[The following post contains spoilers for the May 6 episode of AMC's "The Killing."]
With last week’s underwhelming episode, it seemed as though AMC and I both took the week off. Thankfully, the “Killing” team turned up the action this week.
Between the possible death of arguably the show’s best character and the realization that Kalimish Chief and Wapi Casino manager, Nicole Jackson, might be our true villain (and overall badass), there’s much to discuss and debate.
Over at Holder’s casa, Linden was still freaking out over the drawing that was left on the refrigerator of her last place.
Don't cry for Jaleel White because he was eliminated last week on ABC’s "Dancing with the Stars."
Not only did he love the experience, as the actor told CNN in an interview taped prior to his dismissal, but “DWTS” whipped him into the best shape he's been in since college.
White also answered iReporters' questions during the interview, and the former child star reveals his inspiration for being on the dance show, whether he thinks his iconic "Family Matters" character Steve Urkel paved the way for other TV nerds, and what he's had the most fun doing since then.
Rihanna may have been too under the weather for a rehearsal, but she did make sure to send her ex some birthday love.
The singer was the musical guest on the latest "Saturday Night Live," and her rep confirmed to CNN that she didn't appear for a rehearsal because she was "was sick, so she needed to save her voice for the live show."
But Idolator reports that she made sure to tweet Chris Brown a Cinco de Mayo birthday greeting before she took to the "SNL" stage.
Justin Bieber's apparently a "Belieber" when it comes to Floyd Mayweather Jr.
The 18-year-old pop star showed his support on Saturday night just before Mayweather got in the ring and beat Miguel Cotto. According to Billboard, Bieber even carried two of Mayweather's championship belts into the arena, and the pair were joined by 50 Cent and WWE wrestler Triple H as the welterweight champ made his entrance.
Rapper Lil’ Wayne then joined Bieber and Team Mayweather in the ring after judges announced their unanimous decision.
The tributes and condolences have poured in since the passing of Beastie Boys member Adam "MCA" Yauch, and on Sunday night, fans heard from another one of the respected group's members, Adam "Adrock" Horovitz.
As MTV reports, Horovitz posted the note regarding Yauch's Friday death on the Beastie Boys' Tumblr, offering gratitude for the support the surviving members of the New York trio have received.
"As you can imagine, s*** is just fkd up right now," Horovitz wrote. "But I wanna say thank you to all our friends and family (which are kinda one in the same) for all the love and support."
[The following post contains spoilers for the May 6 episode of AMC's "Mad Men."]
After the excitement of the past few episodes, Sunday's "Mad Men" was kind of a slow burn.
However, if you’re a fan of either "Gilmore Girls" or "Saved by the Bell," it was more like Christmas morning with a dash of your birthday thrown in. But I digress.
After work one evening, Pete met Rory Gilmore Beth, a housewife of the Betty Draper variety with an intense dislike of hobos.
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