Fox's new romantic comedy Running Wilde is a story of opposites attract. Star Keri Russell, who plays activist-humanitarian Emmy, sets it up: They're childhood sweethearts who reunite later in life. "He's continued to be rich and act like a teenager, and I've gone on to start all these foundations..." Will Arnett, who plays her would-be love Steve, says his character's life is, in fact, "meaningless in a lot of ways."
You'll have to watch the show to figure out what the attraction is.
Awww. Poor Lina. Poor Richie. Oh man, poor Ethan and his eyes.Richie just can't seem to win here. Isn't it bad enough Fern makes him miserable at home and now she ruins his love life, too? And she didn't even know she was doing it. Now that he's essentially homeless you can't help but feel sorry for him. He did lie to Lina, but the magnesium and water speech was sweet, and he definitely does need her. But you certainly can't blame Lina for dumping his ass, either. What a sad turn for this story line in an otherwise hilarious episode. I guess now we'll get to see the 110 embarrassing things he does to win her back, though. Duncan's mom showed back up finally and blew the cover off his relationship with Nicole. I'm sorry, but why would you put yourself in a situation like that? His mom saw Nicole stay over that one night and now he brings her loud mouth to dinner with Nicole's husband. Smooth move. At least Yonk's too stupid to be angry. It can't be long though before Duncan makes a s...
For those of you who Valerie Cherish'd HBO's The Comeback, here something to make you say, "I wanna see that!" The single-season look at a onetime sitcom queen's bid for a return to fame arrives on DVD this week, complete with extras, including an update on the horrific role Val has since been offered and a look at her Dancing with the Stars stint. TVGuide.com spoke with cocreator Lisa Kudrow, Emmy-nominated for playing the hapless actress, about her ongoing Comeback, Valerie's A-list "Angel" of a fan, and Madonna stealing her hair.