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Girlfriends Guide to Divorce Season 4 Finale Recap: Perpetual Crazy Town

As always the girlfriends went out with the bang as season 4 of Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce wrapped. Between potential pregnancies, dealing with sick parents, and starting new businesses, the finale was a roller coaster ride. Emotions ran high as the ladies made some life changing decisions. Abby At work, Abby is learning to deal with a business partner who has different views than her. It’s not working out as well as she’d hoped so the two end up in couples therapy. Therapy is wonderful, of course you don’t want to call your business partner by your ex’s name in a

Girlfriends Guide to Divorce Season 4 Finale Recap: Perpetual Crazy Town
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Blake Shelton Surprises Fans at Local Bars in Nashville: 'I'm Still Thirsty!'

Blake Shelton Surprises Fans at Local Bars in Nashville: 'I'm Still Thirsty!'
Leave it to Blake Shelton to keep the party going!

Cma Fest officially kicked off in Nashville on Thursday, and after a full day and night of music, the country crooner wanted to kick back and relax with his fans.

Watch: Gwen Stefani Lights Up Los Angeles Show With Surprise Guests Blake Shelton and Son Kingston

The 40-year-old singer took to Twitter to announce he would be making a few surprise stops at local bars throughout the night, beginning at Whiskey Bent.

"Nashville what are y'all up to?" he wrote. "I'm heading to Whiskey Bent for a @SmithworksVodka drink... see y'all there?#MySmithworksFam #BSFest."

While at the saloon, he took the surprises even further by taking the stage to perform a few songs, like his 2013 hit, "Boys 'Round Here."

Related: Blake Shelton Turns 40! 7 Reasons This Will Be His Best Year Yet

"Seriously?! Could last night have gotten any better?" one fan wrote on Instagram. "Blake came down
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Better Call Saul Recap: Here's the Fring

Better Call Saul Recap: Here's the Fring
Need to catch up? Check out our previous Better Call Saul recap here.

Yes, Breaking Bad‘s Hall of Fame villain Gus Fring made his long-awaited Better Call Saul debut this week… and he wasn’t the only familiar face to pay a visit.

Mike follows the mystery car that nabbed his gas cap last week to an abandoned lot, where a guy in a green truck pulls up and, after a brief chat, takes the gas cap with him. Mike then tails Green Truck Guy as he embarks on a long odyssey around town, driving to distant locations and retrieving packages.
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'Gotham' Recap: A Female Firefly Lights Up Gotham

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In this episode of Gotham, "Rise of the Villains: By Fire," Selina turns to Gordon for help as the Gcpd closes in on Bridgit, Butch goes to work for Theo Galavan, Gordon learns that Penguin is behind the fires set by the Pikes, and Nygma reveals a secret to Miss Kringle.

Butch, sporting a new bloody stump where his hand used to be, goes to see Theo Galavan. As Penguin instructed, Butch paints a picture of a man coming completely unraveled. Where Penguin is concerned, it's not a short trip to Crazy Town.
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First Look: Harley Quinn & The Entire 'Suicide Squad' Cast In Full Costume

Let’s just say that D.C. and Warner Bros., or at least director David Ayer, have a very different way of handling their marketing than most tentpole movies. While everything is super controlled and secretive on, say, the J.J. Abrams and LucasFilm side of things, Ayer has seemingly tried to get ahead of early leaks and set photos for "Suicide Squad." Last week, he posted the first look of Jared Leto’s Crazy Town-esque Joker look, and now the director's hit Twitter again to reveal the entire cast of the Task Force X Suicide Squad team in full costume. Read More: Margot Robbie Says 'Suicide Sqauad' Is More 'The Dark Knight' Than 'Avengers' Yes, the Joker is missing, and that’s because he’s probably not a member of the team but just in the same jail many of these antagonists — "Suicide Squad" is about super villains getting
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Lisa Rinna vs. Kim Richards: Was Their Showdown The Real Housewives' Most Epic Ever?

Lisa Rinna vs. Kim Richards: Was Their Showdown The Real Housewives' Most Epic Ever?
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has set a new bar for reality TV fights. Cast members Lisa Rinna and Kim Richards—with some Eileen Davidson mixed in—went at it while at a dinner in Amsterdam, with Lisa R. throwing a glass and lunging for Kim's neck after Kim made veiled threats to reveal the truth about Lisa R.'s home life. To quote Eileen, it wasn't Amsterdam, it was Crazy Town. It all happened when Yolanda Foster suggested the ladies connect on a deeper level and reveal some real truths about themselves. She started about Bella's DUI and the feelings she had. Lisa R. discussed her sister's overdose and turned to Kim to apologize if she ever interfered too much in her business...
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13 great Simpsons Treehouse Of Horror Halloween stories

For Halloween, we celebrate The Simpsons' best Treehouse Of Horror stories, feat. zombies, Hitchcock and Kubrick spoofs and more...

“Nothing seems to bother my kids but tonight's show, which I totally wash my hands of, is really scary.”

