'Give us five minutes and we'll change the world.'
"I'll be there for you … and others in our census bracket"
Gilmore Girls supporting actor is a star in her own right now
He's helped popularize plodding, misogynistic rap-rock and backwards red baseball caps. He's incited the shiftless youth in a Woodstock audience to riot. He's been an unashamedly creepy stalker of young, blond Hollywood pop starlets. He's been involved in film projects involving skateboarding cul ... More >>
A paradigm of cheerful Midwest repression
Yesterday the news leaped forth from the Internet that everyone's favorite (hopefully not only in retrospect) latchkey simpletons Beavis and Butthead are returning to MTV sometime later this year, part of a top-to-bottom restructuring of MTV's corporate posture. While the news wasn't entirel ... More >>
Actors go lowbrow for Shawn Levy film
Starbucks pays big buckolas for hourly mention on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" program.
The best of standup and improv comedy every week at The Beat Coffeehouse in Uptown. Your move, creep.
B.J. Novak, actor, writer, and producer of the NBC comedy "The Office" will perform live on the University of Minnesota campus Saturday. Open to the public for cheap!
It beats heavy lifting-- Richter has been hired as the Tonight Show announcer, which means that he and Conan O'Brien will once again share air.
Moore and 'The Man' won't stay home with 'Friends'
The laughter goes back in the can on NBC's 'Earl' and 'The Office'
Arnaud Desplechin has a full house with 'Kings and Queen'
While Rachel and Ross grow up, 'Hidden Hills' storms neverland
'Hollywood Shuffle' in shades of brown; Sanity's loss is theater's gain
Leap of Faith and Watching Ellie offer sex in the city sans smut
'Undeclared' Scripts Comic Essays on Graduating Into Adulthood
Assuring Theatrical Quality Through a Well-Armed Director
Whose Line Is It Anyway? turns cultural cliché into genuine comedy
Arena Theatre storms through Albee; Cockpit and Rhombus theaters stumble through Shepard
Fawlty Towers comes to the states, but loses its class in translation
Oscar Wilde on Broadway, Lesbian Opera at Lincoln Center, Sparky the Gay Dog on TV. Be Careful What You Wish For.
A makeshift "project" by Frank Theatre tries to catch the wry in Chekhov's short stories; a Mixed Blood comedy shows the stereotype in the TV sitcom--and the damage done.
Watching nothing happen with the beautiful losers of Friends.