Friday, June 30, 2006


46th Annual Monte Carlo Television Festival

Park City, Telluride, they can keep their festivals. It's Monte Carlo that's after my heart. The beautiful city just east of France is holding it's annual festival, honoring the best in international television, this week.

Well, when the setting is a gorgeous Mediterranean beach town known for its gambling, it's not hard to attract small-screen stars, such as James Pickens, Jr. from Grey's Anatomy. The actor looks like he's enjoying the week with his wife and daughter.

And let's not forget Jorge Garcia, seen here with his girlfriend and Prince Albert of Monaco. Jorge's show, Lost, was nominated for Best Television Drama.


The WB Will Wax Nostalgic

The WB will bid a fond farewell to the airwaves on September 17th, 2006, by reairing the pilots of several of its most popular series. Shows that made the cut include Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Felicity and Dawson's Creek.
In between shows, the WB will offer up a look at its history by airing past promos and campaigns. According to Variety, there will also be a tribute reel showcasing actors from all series in the channel's 11 years on air.
The night of programming starts at 5 p.m and ends at 10 p.m. Below is a list of the shows and airtimes:

5 p.m.Felicity
6 p.m.Angel
7 p.m.Buffy the Vampire Slayer
9 p.m.Dawson's Creek

Wednesday, June 28, 2006


Veronica Mars Comic-Con

For those of you lucky enough to be heading over to Comic-Con this July, be sure to lurk stop by the Veronica Mars panel for a Q&A session and autograph signings. Several cast members including Kristen Bell, Jason Dohring, Enrico Colantoni, Francis Capra, Ryan Hansen, and Michael Muhney, will be appearing at the insanely popular San Diego event on July 22nd. The Q&A session will also include the mastermind behind Veronica Mars: Rob Thomas. But one question: WHERE'S WALLACE?!?!?!


VM 'Blued' Me

Good grief, cue the Charlie Brown music. According to TV Guide's Ask Ausiello, it turns out Arrested Development's Michael Cera will not be at Hearst College this fall. The actor, who guest starred as a campus tour guide on an episode of Veronica Mars this past season, is working on a film project that conflicts with VM's shooting schedule. Rob Thomas told Ausiello, "We're hoping to get him in the show after his movie wraps, but the boy has many projects, so we're not banking on it." Taste the sadness, Michael...

Tuesday, June 27, 2006


Harry Potter: Book 7

No one is safe in the magical land of Harry Potter. So says J.K. Rowling, the author of the book series. In a recent interview on a British TV show, she warns that there would be two more deaths in the seventh and final book, including the possible demise of Harry himself. She says, ""A price has to be paid. We are dealing with pure evil here. They don't target extras do they? They go for the main characters. Well, I do."
Rowling has not finished writing the final book, but if you have a hankering for Harry, Warner Brothers has announced that the fifth film will be released July 12, 2007. Can't wait that long? Crack open the already released books or movies and have a Muggle Marathon.

Monday, June 26, 2006


Kyle XY

ABC Family's newest series, Kyle XY, premieres tonight at 8 p.m. The show revolves around the baffling discovery of a teenage boy who has no name, doesn't speak, and lacks the Pillsbury Doughboy's favorite body part. In addition, the boy has an extraordinary aptitude for learning new things, convincing everyone he's not of this Earth. Heh. The boy gets the name, Kyle, and a family when a social worker takes him home. But still the mysteries abound. Who is Kyle? He isn't a bird, a plane or Superman. Perhaps he is a robot? Nah, they wouldn't do that again...

Friday, June 23, 2006


In Memoriam: Aaron Spelling

TV producer Aaron Spelling, the mastermind behind such hits as Charlie's Angels and Beverly Hills, 90210, died Friday. He was 83. Spelling suffered a stroke on June 18th and had chosen to recover at home in Los Angeles.
Spelling's career spanned several decades, adding several popular series to his resume, including Love Boat, Dynasty, and Melrose Place, among countless others. The TV legend also set a record for producing more than 3000 TV shows. No doubt Spelling's work has and will continue to inspire many TV producers to come.


