It's another normal day in Braverman Land. And by "normal" I mean days filled with fixing missteps caused by well-meaning friends and relatives with a lack of boundaries and a knack for meddling.
For once, there's a gathering in the Bravermans' yard that isn't a family party. They're having a yard sale. Camille sold some of Amber's things, which it turns out she donated, but Sarah still feels the need to rescue them.
No Boundaries Sarah also drops by Amber's job unannounced, and Amber does her best to rush her off. Sarah is having a lot of trouble with her daughter moving out because she's worried she won't come back. Amber does call her mom in the middle of the night because she hears something in her apartment. In perhaps the funniest scene in this show so far, the two of them find a rat. Amber climbs up on something, jumps on her mom's back and Sarah ends up carrying her out of the room.
Just five months after giving birth to twins, new mom Mariah Carey is back at work.
The diva’s longtime producer Jermaine Dupri posted photos of Carey in the studio on his official website.
Mariah posted the pictures as well, and tweeted about her new endeavor: “So happy to be back in the studio with the one & only @Mr_Dupri aka Jermash!"
I am officially back on board this week.
Last week's "Glee" didn't move me at all. This week was as different as night and day.
The kids are putting on a production of "West Side Story," which is absolutely perfect for this crew. Kurt wants to play Tony so badly he can't stand it, but can he pull off the strong masculinity needed for the role? FULL POST
A strong quickstep and praise from the judges weren't enough to keep Elisabetta Canalis around on "Dancing With the Stars."
The Italian actress, best known in the United States for being George Clooney's ex-girlfriend, was the second contestant eliminated from the ABC competition last night.
Canalis was left in the bottom three with David Arquette and Chaz Bono, both of whom scored lower than Canalis after Monday's competition. But Canalis may have been hurt by lack of name recognition, as well as memories of her disappointing cha-cha from last week.
Showtime's announced that they have a full-length documentary on the life of Death Row Records co-founder Marion "Suge" Knight in the works.
Tentatively titled “Suge Knight,” the film will be the first in a new series of docs from the cable network on “iconic and controversial figures.”
According to a statement from Showtime, “Training Day” director Antoine Fuqua “will delve deep into the life and storied exploits of the Death Row Records co-founder as well as the volatile and highly influential era in music that he presided over.”
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation has released its 16th annual “Where We Are on TV” report, which measures the number of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender characters on TV.
And while the shows that make up the 2011-2012 season might look promising, GLAAD says networks have taken a step in the wrong direction as far as inclusion is concerned.
Down 10 percent since last season, LGBT characters account for 2.9 percent of the scripted series regulars currently on network TV.
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