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'Impractical Jokers' Scorecard: 'Welcome To Miami' - Sun, Sand, And No Sanity

January 30th, 2015 10:04am EST
'Impractical Jokers' Scorecard: 'Welcome To Miami' - Sun, Sand,
The Impractical Jokers are back for their fourth season, and kicking things off with only their second episode on the road. This week, they're in sunny Miami, Florida, where there's sun, sand and plenty of opportunities for them to humiliate themselves. Which they do. In grand, grand, grand fashion.

Challenge #1: Keeping It Wheel
Stuck in a remote-controlled mobility scooter, it's a game to see who gives up and who can hang ten. Sal freely admits this is one of his dreams in life, at least until the other guys make him steal a custodian's trash can. Q then hands over his bottle so Sal look...
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'Archer' Recap And Review: 'Edie's Wedding' - Everyone's Horrible

January 30th, 2015 9:05am EST
'Archer' Recap And Review: 'Edie's Wedding' - Everyone's Horribl
Frasier had Maris. Home Improvement had Wilson. Archer has Edie Poovey: that character you don't see who becomes infamous in their non-appearance. In "Edie's Wedding," we finally meet Edie - and like her sister Pam, we immediately wish that we hadn't.

If you couldn't guess from the title of the episode, Edie (voiced by Emmy Award nominee and FX network alum Allison Tolman, who it should be said is far nicer than her character) is getting married, and that leaves Pam desperate for a date to accompany her to the ceremony, sobbing hysterically in the break room. Archer originally just wants h...
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'Archer' Season 6: Judy Greer Talks Cheryl After Cherlene

January 29th, 2015 12:01pm EST
'Archer' Season 6: Judy Greer Talks Cheryl After Cherlene
Season six of Archer means that Cheryl/Carol is back to being just your regular, garden variety...horribly inept, mentally disturbed executive assistant. She may have left her country music career behind, but she's still just as crazy.

We chatted earlier this week with Judy Greer, who lends her voice to Cheryl or whatever her name is this week, to get her point of view on this season's shenanigans and what has made Archer so popular that people ask her to scream "You're not my supervisor!" into their cell phones.

"There was one major thing that happened this season that blew me away," she...
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'Supernatural' Recap: The Darkside Beckons

January 28th, 2015 11:45am EST
Supernatural - There's No Place Like Home
If you watched the previews for this week’s “Supernatural” and expected a whimsical thrill-ride, you were painfully, tragically misled. “There’s No Place Like Home” welcomed back adventurer Charlie Bradbury (Felicia Day), played with thematic themes of inner darkness, and saw Dean take another horrific backslide, thanks to The Mark.

Grab your favorite biggest, scariest knife, and let’s dive in, shall we?

Mark Check, 1-2-1-2 | Dean has reached a level of desperation that is downright terrifying. It’s causing him to voluntarily take actions so drastic and insane that he didn’t dare, eve...
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'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' Recap: 'American Horror Story,' Sunny-Style

January 28th, 2015 10:41am EST
'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' Recap: 'American Horror Stor
Psycho Pete's back, everybody! Psycho Pete! Psycho Pete! Psycho Pete!

Of course, Psycho Pete wasn't ever here in the first place. The fabled leader of Mac and Charlie's old childhood "Freight Train" gang was mentioned back in the season seven finale, "The High School Reunion, Part 2: The Gang's Revenge."

But back in season seven, Psycho Pete was in jail and then a mental institution. Something to do with cutting up his whole family and eating them.

Now he's here for real. And he's... not actually a psycho. Just a guy with social anxiety disorder and depression, who was bumped up to urban...
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'Sirens' Review: 'Superdick' And 'Johnny Nightingale'

January 28th, 2015 10:09am EST
'Sirens' Review: 'Superdick' And 'Johnny Nightingale'
USA has brought back Sirens for another season of medical slash relationship comedy, and the first two back-to-back episodes - "Superdick" and "Johnny Nightingale" - prove that not much has changed between seasons. It's still two parts often inappropriate laughs and one part occasional point about something, and while it may not win any awards, those looking for a breezy half hour on Tuesday nights can find it here.

"Superdick" finds the Chicago EMTs not too far from where we left them, with Johnny trying not to ruin his relationship with Theresa a second time following their almost-weddin...
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'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Recap: Jake's Heart is Crushed, And So Is Ours

January 26th, 2015 10:36am EST
'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Recap: Jake's Heart is Crushed, And So Is O
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" might be a comedy, and we might have laughed plenty at "The Defense Rests" (if you sat there stonefaced while Holt cackled at the genius of Wuntch's name autocorrecting to "butt," you may be a robot).

But it wasn't the funniest episode of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" history. And that's intentional- "The Defense Rests" is probably the closest thing this show will get to a Serious Emotions episode.

And those Serious Emotions come from Jake and Sophia, finally doing what was foretold when Eva Longoria only signed on for three episodes- breaking up.

At first, it's not a breakup...
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'Shameless' Review: The Best And Worst Of 'The Two Lisas'

January 26th, 2015 8:38am EST
'Shameless' Review: The Best And Worst Of 'The Two Lisas'
Shameless is always filled with incredible moments. It can take something wacky and turn it into a beautiful moment that defines characters and relationships in an honest way. But sometimes it can go so over the top that it hurts the characters irrevocably. The scene where Lip is finally kind to Mandy is sweet until you remember that she literally tried to murder Karen and destroyed her life forever. Any honest moment with Frank is destroyed by his various inhuman acts, including keeping a woman from a heart transplant. So many characters have had moments they can’t come back from and “The ...
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'Galavant' Star Vinnie Jones: 'I Wanted To Get Back To Comedy'

January 25th, 2015 12:10pm EST
'Galavant' Star Vinnie Jones: 'I Wanted To Get Back To Comedy'
Hollywood audiences know Vinnie Jones for being the tough guy in films like X-Men: The Last Stand and The Condemned. So it's been a pleasant surprise to see him hamming it up as royal henchman Gareth on ABC's Galavant. And the role isn't as far afield for him as you might think.

"I wanted to get back to comedy," he told us in an interview on Friday. "I love comedy, I just love it, and I wanted to get back to it. I think that's what I'm best at [and] that's what I enjoy more."

Vinnie actually became a household name on the lighter side of film, when he was cast in Guy Ritchie's Lock, Stock...
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Blake Shelton Calls Himself 'The Justin Bieber Of Country Music' [Watch]

January 25th, 2015 7:58am EST
Blake Shelton Calls Himself 'The Justin Bieber Of Country Music'
Blake Shelton took over hosting duties on "Saturday Night Live" and quickly set himself apart from the pack of other country superstar hosts such as Taylor Swift and Dolly Parton.

"The Voice" stated in his opening monologue.

"Yes I have been drinking. For those of you that don't know my work I am kinda like the Justin Bieber of country music. Just a trouble-making cutie," he said.

"I have to say that I do feel like a fish out of water here in New York City as everything is so fancy. The only comedy show I watched growing up was 'Hee Haw,'" Shelton explained.

Shelton then threw an improp...
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