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05/18/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

julianne hough 300x400 This Week’s Best Dressed Star: Julianne Hough. Wait, Where Was Kerry Washington?Michael N. Todaro/WireImage

StyleWatchers, we’re surprised at you.

After weeks of voting looks like this, this and this to the top of the Best Dressed list, you picked something that’s, well, a little snoozy.

We certainly won’t argue that Julianne Hough doesn’t look great. She looks darling

“Community” saw a ratings increase for the Season 4 premiere. Seriously.

Sometimes, the ratings surprise us. That makes sense, considering that virtually none of us (including me) understand exactly how these silly things work. But there are reasons why “Community” should have had its ratings rise for the premiere. Here are four such reasons.

It’s not that much of an increase.

Although any increase in audience numbers is a good thing, the jump… Continue reading 'Community' ratings rise for Season 4: Wait, what?

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02/07/2013 at 06:03 PM ET

elizabeth olsen 600x450 Celebs Can’t Wait ‘Til Sunday to Get Prabal Gurung for Target, EitherSplash News Online; Startraks; Wireimage

Normally when we’re envious of a celeb’s wardrobe, it’s because they’ve got a closet full of pricey pumps or the It Bag that we won’t be able to afford no matter how many pennies we pinch. But in the case

The wait is almost over, “Hunger Games” fans! In honor of the fact there are only 10 more days until the much-anticipated movie finally comes out in theaters, we’ve compiled a quick list of 10 moments, scenes, people, or things fans of the best-selling dystopian novel can’t wait to see on the big screen.

1. The Opening Shots“In film adaptations, I’m always so interested in the way they introduce the set… Continue reading 'Hunger Games' Scenes: 10 Moments Fans Can't Wait to See

Revenge: Eight Was Worth the Wait

Last night I was joined in watching Revenge by a friend who’d never seen the show before. As I explained the show’s various relationships and storylines, a couple things hit me: First, in its eight episodes, Revenge has set up a such an interconnected little web of relationships that any two characters entering a room at the same time implies intense drama, which is just good writing. Secondly, last night’s… Continue reading Revenge: Eight Was Worth the Wait