This week's list is filled with people who wasted our valuable TV watching time. Don't they care that they are taking up hours that could be spent rewatching episodes of Game of Thrones?
Picture it... 1985! A relatively young Betty White enters, stage left...
R.I.P. short-lived TBS sitcom Glory Daze. Not enough viewers knew thee well.
So he can kiss you any time he wants...
The fifth season of stress-test competitive cooking show Hell's Kitchen premieres tonight at 9 PM on Fox, and in anticipation, I risked my own dignity to ask scary sweaty meanie-pants chef/star Gordon Ramsay (who, for the record, Paris Hilton, is not the PM of Great Britain) a few questions (along with some other "journalists"). The highlights -- with little to no yelling and a minimum of swear words -- are after the jump.
Today brings us new seasons of a cooking show, a fighting show, a lawyering show, an aging show, a high school show and whatever you would say The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air is about. Being fresh? Is Will Smith ever... not-so-fresh?
When we first saw the Jersey Shore casting call, we were amazed (and delighted) to see how over-the-top and true to the show it was. We'd like to imagine what other series' (both reality and scripted) casting calls would look like if they were just as true to their formats as that one was...
Another old TV show makes its way to the big screen, and a not-so-old TV show makes its way to the big... table? There's also some news about 24 and House, but it's not all good, so brace yourself and click.
Realizing that not everyone is a Big Brother junkie like moi, there was a massive verbal battle this week that went from a discussion to getting nearly everyone in the house in a senseless screaming match. It is way beyond convoluted to explain (though M.Giant did a good job attempting to) but it got us thinking about how reality shows are really at their best when people just let their freak flags fly and start swearing or punching. Honestly, we could fill this whole list with stupid stuff that had happened on Big Brother or A Shot at Love but I'm trying hard to give you a little bit of variety here. I'm told that's the spice of life. With that, here are some of the most disgusting or ridiculous squabbles ever to grace the small screen. Though I'm sure this list will be outdated by tomorrow.
TGIF, TV fans! Not too much to report today, except that Dancing with Stars is without question the most dangerous show on television. Seriously, does a day go by that we don't have to update you some horrible-sounding injury or almost-tragedy befalling one of the contestants? If I were a fake celebrity and ABC asked me to be on that show, I would 1.) try to figure out who in my life wanted me dead and 2.) move to Antarctica, where the only stars that dance are actually in the sky during the aurora australis. It would be cold, but my Achilles tendons would be safer than they've ever been.