On Thursday night's "Big Bang Theory," Sheldon faced a real shock to the system. It turns out that our favorite group of geeks doesn't revolve around him.
In fact, Leonard is the de facto leader of the group. And so, with Leonard dating Priya, they're spending a lot more time in Raj's apartment.
This doesn't sit well with Sheldon: "We could also stop using the letter M. But I think that idea is isguided and oronic."
There is explosive Charlie Sheen outrage today after his bizarre and rambling rants on radio’s “The Alex Jones Show” and a scathing open letter to the creator of his show, “Two and a Half Men”!
Charlie actually calls Executive Producer Chuck Lorre a “contaminated little maggot,” and that is just a small taste of his explosive media meltdown! It’s easy to see why CBS has decided to cancel production of “Two and a Half Men” for the rest of the season!
I am scared for Charlie. It sounds like he has completely lost his marbles. I hope someone can reach him at this point to help him and I hope it is not too late. But what do you think? Post your thoughts below.
Controversial comedian Ricky Gervais may never be asked to host the Academy Awards, but he knows just how he wants things to play out when James Franco and Anne Hathaway do the honors at Sunday night's ceremony.
Gervais, who made headlines for his celebrity-skewering jokes at the Golden Globes, took to his blog recently and scripted some banter for Franco and Hathaway "in case they have a few minutes to fill" during their opening monologue.
As expected, much of it isn't exactly family friendly. Below, a few excerpts from Gervais' proposed Hathaway/Franco monologue:
Zac Efron's ex Vanessa Hudgens flaunted a new companion at last night's L.A. premiere of her film "Beastly": a tiny butterfly on her neck. Hudgens got the insect art during a recent visit to New York City and told CNN she couldn't wait to show it off.
“I've actually wanted it for years, and it kind of spontaneously happened...I'm all for spontaneity," she said.
The name "Vanessa" reportedly means "butterfly," according to Just Jared Jr, and it was Hudgens's pal, Australian MTV VJ Ruby Rose, who convinced her to get inked at New York's popular Bang Bang.
Along with Ronnie’s Xenadrine spot and Snooki’s ad for pistachios, last night’s episode of “Jersey Shore” featured another cast member’s foray into advertising: Pauly D, who now has a Miracle Whip commercial.
The fact that Pauly reinforces his dislike for the product several times throughout the commercial isn’t the only reason I’m tripping over his endorsing a mayonnaise alternative.
I mean, it kind of makes sense that Ron would take an ultra-strength weight loss pill, what with those red shakes he’s always blending in the kitchen, and that Snooks would crack open nuts with her tanning bed, but I’m not sure about this one.
The "American Idol" Top 24 has been formed with only one upset – no Jacee Badeaux.
The 15-year-old fan favorite from Louisiana didn't make the cut, losing out on the final male slot to friend and fellow teen contestant, Brett Loewenstern.
Producers managed to drag out two hours on Thursday as the contestants walked the long runway before taking a seat before the judges.
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