With this year's crop of comedy writing contenders, Emmy celebrates the satirical, irreverent and downright ribald.
Does stepping onto the set of an in-production series ignite contention with recurring cast members?
Tyler Perry's "Madea Goes to Jail" grossed more than $90 million in 2009 -- a major feat for any film -- but the moviemaker's big triumph this year has been on the smallscreen, where Perry exceeded…
It's just impossible, what happened to me," muses John Mahoney of his late start in showbiz.
The storylines of both Alison Pill (April) and Hope Davis (Mia) succeed in what "In Treatment" does brilliantly -- presenting universal themes that transcend particular individual problems.
I just dig the fang," quips "True Blood" star Anna Paquin of her character Sookie Stackhouse's smoldering love for Bill Compton.
For Zac Efron, real-life high school wasn't always so musical.
"It was an amazing experience," gushes Audrina Patridge of the "Sorority Row" film shoot, brimming with the ebullience of a college girl rushing the coolest Greek house on campus. "The cast is so…