“The Hills” got a hugely-hyped series finale episode, complete with a trick ending. It’s cousin show, “The City,” however has gone out with a whimper. The season two finale showed Roxy Olin moving out and Whitney Port duking it out with Kelly Cutrone after going to hear what a competing PR firm had to say. And apparently, that’s how the series will end—it has not been picked up for a third season. Should we be shocked that Whitney is heading back to the left coast? Keep reading »
“I definitely think [Lily and Rufus] need to have more sex. I think it’s nice when we don’t just show the intimacy between the kids. And what I like, even now, is that Rufus and Lily are affectionate. Not enough to gross out the kids—nobody loves seeing their parents do that—but I think we represent a couple that loves one another and shows it.”
—Kelly Rutherford, aka Lily van der Woodsen of “Gossip Girl,” tells PopWrap what she’d like to see happen for Lily and Rufus this season. We hear you, girl. [NY Post] Keep reading »
“At first, I had a little crush on her. But then I was like, ‘No,’ because she plays my mom every day. So I said, ‘I’ll scrap that idea.’ My older friends—like the 15-year-olds—they go, ‘Yeah, your mom is—you know.’ I said, ‘No, I don’t know what you mean.’”
—Rico Rodriguez of “Modern Family” talks about defeating his crush on Sofia Vergara, who plays his mama on the show [People] Keep reading »
I have spent many an hour studying Jon Hamm’s raw, natural manliness. But is studying “Mad Men” in the ivy-colored halls of academia an equally frivolous pursuit? The University of California at Berkeley, a.k.a. a school with free-thinkin’ hippie roots, offers a two-credit class in which students analyze “Mad Men” like a work of literature. Keep reading »
There is a serious injustice happening on our televisions this week. Folks with DirecTV will start enjoying the final season of “Friday Night Lights” on Wednesday night, while those of us without will have to wait until … the freaking spring. Luckily, there is lots going on to temper this travesty—and most of it is going down live. First, catch Jerry Springer’s 20th anniversary special. Next, see Barack Obama on “The Daily Show.” And finally, witness the “Saturday Night Live” dream team—host Jon Hamm with musical guest Rihanna. Previews and more shows you need to see, after the jump.
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