Last night was Parks and Recreation‘s season six finale. The show had really started to lose me this season, and I was prepared to write a post today detailing how much the quality’s gone down and why the show shouldn’t have been renewed for a seventh season. I’m still going to do that, but it turns out there’s another reason last night’s episode should have been its last. It would have worked flawlessly as a series finale. More
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Now that The Wonder Years is finally streaming on Netflix Instant, I am all smiles—well, some smiles, lots of tears. Because while the classic nostalgia-fest of a series is one of the greatest ever, it’s also one of the most poignant. Full disclosure: I have cried more at The Wonder Years than at any other TV show, ever. Kevin and Winnie and the lot are just really moving, especially for someone who grew up in the turbulent ‘60s. Which I didn’t, but I can imagine. More
Even those who hate Zooey Deschanel‘s cloyingly “adorkable” onscreen persona must admit she’s a decent songwriter. She and Him, her band with M Ward, has put out consistently solid retro tinged pop records, proving her the exception to the rule that actors shouldn’t dabble in musical vanity projects. Which was why I was sort of interested to hear the full version of the theme song she wrote for New Girl, currently streaming over at Vulture. Could it be that something redeemable had come out of that painfully un-funny excuse for a sitcom? More
Everyone deserves a second chance, right? That’s how a Park Avenue princess who became a thief, a cop who fell from grace and a street car racer with a mysterious past get together in this exciting and racy remake of the 1970s classic Charlie’s Angels, which premieres on ABC on Thursday, September 22 at 8/7c. Miami-based detectives Abby (Rachael Taylor), Kate (Annie Ilonzeh) and Eve (former Derek Jeter flame Minka Kelly) are no saints. They’re angels…Charlie’s Angels. And despite all the action, these ladies always look hot as hell. That’s why we’re offering one lucky fan of Crushable on Facebook a Charlie’s Angels-themed beauty gift bag, filled with nail, face and hair products from Sephora. That will certainly help you discover your inner Angel — right? Read on to find out how to enter to win. More
Summer camp: It’s one of the greatest universal experiences for our generation, what with the adventure of going away from home for a week or two and all of the different people we meet. So it’s no surprise that TV shows jumped on the bandwagon to put their characters into the great outdoors. The characters from One Tree Hill, Are You Afraid of the Dark, Family Guy, and more bond, run from bears, lose weight, and hook up. Yep, sounds like camp to us. More
We had so much fun (and controversy!) with last week’s “Hot Guys of Hard Sci-Fi and Fantasy” list that we decided to go in for round two. This time, the theme is “guys on TV you crushed on in middle school,” and our entries ranged from the obvious (Zack Morris and A.C. Slater no d’uh) to the bizarre (Ben Vareen on Zoobilee Zoo, which almost counts as a pre-furry obsession). Take a look, and if you really feel strongly about someone we didn’t include, tell us in the comments! More
Sarah Palin: well, at least she’s not a witch. She is however, an outdoorsy, folksy, down-to-earthy mommy who would rather do naturey things in Alaska with her family than hang out with all those boring politics people. She just needs time to clear her head, get away from it all, and have camera crews follow her around 24/7 for her new TLC reality show Sarah Palin’s Alaska before she makes the last minute decision that what she does indeed want is to run for president and sit in a stuffy political office all day. At least, that’s what we’re getting from this new trailer for her TV show. More
Someone had a conversation with perpetual emo boy Michael Cera in a coffee shop, and ended up getting a whole list of movies and TV shows recommended to him by the Scott Pilgrim star. And then, naturally, the list was … More
CollegeCandy has tallied up the results from their March Madness 90s, which is like regular March Madness except instead of basketball (it’s basketball, right? Or football? Whatever. Sports.) it’s 90s nostalgia. Beating out tough competition like beanie babies, My So-Called Life, and Zack Morris, the winner of March Madness was….Cory and Topenga from Boy Meets World? Wait, what? More
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Last night I watched the season premiere of My Boys on TBS. Now, before you go thinking that I do that sort of thing for fun – and by “that sort of thing” I mean immersing myself in the television … More
Last week, FX’s upcoming series Lights Out was filming for several days near Crushable HQ in New York. We spotted them filming scenes for the show, which focuses on the life of a former heavyweight boxing champ, in a boxing … More
Thank God we finally got a Mercedes and Kurt episode on Glee last night (seriously, how do those two not have a show on Bravo?) as the glee club, and all the show’s characters, searched for a home, figuratively and … More
Kathleen Wilhoite (Liz on Gilmore Girls) will be guest starring tonight on ABC’s hit show, Grey’s Anatomy, which has seen many Gilmore Girls stars in recent seasons. The episode tonight, entitled “Invasion”, continues with the residents of Seattle Grace and … More
The Good Wife 1.02 “Stripped” (aka “Crack”) Air Date: September 29, 2009 Discussion [Photos here] Last night the second episode of CBS‘ new series The Good Wife aired. The second episode involved Alicia (Julianna Margulies) taking on the case of … More