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It’s been a legen – wait for it! – dary week for television, and we need a major episode recap. From the end of The Office to the first previews for Andy Samberg’s new FOX show, these past few days have been a pixelated blur – and we’ve loved every minute of it. And so in honor of all things television, we bring you, fellow remote-controllers, this week’s impromptu State of the Sitcom address. More»
The workday is finally over and we’re sitting down to watch TV, but to make things even more interesting, we've added in a cocktails worthy of our favorite characters themselves. Whether you’re watching reruns to satisfy your Liz Lemon withdrawals or you're catching up on the latest Game of Thrones adventure, these cocktails, inspired by the show's characters, will make a nice addition to your evening.
Don't think: "What Would Donald Draper Do?" Think "What would Donald Draper Drink." If you're not #draping during the 2 hour season 6 Mad Men premiere, than you must be drinking (because you can't chain smoke Lucky Strikes -- unless of course you have leftovers from the carton you bought in Europe). Remember that Don Draper and his co-workers love a stiff beverage at 10 AM, so there's no reason not to join them while you watch from your couch on Sunday. Here's what you're going to want drink. More>>
You grew up with TV dinners, but now it's time for some grown-up TV desserts. We thought that we'd mix things up, so we're bringing you drunken cupcakes inspired by some of our favorite cult comedy shows. From a Bluth-inspired banana daiquiri dessert to some pink champagne cupcakes that'll make you want to Party Down, these treats will keep you going through commercial breaks! More»
Ever wish that The Office's Jim Halpert were your local paper salesman? Or that you could spend a night bar-hopping with HIMYM's Barney Stinson? We can't help you make their acquaintance, but we can help you bring your favorite shows to real life - sort of. From Modern Family-inspired nail polish to Dunder Mifflin paper, here are some of your best bets for sitcom-inspired products! More»
We've been counting down the days until the new season of Mad Men begins. Season 6 is expected to have more than a few plot twists and chic outfit inspiration. What better excuse to watch the two-hour premiere with friends than a celebratory '60s-themed cocktail party? Start planning early, using this guide to help create an unforgettable beginning to the second to last season. More»
When you read an interview with, say, Tina Fey or Kristen Wiig, you know that you're in for a few laughs. And when you can watch a interview with a comedy star? Even better. But the very best form of comedy Q & A? Web series in which funny people interview each other. From Zach Galifianakis' Between Two Ferns to Joan Rivers' In Bed With Joan, check out this round-up of our favorite interview series in which comedians ask the questions... and other comedians answer them! More»
Well, folks, after seven seasons, 30 Rock is officially a sitcom of Thursday nights past. And although Liz Lemon will always occupy a special place in our Netflix queues, we're on the hunt for new shows to satisfy our comedy addiction. We figured that you might need comic relief too, so we've rounded up some series in development that we're super excited to watch! More»
Being right is the best. Especially when your friends are wrong and you can gloat about it, even if it just about televised awards shows for TV programs like the Emmys coming up on Sunday. We realize you may not have gotten around to watching all the different shows to get nods this year because you have life or something but we've put together this little cheat sheet to get you up to speed on the major categories and who is most likely to take home a trophy. So without further ado, we present to you our 64th Primetime Emmy Awards predictions, with both who will win and who we think should really win but probably won't. MORE>>
The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program has been given out since 2003 and The Amazing Race has been nominated every year. Only in 2010 did Top Chef manage to take the win-- every other year The Amazing Race has won. You might assume The Amazing Race has the Emmy in the bag this year, and you might be right. But the competition is high this year....let's check out the other reality-competition shows we love so much! More»
After a summer spent pondering Saturday Night Live's future without Kristen Wiig, the Lonely Island boys, or Abby Elliot (we'll really miss ya!), we're counting down the days until the sketch show starts up again. And what better way to kick off Season 38 than with three new featured players straight from Chicago's Second City, more than enough election season material , and, at least for the time being, Jason Sudeikis? Here's everything you need to know to get the most out of your SNL season premiere! More»
Wednesday, June 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.