Articles in the New York Times and New Yorker this week confirm a fact of life I've suspected for a while. In our PC world, misogyny, unlike racism or gay-bashing, is the last allowable taboo.
Dear bloggers: they tell you that success on the Internet is all about grabbing eyeballs, but nobody tells you how to get those eyeballs.
My mother called to ask if I'm going to the Oscars. Um, no. If I'm lucky, I won't be watching alone in my yoga clothes. Or if I'm really lucky, maybe I will be.
As I began writing my list of favorite television shows of the year, I instantly placed Mad Men in the number one slot. But I just couldn't shake the survivors of Oceanic Airlines.
Liz Lemon is like a modern-day, less-toxic Carrie Bradshaw. She is mostly pitied by her friends and co-workers, but she has enough self-awareness to take action and go after what works for her.
Each week, I post the five funniest videos from the past week. And there's one line that best sums up the events of the past seven days: "I'm not a hater!"
Throwing caution to the wind, the DreamWorks Animation crew has decided to go for a hat trick, releasing three action-packed, CG animated, 3D-enhanced...
Any comic book fan worth her salt will be laughing at the references and the nods to geek culture.
Megamind is great fun, a computer-animated film full of jokes that work for adults and kids alike.
It was the book signing that wasn't. On a balmy night in Los Angeles, Judah Friedlander who plays Frank Rossitano on NBC's hit comedy 30 Rock, was sla...
After being inundated by countless and misleading television commercials and far too many and unwanted fliers sating our mail boxes, the electorate is...
Each week, I post the five funniest videos from the past week right here for you to enjoy. And this week, Jack Black was thankfully back in School of Rock-mode.
It was a noble experiment 30 Rock attempted Thursday: putting on its show live. Other sitcoms have attempted the same thing over the years, most rece...
TV was back in a big way this week, and the stand-by comedies did not disappoint. It's hard to say the same for the new shows (did anyone like Outsourced?).
It becomes clear from listening to "Culdesac" that Glover thinks he's on the highest creative level possible, a la Tupac, and maybe in his own way he is.