Time for more fun with vampires! And witches! Not so much with werewolves, because they’re in Florida or something, but they’ll come back eventually, I’m sure. So, we begin with suggestive frolicking. Elena tells Stefan they should go to school at some point. That Elena, always so conscientious! Stefan thinks this is cute because after a couple hundred years you realize higher education is a big waste of time. Actually, some people realize that a lot sooner. But I digress.
The Martins are determined to revive Elijah, but the plan comes with a cost
Will Jennifer Lopez return to hug the remaining Semifinalists?
When we left Paula Abdul... errr... Jennifer Lopez, the emotionally unstable "American Idol" judge was bawling and questioning her ability to handle the remainder of the judging process.
Wednesday's episode ended with a big ol' "To Be Continued..." leaving as many as two viewers nationwide wondering if J-Lo would be able to return.
Click through for a full reveal of the rest of the Top 24 and to discover if J-Lo mustered up the guts to deliver both good and bad news...
Phillip remains eccentric, but Rob's tribe may have a bigger threat
One chef breaks an unwritten law by stealing a recipe
We are down to the final six and it seems our beloved chefs are getting a little freaked out. Take Tiffany, for instance. She’s wearing make-up in the hopes it will improve her performance. Oooookay. Either CoverGirl has come out with some magical eye shadow (and you’d think they’d be selling the crap out of it), or Tiffany’s putting too much faith in make-up.
Tyra Banks begins with a twist and stages 'Wipeout' with models
In the past, America’s Next Top Model has experimented with themes -- say, short girls, or high-fashion contenders. It may seem that Cycle 16 of America’s Next Top Model has no common thread. Not so. Wise observers have taken a long, lingering look at this cycle’s contenders and declared the theme to be Skanks; however, to be fair, the fault may lie with the powerful cake eyeliner lobby that has apparently bought and paid for the show’s stylists.
After a sojourn in Las Vegas, 'Idol' begins announcing its Top 24
It's nearly time for the American People to take over on "American Idol." But "nearly" means "not quite yet" and "not quite yet" means we still have four hours of "Idol" ahead of us this week.
Up first? A trip to Las Vegas, as Wednesday's (February 23) "American Idol" recap kicks off after the break...
A booze-fueled week spells trouble for New Directions as well as Will
Well, after last week’s “Glee” debacle, I wanted to drink as much as the characters did in this week’s installment, “Blame It on the Alcohol.” This episode sent me back to more tried and true reactions, which left half of me wanting to toast the episode and the other hand feverishly looking for booze to numb the pain. There are times in which I’ve not liked an episode of “Glee” because it was either dull or offensive. Tonight’s episode falls under another category of disappointment, but it’s the best of my personal three. “Alcohol” left me underwhelmed due to the show’s chronic inability to edit itself.
[Recap of Tuesday's (Feb. 22) "Glee" after the break...]
With an Express Pass and an U-Turn up for grabs, 11 favorites return
Will Carmelo Anthony still be a Nugget by the end of the night?
It's pouring rain in Los Angeles, but the NBA is hoping to heat up Staples Center with tonight's NBA All Star festivities. The NFL may be America's game, but at HifFix NBA talk dominates so we thought we'd give some love to the Dunk Contest, the 3-Pt shoot out, the Skills Challenge and, um, the Shoot Out (although we love those WNBA players). Plus, chances are Charles Barkley is gonna say something that will make Commissioner David Stern wince. Let's get started...
Sensing an impending rift between universes, Walter confronts an impossible choice
“Fringe” is all about an impending universal collapse, in which Over Here is locked in a war with Over There that neither truly understand. Problem is, “Fringe” is threatening to collapse under a different type of struggle: the struggle between the show’s sci-fi strains and its increasingly melodramatic ones. It’s not as if the show has been devoid of emotional elements: indeed, the core family at the heart of the show (The Bishops, Olivia, Astrid) have given it a special place in the post-“Lost” pantheon of genre shows. But there’s a difference between having a beating heart at the center of a fantastical story and explaining away intergalactic vortexes away through the power of THE HUMAN HEART, as evidenced tonight in “6B.” One makes me happy. The other makes me slightly queasy.