Go ahead, hum the music to yourself now. It’s in your head, like it always is on championship night.
She was the first woman to anchor the evening news, has interviewed everyone who matters and even had a colonoscopy on camera, but is Katie Couric’s most surprising move yet to come? (via Tuned In)
Why should Charlie Sheen be the only one profiting off his bizarre rants?
Network bigwigs may be willing to shove aside the controversy in favor of the all-important ratings game.
Looks like Charlie Sheen’s Twitter bio — “unemployed winner” — has become a reality.
In the words of CBS and Warner Bros., due to the “totality of Charlie Sheen’s statements, conduct and condition,” production has ceased on the top-rated sitcom Two and a Half Men.
It’s possible that what initially seemed like the next viral video was actually a real-time medical emergency.
In the least-surprising revelation since Brett Favre went back on his retirement promise (watch out for this year’s edition soon!), the chat show host who earned the sympathy of a nation has let forth his views on his peers. And, …
In what will surely become known as the Frost-Nixon de nos jours, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and 60 Minutes‘ Lesley Stahl are set to go one-on-one again this Sunday. Let’s hope they don’t unfriend each other once the dust settles.
Our terrible omen of Twitter-based TV shows has come to pass.
Georgetown is home to a lot of people who could be growing marijuana on the sly: lacrosse players, congressional aides and … respected radio journalists?
“Sheldon has entered into a relationship in the most literal sense of the word in that he’s relating on a regular basis to this other human being who happens to be female.”