Did ‘Family Guy’ pull off its latest stunt to boost toy sales?

Did “Family Guy” pull off its latest stunt to boost toy sales?
Some fans are viewing last night’s episode with suspicion.

Katie Couric opens up about her Yahoo! venture
Couric says: “We are going to try things, we are going to see how they go, we are going to see what people are interested in, we can do everything from a town hall meeting to in-depth interviews to a breaking news story.” PLUS: Did Couric have nowhere else to go?

“Doctor Who” beats “The Hunger Games” — in per screen average
The theatrical showing of “The Day of the Doctor” averaged $13,607 to “Catching Fire’s” $12,300.

One tells the 18th century London story of the birth of modern surgery, the other sounds a lot like “Revolution.”

Spike initially yanked the episode taking place at Nashville’s Pit and Barrel after the shooting on Saturday morning, but it forgot to pull encore airings of the episode.

“The lifestyle that comes with being an actor in a successful TV show isn’t something I gravitate towards,” says 21-year-old Jack Gleeson.

The late-night pals got together for the Montclair Film Festival.

“The Cosby Show” alum will appear on the new drama series “The Red Road.”

The “Deadwood” alum calls the period drama badly written.

Season 5 of the CW series resembles “Buffy” Season 4.

“It’s a great episode. Super weird. Never been done before in television,” he says.

Watch Jonathan Groff in HBO’s gay dramedy.

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