Yup, it's about that time.
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Yup, it's about that time.
The network season officially ended last night.
Here is the complete list of things that will result in me doing a post about "Dancing With the Stars": Attractive female contestant falls out of dress Someone does the Turk Dance A cast member from a '90s television show aimed at children or teens is announced as a contestant Same as above but with DMX or Coolio or any member of the Wu-Tang Clan or Boyz II Men Female dancer attempts tricky dance move and her stiletto flies off and stabs an audience member in the throat That Bruno guy finally snaps while judging a performance and just, like, whips out his ding-a-ling or something Tom Bergeron gets fired and is replaced with an animatronic panda named Bamboo Someone poops and/or pees their pants A spaceship lands on the roof of the studio and the aliens come inside and start vaporizing audience members with a space laser NFL player wins the whole shebang and starts rolling around the stage like he's on fire So, here you go.
Justified (FX) - I could not possibly be more excited about the prospect of a Dickie Bennett/Boyd Crowder collaboration.
Late last week, Jaleel White — that sounds weird.
Justified (FX) - ALERT: In light of last week's events, the Boyd Crowder Hair Threat Level has been temporarily elevated from "Child Using a Balloon to Produce Static Electricity" to "Cartoon Electrocution.
The cast of the upcoming season of "Dancing with the Stars" was announced this morning, and it will include the standard crop of quasi-celebrities and aging icons, such as "Extra" host Maria Menounos, "The View" co-host Sherri Shepherd, Green Bay Packer wide receiver Donald Driver, former tennis champion Martina Navratilova, and singer Gladys Knight.
The cast for season 14 of ABC’s 'Dancing with the Stars' was unveiled this morning, and to answer the questions you may be having so far: 1.
Since defeating the New England Patriots to win Super Bowl XLVI last Sunday, the New York Giants have been celebrating like there’s no tomorrow.
Image via Wikipedia There's really not a lot of TV news this afternoon, so I'd like to take this opportunity to say rest in peace to Etta James.
NCIS (CBS) -- "How do you solve a murder when your father is the prime suspect.
Here's what I wrote before yesterday's "Dancing with the Stars" results show: Chaz Bono was once again in last place, with Nancy Grace clomping along near the bottom as well.
Not that this will help us un-vomit our collective breakfast, but Nancy Grace says that her wardrobe malfunction last night revealed only a pasty, and not the sliced ham hock of a nipple that we all feared.
Forget hurricanes and tornadoes and earthquakes: the surest sign that God is pissed at humanity is the brief nipple slip Nancy Grace suffered on "Dancing with the Stars" last night.