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Today, Marg Helgenberger takes a page out of Laurence Fishburne's book, America's Next Top Model brings the crazies back and How I Met Your Mother puts Robin in the spotlight.
Phew! What a week! Check out all of the stuff that's been keepin' us so very busy.
Ricky Gervais talks dirty... really dirty... about his private parts in an exclusive clip. It's way better than watching this week's Office.
Desperate Housewives really wants Sarah Palin, but we kinda want her to go on a show that is better suited to her "skills."
Jack Coleman caught a cold from co-star Hayden Panetierre.
SVU's detectives? We love 'em, but they probably should have been fired a long time ago.
We also got to talk to one Mr. Brandon Walsh!
Have you seen Chocolate News? Our vloggers give their take.
There were the CMA Awards. They were about what you'd expect... with less hairspray than normal.
In the movies without pity realm, we've got a dating guide from Twilight's sexy vamp, an illuminating look at the new movie Australia from Crocodile Dundee's Paul Hogan, tackled Kung Fu Panda and Clone Wars on DVD and reviewed the latest James Bond flick Quantum of Solace.
There was this little election thing this week. We discussed all the important issues, like the CNN holograms, Fred Armisen's lame impression of Obama, those South Park guys really being on the ball, this old Al Franken show Lateline (which he may want to go back to since he lost his Senate bid), and our tribute to Tina Fey's brilliant Palin impression. We also found out that what you watch on TV tells a lot about your political affiliation. Now our minds can return to our regularly scheduled programming.
We got all up in arms about Brooke Smith being axed from Grey's Anatomy a week after her character came out of the closet. And then we were even more upset when we actually watched her exit from the show.
Maksim from Dancing With the Stars gave us the scoop on the upcoming winter tour.
We spent some time thinking about how much we love Bones. Yup. So much so that we think it is the best procedural drama on TV.
Law & Order came back... finally. Dick Wolf and Sam Waterson told us all about it.
Melrose Place is taking a page out of the 90210 handbook and doing a remake. We look at the original cast and see who should come back and what these characters have been up to.
We've determined that Private Practice is a bad place to go if you actually need medical attention.
We got a sneak peek at a couple of new shows. Ruby, about a 500 lb Southern lady determined to shed pounds without surgery. We love her! And then the Australian import Summer Heights High, about a school with some odd characters. Which we didn't love as much.
Dexter kills people, but does that make him a bad guy? Find out other TV characters who have sociopathic tendencies that make Dexter look almost charming.
We really want Heroes to get better. Seriously. Here's our suggestions for how it can stop sucking.
We highlight (or lowlight) the ten slimiest guys on reality TV. There are some real douchebags out there.
On a related note, Terence on The Amazing Race might be a serial killer. Which could qualify him for several of our lists this week.
HRG (aka Jack Coleman) blogs about filming and singing with Zachary Quinto in Griffith Park, and the challenges of working with a swirling vortex.
There are a surprising amount of similarities between Gilmore Girls and Gossip Girl. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Ron Perlman, that guy who is Hellboy, he used to dress up in another heavily made up costume. And it was wonderful.
Professional dancer Maksim Chmerkovskiy blogs about Misty's injury and what he'll do next.
Find out what Jay Mohr did before he was relegated to the mediocre sitcom Gary Unmarried. Oh, and while your at it, see the uncanny resemblance between Gary Unmarried and The New Adventures of Old Christine.
Posh Spice, may be awesome in her own bobbleheaded way, but that doesn't mean she has any right to judge fashion. We count down the worst Project Runway guest judges of all time. And we unleash our Kenley hate in our recaps.
30 Rock is fabulous. No one denies this. But is the DVD set equally awesome? We review.
We review the X-Files-lite series The Eleventh Hour. It's fine, but totally missable. Mom's everywhere will probably love it.
The CW debuted their new bizarre Sunday night lineup. We had some thoughts about that.
We take on the Aussie import Kath & Kim. It's not the original, but really, what could be.
Christian Slater gives us a preview of his action packed new series My Own Worst Enemy, and talks a bunch about karate.
Our vloggers have sure been busy too. Find out what the best and worst shows are in Week Without Pity, see what our TV Is the Answer girls have to say about Sarah Palin and SNL, and No Prior Knowledge gives his unique take on How I Met Your Mother.
Heroes star Jack Coleman talks about getting back to work in his exclusive blog.
Winners of our reader-selected annual Tubey awards have been announced! Plus, our staff picks for the most memorable moments of last season.
Love the Big Bang Theory? Creator Chuck Lorre dishes on the new season. Smallville executive producer Brian Peterson tells us why fans can't get everything they want.
Sure, we know why Seacrest and Probst are famous now, but find out what the five reality hosts helming the Emmys did before they got their big breaks.
We rundown the Heroes characters to figure out who has the coolest power, and whose abilities are just lame.
House kicked off with a killer episode where Thirteen nearly, well, killed someone. Read the full recap.
Looking for something to watch this weekend? Check out our DVD Unwrapped reviews of Private Practice, Pushing Daisies, Desperate Housewives, Torchwood and Dirty Sexy Money before you head to the store.
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