We won't know who will be in the White House come 2013, but we do know who will play the President for the next few months.
Heidi Klum is abiding by everyone's favorite age-old adage: sex sells!
Looks like Simon Cowell isn't the master judge he thought he was.
Why not Meds? Or Patients? Or Baby Docs? Or Best Medicine? See? Naming TV shows is easy.
If I ever get into the acting biz, Parks and Recreation is the first show I'm auditioning for (is this even how people get acting gigs?) because once you're in the Pawnee universe, you're there forever. That crazy DJ that Tom hired to announce his entrances into new places? In "Operation Ann," he's being considered in the search for the person responsible for getting the Valentine's Day dance attendees "wet with sound." That weird friend of April's who always freaks Ben out? He just may be an eligible suitor for Ann! It doesn't hurt that my memory for extremely minor characters is freakishly good, but I love every appearance we've ever gotten of both DJ Bluntz and Oren... but even then, as soon as you hear their name and see their mannerisms, they are instantly recognizable as the hilarious archetypes they're meant to be. Same goes with all of Pawnee's fine business establishments.
Looks like the Ponds are really leaving this time.
Most important news of the day: The Situation won't be appearing in Bones after all. We'll give you time to mourn/celebrate.
Tonight marks the epic return of Ron Swanson's ex-wife Tammy on Parks and Recreation, and the episode is just one big whirlwind of crazy sex grunts, corn rows and half-shaved mustaches. I highly recommend it! To promote the event, Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally were kind enough to speak to me at 7 AM (their time -- I don't get up before 10) this morning to discuss the episode, the future of Children's Hospital, who will win The Bachelor, their poodles and other burning issues. Read on for the whole shebang.
God I love the Dancing with the Stars rumor mill. In other news, I am a sad, sad person.
RIP Party Down.