Plus: Stephen King's kid, and a '30 Rock' special guest.
Ben Silverman, Leno at 10pm and the death of 'Southland' notwithstanding.
Southland star goes OFF on NBC: "When you have a network that nobody's watching, it doesn't benefit you to only advertise on your network."
We're just going to go ahead and assume they got their hands on some of the same stuff that led Brad Pitt to collaborate with Quentin Tarantino.
Let's just hope NBC doesn't decide to cancel the show before we get a chance to see it!
"I wish NBC and Jay Leno well; personally, he's a very nice guy, but I hope he falls flat on his face and we get five dramas back."
Talks between NBC and Hunt fell apart, presumably over salary issues.
Kick your Docksiders up on the desk and fix yourself a boat drink, 'cause it's high time to get real smooth.
Lady Gaga dropped an S-bomb on last night's episode during a performance of "Paparazzi."
Eh, yeh got any gum?
"He made good movies, THIRTY YEARS AGO. Even Johnnie Cochran don't have the nerve to go, 'Well, did you see O.J. play against New England?'"
Plus: Like a cat, Diddy always lands on his feet.
But really, we think these stars' agents are the ones who should be doing the boycotting.
We excitedly await NBC's press release spinning this as wonderful news for them also.
If it isn't rough, it isn't fun.
Horrifyingly, that means over 3 million people have season passes set up for the show.
"The forensic evidence so far indicates that a kind of death is taking place before our eyes; the only question is whether what we're witnessing is an accident or a crime scene."
Bring back Silverman! Bring back Silverman!