Let's make that a few bites.
Man alive (and not so alive), what a killer Vampire Diaries season opener! The pacing, the storytelling, the badass Katherine. It was like three episodes crammed into one breathless hour of neckbiting and heartbreaking twists that, quite honestly, left us thirsty for more.
Where to start? Hmm... love Stefan getting all tough with John in the hospital. And Bonnie giving Damon the what's what about her vendetta against vamps was deee-lish...
Dying for the third season of Fringe to begin on Sept. 23? Well the folks at Fox feel your pain and have hooked up TV Guide Magazine with a couple of exclusive cast photos to make the two-week wait a little easier. So, behold the Bishop boys...
Whoa. Is Ed Cotton on fire or what?!
Maybe it was the change in locale from the Beltway to Singapore, but the food guru from New York's Plein Sud was cooking with gas — and some out-there ingredients — last night during the first half of Top Chef: D.C.'s finale. Not only did he score immunity (while jet-lagged) by crushing the street-food Quickfire Challenge, Cotton also took his third elimination-round win and served up some humble pie to Angelo. Yes, Angelo Sosa, the man who bragged about his Asian culinary chops...
It's official: Warehouse 13 is packed to the rafters with cool. And not just a "Hey, neat effects!" We're talking actual across-the-board cool, from the Bones-caliber sparks between uber-loveable leads Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly, to the steampunky inventiveness of the show's concept (federal agents tracking down supernaturally powered historical relics), to the fact that it's an unrepentantly geeked-out genre show that manages to balance smart and silly, while also being pretty damn sexy...
The Real Housewives of New Jersey
Now that last night's Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion has pulled the shades down on another season of Garden State showdowns, it's time to look back on the truth nuggets they dropped during the epic two-part pow-wow. Hold on to yer' weaves, folks!
If there was ever a time for Futurama fans to go on a bender (get it?!), it was last night. Because after 11 years, two networks and a whole bunch of time off in between, the damn thing finally celebrated 100 episodes.
Ever since Matt Groening unleashed his follow-up to The Simpsons in 1999, the sci-fi snark-toon has had trouble finding its footing...
Jimmy Fallon with Yo Gabba Gabba
Just when we didn't think Jimmy Fallon couldn't get cooler after killing it as Sunday's Emmy host, the Late Night cut-up went and one-upped himself for his 300th episode.
First, he braved a sit-down with notoriously chilly "Vogue" editrix Anna Wintour and be-kilted fashion designer Marc Jacobs — while wearing a Jacobs suit, no less — that could have fallen flatter than a runway model's chest. After all, these two aren't your average talk-show guests. But then again, this isn't your average talk show, and the mix of Fallon's charmingly awkward style, anything-goes attitude and unexpected fashion savvy led to lively back-and-forth...
Alt, who goes there?!
The alternate universe is in for a major dose of Dunham when the real Olivia gets the upper hand on a very messed-up resident of the other side as she battles her way home in Fringe's season premiere. Considering the producers have told TV Guide Magazine that the other side has super-healing nanotechnology (and that actor Seth Gable would be back on the show), could Agent Dunham be facing down the previously incinerated Lincoln Lee? And more importantly, will she be able to get back to our universe before her doppelganger gets her paws on Peter? ...
Hair Battle Spectacular
What the follicle?
Have you heard of Hair Battle Spectacular? Well, count your blessings if you haven't because this showdown between extreme stylists is cheaper than a $2 weave and just as busted.
Seriously, it's not even good bad, you know? Taking the best parts of Shear Genius and tangling it up with low-end production values, lame challenges and trashy contestants, the whole thing ends with ...
Lions and tigers and scares... oh my! For tonight's episode (9/8c, Syfy), Ghost Hunters heads to the Philadelphia Zoo to see if there's something even wilder than critters residing in the 42-acre landmark. "This is our first chance to investigate a zoo," says TAPS' lead investigator Jason Hawes. "And to do it at the first zoo in America is great." Still, the site's history had Hawes' partner-in-paranormality Grant Wilson feeling a little cagey. "It's supposedly a Native American burial ground. William Penn's grandson had a house here, it's been a zoo forever...it could be totally different hauntings than we're used to."
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Investigator Britt Griffith powwows with Wilson and Hawes to map out the night's locations, which include a grassy knoll where spotting a ghostly Native American won't be their only problem...