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Sam Sommers


Hey, CNN: I'll Analyze My Own Debate Perceptions, Thank You

Sam Sommers | Posted October 3, 2012

Sure, debate spin has always been ridiculous, but now we don't even have to wait until the debate's over to have other people tell us what to think. If having ratings on the screen during the debate sounds like a psychological experiment on conformity, that's because it basically is.
Sheri H.

'The Bachelor Canada' Season 1 Premiere Recap: Sugar, Spice And Everything Nice

Sheri H. | Posted October 3, 2012

Canada's version of 'The Bachelor' doesn't stray too much from the tried-and-true American formula: we have the same ol' bachelorettes, the same ol' bitchiness and the same ol' cringe-worthy awkwardness. Who were the first ladies to get the boot?
Laura Prudom


'Supernatural' Season 8 Premiere Recap: Sam And Dean Reunite, But What Are They Hiding?

Laura Prudom | Posted October 4, 2012

The boys are back in town -- and thank Chuck for that -- since it seems like collective anticipation for Season 8 has reached boiling point over the past couple of weeks. It will be nice to finally lay a few fears to rest and witness exactly what new showrunner Jeremy Carver has planned.
Wayne Anderson


Sahara Davenport: A Shining Star Forever

Wayne Anderson | Posted October 3, 2012

I remember the first thing that came to my mind when I first laid eyes on Sahara. I said to myself, "That one is a star." But there was much more to him than just talent and a pretty face. Sahara was a kind and caring soul, and I think that was his greatest attribute.
Katherine Patke

'30 Rock,' The Final Season: Ready, Set, Shut It Down

Katherine Patke | Posted October 3, 2012

The final season of "30 Rock" premieres this Thursday, so the time for wild speculation is most definitely at hand.
Kimberly Nagaran


'Parenthood' Recap: Crosby Is Overwhelmed With Jabbar's Reality

Kimberly Nagaran | Posted October 3, 2012

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Even though the children evolved and broke barriers (in more ways than one), it was the parents that really opened their minds and eyes to reality.