"I'll be there for you … and others in our census bracket"
Peter Mehlman certainly has a flair for the English language. As a writer for beloved 1990s sitcom Seinfeld, he mainstreamed terms like shrinkage, sponge-worthy and "yada yada yada," the last of which has such a footing in pop culture vernacular that it's part of the Oxford English Dictionary. Heck. ... More >>
Updated at the bottom with comments from the site's co-founder, who tells us he'd sell the domain to Cosby for $10 million. First posted at 4:01 p.m. Remember in high school when there were the geeks? And then there were the jocks? But never the twain shall meet, unless one was getting his ass kick ... More >>
Emmy-winning animator Ryan Quincy has always dreamed of having his own show. During the decade and a half he spent working his way up to animation director for South Park, he spent his hiatuses creating a world entirely his own, inhabited by hairy but harmless creatures just trying to sort out the d ... More >>
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See also: *Top 5 Lessons for Adults From Friendship Is Magic *My Little Pony Project at Toy Art Gallery *Lauren Faust: Profile From Our People Issue *Lauren Faust on Childhood Toys and Pitching Animated Shows My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic is the animation phenomenon of this decade. A childre ... More >>
The dozen or so people gathered at Atwater Crossing on this Wednesday night are watching the first episode of Friends. You remember how it goes: After ditching her fiance, runaway bride Rachel starts a new life in Manhattan with the help of her friends -- uptight Monica, ditzy Phoebe, smarmy Chan ... More >>
What's nice about the Arrested Development-themed art exhibit at Gallery 1988 Melrose is that you only need to have watched the first two episodes of the series to get the exhibit's title, "There's Always Money In The Banana Stand." The highly acclaimed but short-lived sitcom about the dysfunctiona ... More >>
Mark Roberts has worn a lot of hats during his thirty years in the entertainment industry, and he's putting on a bunch of them this summer. The screenwriter, playwright, actor, comedian and creator/executive producer of the hit CBS sitcom Mike & Molly now has a new play, Where the Great Ones Run, w ... More >>
Sometimes on the red carpet, you overhear things. Such was the case on Monday night during the arrivals for PaleyFest's Two and Half Men event, for which the show's stars (sans the glaringly absent Ashton Kutcher, who participated only in the panel) along with its creators walked the red carpet, pra ... More >>
A. D'AlessandroThe cast of Husbands from left to right: Cheeks, Sean Hemeon and Alessandra Torresani "We're here for Jane!" beamed one young couple at Sunday's Nerdist Writers Panel, and by Jane they were referring to Jane Espenson, a female David Milch and goddess among fanboys, revered for ... More >>
Get More: Beavis and Butt-Head, MTV Shows It's official: The Beavis and Butt-Head re-boot now has a premiere date on MTV: Thursday, October 27th at 10PM. Exciting for fans, but will it be as edgy as it once was? When it debuted in 1993 Beavis and Butt-Head displayed a pathological lack of compass ... More >>
Tina Fey got nominated this year! (Or at least we assume -- we haven't checked yet) Guess what? HBO dominated the Emmys again. Another way the Emmys are predictable: the nominees' reactions. Or at least how they convey their reactions. We don't really know people's real reactions -- we know ... More >>
Shannon CottrellSteampunk at San Diego Comic-Con 2010More in "San Diego Comic-Con Announces Thursday July 21 Schedule: Bruce Campbell, Yoshiki, Stan Lee, Mike Judge and More." and "San Diego Comic-Con Announces Friday, July 22 Schedule: Doc Hammer, Jackson Publick, Chris Elliott, Wil Wheaton, ... More >>
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