Plus: Sam Raimi! RZA! Leaf Men!
That's Ed O'Neill, plus four more!
And he's got an abstinence ring!
Nussbaum discovers in John Ortved's new 'The Simpsons: An Uncensored Unauthorized History' the identity of the guy who inspired Waylon Smithers.
Plus: Zeta-Jones! Spielberg! 'Bring It On: The Musical!'
While Ted gets nervous about his first day of school, Barney and Robin decline to define the relationship.
In a word, yes.
What do you do with a predictable superhero? Reboot!
Call us crazy, but we vastly prefer this to 'Alice'!
At last, some talented person from the Internet has turned the most shocking moment from Sunday's 'Mad Men' into an animated image.
We're quite sure this decision had very little to do with money and everything to do with artistic fulfillment.
Plus: More from Fall Out Boy and the CBS crime-procedural department.
The network just extended the episode run for 'Glee' to a full 22 episodes.
Fictional Jonathan Ames: an enigma wrapped in a mystery show.
Counting down the episode's three most outrageous moments. (We are not lacking for material.)
Couldn't they at least get him for the Tonys?
Whatever happened to stars with twenty-twenty vision?
Last night's Emmys were watched by 13.3 million people, 11 percent more than those who had tuned in to last year's lowest-rated-ever ceremony.
Party foul! One bold stroke rejiggers the entire season.
Captain Hammer: "Like the Ottoman Empire, the music industry, and Zima, [television is] here to stay."
"Just the dumbest, dumbest, ugliest, least-televiseable people you could give an award to."
"After playing the president on '24,' she is now considered the front-runner for the 2012 Republication nomination."
'Generation Kill' lost all three Emmys it was nominated for last night.
Was there any doubt that Neil Patrick Harris would be a great Emmys host? No. Even so, wasn't he great last night?
Kristin Chenoweth! Glenn Close! Jon Cryer! Wait, come back!