I've tried to appreciate the courage it takes for non-dancing D-lister's to perform outside their comfort zone. Really, I have.
‘A middle-aged, middle-class, balding Englishman has no business playing the blues… But what do you do about it?’
With a celebrity guest list the Oscars is envious of, this year's season finalé of The Office carries an equally intriguing question: who will replace Michael Scott?
Since it's inception, reality TV has divided our culture into two camps; those who love to hate it and those who hate to love it.
The new video-on-demand service, Home Premium, may seem like a convenient way to stay current on recently released films, but the dangers far outweigh the benefits. Boycott! Boycott!
Happy Endings essentially proved that anyone can fit into any kind of stereotype, which is pretty forward for a sitcom whose characters play off of archetypes like "the gay male best friend who gets around."
Reality shows that promise the American Dream keep contestants lining up and audiences tuning in.
Downton Abbey is the How the Other Half Lives of period dramas. But rather than inside/outside, upstairs/downstairs emerges as the central division.
How an abandoned mall and some dead dinosaurs may be the key to the mysteries of the universe.
Or, as he says it on air, "Chemical Romance".