Hell hath no fury like an angry former child actor who hates his own show.
Leslie Knope's alter ego adds "author" to her résumé.
You know, nerd culture is totally mainstream now, so when you use the term "nerd" derogatorily, you're the one out of the Zeitgeist.
Man, if The Wonder Years doesn't come out on DVD soon, and Lionsgate keeps cranking these Boy Mets World seasons out, Fred Savage is going to start being known as "Ben Savage's brother." Revenge is sweet!
This week we can finally catch up on a few of our favorite British shows about secret identities.
Last night my dorky dreams came true when Cory Matthews guest starred on Chuck. Little Ben Savage has grown up to be a slightly taller version of his Boy Meets World character (I don't know why I write about that show so much; I just can't help myself), but in this case way smarter. He's a nerd who married the most popular cheerleader in school (who is played by Nicole Richie, who isn't as terrible as one might think she would be as an actress, especially when she just has to play bitchy) and has used his big brain to develop some sort of weapon. I'm just so happy to see him have a job, and the fact that they made him hero worship Chuck, rather, Special Agent Charles Carmichael, was just too cute to stand. I want him on the show all the time! He could be their Marshall and make them awesome spy gear. That's exactly what this show has been missing.