Ha, as if.
"I thought you were in the media."
The royals spoke French for once. Wonders never cease.
High drama on the High Holidays.
One of our commenters picks your favorite pluses and minuses.
The Glass-Steagall Act: "I certainly can’t educate anybody on the specifics of it, but I know it’s about deregulation."
Nothing is worse than being omitted from Dan's book.
Looks like everyone has emotions after all.
He also says that 'Gossip Girl' is not his "driving passionate force in life."
Welcome back to the land where everything sparkles and everyone has nervous breakdowns.
"Hey, guys, 'Vanity Fair' doesn't publish fiction."
"X-O, we won't go"?
A plague befalls the Upper East Side.
On last night's season-five (FIVE) premiere, some things grew and changed and some things stayed the same.
The C-Dub needs a new hit, and 'Top Model' isn't getting any younger.
With a slideshow!
Penn Badgley does a leprechaun accent.
Have fun at college, Eric.
And the network is now open to comedies.
She'll play a media mogul.
We estimate how long until '30 Rock,' 'Grey's Anatomy,' 'Glee,' and nine more established series get yanked out of prime time.
"Well, I love Ed Westwick. I just love his outfits, if nothing else, so."
From 'House' to 'The Good Wife' to 'The Mentalist.'
On 'Gossip Girl,' everything grows, except the length of Serena's skirts.
Our penultimate comments roundup!