The show ended on a wild note with all the contestants dancing around like mad on the stage.
The folks in the picture above seemed like they thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Good night to be an "Idol" judge and mentor.
What did you think about the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tunes? Did the contestants move you?
9:22 p.m. – Paul closes out the show with Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues."
Jimmy tells him he needs to sing it crazy. I'm not sure how crazy he got, but it was rockabilly fine with him on that guitar. I felt like I was for real at a concert.
Wait, did Paul just bring it? I'm going to have to rewind the DVR and peep that again.
The plan was the thing on the new episode of "Parenthood." Old plans not working out, new plans that have no hope of working out and parents' plans not working out for their kids.
Cosby is in an empty house pouring his heart out to someone. Looks like a real estate agent. I say "looks like" because why would he be telling all his business to a real estate agent? And he couldn’t really be trying to buy a house while Jasmine is barely talking to him, could he?
Of course he is. He really thinks buying a whole house will convince the woman he cheated on to come back to him. And, for some reason, Crosby thinks telling this plan to Adam is a good idea. Adam doesn’t want to talk to him, but he finds it in himself to tell Crosby what a stupid idea it is. Sarah was a bit easier on him about it, but not by much.
It's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame night on "Idol."
That should bode well for our resident rocker, James Durbin, but let's see how our remaining Top 9 do with the classics.
Is it just me, or are these "Idol" weeks flying by? Seems like only yesterday we were back at the Hollywood auditions.
If you want to watch "Mad Men" reruns in syndication, you'll have to catch them on Netflix.
The Internet movie subscription service has struck a deal with Lionsgate to license the first four seasons of the hit AMC show. Netflix subscribers will be able to stream those seasons beginning July 27.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix is paying almost $1 million per episode for the popular series, which recently was the subject of a renewal deal between Lionsgate and the show's creator, Matthew Weiner.
She was a pro at delivering "Saturday Night Live's" "Weekend Update," but can Amy Poehler handle speaking at Harvard? The 2011 graduating class is about to find out.
On May 25, the Massachusetts native will address the students, their families and guests at Senior Class Day in Harvard Yard's Tercentenary Theatre, reports the Harvard Gazette.
Besides Poehler, the ceremony - held the day before graduation - will include a speech by the school's dean, as well as an evening concert featuring the Radcliffe Choral Society, the Harvard Glee Club and the Harvard University Band.
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