Curb: The Discussion host Susie Essman and panelists Randy Cohen, Patti Stanger, Hill Harper and Jon Hamm talk about breast implants, sparked by a scene in Curb Your Enthusiasm's first episode, "The Pant Tent", where after a woman in a theater accuses Larry David of staring at her breasts. Larry then defends his behavior, referring to her breast implants as "chemical balls." Watch the video and vote in our poll after the jump.
Jon Hamm, Ellie Kemper
Ellie Kemper, who plays The Office's quirky secretary Erin, says it was somewhat distracting to have Jon Hamm as her high school acting teacher.
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"In a room full of freshmen girls — he was definitely just as handsome back then, and having this grown, tall man teach you theater, it was like having a ...
Looks like Mad Men's Don Draper has found himself a new blonde.
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Susie Essman, Jon Hamm, Patti Stanger
Jerry Seinfeld, Golden Globe-winning Mad Men star Jon Hamm and Oscar-nominated actress Taraji P. Henson will be the first panelists on Curb: The Discussion, TV Guide Network's new discussion show about the ethical dilemmas of Curb Your Enthusiasm, the network announced.
The round-table discussions, which will immediately follow episodes of Curb when it debuts on Wednesday, June 2 (10/9c), are co-produced by Curb creator Larry David and hosted by comedienne and Curb regular Susie Essman. Curb will be edited for language and nudity, but not to fit a traditional half-hour format. Episodes of The Discussion will air ...
Bryan Batt, Mad Men
For Mad Men's Bryan Batt, looking back at the AMC drama's third season is bittersweet.
Mad Men: What's next for Sal?
Yes, Batt's character, closeted art director Salvatore Romano, received ample screen time and emotional story lines. It's just that the most gripping episode of his arc may have been his very last on the show.
In the episode, Sal refused the advances of the son of Sterling Cooper's largest client. In the fallout, he was fired, and his character did not appear in the remainder of the season. Batt says he hasn't been approached about returning for Season 4, which begins airing this summer.
"I don't know what's happening with my character," Batt tells TVGuide.com...
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Should House fans hold out any hope for more Huddy? — Maureen
MICKEY: Right now, the best I can promise you is that Dr. Crankypants will experience something of a thaw when it comes to Cuddy in next week's episode. There will still be scads of ice floes between them, but they'll look smaller, like in An Inconvenient Truth, except without all the dead polar bears and with Lucas.
I know it's a little early, but any scoop on what to expect from this year's NCIS finale? — Jackie
ADAM: It's never too early, Jackie! Especially not for executive producer Shane Brennan. "I'm a great believer in planning it out and knowing where we're going to land," he tells me. "The audience has already seen...
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You told us some of your Golden Globes picks, and now it's time for us to share ours. Behold: Our choices for this year's top races. Agree? Disagree? Sound off below!
The Golden Globes ceremony, hosted by Ricky Gervais, airs live Sunday, Jan. 17 at 8/7c on NBC.
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Oscar winner Kathy Bates, Jack Black and Mad Men's Jon Hamm will pop up in key guest spots this spring on NBC.
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With defending champ Gabriel Byrne (In Treatment) missing from the Golden Globe field of drama actor nominees, this year's prize is up for grabs.
Glee scores four Golden Globe nominations
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Before Mad Men's third season, fans wondered when, as in what year, series creator Matthew Weiner would resume the story.
There was reason for the anticipation: In the Season2 finale, Betty (January Jones) revealed to reformed womanizer Don (Jon Hamm) that she was pregnant, and viewers were curious how that would play out. But more significantly, everyone wondered whether or not Weiner would skip over the Nov. 22, 1963, assassination of President John F. Kennedy. After all, Weiner said more than a few times that he didn't think he had anything to add to the historical landmark.
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But Weiner changed his mind. "My attitude about the assassination changed as I got deeper and deeper into the period and after I wrote the first two seasons," he tells TVGuide.com "I thought it was a melodramatic trope the way it had been treated...