Jean-Ralphio goes off.
Plus: Mike Tyson realized he needed voice lessons when Siri couldn't understand him, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
She was the first person he talked to about American Horror Story's seventeen nominations.
"I don't even do well at cocktail parties."
And does it matter?
"I can see what I can do."
Bitching about the Emmy nominations is a beloved tradition, but it's hard to get too worked up because TV is so creatively healthy right now.
Adventure Time and Childrens Hospital, yes. The Office, no.
Also, she's obsessed with our Girls paper dolls. (Bragging!)
"I would hope Gus comes back in Walt’s dreams."
Parks and Rec got snubbed, but hey, Gus from Breaking Bad!
In his alternate ending, things don't get better for Ned Stark.
And he doesn't believe in raising the TV dead.
Why a network suit's idea for a Frasier episode turned him off to crossover episodes.
Who'd make a great Idol judge?
In which we learn how her parents used the Muppets as a disciplinary tool.
She's pitching a collaboration soon.
Somebody's been watching Bunheads!