Buying Sherlock on DVD is elementary our dear readers.
Cougar Town is going through with that name change after all...
Do what you want, MTV, but I still miss Road Rules more than any of these shows.
Had The Pauly D Project premiered several years ago and not after five arduous seasons of Jersey Shore, I would've been way more excited about the prospect of a Pauly D spin-off -- sure, at the time, his career as a DJ sounded like a total joke, but thanks to his pretty excellent personality, Pauly has long been one of my favorite members of the cast. Unfortunately, I've grown extremely tired of the Shore crew and the fame machine the show has become. Where "Oh yeah!" and "Cabs are here!" used to be fun catchphrases, seeing them emblazoned on every ad on MTV is more tiresome than endearing at this point. And the fact that Pauly is in his 30s now makes his act much less cute.
"Brilliant But Cancelled" doesn't even begin to cover it.
It was initially disappointing to find out that Teen Mom 2 would take away precious screen time from our beloved Teen Mom, but as it turns out, after two solid seasons, the second installment of "Look How Depressing the Lives of the 16 & Pregnant Girls Are Now" gives Teen Mom a run for its money in several ways -- we're even slightly excited for the recently announced Teen Mom 3. If, however, you only have room for one teen baby mama drama in your life, here's how the two current series stack up:
First and foremost, if you hate hipsters, this is not the show for you. This isn't a Portlandia situation where you can enjoy the humor through the hipster pretense... this is like trying to watch Jersey Shore if you truly despise gorilla juiceheads.
Brenchel continues their quest to dominate reality TV, one CBS show at a time.
It's one and done for Anna Kournikova.
Ninth time's the charm!
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