10:07 AM, 03/27/15
It's Been 20 Years Since Letterman's Infamous Oprah-Uma Joke
9:00 AM, 03/27/15
Seth Cohen Would Still Completely Love Death Cab For Cutie
4:54 PM, 03/26/15
Why Matthew Weiner Is So Obsessed With Preventing 'Mad Men' Spoilers
Scandal episodes are filled with characters who practically burst forth in arias of rage or need or envy (last night Mellie let fly). This was a soft, solemn elegy -- and deeply moving, because who doesn't want what Michael does?
Thirty-eight years ago this week, Sanford and Son ended its historic television run after 136 groundbreaking episodes. The show was anchored by the incomparable Redd Foxx and then-rising-star Demond Wilson.
The series has already been renewed for a second season, and after the events of the finale I just saw, it's hard to tell what direction the tale will now go, but I think it's safe to say that if you have a spare 325 minutes to binge watch The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, do so.
It was 2007 when Don Draper, figuratively depicted in the show's elegant opening titles, began his long fall through the 1960s, passing through the best of the materialist America he helps spin into being on his way to ... what?
The motor mouth who has to blurt out all his feelings before he's even fully felt them or understood them just wants to sit. He doesn't want to talk. And he asks Ritchie to cut his hair.
One thing was missing: mucho Kalinda. She was there, but not there. This is her last season, so I guess its good for them to taper her off instead of, well, shooting her in a courtroom like last season.