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Futurama airs the first episode of its second final season. Got all that? Also: Arrested Development checks in on GOB, while MasterChef cooks for the cast of Glee.
So we come to the end of another season of Entourage, and maybe this is true of all the seasons, but it feels like we're...
That was quick! And we were all wrong, if I remember the comments from last week correctly. (I'm not going back to look, dammit.)...
Hey look! Two seconds into the episode, and we've got two of our supposedly requisite four boobs. Maybe we'll get up to eight...
I wondered in this very blog last week what would become of our Entourage pals after an episode that seemed to essentially...
I expected last week's big cliffhanger to play itself out over a few weeks, not just half an hourand I have to say I'm a...
The problem with Entourage expecting us to actually care about the characters this season is that the show hasn't really...
Why hello there. Josh is out of town tonight, so I'll be covering his TV Club duties for the evening, as I am apparently the...
Am I tripping, or was that a pretty damn decent episode of Entourage. There's no doubt in my mind that it was the best of...
Another week, another bunch of setup for Vince and EricI'm beginning to think that's all this show is, just one long lead...
How much can we ask from a show like Entourage at this point? It gave us a couple of really funny years (though some of you...
I think I realized at least part of Entourage's problem tonight, in an episode that actually seemed like it was working to...
When we last saw Vincent Chase and his Entourage, things weren't looking so good: A bidding war for Medellin turned to dust when...
“I go over to his trailer and knock on the door, and I hear him say, ‘Come in!’ I open the door and—whoosh!—hashish smoke in my face.”
No, wait, hear us out.
The podcast co-host on Richard Simmons’ sexual advances, the awesomeness of Patton Oswalt and Jon Hamm, and his show’s resident impressionists.
“I’m going to make Community porn. Lizzy Caplan’s going to play Annie, and I’m going to produce it.”
“Wow. What can I tell you about Solarbabies?”
The actor discusses his intimate audio essays and the "shallow grave" known as celebrity gossip.
Leighton Meester, Hugh Laurie, Catherine Keener, Alia Shawkat and many more star in a drama too busy for indiedom.
So he doesn't have to.
A reader asks about “Pop-Cultural Stockholm Syndrome,” where prolonged exposure gets us addicted to things we normally would avoid.
Contemplate Monica Keena’s career trajectory with this week’s Dawson’s Creek TV Club Classic reviews. Also: White Collar goes to the museum and Home Movies puts marbles in its nose. (Put them there.)
“I walked in [to Funny Or Die], and I said, “Okay, here’s the title: ‘Wax On, Fuck—’” I didn’t even finish saying the “off.” He’s like, “Where and when?”
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Not every pop star is cut out to be the male lead in a heterosexual romance.
This movie is NOT—big caps—for everyone.
The team behind Sklarbro Country and Cheap Seats talks about comedy, sports, and statistics.
Congratulations, fans of virtual currency! Tonight's episode of The Good Wife is for you! Also: Lots of brand new episodes, a Napoleon Dynamite cartoon, and football.
The star of I Melt With You talks about acting for the love of it, misperceptions created by Entourage, and the enduring power of PCU.
Don’t hate them because they’re smart about being dumb.
In the first week of its third season—and its first airing on a Monday, without a cushy lead-in—HBO’s Bored To Death pulled in 240,000 viewers.
As a man trapped in a home invasion, Nicolas Cage makes a triumphant return to Crazytown.
A new look at Freakonomics Radio, Biff Tannen shows up on Nerdist, Bootsy Collins opens up on Sound Opinions, and more.
The writer-director-star of FX’s Louie offers episode-by-episode insights into the show’s second season.
Doug Loves Movies goes on a four-episode rampage, we check out Todd Glass’ new podcast, The Best Show rebounds, Marc Maron scores with a back-to-back good eps, and much more.
We check in on Riki Lindhome’s new podcast, explore the fringe of the podcasting world, Bryan Cranston goes deep on Nerdist, Comedy Bang Bang has its strangest episode yet, and much more.
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