They say it will make them some money.
Chan criticizes the action sequences of the original movie. And here we thought "wax on, wax off" was an actual training technique.
Devastation that not even clumps of hair can absorb.
The 'New York' art critic, one of the show's judges, gives his inside take on the reality show's first episode.
"Jamie Hector and celebrity friends challenge you to a friendly game of paintball."
The omnipresent character actor started his career as a rotating bad guy on all the action shows of the era and has the wild stories to prove it.
The 'Daily Show' correspondent talks about her new memoir, 'I Know I Am, But What Are You?,' ending the 'Law & Order' franchise, and how some people think she's a "disgusting person."
With mannequin displays based on NBC shows.
In this episode, Kristin asserts her sexual magnetism over Brody, and some crazy girl named Allie shows up to jump-start the drama (which, without Speidi, is sorely lacking).
But you didn't really need them to tell you that.
We love it — more than most things in life! But the show still has a lot to learn.
Plus: Vinnie Jones joins 'The Cape.'
Food drops and Walt's powers will be explained.
On CMT. Still, though.