As I was leaving the Hallmark Hall of Fame reception at 20th Century Fox' commissary, a studio guard wished me a good night to which I replied, "I can die now, I've met Betty White."
Just when you think you have IBM's Watson figured out, it'll surprise you with a response -- either stunningly on target or laughably wrong -- and you'll wonder: How did it come up with that?
Tea Party members, angry that their representatives haven't done everything they promised, will threaten to commit mass suicide. They will cancel the plan when they realize that the death tax hasn't been repealed.
Susan Boyle's recent performance on The View was not that of a professional, but of a scared hit-or-miss amateur who seems to have lost her joy for singing.
Great patriotic songs touch upon something universal, something shared, something fundamental. Patriotism is nothing like pornography except in one crucial detail: You know it when you see (or hear) it.
By Emili Vesilind, Style Section L.A. Just when we thought Conan O'Brien's wicked humor may have been neutered by the stiff celebrity showcase that...
In this age of instant communication, I ask: How hard is it to reply to an email, phone call or letter?
Fred Kaplan's enlivening 1959: The Year Everything Changed, argues that the '50s -- a decade that saw the invention of the microchip and the creation of explosive art -- has been misunderstood in hindsight.
Arianna appeared on "The Tonight Show" Friday night to discuss her new book, "Third World America," as well as the rise of the tea party during the cu...
No matter how smart, educated or accomplished you may be, nothing trumps the quality of your relationships with customers, vendors and employees. It is fascinating to think that one event or even just one word can completely stop the machinery.
As I watched the fireworks with my kids on the Fourth, I realized I still believe in this system. If the people in charge were really as evil as the cynics and the conspiracy nuts say, Jay Leno would be dead as an unfunny doornail.
Instead of juicy inside scoop, Conan's much-hyped 60 Minutes interview featured a seemingly fragile man, hurt by what he perceived to be an injustice done to him.
Perhaps Leno can do a free show for Conan O'Brien's staff and all their families the next time he decides to do a comedy tour (when he isn't too busy serving as NBC's puppet).
What might the first week of O'Brien's show look like on TBS? I imagine a sketch where the Horny Manatee attempts to seduce the Masturbating Bear and Little Jay Leno gets run over by a truck. Something like that.
Imagine a children's television show popular with celebrities, especially musicians. It was on early Sunday morning and coincided with the end of their Saturday nights.