The Good, The Bad & The Ugly At The TV Upfronts

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All week, Kate has been cluing us in to the shows she’s psyched to check out as the networks present their Fall 2011 lineups. While we won’t be able to watch shows like “2 Broke Girls,” “Pan Am,” or “Are You There, Vodka?” until after the summer, we can busy ourselves by ogling what the gaggle of stars wore to the upfront presentations this week. Click on through for the good, the bad, the ugly, and a few “mehs” from this week’s boob tube festivities.

Behold, “Twin Peaks” Nail Art

Never in my life did I think the words “David Lynch” and “nail polish” would end up in the same post, but there you go: here we’ve got some “Twin Peaks” nail art. Whatever screwed up, Lynch-ian things you choose to do with these nails is your business. [Flavorwire] Keep reading »

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Virginia Sugar Daddy Paid For College, Gave Women Spankings

Henry Allen Fitzsimmons has some explaining to do. The 54-year-old restaurant owner reportedly paid college tuition and a $200 allowance per week to three young women who agreed to his “Spencer Scholarship Plan,” which required following a set of rules like telephoning him and not drinking alcohol. The crux of the plan? Fitzsimmons administered spankings to these women if they broke the rules. Keep reading »

All Up In The Upfronts: The Fall Shows We Are Pumped For, Part 4

Okay, fine, I’ll admit it. I’m a little mad at The CW for canceling “Hellcats,” the show starring Aly Michalka and Ashley Tisdale as competitive college cheerleaders that happened to be loosely based on my book, CHEER!. That said, I’m getting over it because they are bringing two of my favorites—Sarah Michelle Gellar and Rachel Bilson—back to the small screen after years off the air.

After the jump, check out the network’s new offerings that we will absolutely be DVRing. Keep reading »

Some Things You Might Do If You Won Princess Beatrice’s Royal Wedding Hat

Last week, Sarah Ferguson announced on “The Oprah Show” that her daughter Beatrice would be putting her crazy lady octopi fascinator up for sale on eBay, and that proceeds would benefit UNICEF. The auction doesn’t end until May 22, but bids are already up to more than $30,000. So what might one do if you won the famous fascinator? Well, you’re going to want to get a lot of use out of it, obvs. For $30,000, it better do my taxes and clean the litter box. I’ve come up with some creative uses for Beatrice’s hat after the jump. Keep reading »

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