As bleak as the world of Westeros seems, this episode DOES end with hope on the horizon. While Arya’s dark grimace as she rides her white horse is troubling (and she has become the poster child for PTSD), the Stark sword is reborn through her “Needle.” Currently, the scorecard favors the Lannisters. But mostly because(…)
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Tonight, The Hollywood Foreign Press Association will celebrate the best in the year of film and the best in the calendar year of television. It will also be the reunion of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler as co-hosts. Last time, they nailed the gig. Whether they were charming our pants off with their best buddy(…)
It’s been a CRAZY good year for television. There was the bittersweet goodbye to Breaking Bad, Netflix kicked off its original programming with some certifiable critical and ratings hits, and across cable and network, many of the headline grabbers were brand spanking new shows. In fact, FIVE of our top ten shows just finished, or are in(…)
Hey y’all! Chris Peck here. I’ll be your guide to every Holy Crap moment, boring speech or completely out-of-left-field award winner. Just refresh the page and you’ll find another witty remark. So stay tuned for all the minute-by-minute analysis (and by analysis I mean whining and complaining, but it’ll be funny!). Check out “My Hypothetical(…)
With Emmy nominations being announced on Thursday, July 18, I give you my personal picks and hypothetical predictions.
FINALLY! CBS has assured us that the show will end, and will answer the series-long question: Who’s the mother?
The “Homeland” bad guy happens to be a great guy with lots to say about the show’s message and his character’s legacy.
Leslie loses it in front of Joe Biden and stalls April’s dog park proposal; Ben and Tom seek investors for Rent-A-Swag.
Plenty of sweetness and cuteness to go around this Halloween as uncertain futures become clearer.
Leslie wants to teach senior citizens about safe sex, and Ron helps Tom detox from technology.