Drs. Dubrow and Nassif do excellent fix-ups. And don’t worry, the show won’t encourage needless plastic surgery.
Does “Drunk History” trivialize history? Or is it the MOST UNEXPECTEDLY EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM ON TV?
A real estate show about nudists seeking to buy property in a nudist housing development is far more educational than a real estate show in which everyone is clothed.
Justice Scalia, as I’m sure you now know, first a viewer must subscribe to basic cable. What do you get for your money? Let’s use “True Blood’s” final season to illustrate
How can you savor the complex flavors of one episode if you’ve already moved to the next one … and the next? Let’s move on to exciting new viewing techniques.
Oliver says he’s thrilled his swears are being heard. I’m not. There’s nothing brilliant about using the “F” word.
Let’s be honest: TV dating is all about deception. At least Phony Harry is in on the joke.
In its fourth season, the comedy is brilliant, unconventional and tinged with melancholy. I wonder if advertisers know what kind of show they’ve bought into.
It’s easy to forget that before Walters became an object of parody she was a barrier-breaking journalist who went where women had never gone.
Is the show misogynistic? Low-minded? Lewd? You bet!