We sure hope so.
She "passed out." What a party girl.
Babysitters are a liberal disgrace.
Plus: Blake Shelton's crudest comments ranging from Christina Aguilera's huge "duo" to his panty-dropper mullet, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Another reason to stay indoors.
Season One was anything but subtle, and Two doubles down on its Boss-iness.
Plus, an offended Jennifer Garner to David Letterman: "[Ben Affleck] will stomp you!" and more, in our daily late-night roundup.
No, Frasier. Just ... no.
From now on, we'll call this "Van Der Beek-ing."
The first and last time Penny Marshall and Cindy Crawford make the same list.
Rest easy, Kelsey Grammer.
It's a new politically themed series on Starz (sadly, not a Who's the Boss? spinoff).
They're appropriately theatrical.
Plus, Kevin Spacey tells Stephen Colbert a great Keyser Soze story, on our regular late-night roundup.
Plus, Stephen Colbert tests Steve Martin's art knowledge, on our regular late-night roundup.
Plus: 'Lone Star''s Adrianne Palicki lands on her feet as a psychopath on 'Criminal Minds.'
Mr. Schue makes the same amount of money as Snooki; Sandra Lee and Andrew Cuomo avoid each other in public.
Blake vs. Serena. Two men enter, one man leaves.