You know, nerd culture is totally mainstream now, so when you use the term "nerd" derogatorily, you're the one out of the Zeitgeist.
I can't tell if this is tasteful or tasteless. Either way, I guess E! is going to hit the ratings jackpot.
Scripted television is currently filled with many evil, greedy and downright incompetent politicians. In the spirit of President's Day (and, of course, our real-life election year), we take a look at the legislators for whom we have the least amount of respect, if not downright hatred. Some of them are villains that we're supposed to despise, while others are just plain annoying. We demand a recall of all of them.
Parks and Recreation will get a visit from the White House soon.
This weekend during the Super Bowl, the longstanding rivalry between the Giants and the Patriots will come to a head. Again. While we're not really huge fans of the actual sporting event, we do appreciate a good showdown. So, in honor of the big game, we've ranked our favorite rivals (not to be confused with heroes and villains) on scripted TV this season.
Apparently, Dwight Schrute is as sick of Dunder Mifflin as we are.
On this Friday the 13th, it's good luck for Game of Thrones fans and bad luck for Paula Deen lovers.
It's a Jersey-off on this season of Celebrity Apprentice. Where's The Situation?
Brenchel continues their quest to dominate reality TV, one CBS show at a time.
Is your family driving you crazy this holiday season? In a time of high stress, it's important to take a moment and reflect on that fact that you're not stuck in one of the many horrible families from the current world of scripted TV. We're not talking about pain-in-the-butt relatives like those on Modern Family or Parenthood -- at least those crazies mean well. The following clans, on the other hand, make dysfunction seem luxurious -- just imagine what it would be like to call these characters your kin.
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