Plus: Barbarians! Dirty politicians!
They're really committed to those 'Seinfeld' reruns.
Plus: Tyler Labine joins 'True Love.'
Not for the right reason, though.
Conan O'Brien is still in talks with Fox for a new late-night show at the network, but according to Chevy Chase, he might as well just enjoy an early retirement.
Offer comes as O'Brien resumes talks with the network about the possibility of a new show.
"These are the final episodes, so if some of your name people would like to do something on the show, this is the time for them to do it."
'Avatar' fans hoping for an extras-packed 3-D DVD or Blu-ray will have to be patient.
Plus: Anne Hathaway to fall for Jim Sturgess after a while.
'24' movie is still a go.
Some kid didn't know what a hemidemisemiquaver is.
Wait a second, is that George Oscar Bluth?
"I'm fairly certain that there hasn't been an approach at any time for Howard to do the show."
Don't worry. He's going to be fine.
The asking price is $35 million, but we bet you could talk him down to a caviar-splattered Picasso.
Surely this can't be right.
It officially passed 'Titanic' to become the highest-grossing picture in the history of the United States.
The irascible old Aussie just wants more money. Can you blame him?