Stop, or Katee's mom will shoot!
Best present ever.
If Smash is NBC's new Friends, is everyone going to start sporting "The Marylin"? I'll be here all week, folks.
The Quiet Beatle makes some noise in Martin Scorsese's admiring documentary.
Some say warm weather means summer, but we go by light and fun TV shows.
For that small group of people who make up that cute little crossover audience between USA Network and [adult swim], today is your day.
USA expanded their empire last night with the premiere of Covert Affairs, a spy show starring Piper Perabo as the most brilliant brand-new spy the CIA has ever had, or something. It's sunny and light, while managing to have a hint of danger (but not too much! Let's not actually have any stakes here!), as all USA shows are, and like Burn Notice has become and Psych has always been, it's enjoyable occasional viewing, but nothing to really get excited about.
USA gets into the she-spy game tonight with Covert Affairs, a show about a lady ass-kicker for the government played by Piper Perabo. The less said about that casting the better, so let's move on to more exciting things, like the fact that Peter Gallagher plays her boss on the show. To promote the premiere, The Eyebrowed One got on the horn with a whole bunch of blogger types to address the Alias comparisons, what Sandy Cohen would think of the show, and why USA is less of a clusterfrak than the broadcast networks. Read on for highlights.
Carson Daly still exists and is employed. Will wonders never cease?
Gabby Sidibe's got a new job, extortion isn't that big a deal, Heroes might be dead (it'll never be dead), and Katherine Heigl's got a new hairdo.