TV Stars on the Stage

Not all TV stars go on vacation during the summer hiatus. They just decide they've had enough of the LA smog and make the trek to that "other coast" to work in the theater. These tube stars are only in New York for a short time, so be sure to check out their work:

Sandra Oh plays Nina, an architect and new mother dealing with parenthood and an increasingly strained marriage, in Satellites. The play runs until July 2nd.

Where: Public Theater, 425 Lafayette St., New York
Ticket Info: $50/

Fellow Grey's Anatomy actor, Kate Burton, gets a starring role in The Water's Edge as a woman who's estranged husband suddenly reappears 17 years after the death of one of their daughters. (Interestingly enough, Meryl Streep's daughter, Mamie Gummer, plays their living daughter.)

Where: Second Stage Theatre, 307 W. 43rd St., New York

Eric McCormack (Will & Grace), Judy Reyes (Scrubs) and Maura Tierney (ER) are part of the ensemble cast of Some Girl(s), a play about a man traveling the country to visit four ex-girlfriends.

Where: Lucille Lortel Theater, 121 Christopher St., New York
Ticket Info: $65-70/

Thursday, June 22, 2006


What the White House was Missing...

Finally cartoon Bush gets it. America doesn't care about war, immigration and poll numbers as much as The O.C. and Grey's Anatomy. Check out Bush speaking to his TV-obsessed constituency:


Wanna Be A Red Carpet Reporter?

Think you've got what it takes to be a celebrity correspondent? E! Entertainment is running a contest to find a reporter for its red carpet coverage of the 58th Annual Primetime Emmys. One lucky winner will get to fly out to the Emmys (held on August 27th) and do at least one celebrity interview alongside Ryan Seacrest. In order to be considered, you need to send in a tape showing off your interviewing skills or take part in street auditions around Los Angeles. In honor of the contest, I've created a list of tips to help you make it to the Shrine Auditorium:

1. Don't mention Joan Rivers.
2. Don't make fun of Dakota Fanning.
3. Don't ask people if they're wearing underwear.
4. Don't light matches around Ryan Seacrest's hair.
5. SMILE!!!

Wednesday, June 21, 2006


Heidi Klum's Baby Boom

Season 3 of Project Runway might feature a slim, trim Heidi Klum, but the model has just announced that she and husband, Seal, are expecting their second child together. Klum also has a daughter from a previous relationship. Maybe this season's Fashion Week challenge will be creating a maternity line?


Project Runway: Season 3!

Finally, a reality show I plan on watching religiously this summer. Project Runway begins its third season on Bravo in less than a month! The show will bow on July 12th with a casting special hosted by Tim Gunn. The new cast is made up of 15 designers, most of whom are either from Cali or New York. Here's hoping one of these guys is as entertaining as Santino "Space Pants" Rice.

Monday, June 19, 2006


Casting Kudos

Looks like it's a William Fichtner 'Invasion'. The ubiquitous actor will join the cast of Prison Break this fall as a federal agent hunting for Michael Scofield and his partners in escape. The boys better watch out. Fichtner has experience playing a cop in Empire Falls!

Well, it looks like McVet is leaving Seattle Grace for Langley. Chris O'Donnell, who is currently signed on for two episodes of Grey's Anatomy next season, is making the move to the East Coast (on TV anyway). The actor has been cast as a lead in TNT's limited series, The Company. The new show, which will air in 6 one-hour episodes, will take place within the walls of the CIA during the Cold War.

Sunday, June 18, 2006


The Beav is Alive!!!

Veronica Mars fans rejoice. Beaver Cassidy Casablancas, is alive and kicking it with the people over at Neptune Pirate Radio. Or, well, the actor who played Beav, Kyle Gallner, is. You can listen to Kyle's interview (about 20 minutes long) on this week's NPR podcast. And be sure to check out the NPR team's podcast every week!

