Gee, I wonder if Demi Lovato may be on this episode. Something tells me Demi Lovato may be on this episode. Why do I keep obsessing over the fascinating fact that Demi Lovato may be on this episode? Could it be the eighty billion stories being lobbed at me by a merciless PR machine like a giant potato gun of high fashion propaganda?
It's time to wrap up another decent season of "Big Brother." I'm not sure that I'm rooting for any of the three finalists, but that doesn't mean that there haven't been a few fun moments along the way.
OK. Fine. I'll admit it: I'm rooting for Enzo. I'm not enthusiastically rooting for him, but if you figure that The Brigade was the season's dominant force -- and it'd be folly to say otherwise -- how can you not figure that makes The Meow-Meow the season's pivotal player? The problem? As we begin Wednesday's (Sept. 15) finale, Enzo's the only hamster with no chance of winning HoH. Uh-oh.
Full minute-by-minute recap of the festivities after the break...
After weeks of witchcraftin’ and werewolvin’, panther-shiftin’ and a revelation about fairy-human-hybrid breedin’, we have arrived at the finale of this season of "True Blood."
[Full recap of Sunday's (Sept. 12) "True Blood" finale...]
"The Vampire Diaries" is back with more intrigue, more Katherine, and the juicy ramifications of that Damon-Fauxlena kiss that left us panting in Season 1's shocker of a finale! See how "TVD" keeps its balls in the air and ties its story threads together in the most unexpected ways (while giving us steamy action, love triangles, murder galore, stabbings, and a hunky new maybe-werewolf) in its Season 2 opener.
[It's back! Full recap of Thursday (Sep. 9) night's "The Vampire Diaries" after the break...]
It’s time for another edition of the half-hour-too-long “Project Runway.” While I now find myself strangely drawn to Garnier products when I’m at Target, I have to say I haven’t found the newer, longer “PR” particularly rewarding. Except for the episode when Gwetchen lost her friggin’ mind. That, I could have watched the ten-hour director’s cut. I can only hope there are more Gwetchen meltdowns coming, or I’m going to start buying conditioner in cheap green bottles and it’s not going to be pretty.
8:00 p.m. ET Why am I doing a minute-by-minute recap for a Thursday "Big Brother" episode that isn't going to feature an elimination? Well, force of habit for one thing. Also, I know my blogging structure for "Survivor" and "American Idol" and "The Amazing Race," but other than minute-to-minute Thursday elimination recaps, I don't have a feel for "Big Brother" and with less than a week left in the season, why am I going to bother experimenting with formats? Exactly. Plus... Final Head of Household!
[Full recap after the break...]
Well would you look at that: Top Model just got classy. For the first time, a winner of Tyra Banks’s supermodel-choked superseries gets a spread in Italian Vogue. There will also be a contract with IMG, one of the top modeling agencies on Earth. What’s the Italian translation for “Gee, fancy!”?
It doesn’t end there. Big-name designers, photographers and editors are also on tap. I feel suddenly unworthy; I shall fight this feeling of Cycle 2-style inadequacy by seeking a distraction. Oh, hey, thanks, Tyra! Tyra’s going to tell me a story. She got discovered when she was in ninth grade while sitting on a bench at Immaculate Heart high school.
[Full recap of Thursday's "America's Next Top Model" premiere after the break...]
You know, I can’t decide if Lane’s decision to keep his buddy Hayden over Ragan was an inspiring act of loyalty or just insanely stupid. Oh, come on, it was just insanely stupid, who am I kidding? I’m still a little stunned that, when presented with the harsh reality of what keeping Hayden in the game would mean for him, Lane actually decided it was more important to stick with the backstabbing (b)rigade than make a power move. Did he temporarily lose his mind? I guess it doesn’t matter, but it will make the rest of the show somewhat agonizing to watch as the two biggest floaters, Enzo and Hayden, merrily skip into the winner’s circle with nary an obstacle to block them.
[Full recap of Sunday's (Sept. 6) "Big Brother" after the break...]