Lie To Me
Lie to Me has tapped a new showrunner for Season 3, Zap2it reports.
Alexander Cary, who joined the procedural as a writer in 2009, will replace...
On this week's episode of The Bachelorette, Ali goes on her first two one-on-one dates and must send seven suitors packing.
Ali's first one-on-one date of the season is with Frank. She thinks he'll make for a lively and fun first date, but is also trying to figure out if there is any deeper connection there beyond their shared sense of humor. The date starts out in a vintage blue convertible, but trouble hits quickly. Just as the two are enjoying the views, the company and the vintage ride, the vintage part kicks in and the car rolls to a stop on the freeway. Instead of calling Triple AAA like a normal person, Ali is just (yes) too excited to start the date so she and Frank grab a cab and head to Hollywood. Ali, now known for her time on The Bachelor, is swarmed for photos and autographs and Frank deals with it graciously and is also able to interject his personality into the media attention of his famous date.
How does Larry David do it?
Curb Your Enthusiasm, David's semiautobiographical sitcom, brilliantly blends spontaneity, social commentary, and intricate plotlines that resolve with the precision of a typical Seinfeld episode. The comparison makes sense, since David co-created that show too.
"I think [Curb] has a spontaneity to it, because it's improvised, that's really refreshing," David says. "I think it deals with a lot of subjects that a lot of people think about but never express. There's an honesty to it."
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Since Curb Your Enthusiasm debuted on HBO as a one-hour special back in 1999, David has ...
Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld
Seinfeld, the iconic sitcom about nothing, and Curb Your Enthusiasm, the brilliant HBO series about the man who co-created Seinfeld, have always been closely linked. But if you think the similarities between the two shows begin and end with Larry David, think again. In anticipation of Curb's TV Guide Network debut, we look at just a few of the connections between the two shows...
We pick up right where we left off last week. It's April 29, 2010 at 8:42 p.m. Mark Benford sits in jail. There are 78 minutes left until 10:00 p.m.
Olivia and Charlie walk on the beach as fireworks go off in the distance by the Santa Monica pier. Nicole sits in her apartment and stares at Bryce's sketch of Keiko. She leaves. Keiko is in the airport with her mother, preparing to leave, even though she wants to stay. Bryce arrives at the detention facility to see Keiko and finds out she was released. He explains to the guard that he saw Keiko in his flash-forward, and begs her for information. The guard says that in her flash-forward, she had $100 in her pocket and couldn't figure out where it came from. Bryce reaches for his wallet.
Cheryl Hines has an awesome responsibility on Curb Your Enthusiasm: She not only has to bring to life her character, Cheryl David, but also to represent all the women in the world who say they, too, are married to a man like Larry David. (Or at least the cantankerous version of himself the Seinfeld co-creator plays on Curb.) "It's funny — people come up to me all the time and say, 'My husband's just like Larry' or...
It takes a special man to be Samantha Jones' love interest. But then again, it takes a special man to admit crying during the first Sex and the City movie.
"I was like, I've got to see what this is about. I need to know what I'm doing," Sex and the City 2 actor Max Ryan tells TVGuide.com. "I watched the movie and I was emotionally touched. I actually cried a bit. It's quite embarrassing but I did. I was happy, I was sad, and I was like, 'Whoa, this is really good.'"
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