Friday, June 16, 2006


Medicated 'View'ers

Now, I don't really watch the View anymore, and I have even less of a reason to with Meredith gone, but there are days like today that make me wish I had it on in the background so I could look over when chaos reigns. Forget about messing with Texas. It turns out nobody can mess with Laura Bush when Elisabeth Hasselbeck is around. The Republican View co-host spoke her piece when comedian Sandra Bernhardt called the First Lady "heavily-medicated." Take a look for yourself here. Don't forget to take your Xanax before watching.


TV Dad Lists

In honor of Father's Day this weekend, TV dads are getting the spotlight. MSNBC counts down TV's Best Dads, with Daddy Mars earning the top spot! (It must have been my golden touch) Over at AOL, dads who steam up the small screen make the cut for a list of TV's Dreamiest Dads. As an Alias fan, I would have to say I'm pretty satisfied with both lists. But what do you think? Any glaring mistakes or omissions?

Thursday, June 15, 2006


Britney...from Chaotic to Idiotic

Train wrecks, car crashes, they've got nothing on Britney Spears. Matt Lauer's Dateline interview with her proves what many of us have known for a while: pop's first teen princess is a walking timebomb. Aside from her unkempt appearance which included clumpy eyelashes, a trashy outfit and a disgusting gum-chewing habit, Mrs. K-Fed offered up some fabulous nuggets on being a wife, a mother and yes, even a human being.
Britney promises she's not making Kevin live in the basement (well, doghouses are usually not in the basement, Matt) and they have a very happy marriage with no end in sight. (I would make the comment about getting eyeglasses, but it's too cheesy, even for me.)
She also gets baited into talking about her son like he's an object. Matt asks her to describe Sean Preston because he "loves hearing mothers talk about their children". (That's creepy Matt. Do you also love hearing rapists talk about their victims?) Britney gives very generic answers, which makes me wonder if her manny would be better suited to talk about the baby.
And finally Britney breaks down and says she's hurt by all the meanness, and she knows she makes mistakes cuz, get this: she's human. Uh-huh, Brit. John Merrick couldn't have said it better.


Pregnancy 'Development'

Former Arrested Development star Jason Bateman and his wife, Amanda Anka, are expecting their first child this October. It will be a girl. Bateman shared his happy news during an interview on a Los Angeles radio station last week. He just wrapped up filming on Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, and is currently training with the FBI for his new film, The Kingdom. However, he plans to take time off during filming to be with his wife for the birth. Bateman says he and his wife, who is nearly 6 months pregnant, haven't decided on a name yet. Might I suggest Maebe?


30 Seconds to Mars

Move over Jordan Catalano! I would be remiss if I didn't mention that Jared Leto's band, 30 Seconds to Mars, is getting some major buzz this summer. The band has just put out their second CD, A Beautiful Lie. Several of the songs are getting radio and TV airtime, including their single, The Kill. But with so many actors failing to cross over successfully into the music world (yeah, I'm talking about you Keanu and Russell!), Jared has had to put his musical chops on the line.
"Any time you have a precedent that's negative like that, you're gonna have an uphill battle," Jared told VH1. "I've never shied away from that."

Bravo Jared. I've been a fan since "Red".


Oh, the Things Networks Will Do..

It's no surprise that it's hard to get eyeballs on a TV show in the summer. So, networks resort to crazy marketing stunts to get journalists to promote their shows. And swag is a sure way to sway some reporters into talking about a show. Turns out TNT has joined in on the fun with a spooky pillow and some medical supplies in honor of two of its new shows. My friend over at asap's The Slug has the inside scoop.

Wednesday, June 14, 2006


Buh Bye Bova

If you're looking for some Italian eye candy, ABC's What About Brian will no longer do the trick. The show, which is getting a major rehaul before its second season, has a couple of casting changes. Raoul Bova, who played Rosanna Arquette's hubby on the show has been canned. Also added to the cast will be a happily married couple and a younger sister for Barry Watson.

In other ABC recasting news, looks like Sally Field could return to primetime to play Calista Flockhart's mom on the new show, Brothers and Sisters. According to TV Guide's Ausiello, Betty Buckley, who played the mom in the pilot, has been let go due to creative differences.

Tuesday, June 13, 2006


What the Stars are Watching...

Wondering what your favorite actors are watching on the boob tube? Variety got the inside scoop and I just had to share:

Wentworth Miller: "I don't get a chance to watch much. On DVD 'Oz', 'Reno 911' and 'Family Guy' are definitely in the top 10. I did manage to squeeze in an entire 'Surreal Life' marathon on VH-1 one weekend. I just couldn't turn it off. I felt dirty, but in a good way."

T.R. Knight: "I really like 'Prison Break'. The actors in that are really incredible. I know 'Six Feet Under' is off the air, but I just got a couple of the seasons on DVD and I got caught in a 'Six Feet Under' vortex.

Neil Patrick Harris: "'Project Runway', 'Top Chef' and 'The Amazing Race'

Rainn Wilson (Dwight on The Office): "I'm obsessed with 'Lost'. Love it. I love that I love the same shows that Dwight loves. 'Lost', 'Battlestar Galactica.'...I hate shows that have anything to do with clues and medicine."

Michael Emerson (aka Henry Gale on LOST): "I try to see as many 'Law & Order' episodes as possible because I know so many of the New York actors. It's a way to keep up with friends."


Vanilla Rappin'

VH1 has ordered yet another white rapper show to compliment its already outrageous Jamie Kennedy's Blowin' Up. According to Variety, the show will be called Egotrip Presents The White Rapper Show and will be produced by America's Next Top Model's showrunner, Ken Mok. The show will feature 12 wannabe white rappers who'll all live together in the South Bronx, and compete in musical and cultural challenges. Think Yo Mamma meets The Real World. Oh yeah, and then change the channel. Eek.

Monday, June 12, 2006


Tony Awards

Well, aside from Jersey Boys winning Best Musical and the History Boys winning Best Play, the real story last night was how many TV stars got their start on Broadway! To pay homage to the Great White Way, many of these stars made their way back to the bright lights for last night's Tony Awards. Kristin Bell took her sunglasses off for long enough to present the Best Revival award while Sara Ramirez and T.R. Knight gave away the Best Featured Actress in a Musical award. As you might remember, Ramirez won this award last year for her role as The Lady of the Lake in Spamalot. Plenty of our other favorite TV stars showed up to spice up Tony night, including Oprah, Paul Rudd, and last night's winner of Best Leading Actress in a Play, Cynthia Nixon (Miranda on Sex and the City).

Saturday, June 10, 2006


Zach Braff

Jonesin' for some JD? Well, Scrubs isn't new until next TV season, but you can get your Zach Braff fix right here. Braff's website went live today, and he's got lots of goodies for his fans. His website includes his welcome message, a first look at his new movie, The Last Kiss, and easter eggs! Check out the site, and let us know if all you amateur directors plan on entering Zach's 30-second film contest...

Thursday, June 08, 2006

When you're scrambling through couch cushions for the remote to switch the channel to MTV's The Hills, you know it's summer...and that you're getting desperate for quality television. Well, it's no secret. I am not a fan of The Hills. It is hardly quality, and to take it a step further, it is no one's reality. Last night's episode revolved around whether Heidi would get a job or stay in school. Now, there is no drama like a stupid rich girl making her way in the world. And if after a season of camera's following her, she can parlay her own spinoff series--oh wait, it's already been done.
Well then, I ask, if Heidi can get a job, why are there any other unemployed people in this world? I would venture a guess that the camera in front of Party Planner Brent's face hypnotized him into offering her his second assistant position. That, and her incredibly believable assertion that she would offer "as little as possible" drama. Hey, talk about a "dream job"!

Wednesday, June 07, 2006


NBC's First Looks is offering viewers a first look at several of their new fall series. Be sure to check out the video for Heroes, which stars Milo Ventimiglia (Gilmore Girls), Greg Grunberg (Felicity, Alias), Ali Larter and Hayden Panatierre as ordinary people who discover that they have super powers after a solar eclipse. Oh, and did I mention the cast also includes the best looking geneticist/cab driver (played by Sendhil Ramamurthy, left) I've ever seen in all my years in NYC? For this fact alone, he shall be henceforth known as McCabbie.

Tuesday, June 06, 2006


Veronica Mars Everwood connection

Before Kristin Bell was the anti-cheerleader Veronica Mars, she played the head pom-pom holder in an episode of Everwood. Check her out in action as a 17-year old girl with a botched boob job. Not exactly something to go rah-rah over, huh?

Kristin Bell on Everwood

Monday, June 05, 2006


Foreverwood Part 2

For Foreverwood Part 1, click here.

We begin the ep with Nina in Andy's kitchen. She tells him she's not going to LA and that she and Jake are over. Andy comforts her. I wonder if he has ulterior motives?
In Ephram's apartment, Stephanie walks out of his bedroom in his sweatshirt and kisses him before she leaves for her morning classes. Bright offers Ephram his congratulations on getting some, but Ephram tells him that Stephanie may have slept over, but she didn't "sleep over". He then proceeds to talk about Amy. Heh. Bright offers up his usual brilliant advice and tries to convince Ephram to stop mooning over Amy because she blew him off before.
In a parallel scene, Hannah offers Amy the opposite advice, convincing her to tell Ephram she's still in love with him. Amy asks how, and Hannah says, um, by telling him. Heh.
Meanwhile, Dr. Abbott is growing more and more attached to his doorstep baby, Lilly. Edna warns him that he could still lose her if the mother comes back. Reality, it's a bitch. Edna then drops another happy note: she's leaving Everwood. She tells Harold she's going to work as a nurse in Africa with her favorite child, Linda. Uh, bad news Edna, Linda is living on Wisteria Lane under the alias, Bree.
Harold calls Linda to ask her to keep his mama in Everwood, but she tells him she has no idea about Edna coming to stay with her. Edna a liar, who'd a thunk it?
In a new development, we learn that while Hannah wasn't offering up love advice to Amy, she studied. Enough to get into Notre Dame on full scholarship! She tells Bright the "good" news, and he doesn't take it too well when she says she probably won't come back to Everwood if she goes the way of the Fighting Irish.
Amy is oblivious to Hannah's college dilemma and decides to come clean about being in love with Ephram to...Stephanie. You heard me right, Stephanie. I guess, for Amy, it's a step in the right direction? Well, a hilariously self-confident Stephanie isn't worried about what Amy feels cuz she's secure in her relationship with Ephram. (Well, I guess that means she's a goner.) Instead, it's Amy who ends up feeling even more insecure. (Is she sure she isn't Jewish?)
While we ponder that, Dr. Brown drives Delia through some open land to give her a gift. Delia says, "Are you leaving me in the woods?" Heh. No Deels, me thinks you will be getting that pony your dad promised you in the pilot! We come up on Temple Ranch & Stables...yes, yes, Ms. Cleo and I are best friends. Delia gets a horse name Sugar. Yeah!!! Can I get a ride?
