Do Not Anger Kristin Chenoweth At Starbucks, or She Will Tweet About It

Kristin Chenoweth sure is a delight. Here she is on the Late Show talking about how she used Twitter to complain about a rude Starbucks barista.

Here's Glee's Amber Riley, beltin' out "Beautiful" and the National Anthem at the MLB All-Star Game last night.

In honor of The Hills' series finale (which was actually pretty awesome), check out its new spinoff, The SkinNY.


... The Old Spice guy, Isaiah Mustafa, is now taking your questions.

... The George Steinbrenner character on Seinfeld was one of its best, no?

... Slate's Jason Zinoman thinks that True Blood is starting to resemble The Wire—and he means that in the best way possible.

... Did you know that Captain Phil Harris' death on Deadliest Catch is actually the first one on reality TV?

... Glee creators Ryan Murphy, Ian Brennan, and Brad Falchuk have heard a lot of the rumors about next season—and they'd like to clear things up.

... I'm going to do everything I can to snag one of these awesome swag bags at Comic-Con.

... Tori Spelling set up a Twitter account for her son, Liam.

... Man, I am glad to see Peter Gallagher back on TV again. Here are a couple interviews (one and two) in which he discusses his new show, Covert Affairs.

... Is Pretty Little Liars actually the same show as Gossip Girl?

... This Livejournal user is quite upset over how World War II is portrayed on TV—and his hilarious rant explains why.

... I don't know about you, but Michael Ian Black is my favorite Australian.

... Who knew that the hosts of The Today Show could spit some game, especially when provoked by Brian Williams?

... Which season finales are still on your DVR?

... President Obama wrote a letter to Mad Men creator Matt Weiner to congratulate him on Season 3. If that's not dropping a hint for a screener, I don't know what is.

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