What might the “D.E.N.N.I.S System” look like on network television? “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” fans are about to find out.
E! Online reports that “Sunny” star/creator Glenn Howerton (aka Dennis Reynolds) is set to guest star on Season 2 of FOX comedy “The Mindy Project.” Howerton will bring to life the recurring role of Cliff Gilbert, who’s described as “a handsome mild-mannered attorney” who… Continue reading 'The Mindy Project' Season 2: 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' star Glenn Howerton to guest star
Captionistas, thank you for bringing to my attention that Lori Loughlin was NOT the other lady in the other bathrobe. Sometimes the networks’ photo sites try to pull the terrycloth over our eyes! And no need to be shy about submitting your captions (I’m looking at you, Arch_Angel88!), there were some good entries in yesterday’s contest!
From Taccado:Shawn: You’re asking if we swim? Sure we do, let’s dive in!Clive: No, I… Continue reading Open Caption: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
What to watch on Thursday, December 1…
Welcome to December, the final month of 2011! Dang, doesn’t it seem like this year only just started? Anyway, before you start worrying about the ever-quickening passage of time and the fact that we’re all basically just hurdling toward death, just remember that the holiday season = cookies. So many cookies! Also, fun TV:
8pm, NBCCommunityNew roommate issues abound when Annie accidentally breaks one of… Continue reading What to Watch Tonight: Community, Burn Notice, and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
James Marsden and Lisa Linde with their son Jack
Who says getting divorced means you can’t be friends?
One day after news broke that James Marsden’s wife, Lisa Linde, had filed for divorce, the pair stepped out in Studio City, Calif., with their son Jack, 10, looking like the “great friends”… Continue reading James Marsden's Sunny Stroll with His Soon-to-Be-Ex
Two network series debuting this fall take place in 1963 and are clearly inspired, at least in part, by “Mad Men.” Viewers have already weighed in on “The Playboy Club” at NBC, and the verdict was not a very favorable one.
I’m hoping that’s not the case with “Pan Am,” which premieres on ABC Sunday (Sept. 25). It’s not only a much better show than “The… Continue reading 'Pan Am' review: ABC's sunny period pies flies high