This May, round up the usual suspects.
These guys truly are in a league of their own.
Conquering the world, one celebrity confession at a time.
Sure, carolers suck, but what if they were doing a mash-up of Lady Gaga, Bing Crosby and Madonna? Nog for everybody!
Because I know you were really stressing out about missing the first episode of Outsourced, don't worry -- it's starting on a specific date and everything.
BOOM! It's a veritable explosion of TV on DVD this week, as even more of my favorite shows hit the home market. And while I understand the timing is fully intentional, I still wish they'd release these sets earlier, because now I can't possibly re-watch them all before the new seasons start up. Damn you, cross-promotional marketing! You too, new Golden Age of Television!
FX brought out the majority of their talent at last night's upfront event, and I was able to snag a few minutes each with two of the stars of their biggest comedies -- Nick Kroll and Charlie Day -- to discuss their upcoming respective seasons of (hopeful) O.J. Simpson cameos and child pageants. Read on for all the highly inappropriate insider details.
Hey! That wasn't half bad. I mean, sure, I completely zoned out and lost all interest during two sketches ("Dolphin Movie" and "Getting Freaking With Cee Lo") but overall, "Charlie Day/Maroon 5" was maybe the most enjoyable episode of Saturday Night Live I've seen in recent memory. The ratings say that I'm not alone: It drew the best ratings the show has had in over a month, which is especially impressive considering that Charlie Day is significantly less famous than Melissa McCarthy. While I credit some of my satisfaction to fast-forwarding through the bulk of Adam Levine's screentime, it was mostly just a tight, well-written episode. Here are the sketches that worked the best:
When one show ends, another great show must begin.