It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Of course the Paddy's crew would get gay marriage so twisted that even married gays (or Mac) would use liberal Biblicisms to get it banned.
And we'd have it no other way. Back for their sixth season last night, the barflies of Brotherly Love mixed the issue into their usual cocktail of wrong and raunchy, and ended up with yet another those artfully offensive episodes that had us choking on our alley almonds...
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.
Comedy Central is planning another Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Concert For Autism Education.
Jon Stewart will return to Fox News Channel's The O'Reilly Factor.
Though Stewart, who's scheduled to appear Wednesday, is a frequent critic of Bill O'Reilly's employer and it's fair to say the two hosts have differing political opinions, Stewart has
After 10 seasons on Dancing with the Stars, Cheryl Burke still experiences firsts. "This season is the first time, I have to say, that I know all the celebrities," she tells TVGuide.com. "I didn't have to Google anyone!" Burke has had to brush up on the majority of her partners — including former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, Chad Ochocinco, Emmitt Smith, Maurice Greene — save for Ian Ziering, Wayne Newton, and now, basketball star-turned-actor Rick Fox. "I knew who Rick Fox was. Aren't you proud of me?" Burke says. But the Dancing pro has bigger things to worry about this season than her partner's resume.
Just when you thought you've seen it all on TV, E! has ordered a new reality show that combines weddings and plastic surgery.
Bridalplasty will feature 12 brides-to-be competing in wedding-themed challenges to win the surgical procedure of her choice, the network announced Thursday.
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Elizabeth Reaser, Lili Taylor
Elizabeth Reaser and Lili Taylor are joining The Good Wife in recurring roles, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Executive producers Robert and Michelle King reveal that Reaser, 35, will play Tammy, a sports writer who will serve as a new love interest for Will (Josh Charles). Taylor, 43, will play Donna Seabrook, a possible romantic foil for Kalinda (Archie Panjabi)...