Before you get too excited, the following has nothing to do with Harry Potter.
Way to give Aaron Sorkin an even bigger ego, everybody.
Emmy episode submissions are in. Let the second-guessing begin!
The TCAs are upon on, which means lots of TV news this week.
Baba Booey to everyone, today.
Ninth time's the charm!
Piers Morgan is a judge no more.
Ryan Murphy adds more sopranos to the club, while we pretend that last season never happened.
The producers responsible for The Baby Borrowers will be airing a reunion special on August 6th in order to defend their show and prove that it's "more than just entertainment." Apparently, in light of all the recent (lousy) press, executives feel they need to prove that the show is really teaching teenage couples -- and, by proxy, America -- an important life lesson about parenting. With this in mind, I came up with my own list of the ten invaluable life lessons TV has afforded me. I don't mean to brag, but think I've got the world pretty well figured out. And I didn't even have to leave my couch!
I've been passing this Busty Heart clip around to all my friends, who then proceed to yell at me, for the last few days and wasn't going to foist it upon our readers, but people, if you haven't seen this clip from America's Got Talent you must watch it now (or maybe not now since it probably isn't safe for work at most companies and really probably not something you want to watch if you've just eaten lunch). Personally, I don't watch this show and this is the reason why. I think that it is a damn shame that someone that has this much talent was denied a chance to move on. But then I get to wondering, how does one learn that they have this particular skill? I presume that they are drunk and forced to do it on a dare and then began using it to impress/scare friends at parties. That's all I can figure. It sure does beat watching a guy juggle.