Television Review Jackie K Cooper ...
The power of one person can affect the many. And if you're doubting it, just turn your attention to Cali Linstrom, the 17-year-old high school student who, this week, addressed Abercrombie & Fitch executives in person in the aftermath of last week's significant protest.
This is certainly not the first exposé of Scientology -- although it might qualify as the most abundant. Time magazine, CBS-TV, and NBC-TV are among the many who've taken on this most controversial of religions since its beginnings in the mid-1950s.
With the upcoming double elimination, the pressure was on for the contestants to give it their all and perform to the fullest in a standard couple routine and a trio performance.
October 29 was Country Night on "DWTS" and the all-stars hit the stage with their own personal interpretations of country classics. If you were expecting to see a hoe down or square dance, think again.
The performances were not the highlight of the latest episode of "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars." Instead, it was judge Carrie Ann Inaba's literal fall for Gilles Marini's rumba. But was it worthy of such an over-the-top reaction?
With the upcoming double elimination looming over "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars," the contestants were anxious to prove that they deserve a spot in Week Four.
In spectacular color and gorgeous costumes, Shen Yun, a New York-based arts group, enacts the rich cultural heritage of China.
Since you're probably a human being with things like responsibilities and priorities, you most likely didn't watch every reality show finale this week. Here are all of the reality show finales from this last week summed up and videoized.
Years ago, Kirstie signed on as Jenny Craig spokeswoman and danced around Oprah's stage in a bikini and sarong. Now, like every other Dancing With the Stars celeb, she's on a mission to shed pounds and reveal her inner salsa vixen.
Imagine if the American television viewing public were able to vote their favorite TV dancing stars into our government. Doesn't seem too far fetched, really.
Who expected Kirstie Alley to be a dancing queen? The Cheers alum sure proved she can cha-cha on Dancing With the Stars.
Let's replace him with Will's aunt from Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and see if no one notices again. It worked the first time they replaced Aunt Viv with someone who looked nothing like the first Aunt Viv. Let's try it again.
Here's the problem: Anyone can lose weight, but compulsive overeaters can't keep it off without admitting they have a problem beyond the physical.
Kirstie's back with the hope to lose it all again and document it through a reality show. While I don't know what kind of entertainment this will provide, I've already seen the seeds of what will likely undo her again.
If you are supposed to not crave what you love the most, what does that say about you?