.
Sam decides he's ready to perform his "Justin Bieber Experience" for the group. Though the other guys think the teen sensation is a joke, it takes only a few notes before the girls are enthralled.
What happens when you mix bombastic cheerleading costumes, pyrotechnics, locker room scuffles, and a zombie shuffle? You get the over-the-top spectacl...
What Glee shows us is that viewers still hunger for quality. For originality. For something different. For shows that break the mold and succeed in turning old-fashioned into new-fashioned.
Recently, some friends and I decided to embark on an exercise and healthy eating program in order to get in shape for some exciting upcoming events. ...
The more I watch the more my old high school wounds heal. I actually believe Glee is an alternative to therapy.