A review of last night's "The Office" coming up just as soon as you tell me who Justice Beaver is...
Dave Koechner returns as Michael's obnoxious BFF
Annie and Jeff run for office, and a Secret Service agent is intrigued by Abed
Everybody hangs out in a fun, light capper to season 3.1
If you insult your bosses long enough, they'll respond
With his public comments the last few weeks, "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen has essentially been daring CBS and Warner Bros. to put him out of work.
Thursday night - after his latest, strangest radio rant - his bosses called his bluff, shutting down production for the rest of this season.
And after the events of the last few hours, it's hard to imagine how the show could come back next year with Sheen as its star.
Dewey Crowe impersonates a good guy, while everyone thinks Boyd is doing the same
Lots of people leave - and yell - in a terrific episode
Lights takes on the dirtiest fighter in the boxing world
An unpromising follow-up to the pilot
Boy, not a very good second episode for "Mad Love," was it? Still no laughs from Biggs or Chalke - or, for that matter, from Labine and Greer, whose chemistry is less of the "thin line between love and hate" variety than the "their interactions are unpleasant" variety. And while I'm always glad to see Martin Starr getting a paycheck, "Hawaii Five-0" actually made better use of him than this episode did. Sigh...
On yesterday's podcast, Dan and I were asked about the notion of whether we'd rather see a show with good actors and weak writing or a well-written show that's poorly cast. And I said that while I think writing is the more important part of the equation, writing can sometimes improve over time, whereas a bad actor almost always remains a bad actor (or a miscast actor). So I'll check back in at some point, but until/unless this show gets its act together, no point in covering it week-to-week.
What did everybody else think?
An episode dragged down by problematic Ted and Barney stories
Gibbons makes a power play or 12 in a great showcase for Delroy Lindo