Did everyone enjoy Sunday night's barbeque at the Beverly Hilton? By which of course I mean Ricky Gervais slaughtering any number of sacred cows while torching some of Hollywood's most prodigious egos. As host of the otherwise innocuous Golden Globe Awards for the second (and possibly last) time, he didn't just bite the proverbial hand, he spit it back out and mocked it again for good measure.
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Glee continued to hit high notes at the Golden Globes, winning three trophies, including its second straight award for best comedy series, while The Social Network solidified its status as Oscar front-runner.
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The Fox hit is the first show to repeat in comedy series since Desperate Housewives won two years in a row in 2005 and 2006. Stars Chris Colfer and Jane Lynch also won the supporting awards.
In film, The Social Network topped the ...
A Led Zeppelin song once offered astute commentary (with ample screaming) on the woes of having a communication breakdown. It's always the same, as Chuck and Sarah will find out tonight. Fine-tuned communication crumbles between the spying love birds when they journey to a Latin American nation with Ellie and Awesome. While there, Chuck and Sarah work on improving their communication skills, and they reconnect with Premier Goya (Armand Assante, reprising his role). But danger always seems to follow Goya, and he must be rescued from peril yet again. Back home in Burbank, Morgan takes the deep plunge into a forbidden romance. Tia Texada and Mekenna Melvin guest star. — Dean Maurer
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