All you have to say is that this will be a "Fizbo-centric" episode, and I'm on board.
Wednesday night's "Modern Family," complete with a clown funeral (taking the famous "Mary Tyler Moore" episode about Chuckles to the next level), did not disappoint in the slightest. There was a cream pie ceremoniously dumped on the ground, along with the casket, and a "clown car" joke.
This is where Cam – this week's MVP, naturally – encountered his former clowning partner, Louis: "We were great together, we spoke each other's language, we finished each other's balloon animals."
Alexander Payne's "The Descendants" was one of the most-talked about films of the past awards season, and it indeed led to accolades for the director.
Adapted from the book of the same name, "The Descendants," now available on DVD and Blu-ray, was nominated for a total of five Academy Awards and won for best adapted screenplay, which Payne co-wrote with Nat Faxon and Jim Rash.
Starring George Clooney as Matt King, "The Descendants" follows the self-described "backup parent" after his wife's boating accident near their Hawaiian home leaves her in a coma.
When news broke earlier this week that Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli were ending their 11-year marriage, rumors began to spread that infidelity was at play.
The couple, whose split is expected to be covered in Garth's upcoming reality show, "Jennie Garth: Little Bit Country," said little more in their initial statement, other than the fact that they remain committed to raising their three children.
But gossip insinuated that "Twilight" star Facinelli had stepped out on Garth while filming the final installment of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn" in Vancouver.
Now that “American Idol” hopeful Jermaine Jones has officially been dismissed from the show, some of his fellow contestants are coming to his defense.
Many told CNN Wednesday that they believe Fox's decision to oust him was unfair - despite Jones’ apparent failure to reveal he had a criminal past before coming on "Idol."
On Wednesday's episode, host Ryan Seacrest announced that the former Top 12 contestant would not be continuing on in the competition.
Actress Ashley Judd takes her “March Madness” brackets very, very seriously.
The University of Kentucky alum and star of the new ABC show “Missing” tells USA Today that she’s so nervous about losing, she fills out two cards - the first based on the experts’ opinions and the second according to her gut.
"I have two brackets,” she says. “One that I think will happen and one that I hope happens.”
Some readers of "The Hunger Games" might find an eerie resemblance between the book's fictional televised teen death matches and the way we consume reality TV today.
Except, we're not sitting around watching reality competitions where contestants are expected to fight to the death, which is the premise of author Suzanne Collins' dystopian books.
First look: Go inside the 'Hunger Games' arena
But for the star of this month's movie adaptation, Jennifer Lawrence, "The Hunger Games" called to mind a ubiquitous reality TV name: Kardashian.
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