Though he's legally prohibited from being funny on television — until he debuts on TBS in November anyway — Conan O'Brien brought laughs, jabs at his former employer and even a new character on the road with him as he kicked off his live comedy tour.
"This is the first time anyone has paid to see me. They've ...
The Hope for Haiti Now benefit album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard albums chart, with 171,000 copies sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
SoundScan noted that sales for the album, compiled by MTV Networks from performances at Friday's telethon, were particularly impressive since...
Saturday Night Live has revealed its lineup for the first three weeks of the new season. As previously reported, the late-nighter returns on Sept. 29 with 'baller host LeBron James and musical guest Kanye West. (Have I mentioned how much he rocked the TV Guide after-Emmys party? It was insanity.)On Oct. 6, Superbad auteur Seth Rogen oversees the show, with musical guest Spoon. (No relation to the Loving Spoonfuls, I imagine.) Then on the 13th, we get Jon Bon Jovi as host with the Foo Fighters delivering the tunes.
Veronica Mars"My boyfriend just fled the country with his dead ex-girlfriend's baby. I need a project." Don't worry, Veronica — I'm sure there'll be no shortage in your caseload as long as your friends and frenemies continue to be even bigger trouble-magnets than you are. On the friend front, Wallace's culpability in that hobo hit-and-run gets taken care of in record time — one fake limo ride and a few switcheroos (of the ex-girlfriend and cell-phone variety) later and our ever-respectable Mr. Fennel seems to be completely off the hook. It's not really that easy, is it? Methinks we might run into browbeating Uncle Rucker and basketball phenom Rashard again before the season's over. As for the frenemies, Logan and Weevil's ongoing Cagney & Lacey act ends about a