Amy sees Ephram & Stephanie at the movie theater and acts weird. Ephram jokes about Will Ferrell, Stephanie talks about Ephram's clothes and Amy acts weirder. I felt her awkwardness...and actually felt sorry for her.
Now we return to Andy. He briefs Dr. Abbott on some of his cases because he's leaving town to visit New York. But, Harold tells him he should stay and win over Nina. He says the one obstacle in his way, whom he refers to as Dr. Boobjob!, is out of the way. Heh. But it seems Andy has something more important to do.
And so does Hannah. She created pros and cons lists to decide what college to go to with Bright's help. But, I exaggerate when I say help.
Oh yeah, remember Andy? I do. We see him visiting Julia's grave to sort of ask her permission to marry Nina. He talks about how he's changed, and how he's sorry he couldn't be a good husband to Julia, but that he can be one to Nina. He says, "Thank you for loving me in your life, and even more in your death." Oh, god, SOB.
In between medical cases, Harold finds his mother and calls her out for lying to him. She gets angry at him for checking up on her. She tells him she didn't want a pity party but she's still upset over Irv's death. That's why she intends to leave Everwood.
Amy tells her mom that she missed her chance with Ephram and now there's Stephram. Heh. She tries to figure out how to tell Ephram she still loves him when he's done so much for her (remember Colin, anyone?)
Next we open on a meadow (is it me or are we seeing more of Utah in this episode than all four years combined?) where Hannah and Bright go for a scenic walk. He tells her that he loves her, but that she needs to go to Notre Dame. Oh, how honorable.They decide to be "best friends for life". Hannah cries cuz boy BFFs are lame.
OK, these CW commercials are killing me. So cruel...
Amy recalls all her moments with Ephram while I tear up mercilously. Oh, the moment they tell each other they love each other. When he gives her the circle necklace. The chat on the ferris wheel. So beautiful, so sad. Whoa. She breaks her reverie and ruins mine when she figures out what she has to do to get Ephram back.
Harold and Rose invite Edna to their house. They make her come upstairs and show her the room they've created for her. They ask her to stay and in classic Edna style, she says she could do worse. Yeah, Edna, I'd say you could. Have you see the columns on the Abbott house?
In Andy world, he prepares to ask Nina to marry him. He's nervous but he gives Ephram advice about being happy, regardless of who he's with. Damn, Treat Williams, you are good. I'm gonna miss these father-son-viewer moments. Well, after a short detour to the closet, Andy finds Nina and proposes to her where they first met and she says...yes.
Later in the day, Ephram leaves his apartment to meet Stephanie but when he gets outside, he's stopped in his tracks by a ferris wheel...well, the ferris wheel and Amy. She says to him, "Four years ago, you came to my little town and your changed my life." Oh darling, he changed all our lives. After two hours of Foreverwood, Amy finally professes her love, Ephram shuts her up with a kiss and tells her she's his "one". And all is right in Everwood again. Unfortunately for those of us in the real world, this moment marks the end of the best family drama on TV, so all is not right with us. Damn you, CW.


