I believe TMZ.com has been nominated for a Peabody for its regular "Who Would You Rather?" post, which asks which of two notables--like, from a recent one, Britney and Jamie Lynn Spears--readers would rather bone. (The feature is no doubt based on Reader's Digest's "Marry, Fuck, Kill.")Well, ripped ... More >>
More of upper crust Orange County's narcissistic side is about to get more airtime--or basic cable broadcast time--with the impending arrival of the E! Network's Bridalplasty. The reality show has a Newport Beach plastic surgeon guiding brides-to-be as they compete for nose jobs, tummy tucks and ... More >>
Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez tonight gives a video profile of a Camp Pendleton family soon to be separated by an overseas military deployment.
Fox's high school musical-twisted comedy Glee and segments on KCET/Channel 28's SoCal Connected on medical marijuana dispensaries and pot farm-busting law enforcement officers known as "cannabis cowboys" are among the latest winners of prestigious Peabody Awards honoring the best in electronic ... More >>
So now that Conan O'Brien has decided he will not do the Tonight Show if it means following Jay Leno, we're sort of, kind of, well, livid, that NBC is seriously jeopardizing our nightly dosage of Conan. After almost a week of speculation, it's clear that the network--which has history of not-s ... More >>
Washington Post TV columnist Tom Shales has the scoop on the new incarnation of one of Time magazine's top 100 shows ever, Mystery Science Theater 3000. For those unfamiliar with the Comedy Central program, which premiered -- this can't be right, can it? -- 20 years ago, creator Joel Hodgson's them ... More >>