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Nick Offerman And Jimmy Fallon Recreate 'Lady And The Tramp' With Kielbasa

Who needs spaghetti and meatballs when you have kielbasa? Nick Offerman plays a rotund character in the play "A Confederacy of Dunces," so on Monday he stopped by "The Tonight Show" to reveal his favorite foods to fatten up. These include...Show More Summary

'Jem And The Holograms' Yanked After 2 Disastrous Weeks In Theaters

Teen movie "Jem and the Holograms" was essentially declared dead on arrival when it pulled in a measly $1.37 million its opening weekend. Despite wide release, "Jem" only managed to average about $545 at each of the 2,413 screens showing...Show More Summary

Adele Won't Give Mel Gibson His Son Back ... In This Vine

Adele is riding pretty high right now. Her new single, "Hello," is destroying the charts and now, she apparently also has free reign to take children at will!... GIVE MEL GIBSON HIS SON BACK, ADELE! All right, so this isn't real, and Adele has kidnapped no children. Show More Summary

60 Times 'Friends' Spoke Right To Your Soul

Whether you're a longtime "Friends" fan or a newly converted one (Thanks, Netflix!), there are likely at least 10 moments per episode that make you go, Oh man, totally. And herein lies the genius of "Friends": Despite the 11 years that...Show More Summary

Oprah Defends The Kardashians After Rebel Wilson Says She Resents Their Lack Of Talent

It's no secret that some people in Hollywood resent the amount of success the Kardashians have achieved and perceive the reality TV family as having "no talent." Rebel Wilson was the latest in a long line of celebrities to take aim at...Show More Summary

'The Walking Dead' Might've Just Confirmed That Character's Death

It feels like "The Walking Dead" just ripped our guts out. (Warning! Spoilers!) Like we already guessed, Rick was the one yelling to open the gate in last Sunday's episode, "Here's Not Here." After he barely makes it back to Alexandria...Show More Summary

Sia Makes A Powerful Return To 'SNL' With Two Emotional Performances

Sia returned to "Saturday Night Live" this weekend to perform two singles from her upcoming album, "This Is Acting."  The Australian songstress took to the stage with her face covered by one of her signature blunt wigs topped off with a giant blue bow. Show More Summary

Quentin Tarantino Clarifies Police Brutality Comments On 'Real Time With Bill Maher'

After police unions across the country called for a boycott of Quentin Tarantino's films in response to comments he made about police brutality, the director appeared on "Real Time with Bill Maher" Friday night to clarify his position. "[The...Show More Summary

8 'Walking Dead' Secrets You Didn't Know, According To A Dead Man

"The Walking Dead" is full of mysteries. For instance, how do lawns remain so manicured in the apocalypse? Will Carl ever find more pudding? And is that one character actually dead? (But mostly, what's up with that pudding?) In life,...Show More Summary

Stephen Colbert Calls Out J.K. Rowling For 'Harry Potter' Reveals

Just call Stephen Colbert he who must not be silent. "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling keeps revealing secrets about the franchise that change its whole story, and the "Late Show" host thinks it's getting a bit riddikulus. For example, Colbert...Show More Summary

Natalie Dormer Hints At Margaery's Plans For Escape In Season 6

Natalie Dormer hit the the December 2015 cover of Women's Health magazine to promote her role as propaganda director Cressida in "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2." To "Game of Thrones" fans, though, Dormer will always be Margaery Tyrell first and foremost. Show More Summary

Natalie Dormer Hints At Margaery's Plans For Escape In Season 6

Natalie Dormer hit the the December 2015 cover of Women's Health magazine to promote her role as propaganda director Cressida in "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2." To "Game of Thrones" fans, though, Dormer will always be Margaery Tyrell first and foremost. Show More Summary

New Footage In Japan's 'Star Wars' Trailer Will Make You Freak Out

Japan is giving us new hope. We thought the last "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" trailer would be the final one before the movie comes out in December. Oh, how wrong we were. Japan has its own version of the trailer, and there is an entire galaxy of new footage. Show More Summary

What Happens When Modern Queer Men See 'Queer As Folk' For The First Time

Showtime's "Queer As Folk" was a very progressive show for its time, providing depictions of mainstream gay culture to the public in a way that had never been done before. When viewed through today's cultural lens, however, the series...Show More Summary

The Promising Progression of Children's Television

I find myself looking forward to children's television shows more than adult television shows, especially cartoons. I acknowledge that I can have the attention span of a squirrel, but there is something more to children's television shows than sunshine and rainbows lately -- there is humanity. Show More Summary

What Do We Call Bill Clinton If Hillary Wins? She Has Some Ideas

If Hillary Clinton is elected president in 2016, the nation won't just have its first female president. We'll also have our first male spouse of a president -- and the need for a title other than "first lady." Late night talk show host...Show More Summary

Steven Tyler Would Happily Share The Stage With Any Kardashian

Rebel Wilson may not be a fan of the Kardashians, but the famous family has a friend in Steven Tyler. While leaving a CMA Awards after-party on Wednesday night, TMZ asked the Aerosmith frontman if he would ever share the stage with a...Show More Summary

Miranda Lambert's CMAs Performance Of 'Bathroom Sink' Was On Fire

Miranda Lambert looked and sounded amazing as she took to the stage at the 2015 CMA Awards in Nashville on Wednesday. The 31-year-old belted out her song "Bathroom Sink," proving a little tabloid drama won't get her down.  Despite being...Show More Summary

Blake Shelton Performs 'Gonna' At The CMAs Following News He's Romancing Gwen Stefani

Blake Shelton might be making headlines thanks to his new romance with fellow "Voice" coach Gwen Stefani, but he took to the CMA Awards stage on Wednesday looking anything but frazzled.  The country singer belted out his song "Gonna,"...Show More Summary

Brad Paisley And Carrie Underwood Poke Fun At Blake Shelton And Miranda Lambert's Split At CMAs

We knew it was coming, but it was still awkward to watch Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert -- well, just Blake really -- get served some sass at the 2015 CMA Awards Wednesday night.  Hosts Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood took aim at the former couple's split during their opening monologue. Show More Summary

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