For anyone who grew up watching The Simpsons, the Treehouse Of Horror Halloween specials are an annual horror staple, from spooky couch gag to horror-themed credits. You can learn an awful lot of things just from watching the show, but for younger audiences, these episodes gave us our introduction to certain iconic horror stories.

Having ditched the early framing device of the family telling scary stories to one another, with Springfielders cast in key roles, the format is now closer to a mini-anthology of terror with three stories that take place outside of canon. This has usually given the writers licence to be more gruesome and outlandish than in the regular series,
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True Blood season 7 episode 6 review: Karma

Karma is a soapy, fun and, in places, delicious episode of True Blood. Here's Emma's review...

This review contains spoilers.

7.6 Karma

As the consequences of the H-Vamp attack continue to ripple around Bon Temps, this week’s episode dealt mostly with what happens when you genetically engineer a virus aimed at killing super-strong, super-powerful beings and then run away to Los Angeles, leaving the world to suffer. Calling it Karma is all very well, but there is that pesky insinuation that you deserve your fate – with what Karma had in store for us, perhaps it would have been better titled Oh, the Irony. Yes, not only is Sookie on her way to killing Bill, but her special blood has at least one more surprise in store for Vampire-kind. And as if that wasn’t irony enough for you, go and see Sarah Newlin. She’s full of it...

No, you
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'Bates Motel' Season 2: The Top 10 Moments of Norman Behaving Madly

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'Bates Motel' Season 2: The Top 10 Moments of Norman Behaving Madly
Norman moved further away from being a docile nice boy in Bates Motel season 2. He made great strides in his journey to discover who he is, what he's capable of and what that means to everyone close to him, especially Norma. His blackouts became more frequent, his behavior more volatile and violent and internally, his affinity with his mother continued to grow. So here's the most significant pit stops on Norman's trip to Crazy Town.
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Toronto-based Blue Ice Group and KinoSmith Launch Doc Shingle

Toronto-based Blue Ice Group and KinoSmith Launch Doc Shingle
Toronto-based companies Blue Ice Group and KinoSmith have inked a deal to create Blue Ice Docs, a full-service distribution company that will fund and acquire non-fiction Canadian and international films it was announced Monday at the Hot Docs Film Festival in Toronto.

Blue Ice Group chairman Neil Tabatznik and CEO Steven Silver have pursued a number of joint ventures in recent years, including a partnership struck in 2010 with La-based Echo Lake Entertainment to form the Blue Ice Media Fund, which provides private equity funding for mid-length films and TV series.

Earlier this year, the group’s Blue Ice Pictures acquired film and TV rights to Toronto reporter Robyn Doolittle’s book “Crazy Town,” about Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.

Blue Ice Docs’ mission is to find and ensure that the best documentaries are seen by as many people as possible,” said Tabatznik. Blue Ice Group also owns the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema in Toronto.
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Late Night With Seth Meyers Announces Guests For Premiere Week

It’s the time of changes, and now we get to know what we’re gearing up for. Late Night with Seth Meyers has spilled the beans on who we’re going to get for the premiere week.

Fallon’s move is something that probably doesn’t have anyone wondering, but Seth Meyers has to prove himself. He’s certainly got the guests to make things happen, and it will be interesting to see how he puts his own spins on the show.

Is this one that has you locked in already, or are you nervous about how it will go?

Check out the guests below, and let me know your thoughts. To be honest, I’m looking forward to a more rounded, overall late night experience. I have to admit, I haven’t been able to watch Leno in years.

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Late Night with Seth Meyers Premiere WeekMonday,
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Seth Meyers' First Week Of 'Late Night' Guests Revealed

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Seth Meyers' First Week Of 'Late Night' Guests Revealed
Seth Meyers has locked in his full slate of guests for the first week he hosts "Late Night."

Joining the previously announced Amy Poehler (Seth's former "Saturday Night Live" "Weekend Update" co-anchor) on his debut night (February 24) will be Vice President Joe Biden and musical guest A Great Big World.

Kanye West will stroll into "Late Night with Seth Meyers" on Tuesday February 25, as will author of "Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story," Robyn Doolittle.

Watch: Seth Meyers Discusses Hosting 'Late Night' & Leaving 'SNL'

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Seth Meyers Reveals First ‘Late Night’ Lineup: Vice President Biden, Kanye West, Lena Dunham

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Seth Meyers Reveals First ‘Late Night’ Lineup: Vice President Biden, Kanye West, Lena Dunham
Seth Meyers officially has a full lineup of guests to welcome him to “Late Night” in his debut week, which kicks-off on Feb. 24. For his inaugural episode, previously announced guest and former “SNL” colleague Amy Poehler will be joined by Vice President Joe Biden and musical guest A Great Big World. The following evening, Tuesday, Feb. 25, Kanye West and author Robyn Doolittle (“Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story”) will welcome Meyers to his new gig. On Wednesday, Kelly Ripa and Brad Paisley will each grace Meyers’ couch, with the latter pulling double duty as musical guest. The following night,
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Rob Ford Story to Be Told in Movie that’s Not Crack-Smoking Footage

