So did anyone else bleeping notice the amount of bleeping-bleep bleeping times the MTV folks didn't bleep out a presenter or winner's potty-mouth at the Movie Awards last night? It was bleeping ridiculous, especially since the cusses that slipped past the censors actually killed the humor the producers must have been going for. That harness gag between Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg would have been so much snappier if we weren't all so distracted ...
Hear that sound? That's the seconds ticking away until Tuesday's first-season finale of Glee, which is reportedly the show's biggest (read: priciest) episode. Honestly, if it's half the awesome that was the "Sectionals" mid-season finale, than it'll be so worth the money, honey. So check out this sneak-peek preview that hit the web this week and tell us what you think. Will the McKinley kids be able to crush Vocal Adrenaline? Or will their, um, journey to Regionals take a new direction?
Toddlers & Tiaras
Mamas, don't let your babies grow up to be pageant queens!
Toddlers & Tiaras returned last night for its third season and once again, we got a peek into a world where the wild things are spray-tanned, over-indulged and just plain awful. None more so than the little slice of Hell known as Makenzie. Four-years-old, finger-wavingly disrespectful and physically abusive toward her own deluded mother, this little monster made the Real Housewives look like Seventh-Day Adventists.
OK, single ladies, help me out: Do you really have "ex-swaps"?
Watching the premiere of MTV's new reality peep show, Downtown Girls, Tuesday, we saw the show's quintet of horrifically named gal pals (what exactly is a Shallon, Gurj and Klo anyway?!) gather their former mattress giants ...
Forget Shrek. The summer's really entertaining donkeys are the poor souls serving under Gordon Ramsay this season. For round 6 of the blue-plate Top Chef, Fox has assembled another posse of Risotto-challenged chuckleheads who are sure to fire up ...
Faerie Tale Theatre
OK, so now that we've got the holiday commercials running around the clock, I'm sure there are some of you going 'Holy non-denominational celebration! I still need to find the perfect present for [fill in the blank]!' Never fear, here are some more grand ideas to keep you on the right side of your gift-giving icon of choice's "naughty-or-nice" list.
See our suggestions after the jump.
While we all know that Charmed was about the bewitching Halliwell sisters and the Power of Three that kept them cooking for eight seasons, those of us who have been lucky to feast on the amazing Charmed —The Complete Series edition are fast realizing that Brian Krause's Leo was indeed the man of the mansion. So when the chance orbed in, ya'll know I was more than happy to chat with the original Whitelighter for a spell. Check it out after the jump.
Transformers and 300
So you have a list of people to buy for and no idea what to get them, right? Been there, suffered through that. And children, I can only offer you two options: piss off a bunch of friends over Thanksgiving so you don't have to get them anything, or head to the DVD section. Because nothing says "I put more thought into this than you deserve" than a movie starring some of their fave TV faces. And they're so easy to wrap!
The Cosby Show: 25th Anniversary Commemorative Edition
After eight seasons and countless years of reruns, there is now a generation of TV fans who grew up thinking, "Man, Clair Huxtable is the coolest mom ever!" And I am happy to report, following a chat with elegant Tony Phylicia Rashad winner about the recently released 25th Anniversary Commemorative Edition of The Cosby Show, that we were right: She is the coolest!
TVGuide.com: This is such a great show to re-watch.
Phylicia Rashad: Oh, yeah ...