It was only a fleeting appearance, but unlike when Conan O’Brien showed up on “HIMYM,” you didn’t need to freeze-frame to see Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino on last night’s funny episode of “Suburgatory”.
Want to know what’s going on behind doors in Washington? People are watching the Showtime TV series “Homeland” – and star Damian Lewis says it’s all Barack Obama’s fault.
First lady Michelle Obama cajoled Jay Leno into nibbling on apples, sweet potato fries and a pizza made with eggplant, green peppers and zucchini on the “Tonight Show,” breaking his long-held aversion for all-things-healthy in his diet.
If you’re looking around the interwebs today for suggestions on what to watch tonight, you’ll see many reviews recommending “Key & Peele,” which starts tonight at 10:30 pm Eastern on Comedy Central. And they’re right; it’s pretty funny. But it’s more than that, which is why you should watch.
Last night, the big news was about President Obama‘s third State of the Union address. And while the address had the usual content: why this country is great, what our problems are, what the president has accomplished, what his roadblocks were, etc., the big moment was the appearance of Gabrielle Giffords on the House floor. […]
After showing off her acting and dancing skills on kids TV show “iCarly” this week, Michelle Obama is headed for Jay Leno’s couch in her first appearance as U.S. first lady on a late-night talk show.
Time to steal the doughnuts! Apparently, that’s also the way to steal New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s heart.
Victoria Jackson has finally found a way to get the mainstream media to address her theory that Islam is the enemy of the United States and that Muslims have entered every part of our government.
The folks at “The Daily Show” have been on a creative roll lately. On Tuesday, we had Jon Stewart and company’s brilliant takedown of Lowe’s and the “All-American Muslim” controversy. Now we have their new segment, which is jokingly sponsored by the controversy-averse home improvement chain.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama says he’s a fan of two popular cable TV shows: HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire” and Showtime’s “Homeland.” First lady Michelle Obama and their daughters, 13-year-old Malia and 10-year-old Sasha, enjoy ABC’s “Modern Family.” The president and first lady talked about life in the White House in an interview with People Magazine. […]