Jeers to Last Man Standing for wasting talented actresses in throwaway roles.
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Heather Locklear won't have to dig deep for her next role. She'll be playing a famous actress.
The former Melrose Place star has landed a lead role in CBS' sitcom pilot, The Assistants, according to Deadline. She'll play Ali, a big-name actress whose emotional problems and insecurities may have led to her success.
The New Adventures of Old Christine may be a comedy, but the season finale (airing tonight at 8:30 pm/ET) promises plenty of drama. Relationships may end, new ones might begin, and there'll be a kiss that could change the whole direction of the show.
Sound ambiguous? That's exactly the point — at least as star Julia Louis-Dreyfus sees it. After revealing a key plot detail, she steps back: "You'd better not [write] that, because it gives it away," she says, laughing. Instead, she offers this: "Something nasty happens."
The nastiness involves a sexual mishap that threatens her burgeoning relationship with her son's teacher, Mr. Harris (
Question: Love, love, loved the verbal ass kicking Emily gave Logan's mom on last Tuesday's Gilmore Girls. It just proves once again the brilliance behind that show.
Answer: I knew you guys were going to eat that up. And not to take anything away from Kelly Bishop's sublime delivery, but major props must go out to Dan Palladino for scripting the classic smack-down. In case you missed any of it, I'm posting the entire monologue here. Feel free to commit it to memory and then recite it to the raging bitch in your life:
EMILY: Ah, yes. Well, let me tell you this, Shira — we are just as good as you. You don't think Rory is good enough for your son? As if we don't know Logan's reputation? We do. But he is welcome in our home anytime, and you should extend