Naked people and commies are all up in today's news.
Guess who's back.
Just when you thought the world was safe from that infamous name, Jordan Catalano...
Charlie Sheen is not making idle threats, y'all.
Ah, Orange County. Land of so-bad-it's-good televised opportunities, exemplified by shows like The O.C., Laguna Beach, Newport Harbor and Real Housewives of Orange County, where the average household income consists of too many digits for the shows' stars to add up (without the help of a calculator-toting assistant). What those shows fail to acknowledge is the existence of lower-class families in their neighborhoods, living paycheck-to-paycheck to reside in a single filthy motel room they can barely afford, which is the focus of Alexandra Pelosi's new documentary series on HBO, Homeless: The Motel Kids of Orange County.
Tim Gunn made me cry again.
Absolutely Fabulous will be making a comeback this summer with new episodes. Where else can you find women that make "Mommie Dearest look like Winnie-the-Bloody-Pooh"?
iCarly's high ratings garner another season, but One Life to Live and All My Children get cancelled after 40 years. Should any fact define the state of television programming, this might be it...
Today has been a strange day. Not only might there be another halfway decent ABC Family show, but the very fabric of reality TV might be starting to unfurl.
When I think of all the stand-up comedians out there who could tackle the entire history of the world in under 90 minutes, Colin Quinn isn't the first person who comes to mind. I'd probably first picture Robin Williams running through voices and doing the whole thing in a dizzying flurry that channels his Genie from Aladdin, but Quinn handles this subject matter deftly and his drier, less frenetic style actually works quite well here. I was completely impressed and kicking myself for not getting to see this on Broadway. Thankfully, some genius thought to record it and put it on HBO.