This week, Ricky Gervais couldn't keep a straight face while playing "Word Sneak" withJimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, and hilarious husband-and-wife team Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally talked about their new show "Summer of 69 — No Apostrophe" on Late Night with Seth Meyers. Nine-year-old piano prodigy Adrian Romoff blew the judges away on America's Got Talent, and Netflix mashed up Orange Is the New Black with Arrested Development. Finally, a cat and a horse brought their amazing friendship to the Internet. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Adam Scott, Amy Poehler
Would Pawnee fall apart if Parks and Recreation's Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) actually took the Parks Department job in Chicago?
Five years ago, the Parks Department would've quickly fallen into chaos without the quirky and compassionate bureaucrat. But now that Leslie has imparted enough wisdom and can-do attitude to Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman) & Co. Pawnee would be just fine without her. But will Leslie actually take the new opportunity?
"One way or the other...
Wife No. 3 is about to have wedding No. 2 — if she doesn't get deported first! Tonight's episode of Trophy Wife, the first of a two-parter, finds Malin Akerman's Kate wanting a real wedding to her husband, Pete (Bradley Whitford), since their first was a no-frills quickie at the local courthouse. Akerman filled TV Guide Magazine in.
TV Guide Magazine: Why does your character so desperately need a traditional marriage ceremony? That's so not her.
Malin Ackerman, Bradley Whitford
Trophy Wife is planning a wedding — and you're invited!
In the first of a special two-part episode of the ABC sitcom (Tuesday, 9:30/8:30c), Kate (Malin Akerman) suddenly decides she wants a proper wedding even though she and Pete (Bradley Whitford) already eloped months earlier.
"Kate discovers Pete's old wedding videos of his marriages to Diane and...
Sean Hayes, Thomas Lennon
Apparently, Sean could not, in fact, save the world.
NBC has shut down production on Sean Saves the World several weeks before the show would have completed its freshman season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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The Sean Hayes-headlined comedy had...
Breaking Bad Ensemble
Breaking Bad, Modern Family and Dallas Buyers Club topped Saturday's 20th Screen Actors Guild Awards, each with two trophies, while American Hustle continued to build momentum toward the Oscars.
Check out the SAGs fashion hits and misses
Breaking Bad won its first (and last) drama ensemble award, becoming the first drama since Mad Men four years ago ...
Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally
Jack and Karen are getting back together!
The Will & Grace reunion everyone has really been waiting for (Sorry, Debra and Eric!) is finally happening on...
Lucy Lawless, Nick Offerman
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Thursday's season premiere of Parks and Recreation. Read at your own risk!]
Parks and Recreation kicked off its sixth season with a whirlwind...
Even though Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) could soon lose her job as a Pawnee City Councilwoman, she'll go gallivanting off to London in the Parks and Recreation premiere this fall — but for good reason!
Thanks to Chris Pratt — and his rock-hard abs — the NBC comedy will cross the pond to film their season premiere later this month, taking a bulk of the Parks Department with them. To find out why, TVGuide.com turned to executive producer Mike Schur, who dishes on all things Season 6, including its 100th episode, Leslie's new challenges, Ron's (Nick Offerman) baby and more!
Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc
This week, the Internet treated us to another montage of Aaron Sorkin's most frequently used lines of dialogue ahead of Sunday's Season 2 premiere of The Newsroom, and a separate supercut compiled all the references to coffee and pie in Twin Peaks. Bryan Cranston gave fans a chance to go to the Los Angeles premiere of Breaking Bad next month with him and the rest of the cast, while Zach Braff helped a fan propose to his girlfriend. CollegeHumor released its first movie, Coffee Town, and the three women who were held captive in Cleveland for more than a decade spoke out for the first time. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos: