What an episode! Fights, failures, freakouts, forgetting lyrics and the Fab Four!
Nobody seethes any better than the irascible Lewis Black, so credit Comedy Central with harnessing all that combustible force into the foundation for a series, as opposed to just the occasional…
Add to "Cashmere Mafia" and "Lipstick Jungle" the have-it-all heroine of this Fox series, which stirs in fertility issues and strained family dynamics to birth a wholly uninspired test-tube comedy.
Beyond the enticement of the former "ER" thesp wearing stilettos instead of scrubs, the darkness surrounding her brilliant but troubled defense attorney has a musty odor, its pleasures largely…
After voting out Mikey B last week, the Fans quietly return to camp for some sulking and gloating.
More noteworthy for its ambition than its execution, this documentary series follows a dozen girls from ninth grade through high school graduation -- a rare exercise of patience and sobriety in the…
Team Snark headed over to the Pacific Design Center last night to party with the "American Idol" top 12. And by "party with" I mean we watched them get treated like rock stars on the red carpet for…
Sorry for missing last week everybody, there was an unfortunate Tivo incident at my house and I wasn't able to watch until Sunday.
I'm beginning to think these girls aren't listening to me. Did I not say, just last week, not to sing Whitney, Celine, Mariah or Linda?
In between Randy and Paula expounding on their '80s credits, Simon Cowell rested on his latest crutch to explain the troubles of Carly Smithson, saying she - like others before her - had yet to…