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Will The Next Season Of “The Amazing Race” Be Full Of Airheads?


I’ve long considered “The Amazing Race” to be the poor man’s “Survivor,” though I obviously would not turn down a shot to appear on either show (CBS, call me!). But I may just have to open up a slot in my Sunday night TV schedule if these new casting rumors are to be believed. According to Reality Fan Forum and Survivor Sucks, Caitlin Upton, aka Miss Teen South Carolina (remind yourself of her awesomeness, above), may have been cast on the show to compete with her boyfriend, Brent. And because CBS clearly didn’t want there to be too many brain cells vying for the $1 million prize, Jordan — winner of the last season of “Big Brother” and one of my faves — and her hunky boyfriend Jeff (also a housemate on the show) might be competing as well. Between the three of them, this would be the most entertaining, while also the dimmest, season ever. Please. Make. It. True. [via Dlisted.com] Keep reading »

The New Blood Of “True Blood”

The skies are blue, HBO’s hit vampire show is true, and a few casting notices buzzing around the net have me cornier than springtime in December. I just can’t help myself. New characters on Alan Ball’s sexy, gruesome series, “True Blood,” probably mean new romantic interests for some of our favorite Bon Temps residents. While I personally love the idea of Lafayette finding a little romance, fans might be worried about new story lines pulling our attention away from our original heroes.

Worries be damned, I say. Here are the new faces you’ll be seeing on “True Blood” next season. Keep reading »

“Keeping Up With The Kardashians” Focuses On The Sexy Sisters

Keeping Up With The Kardashians” returns to E! on Dec. 13 at 10 pm EST for its fourth season, and the promo poster shows how the series has evolved. Apparently, the rest of the family isn’t hot enough to be pictured wearing lingerie. The very pregnant Kourtney wasn’t left out, so where’s Bruce Jenner in his silk bathrobe? Check out the promo video, in which Khloe and Lamar go house shopping, Kourtney’s mom says she doesn’t like her baby daddy, and Kim deals with having a stalker… Keep reading »

The Daily Ovulation: “Babies,” The Movie!


When I saw the trailer for the movie “Babies” — a documentary about four babies living in different parts of the world — before a screening of “Where The Wild Things Are,” my uterus literally started to cry from the overload of cuteness. But then I realized I had just gotten my period and I should probs make a run for the loo and put in a tampon. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

“Lost” Is So Close And Yet So Far Away


Woo hoo hoo! Only 63 days until the premiere of the final season of “Lost.” One of the highlights of seeing “New Moon,” for me, was the trailer for season 6 of “Lost,” but it didn’t actually give any new information. So I’m kind of feeling this Spanish teaser trailer a bit more, thanks to the trippy chess board and Radiohead song. And just think—it’ll be a whole new decade when this thing premieres. [EW] Keep reading »

WTF Is Up With Indoor Cycling And How Is It So Awesome?


I don’t know what kind of sick joke this is, but it’s a damn shame I have spent 30 years on this earth having no knowledge of the wonderful world of indoor cycling. Keep reading »

Remote Control: What You’ll Want To Watch The Week Of November 30th 2009

Chances are, you’re a little TV’d out after the vacation. But do not fear! There’s lots to keep your ADD attention this week. We’ve got the season premieres of some favorite shows, like “Intervention,” “Scrubs,” and “Shatner’s Raw Nerve.” And this week also brings the premiere of “Jersey Shore,” which looks akin to “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” meets “The Real World,” at da beach. After the jump, check out the previews. Keep reading »

“Twilight” Love Story Has All The Components Of An Abusive Relationship

One of the primary criticisms of Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series is that the incredibly idealized love story between Bella Swan and Edward Cullen is actually, well, kind of creepy and pathetic. But an eagle-eyed blogger has noted that their relationship — beloved by teenage girls and their sisters and mothers — fits the profile of an abusive one. Blogger kar3ning of Captain’s Log compared Bella and Edward’s relationship against the National Domestic Violence hotline’s 15 signs that you may be in an emotionally or physically abusive relationship and discovered that, lo and behold, the glittery vampire and his devoted girlfriend were a match across the board.

Does your partner … look at you or act in ways that scare you? Check! … make all the decisions? Check! … threaten to commit suicide? Check! Keep reading »

New Perez Hilton Book Out Tomorrow

And people say reading is good for you? Perez Hilton‘s second book of 2009, True Bloggywood Stories: The Glamorous Life of Beating, Cheating, and Overdosing, hits bookstore shelves tomorrow, and it’s being billed as the perfect holiday gift for any tabloid hound. His Gosspiness claims that the book is full of juicy, can’t-read-anywhere-else tidbits, but I’m skeptical since, uh, why would he save big scoops for the book rather than throwing them up on his blog along with doodly pictures? One of the claims Perez makes in the book: that Drew Barrymore isn’t so reformed. “She was f***ed-up. She’s always f***ed-up,” he writes. “She is not the sober kitten that the main public may think she is.” Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “The Private Lives of Pippa Lee,” “The Road,” “Me And Orson Welles”

You really don’t need an excuse to go to the movies this week, it’s Thanksgiving weekend, you’ve already eaten your weight in butter and after you’ve hit your credit card limits for this Black Friday business, you’re going to need to hide out in the theater if only to keep yourself from eating and spending whatever is left of your life. Thankfully, there are a slew of movies coming out in limited release and regular style this week, including “The Private Lives of Pippa Lee,” “Old Dogs,” “Ninja Assassin,” “The Road,” “Me and Orson Welles,” and “The Princess and the Frog.” So get to it. Keep reading »

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