Foreverwood Part 1

Note to self: Breathe, breathe, breathe...I can make it through this recap. I can do it. I can do it.

OK, so Part 1 of this 2-hour series finale opens on Delia talking about her bat mitzvah in the kitchen with Andy, Ephram and Ephram's girlfriend, Stephanie. Delia is excited and invites Stephanie to the party since there are now three empty seats, courtesy of Nina, Jake and Sam leaving town. Ouch, sore subject there Deels. Andy leaves the house to fight with the trash cans outside. Ephram goes out to comfort him.
Now, we head over to Nina's kitchen, where she's just about finished packing up her boxes. Hannah comes down and marvels at the progress and informs Nina that she always thought her guardian had a thing for Andy. Heh. Nina acts surprised but then cops to her feelings and mentions that Andy bought a wedding ring for her, but doesn't plan to propose. Hannah, in a very un-Hannah-like moment, suggest they see what the ring actually looks like. The two break into the Brown's house and grab the ring, but not before they're almost caught. Hannah runs interference as Nina sneaks out of the house. But alas, Hannah's not the smartest tool in the shed, and ends up hanging on to ring instead of putting it back in its rightful place on Andy's dresser.
(OK, can I say how disgustingly cruel it is to see CW commercials during Everwood. How about kicking us while we're down, huh?)
In the meantime, Andy searches for the ring to no avail. Did you check in Hannah's bra, Andy? Cuz I think you'd be rewarded for your perverseness. Well, Hannah apparently thought putting the ring in her room was safer than keeping it on her body. Silly Hannah, don't you know Jake is around? Jakers finds it while searching through the house for unpacked stuff, and thinks Bright has proposed to Hannah. Oops. Well, Nina sets him straight and Jake goes over to Andy's to confront him. Good luck, Jakers. Andy's beard could take you! Andy stands up for himself and tells Jake that he never meant to give that ring to Nina. But, he cuts Jakey-boy to the core by saying, "I think Nina made a mistake and I think that I love her more than you ever will." Oh, snap.
Meanwhile, at the Abbott house, Bright finds a baby on the doorstep. It's mama is Dr. Abbott's patient who lost her husband, and is slowly losing her mind. Um, oo-kay. Could this baby be a replacement for the African baby the Abbott's couldn't adopt before?
Well, nothing like a little baby mama drama to get us in the mood for a Bat Mitzvah. Everyone heads out to the big event, and we see a montage scene of Delia's ceremony spliced with Nina leaving Everwood for the airport.
But, alas Nina's departure has been overhyped. Jakers grows some and tells her that if she has any doubts about their relationship, she can't come with him. Well, of course, Nina does, so Jake finally does what he should have done months ago (but why quibble) and let's her go. Hey, you know what I say: "If you love someone, let her go...and return to Andy Brown." It's a saying, look it up.
During the bat mitzvah, Amy sees Ephram with Stephanie and tries to deny her feelings of jealousy by turning to the bottle. So, now we've got a drunk Amy, on kosher wine no less (heh). Well, lightweight, err, sorry, Amy, flirts with Ephram and asks him to dance to the fun, upbeat song that's playing. But by the time they get to dance floor, it's a slow song. Wow, talk about timing! Ephram says, "Still wanna?" referring to the change in music. Oh Ephram, you cutie, you, of course she does. That's why she slipped the DJ a $20 before. J/K. They dance, and we root for a happy ending.
After the bat mitzvah, Amy and Hannah go for a vomit-free walk and Amy becomes Captain Obvious and says what we've known forever: she still loves Ephram. Andy returns home after the bat mitzvah and finds something not so obvious in his kitchen: Nina!!!!

Get ready for Foreverwood Part 2...


Everwood Series Finale Tonight!!!

Make a blogger gal happy and watch Everwood tonight for me, would ya? This brilliant, fabulous, amazing, fantastical, realistic (I'll stop now) family drama sure as heck deserved a reprieve from The CW, but alas, it was not meant to be. Instead, let's honor Everwood tonight by watching what will doubtless be a heart-wrenching but soul-satisfying 2-hour finale. Oh, the sadness.

Ooh, and be sure to come back tomorrow for my final Everwood recap. Good thing this is in cyberspace, or you'd see watermarks from my tears on the page...

Saturday, June 03, 2006


Let's Hug It Out...Entourage is Back

With Season 3 of Entourage just a heartbeat away (ok, more like 2 weeks, but still), Entertainment Weekly is offering some fabulous show goodies to make the wait tolerable. In addition to a cover story and great photos, there's an absolutely hilarious copy of Johnny Drama's resume. I sure hope his reel includes what was no doubt a tour-de-force performance as Uncle Jesse's Tough Guy Nephew on Full House!

And if you need your DVD player like Ari needs Lloyd, be sure to check out seasons 1 and 2...

Friday, June 02, 2006


Happy Birthday Wenty!

Whether you're preppy ...

or scruffy...

you're always dreamy. Happy Birthday!


Green for Grey's!

The cast of Grey's Anatomy isn't just basking in the glory of being ABC's newest hit. According to the Hollywood Reporter, each principal is also swimming in a $200,000 bonus from Touchstone Television for being a ratings success. The bonus looks to be part of the "pay now, save later" strategy Touchstone has utilized for other productions, including Desperate Housewives and Lost. However, it's likely that the Grey's cast, which is Thursday bound next season, will still attempt to get generous pay raises when it comes time to renogiate contracts. Maybe now, George can afford to pay for his haircut...

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