This is a genuine question: has anyone in Hollywood ever not been rich? Because they sure do a crap job of depicting characters who are on a budget. More
Topic: Don’t Trust The B In Apartment 23
The lost episodes were available on Hulu and ABC.com for a while, and now you can stream them on Netflix to your heart’s content, but if you’re unable to watch it that way (in which case I’m sorry, because lacking Netflix is truly tragic), I might have some good news for you. More
Sometimes I just want to give the TV people a good talking to. It seems like all the funniest, most original, non-cliche shows get canceled just when I’m starting to like them. Either that, or the network moves them around the schedule until suddenly they’re airing at 3:46 AM on a Saturday and you have no idea until a week later when you can’t find it online or on demand or in repeats. More
Last night was the premiere of ABC’s Don’t Trust The B– In Apartment 23. We’ve already discusses our fascination with James Van Der Beek playing a meta version of himself. But the former Dawson’s Creek star isn’t the only one playing a tripped out version of himself on the show. Tate Ellington shows up on the first episode as the fiance of June (Dreama Walker), the nice Midwestern girl who ends up in the apartment of the titular “B.” In real life, Tate is actually getting married next month.