Tom Arnold Finally Revealed What Happened After His Crazy Twitter Fight With Roseanne

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Tom Arnold revealed that shortly after his Twitter fight with Roseanne, his ex-wife came to him for script advice.


Did You Notice When These Popular TV Shows Changed Their Theme Songs?

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These popular shows made dramatic changes to their themes songs, for better or worse.


This Week In Netflix And Streaming: ‘Roseanne’, ‘Maze Runner’, and ‘Breastmilk’

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From turtles to ponies and back again, we've got you covered like a manhole.


Roseanne Barr And Her Television Kids Adorably Reunited On ‘The Talk’

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For Roseanne Barr's 62nd birthday, she was reunited with her television family (sans John Goodman) on 'The Talk.'


The Full Story Behind The Terribly Weird Final Season Of ‘Roseanne’

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Curious about why "Roseanne" turned into a weird mess in its ninth and final season? Here's the full explanation.


A Look Back At Hollywood’s Spectacular History Of Failed Celebrity Talk Show Hosts

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From Chevy Chase to Zach Galifianakis, some celebrities always belong on the opposite side of the desk from the actual talk show talents.

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Roseanne Barr Claims That George Clooney Hung A Picture Of His Dick On The ‘Roseanne’ Set Refrigerator

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We've never wanted to believe anything as much as we want to believe that George Clooney hung his dick on the 'Roseanne' refrigerator.


Check Out These 9 TV Show Crossovers You May Not Realize Even Happened

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We look at some TV show crossovers you may not remember happening—for better, or worse.


‘We Have To Go Back, Kate': 10 Of Television’s Most Memorable Narrative Right Turns

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When a series-long arc will breaks from its predicted path, sometimes the narrative right turns work, and sometimes they do not.

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Roseanne Barr And Tom Arnold’s Schizophrenic Twitter Fight Reminds Us Why They’re Divorced

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A lengthy Twitter fight between Tom Arnold and Roseanne Barr illustrates why they were such a dysfunctional couple.


The 20 Best Jokes From The Roast Of Roseanne

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A collection of the best jokes from the Comedy Central Roast of Roseanne, from Amy Schumer, Jane Lynch, Jeff Ross, and more.


Woody Harrelson crashes proms and deflowers virgins, according to awesome story

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After suffering the dishonor of being called one of the worst movies of the year by Quentin Tarantino, the folks behind Rampart thought they had the perfect promotional strategy to turn things around, a Reddit AMA ("ask me anything") with Rampart star Woody Harrelson.


10 Television Series that Outstayed their Welcome

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News out of the TCA this week is that "How I Met Your Mother" -- currently in its 7th season and contracted by CBS for eight -- may actually extend beyond 2013, despite earlier suggestions that the sitcom would wrap up next year and the identity of Ted's wife would be revealed.


The National Anthem Of Your Nightmares

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It's a pretty standard feature, the collection of the worst national anthem performances of all-time, and most sports and pop culture blogs usually start running them out around Super Bowl time, unless there's a surprise craptacular performance at an all-star game, NASCAR race, or drunken 4th of July party.


So Hey, What’s Becky From Roseanne Up To These Days

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You know those genderphobic Time Warner Cable commercials where Mike O'Malley switches off the football game, and his friends suddenly have emotional crises about having only "shells of dreams".


Ten TV Stars Who Left Hit Shows And Now Appear in Made-for-TV Movies

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I wouldn't be too worried for the career of Steve Carell after he leaves "The Office" tomorrow.


Leave Them Wanting More: How TV’s Greatest Shows Should Have Ended

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In 1983, more than 121 million viewers tuned in to watch the series finale of M*A*S*H, marking the largest American television audience in the history of the medium.



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Maria Shriver and the Center for American Progress conducted a study on the status of women, and some of the results find fault with the depiction of women in television today.

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