Look, on NBC, it's actual must-see TV!
In today's increasingly murky television landscape, it's hard to tell.
That's funny, because when we're kissing our significant other we imagine we're kissing Alec Baldwin.
Plus: Banana Hands finally gets his own reality show.
Looks like Meryl Streep won't be guesting on '30 Rock' after all.
From Eva Longoria-Parker in peach to Freida Pinto rocking periwinkle, the rainbow ruled.
Jon Hamm: "Somewhere on tape, there exists me talking about three kinds of heat."
She gloated that a surrogate mom did it the first time, but now it's her turn to get all moody and lumpy-bumpy. Plus, everyone important is in D.C. by now, and Cin's there to harass them.
It could've been worse. It could've been Robotron 2084.
A megaslideshow featuring all the red-carpet looks from the Golden Globes.
What we mean is, Kelly Rutherford still breast-feeds her walking, talking 2-year-old son. And Cindy goes all Gitmo on Madoff's ass — love that! In the gossip roundup.
Frank Caliendo? Seth Rogen?
Plus: Tom Cruise on how his eye patch nearly tore his family apart.
That's what Alec Baldwin said! Plus, Eva Amurri and Julianne Moore are putting themselves and others at risk. And a depressing Gary Coleman item that we put at the very bottom.
In her review of '30 Rock,' Nancy Franklin calls Fey's performance 'not-so-great.'
He was joking, people. Joking!
The actor stopped by Letterman last night to talk about that fateful night he came face-to-face with the 'gorgeous' V.P. candidate.
'He might have to quit one of the seven or eight private clubs that he belongs to.'
Poor ‘Page Six’ had to look at gross hard-core pictures of Christie Brinkley’s ex with his teenage girlfriend.