With Valentine's Day just one short week away, stores are filling up with teetering displays of candy, cards, and silly gifts packaged in obnoxiously pink paper and studded with red velvet bows. Whether you're coupled up or not, the saccharine atmosphere can get a little bit overwhelming, and it sure can be tough to get a dinner reservation. We recommend hiding out in your own personal love nest with four great stories about romance--Simpsons style.
Episodes included are "Natural Born Kissers," in which Homer and Marge spice up their marriage with a little exhibitionism; "Large Marge," in which Marge is accidentally given breast implants; "Three Gays of the Condo," in which Homer unwittingly moves into a flamboyantly gay neighborhood when he feels unwanted at home; and "The Way We ...Read more
Reeser, who's 25, has been acting since she was seven and has made guest appearances on shows such as Grounded for Life, George Lopez, and MTV's Undressed, among others. Her most recent television gig was a recurring role on ABC's Complete Savages, a comedy about a single father, which was pulled from the air earlier this year.
Reeser comes to The O.C. as new-girl-in-school Taylor Townsend, who will lock horns with Summer for control of the Orange County teen social scene. The beloved series' sordid plot is sure to thicken in its third season, which begins on Thursday, September 8, at 8:00pm ET/PT, 7:00pm CT.Read more
LOS ANGELES--Mick Jagger is a rock star, and he plays one on TV. And it's funny.
The Rolling Stones lead singer is featured as "the mark" in this season's new ABC heist comedy, The Knights of Prosperity. The series stars Donal Logue (Grounded For Life, The Tao of Steve) as Eugene Gurkin, the leader of a bumbling group of criminals attempting to rob Mr. Jagger's New York apartment.
Logue's character gets the idea to rob the singer after seeing a fake behind-the-scenes documentary about the rock legend wherein, among other absurd luxuries, Jagger's young manservant pours him a bath of yogurt.
Prosperity producers Rob Burnett and Jon Beckerman, both Emmy winners for producing The Late Show with David Letterman, spoke Wednesday, along with the entire cast of the series, at the TV Critics ...Read more