Because the universe wants to punch your childhood right in the kidneys.
The only situation where I recommend playing hard to get.
The Daily Show host also demonstrates Batman's ineptitude against Superman. "He can fly."
It's all because of our complex lizard brains.
"We understand that the messages on certain T-shirts are offensive."
What is "What the fck were you thinking?"
Two new dramas premiering in the next week stand as Exhibit A and Exhibit B in the case against network television. Sure, there are exceptions to the rule (“The Good Wife,” and, um, potentially interesting shows like “Gotham” and “How...Show More Summary
These are, obviously, not safe for work.
Daniel Snyder may not listen to reason, but at least he'll listen to his pocketbook.
5 Shows After Dark
Gone Girl is a symphony. It’s presided over by a meticulous conductor in David Fincher, an eccentric inventor of moody, suspenseful masterpieces. Gone Girl is one of Fincher’s finest, as well as one of the year’s best films.Click To Continue Reading
Yvette Nicole Brown will still be available for guest appearances.
We've got 'Big' on our TVs, Tetris is the movie theater, and Debbie Gibson in our hearts.
I'm still not positive we all didn't just get pranked by Key & Peele.
Time to put the specter of No Good Deed behind us once and for all.
Hansal Mehta’s somber “Shahid” (2013) does the excellent job of steering us through familiar terrain with a story we have not seen, but need to. This Indian biopic chronicles the life of Shahid Azmi, the human rights attorney recently gunned down by militants. Show More Summary
"She will be loved, dammit, whether she wants it or not!"
'Selfie' premieres tonight, so why don't we look back at the post-'Doctor Who' careers of our favorite companions?
Also, Nathan Fillion is in 'Playboy,' Rosie and Whoopi almost pull out their earrings and battle, y'all.
The crew talks about a great week in TV, including SNL, Doctor Who and Boardwalk Empire.