With only four episodes to go until the two-hour series finale of Lost, we want to know: In a fantasy world where you're in charge of ABC's head-trip drama, how would you write the end of the series?
Who would live? Who would die? Who would fall in love? Who would stay on the island? Who would leave? And where would they go? How would you explain the island? The post-815 alternate timeline? Try to answer these questions — and any others you might have — in your responses. Be as specific as possible.
"It's purgatory, they're all dead already" won't cut it.
We already know how insightful our readers are about Lost from the comments section of our episode recaps. This is your chance to shine.
Few TV relationships end in wedded bliss, and those who do make it down the aisle generally have their share of drama.
Just look at Mad Men's Don and Betty Draper or The Sopranos' Tony and Carmela. Or how about Grey's Anatomy Alex and Izzie or Rescue Me's Tommy and Janet?
There are also plenty of unmarried couples that always seem to find trouble. Gossip Girl's Chuck and Blair come to mind.
So, we want to know: Who are TV's most dysfunctional couples?
Share your picks and your reasons why in the comments after the jump! Then check back to see if your choices make our list!
Sandra Bullock won the Oscar for best actress, but should she also nab the award for best dressed? Take part in our poll and tell us what you think.
Did Cameron Diaz stand out in her gold Oscar de la Renta gown? Was Up in the Air's Anna Kendrick the most dazzling in her off-the-shoulder frock? Perhaps Meryl Streep scored the most style points in sleek and sophisticated white. Or was Queen Latifah's pink gown your favorite of the night?
NBC's brief, disastrous experiment with bringing Jay Leno to prime time ends tonight at 10/9c ...
Taylor Swift, Beyonce
Imagine Beyonce, the Black Eyed Peas, Lady Gaga, Kings of Leon and Taylor Swift in a sweet cage match at Los Angeles' Staples Center. That's kind of what the Record of the Year category is like at the Grammys this year.
The night is scheduled to feature performances by Eminem; Drake; Lady Gaga; Lil Wayne; Swift; Beyonce; the cast of American Idiot, who will perform with Green Day; Mary J. Blige; Maxwell; and a special, 3-D tribute to Michael Jackson.
Who are you rooting for? Who are you looking forward to seeing perform?
Mad Men, Glee
The big night is finally here: the 2010 Golden Globes! There are no clear front-runners in the major races, which promises plenty of surprises. In the best dramatic film category, James Cameron's eye-popping Avatar goes up against critical favorites The Hurt Locker and George Clooney's Up in the Air. In the comedy category, two Meryl Streep flicks — It's Complicated and Julie & Julia — go up against the geek romance (500) Days of Summer.
On the TV side, Mad Men is up for its third drama series victory against House and True Blood. New series Modern Family and Glee compete against past winners 30 Rock and The Office.
Let your voice be heard! Check out our complete Golden Globes coverage, including our predictions, and post your picks and weigh in on the night's proceedings in the comments section below. Plus: Tell us your favorite jokes of the night from host Ricky Gervais.