POSTED // Nov 15,2012 - The Rolling Stones always were, and still are, cooler than the Beatles. Sure, they’re incapable of knowing when to retire and haven’t produced a truly classic album since 1978’s Some Girls,
POSTED // Nov 1,2012 - Season Premiere: ABC is flush with smart, modern sitcoms, and yet somebody keeps green-lighting stale crap like Last Man Standing, which debuted last season to many a dumbfounded “Uh, why?”
POSTED // Oct 25,2012 - Halloween Special: Bryan Fuller’s fantastical Munsters makeover was meant to be a series, but NBC decided to move forward with surer fall-season winners like, oh, pick one (as long as it’s not Animal Practice—more on that later).
POSTED // Oct 11,2012 - Season Premiere: While it would be funny if It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia followed through on those gag promotional ads and actually replaced the cast with Haley Joel Osment, Andrew Dice Clay and the rest
POSTED // Oct 4,2012 - Season Premiere: When Liz (Tina Fey) and the TGS crew return from summer hiatus, they’re shocked by all of the terrible new fall TV programming Jack (Alec Baldwin) has dumped onto NBC.
POSTED // Sep 27,2012 - Season Premiere: Spoiler: Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) now knows her brother/ick-crush Dexter (Michael C. Hall) is a killer, having walked in on him plunging a knife into last season’s best-forgotten Baddie du Jour
POSTED // Sep 20,2012 - Series Debut: CBS practically screams that Partners creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick co-produced Will & Grace in the ’90s, but conspicuously omits that they also had a shaky hand in 2010’s craptabulous $#*! My Dad Says.
POSTED // Sep 13,2012 - Season Premiere: A new night following the inexplicably returning X Factor isn’t the only new development Gleeks will have to adjust to in Season 4: Rachel (Lea Michele) is off to Fame college in New York City,