He'll judge Bethenny Frankel's toe-loops.
Take that, 'What Not To Wear.'
With pretty sex charts!
"It was so much fun for me. I was a bad writer for many, many years."
Funny, self-deprecating, inspiring, and just a little bit mean.
'Bored to Death' revels in pat endings as a matter of course, but when the pat endings become an episode's reason for being, the strain shows.
Can that actually be her?
Last week, we saw Margaret's eyes finally opened to Nucky's world; this week, she's on her way to becoming Nucky or, at least, a very capable Nuckyette.
On the one hand, the episode disappoints again. On the other ...
It's not because marching is a good form of cardiovascular exercise.
They may put some limits on Comcast, but they won't stop the deal.
Next summer, look for outdoor adventure to meld with outdoor making out.
NBC News reaches out to the youth and the not-yet-retired.
The series is hanging in there.
Plus, Johansson mocks Johansson, and Arcade Fire tries to be funny.
And create a three-hour Thursday-night comedy block. Does it matter?
Oh, this is very good news.
He performed "The Elements" by musical humorist Tom Lehrer on Graham Norton's show, and it's seriously impressive/nerdy/wonderful.