Television

‘Happy Endings’ Jumps on the Harlem Shake Wagon
Yup, it's still happening. People are still making 'Harlem Shake' videos. At least they seem to be increasing in star power. Last week it was Kyle MacLachlan. This version features Elisha Cuthbert AND Damon Wayans Jr., who is carrying the "Sinbrad" puppet from the sh…
‘SNL’ Teaches Us How NOT to Act at Parties
Perhaps unintentionally, it looked as if there was a theme during last night's 'Saturday Night Live' (featuring Christoph Waltz as host). Important etiquette lessons crept into at least two sketches, both of which featured a woman whose behavior ruins a party.
How Did the Internet Spend Valentine’s Day?
Valentine's Day is tricky. Most people either love the mushy stuff or dread it for weeks beforehand, so there's really no right way to go about celebrating the holiday. Lovebird festivities usually entail red roses, lots of chocolate and super sentimental things that make some people want …
See the Cast of ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ Then and Now
One part comedy show, one part game show, 'Whose Line Is It Anyway' brought the whimsy and energy of improvisational comedy clubs into homes across America. Sure, the points didn't matter, and there were no actual prizes handed out. Nonetheless, it was riveting television with whip-sm…
8 Pop Culture Romance Novels We Wish Were Real
This Valentine’s Day, millions will cuddle up with their cats and a box of Dove bars and sink into a juicy romance novel. Wouldn’t it be far more interesting if romance novels contained the complexity, suspense and intrigue of our favorite TV shows and movies? Below, our noblest attempts at visual f…
The Best Valentine’s Day TV Episodes Ever
Say what you want to about Valentine's Day, it is an excuse to buy a three pound box of chocolates and a double-sized bottle of white wine and not have to share it with anybody. But what to do while you're picking through your Whitman's Sampler and pouring yourself Texas-sized glasses…
See Lori Beth Denberg From ‘All That’ Then and Now
Then: Lori Beth Denberg had been performing in community theater and school plays since the age of six, but it wasn't until she was 18 that she landed her first professional gig, on Nickelodeon's 'All That.' She was a cast member on the show for four years, most memorably as the …

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