Let's hope that night two goes better!
Beet farm, false alarm, women have weak arms.
It wasn't supposed to go down like this.
Maybe now's a good time to see whether the McFlurry folks have any spare change lying around?
It depends on how willing he is to work on the cheap.
And they want you to know it!
If a product appears in a show, is it product placement?
"It gives me great pleasure to inform you that the references to McDonald's in last night's episode of '30 Rock' were in no way product placement."
In today's increasingly murky television landscape, it's hard to tell.
'Please do not be alarmed as all these elements are props.'
Plus: Banana Hands finally gets his own reality show.
Yesterday, Silverman met a few unsightly scribes who evidently don't know a good joke when they hear one.
It's just Ben Silverman being Ben Silverman.
Only question: Are the mouse-eating lizard people meant to be Nazis or Al Qaeda?
We bet David O. Russell is asking himself the very same question.
Plus: Woody Harrelson battles zombies!
Plus: Why is Jin missing from all of the Season Five Lost promos?
Plus: Don Cheadle can't get the Coen Brothers to return his calls, but NBC certainly will.
Plus: Guess who's getting their own variety show? Nope, not Rosie O'Donnell!
We take back all the mean things we ever said about him.
NBC gets creative in its positioning of late night's newest talk-show host.
This is worse than that time Bush pulled out of Kyoto.
Hint: It might be time to invest in a second Snuggie.
Fingers crossed she doesn't get down with any virtual dancing babies!
In her latest 'WaPo' column, Lisa de Moraes makes Nikki Finke look like Mother Teresa.