Decidedly non-evil news for Community fans.
Oh great, another relationship with a very limited expiration date.
Given how dull Emily Maynard's season of The Bachelorette has been (aside from the drama with Kalon), rumors that Ali Fedotowsky's ex Roberto Martinez may be in the running to be the next Bachelor don't instill us with a lot of hope. He's a nice guy, but dull as dirt. So now that Emily has ditched most of her suitors and found one she can tolerate (for now), we took a look back at her men (and a few from seasons before) to find a better choice of leading man. And yes, some of them may currently have girlfriends, but given the average life expectancy of a Bachelor relationship, we don't foresee that being a problem.
Even the stars of Revolution don't understand why so many people are watching their show.
The Glee kids are about to get real Bad...
Prepare yourself for many a monologue about the industry...
Some sad news today -- the Jackass crew has lost one of its own.
Last night in the middle of Dancing With the Stars, ABC halfheartedly announced that Brad Womack is the once and future Bachelor. Given the fact that they snuck this in with little or no hoopla and didn't take the opportunity to do a special, or hype it ad nauseum as a special press announcement by Chris Harrison during DWTS, I'm thinking they are pretty embarrassed that this was the best they could do. I understand that Chris L. wisely decided that he'd humiliated his family enough during his stint on The Bachelorette, but I find it hard to believe that there were no other Bachelor-adjacent folks who wanted to sell their souls to ABC for some more screen time.
There is life after Lost (on other dead-end series) for Henry Ian Cusick, a comeback for deranged duo Beavis and Butthead (do we really want them back, Mike Judge??), and an Oscar winner takes a hit at Showtime's Weeds. Not a bong hit as far as we know yet...
You'd think that people would know better than to do blackface on national TV (or anywhere else, really), but you would sadly be wrong.