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15. Best Verbal Volley: Looks like Jon Cryer's "lame side-kik" has had enough. After joking on Jimmy Kimmel Live that he's trying to "skew towards" Charlie Sheen's antics when he was fired from Two and a Half Men, a fed-up ...
It was Melissa McCarthy's third time hosting SNL, but the focus of the night wasn't on the comedian's welcome return. Saturday also markedSeth Meyers' last episode after more than a decade on the series.
While the episode featured some real duds (we're looking at you, "Art Exhibit"), Meyers' goodbye and McCarthy's delightful absurdity made it an episode worth watching. Check out the best sketches below.
Twenty-one Super Sundays ago, Andre Braugher kicked off his episodic-TV career as hard-charging Baltimore Det. Frank Pembleton on Homicide: Life on the Street. The role would earn him his first of seven Emmy nominations — he has won twice, for Homicide and the FX miniseries Thief — and lead to gigs playing doctors (Gideon's Crossing, House), military men (Last Resort) and even a car salesman (Men of a Certain Age).
Now he's come full circle, again embodying a police officer, albeit a very different one: Capt. Ray Holt, the deadpan commanding officer on...
Sunday's episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine is special not only because of its primo post-Super Bowl timeslot, but because it also marks the return of Fred Armisen.
The Saturday Night Live vet first appeared in the comedy's pilot, but little is known about his character, Melipnos. So what is Melipnos...
You know the face, you've seen him in a bunch of shows, and now Kyle Bornheimer is bringing his "oh yeah, that guy!" charm to Fox's Golden Globe winner Brooklyn Nine-Nine for a guest spot sure to wipe that smug look off of Peralta's face.
Slated for an early March appearance, Bornheimer — who was last seen in ABC's The Family Tools and plays a key role in A&E's upcoming Those Who Kill — will guest star in the season's 19th episode as Teddy, a cop from another precinct who used to date Santiago (Melissa Fumero). Needless to say, goofball Peralta (Andy Samberg) won't be too thrilled when the pair reconnects at a NYPD training exercise...especially when it becomes clear that the exes still have feelings for one another.