Everyone’s favorite Canadian party boy is getting his own movie. Yes, Never Say Never and Believe and that grainy footage of a Miami DUI arrest already exist. But you’re thinking of the wrong Canuck. Rob Ford, the red-faced, embattled Mayor of Toronto is getting his story adapted to the big screen — as if we’re not seeing it unfold right in front of us every day in sports jersey-ed, crack smoking slow motion. Ford, whose greatest hits include falling over in the street more than once and telling a crowd of reporters on live TV (again, in public, on TV, this cannot be stressed enough) that he didn’t sexually harass an employee because he fully enjoys giving his wife cunnilingus at home, is no stranger to a little publicity. But after a Toronto Star journalist’s book about all the data she’s accumulated covering the man, his
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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford To Be Subject of Film or TV Project

Toronto -- Scandal-plagued Toronto mayor Rob Ford could soon be hitting a TV or movie screen near you. Canadian indie producer Blue Ice Pictures unveiled plans to produce a film or TV project based on Ford's political rise and fall after it optioned Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story, by Toronto Star reporter Robyn Doolittle. Blue Ice announced it would work with Doolitte, the Toronto Star reporter who has worked the Rob Ford beat in the last two years, to adapt her book for the film or TV screen. "If you tried to make this story up, people would think

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Subject of New Movie

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Subject of New Movie
Blue Ice Pictures has acquired film and TV rights to Toronto Star reporter Robyn Doolittle’s new book “Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story,” it was announced today.

The screen adaptation of the Penguin Canada book about Toronto’s controversial major will be produced by Blue Ice’s Daniel Iron (“Away From Her”) and Lance Samuels (“The Book of Negroes”). Blue Ice is headquartered in Toronto, with offices in L.A., London and South Africa.

Doolittle, who appeared on “The Daily Show” Feb. 6, was one of three journalists to view the infamous “crack video” that brought Ford to worldwide attention. Doolittle is represented by Anne McDermid & Associates and Great North Artists Management.

“If you tried to make this story up, people would think it was over the top,” commented Doolittle. “The Rob Ford investigation is something I’ve been working on for more than two years. It’s so
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'Nashville' Recap: Daddy Issues

'Nashville' Recap: Daddy Issues
Next week's Nashville "mid-season" finale "showdown shocker" promises to be "explosive." So explosive, in fact, "someone will die!" Really. As the credits rolled on last night's action-bereft episode, viewers were unambiguously promised that a fatality is on the immediate horizon. Desperation is the world's worst perfume, Nashville.

22 'Nashville' Songs That Made the Show

Let's face facts: Nashville could kill off half its characters and we wouldn't miss 'em; the show would be better unencumbered by snooze-drama like Rayna's doomed label deal or pathological-liar Peggy's succubus schemes — seriously, what function does
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'Nashville' Recap: Hanky Panky Whatever

'Nashville' Recap: Hanky Panky Whatever
Last week's episode of Nashville was pretty bonkers, what with Deacon and Avery's buddy comedy adventure and Olivia Wentworth's failed attempt to seduce Juliette shooting out of left field. Because Nashville, for all its soapy tropes, struggles to find solid ground as a legitimately compelling drama, it's moments like Will kicking the Texas-sized shit out of some homophobe Neanderthals and Juliette's razor-sharp one-liners that make the show a fun ride. But last night's Eric Stoltz-directed episode – "Hanky Panky Woman" – was the opposite: Painfully predictable.

22 'Nashville' Songs That Made the
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'Nashville' Recap: Crazy Town

'Nashville' Recap: Crazy Town
Usually weddings are the stuff of sweeps weeks and seasons finales. Not on last night's Nashville, where Teddy taking Peggy's hand in marriage was about as sentimental as Trace Adkins' hick-hop hit "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk," probably because Teddy is a terrible mealy-mouthed bore and Peggy is an unsympathetic kook.

Not even Teddy seems excited about his nuptials. Making this even more of a headache for Nashville's fine mayor, he has to twist his own "daughter's" arm into providing musical entertainment at the reception (because it's hard to find musicians
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Win: Teenage Dirtbags On CD

To celebrate the August 19th release of brand new pop punk compilation Teenage Dirtbags, we have 3 copies of the rock-filled double album to give away to three lucky readers.

The album features pop punk classics, and tub-thumping guitar anthems from the likes of New Found Glory, Sum 41, Reel Big Fish and A, with 44 songs of inspired rocky goodness dedicated to celebrating the best the genre has ever offered.

The attitude-heavy compilation is a must for fans of bands like Blink 182, Smash Mouth and P.O.D. and is the perfect way to celebrate the golden era of pop punk, when jeans were baggier, hoodies were hoodier and only the people who didn’t care about being cool had tattoos.

Here’s a megamix of exactly what you can expect from the CD…

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