We hope all your new exercise regimens haven't prevented you from watching as much TV as we have! Cause that would just make us feel lazy... or superior. Either way, here's what we loved and hated on TV this week.
Jimmy Kimmel compiled local newscasts to recount this ridiculous story. Someone make a techno remix of this, please.
The funniest character on TV is arguably not on a sitcom at all: It's Maggie Smith's Violet Crawley.
Emily and Charlotte are half sisters! We'll drink to that! The pace of this show is phenomenal; it rewards its audience every week with new developments but never feels like its running out storylines.
"Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve!" That'll teach her to adopt a pet on Craigslist from someone whose email address is ARyan420@yahoo.com
While casting Charles Barkley as a woman seems like a too-easy premise for a sketch, this one, in which "Joanne" came out to her friends (and boyfriend) as a lesbian was so low-key and devoid of easy punchlines that it was truly surprising. Refreshing even. Take that, Work It.
Just when the Project Runway format seemed like it couldn't get staler, Lifetime unveiled this newer, spunkier sister show. Sure, it's a frillier concoction, but it's high energy and has a terrific host in Alexa Chung. So far, so good.
THIS is what CNN has become. Holy Christ in a handbasket.
Who is the worse monster, Abby or the moms who let her speak to their children? However, whether she's berating the kiddies or accusing their mothers of negligence, one thing is for certain: We can't keep our eyes off of the rotund tyrant.
What made your list of TV loves and hates this week?