And so, the third season of Mad Men truly begins. We've waited patiently as each previous episode gave us mere glimpses of what we knew was ultimately to come: The Draper baby would rock the house in one way or another, the British invasion of Sterling Cooper was going to bring big changes to the office, and, sadly, we knew there would come a time when sassy Joan Holloway (I really hate calling her by her married name) would leave the agency for "greener pastures." All those paths crossed beautifully; plus, we also get a little resolution to Don and Roger's battle and one of show's most gruesome images ever. It's really a shame that this powerhouse episode went up against the Emmys.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
The weekend forecast was very good for Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs as the 3-D animated film easily topped the box office with $30.1 million.
The family comedy, based on the 1978 children's book by Judi and Ron Barrett, grossed nearly $20 million more than its closest competitor ...
Let's eavesdrop on what this year's newly minted Emmy winners had to say once they made it backstage:
"It's just so sweet that they remembered us. They remembered a show that got canceled that I've never been more proud to be on. I'd much rather be on that than something that lasts a long time that I don't care about. I'm a risk-taker. I mean, look at...
Padma Lakshmi, Mariska Hargitay
It was a steaming hot day outside the Nokia Theater for the 2009 Emmy Awards, but that didn't stop A-listers from coming out in droves to celebrate television's biggest night of the year.
Count down our top five fashion hits and misses from the red carpet and weigh in on your picks after the jump.
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Neil Patrick Harris
Sure, the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards didn't boast the fireworks of last week's Kanye-"enhanced" VMAs, but CBS' entertaining three-hour telecast ran smoothly, a credit to host (and producer) Neil Patrick Harris, whose competent hand and effortless improvisational timing made him the subject of more than one of this year's top moments.
7. Best Dance: We'll be honest: Usually musical segments either bore or horrify us. But Dancing with the Stars' Maks and Karina...
Dancing With The Stars, Tom DeLay
Age is just a number for 62-year-old Tom DeLay and he says he's not going to let the 41-year age difference between him and snowboarder Louie Vito, the season's youngest Dancing with the Stars cast member, be a disadvantage. "I'm going to work harder than the young guys," he tells TVGuide.com. "Hard work always wins." See what other moves and tactics the former House Majority leader, who's nursing a pre-stress fracture in his right foot, has in mind for his Monday-night debut.