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Nearly every "30 Rock" fan has an opinion on exactly where the Emmy-winning comedy began to lose its luster, and for Alec Baldwin that moment came in season five.
"It was the low point," he told Rolling Stone in its new issue, though he hastens to add that "even anemic '30 Rock' writing is still better than everybody else's writing."
As the story of Manti Te'o's convoluted romantic life unfolded, a lot of us were immediately reminded of "Catfish" - the 2010 documentary about a guy whose online crush wasn't who he believed her to be.
That documentary has spun off into a pretty popular MTV reality show of the same name, with star of the doc, Nev Schulman, helping others assess whether their online-only romances pass muster in the real world.
While the Internet's made it easier to come across someone pretending to be someone they're not, the imposter is a popular character on the big screen.
Sarah Jessica Parker stepped in at the last minute to play Gloria Steinem in "Lovelace," but her work didn't make it into the film.
According to Entertainment Weekly, directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman were originally planning to end their biopic of adult actress Linda Lovelace in 1984, which would've included scenes of Lovelace after she'd gone back to using her real name and had taken a stand against porn, becoming affiliated with Steinem.
Wednesday night marked the return of "American Idol" with brand new judges Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj.
We never imagined we could miss Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler so much.
For the first night, we were treated to auditions from New York City, where contestants rolled through offering up what was supposed to be their best for a shot at a golden ticket to Hollywood.
As you can imagine, there was much tension and disappointment. Oh, not so much from the singers, but from some of us viewers regarding Mimi and Minaj.
Wednesday night's "American Horror Story: Asylum" focused on the four remaining central characters: Kit, Judy, Lana and Johnny.
The story was moved forward to 1967, as Kit lived a polygamist lifestyle with the two mothers of his children, Alma and Grace.
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