"Go hard? Wish I could!"
People were talking about 'Modern Family,' 'The Walking Dead,' 'The Good Wife'...
"Sarah supposedly blames Bristol harshly and openly (in the circles that I heard it from) for not winning the election."
In 2005, Arquette produced this short pilot presentation in the hopes of landing a series order for his animated and live-action oddity.
Also: She's pregnant.
It'll be on in March, taking over for 'Detroit 1-8-7.'
And why shouldn't she?
Now with more jokes 'The Simpsons' made first.
Don't let them shrink it!
Ain't no sociopath like a sociopath pretending she's a socialite.
As is their tradition, the show drives us crazy with things that are hopelessly unrealistic, and at the same time includes details that make it uniquely true to life.
It's based on the career of Judy Smith, who helped out Bill Clinton and Michael Vick.
TV Land has greenlighted "Happily Divorced," written and executive produced by "The Nanny" co-creators, Fran Drescher and Peter Marc Jacobsen.
Plus, Stephen Colbert apologizes to patrons of Walmart for mistaking Black Friday for something very inappropriate, on our regular late-night roundup.
She also tries to get Martha drunk, to no avail.
For the delicate flowers among you.
The truth is, Kurt never left you, glee club.
In the television version of this tale, the list-maker winds up dead.