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'Mad Men' Recap: Roger Drops Acid!

22 April 2012 3:51 PM, PDT | buddytv.com | See recent BuddyTV news »

This was one weird episode of Mad Men! It wasn't all psychedelic and trippy, though, despite the fact that Roger took LSD. But it just all tied in with the theme of the episode title: "Far Away Places." Peggy is in her own little far away place when she's put in charge of the Heinz presentation and feels a lot like a work-pressured man. Don and Megan drift apart emotionally and then physically. It was a good, but haunting, episode. I wish there would have been another hour of it as it felt like a movie! »

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Think Like a Man Knocks Hunger Games From the Top Spot at the Box Office

22 April 2012 3:15 PM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

The Hunger Games finally lost the battle of the box office after four weeks in the No. 1 spot.

Think Like a Man grossed $33 million in its opening weekend to take the top spot, according to Box Office Mojo. The romantic comedy, adapted from the non-fiction book by Steve Harvey, features an ensemble cast that includes Michael Ealy, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Hart, Taraji P. Henson, Gabrielle Union and Harvey himself.

The Hunger Games four-peats, The Three Stooges tops new releases

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- Robyn Ross

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'Army Wives' Kellie Martin to reunite with TV mom Patti LuPone

22 April 2012 3:00 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Kellie Martin knows there isn't much she hasn't played.

From her initial television stardom as teenager Becca on ABC's "Life Goes On," through a long string of TV movies and onto later series roles as the Appalachian teacher on CBS' "Christy," medical student Lucy on NBC's "ER" and an amateur sleuth in Hallmark Channel's "Mystery Woman" franchise, the actress has covered a lot of turf.

Any type of part Martin hasn't done already holds special appeal for her now. That's a big reason she has joined Lifetime's Sunday-night drama "Army Wives" as Capt. Nicole Galassini, whose expertise on African geopolitics proves useful.

"When they called me and I listened to the pitch about the character, I was so excited," Martin tells Zap2it. "I've never played military, after 30 years of being an actress, and the thing I love so much about Nicole is that she's so smart and so driven. »

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'Once Upon a Time' scoop: Writer Jane Espenson on tonight's episode and an action-packed end to the season

22 April 2012 2:05 PM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

The story of Rumpelstiltskin once again takes center stage tonight on Once Upon a Time and writer Jane Espenson couldn’t have been happier to step up to the plate for the important episode.

“This is a character who has his memories and yet the form of menace that emanates out of him as Mr. Gold is do different, so contained and snake-y as opposed to the broad, theatrical nature of Rumpelstiltskin,” she says. “I’m perpetually fascinated. I feel like we could just keep peeling back the layers of this forever and ever.” Tonight, viewers will get a fuller »

- Sandra Gonzalez

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'The Borgias' Season 2: Lucrezia Borgia's fashion rises in power

22 April 2012 2:00 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Paintings from the 15th century inspire Academy Award-winning costume designer Gabriella Pescucci to design and create some of the most intricate and beautiful costumes on television for the Sunday Showtime drama "The Borgias."

"I love to do my job," she tells Zap2it. "It is period, and I have such a big department to work with and seamstresses and the possibility to do everything new. Not just the costumes, but also the masks, the armor and all the headpieces and the nets for their hair. Today it's rare to have the possibility to work in this situation for television. Showtime is very generous," she says.

Pescucci says her second year working on the series was even better than the first because knowing everyone on the set and being familiar with the fabric allowed her to focus more on the costumes.

In the case of the character Lucrezia, played by Holliday Grainger, »

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House-Centric Spoiler Alert!: Cast Reveals Who's Back, Who's Dying and (Much) More!

22 April 2012 1:10 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Are House fans in for an epic bait-and-switch with regard to the show’s upcoming series finale? If Hugh Laurie‘s preview of the swan song is to be believed, the answer is a big fat yes.

In the following special edition of Spoiler Alert! — shot on location at the House wrap party — Laurie and his fellow co-stars open up for the first time about the top-secret plot of the May 21 capper, ominously titled “Everybody Dies.” But it’s Laurie’s rosy assessment of the episode that is likely to raise the most eyebrows — mostly because it stands in stark »

- Michael Ausiello

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Once Upon a Time: Writer Jane Espenson Talks Romance, the Mysterious August and the Finale

22 April 2012 1:02 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Once Upon a Time: Writer Jane Espenson Talks Romance, the Mysterious August and the Finale

It's difficult to imagine that we're getting close to the season finale of Once Upon a Time, which will air on May 13.  With so few episodes remaining, we're working our way to a huge confrontation in the finale.  But before we get there, there's a few issues we have to deal with in tonight's episode.  More specifically, there's the identity of the mysterious August, who will be the focus of Mr. Gold's curiosity in tonight's all new episode.

We chatted with Once Upon a Time writer Jane Espenson, who penned tonight's episode, to discuss Mr. Gold's investigation, what's coming next for Rumplestiltskin, and whather Mary Margaret and David shippers have anything to be worried about now that David's wife has returned.

August and Mr. Gold: Mr. Gold will be "asking a lot of questions about August in this episode. »

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'Firelight's' Cuba Gooding Jr. on that Jerry Maguire line: 'Own it, be proud of it and move on'

22 April 2012 1:00 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Working with, and learning from, other established actors has proved useful for Cuba Gooding Jr.

The "Jerry Maguire" Oscar winner makes a rare television appearance Sunday, April 22, in ABC's fact-inspired new Hallmark Hall of Fame drama "Firelight."

In playing Dwayne "DJ" Johnson, a counselor at a correctional facility for young women, Gooding is teamed with a number of actresses just starting to make names for themselves ... a situation he says he knew how to handle from his experiences with such stars as Laurence Fishburne (in "Boyz N the Hood"), Dustin Hoffman ("Outbreak") and "Jerry Maguire" himself, Tom Cruise.

"They are real artists, and they allow you to create without stifling your creativity," Gooding tells Zap2it. "That was the main lesson I took from them. Making 'Outbreak' with Dustin and Morgan Freeman and Kevin Spacey, we really kind of sang when we were on the set together. It »

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'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' Reunion Part 3 Observations

22 April 2012 12:09 PM, PDT | buddytv.com | See recent BuddyTV news »

Finally, the three-part reunion concludes. I am exhausted and I need more wine. Marlo is still on that couch and it appears she intends to stay.

Marlo is still living off of that "whore" comment that she cooked up for hours backstage. She shouldn't be so proud of it. Then Kim and Cynthia started yelling at each other almost at random, as though bit by the same argumentative insect. »

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'The Real Housewives of New Jersey' Premiere Recap: What Goes Around

22 April 2012 12:07 PM, PDT | buddytv.com | See recent BuddyTV news »

First of all, before we even jump into a new season. Have you been watching Teresa on The Celebrity Apprentice? She's been doing relatively well, but only because people have been screwing up more than her and everyone is too polite to point out that Teresa is well, not smart. Now, on this show we will go back to the people who aren't afraid to call it as they see it.

New catch phrases! "Life is short, I don't have time for drama," says Caroline. "I never throw the first punch, but I'm always a knockout," Melissa says. Teresa learns who her real friends are when times get tough; Jacqueline is all of a sudden a "Vegas girl"! Kathy believes in respect. Zzzzzz Kathy. »

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'Veep': Julia Louis-Dreyfus gets sort of vice presidential in HBO political comedy

22 April 2012 12:00 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

If you hold the opinion, as many of us do these days, that Washington, D.C., apparently is a combination of lunatic asylum and day care center for petulant infants, HBO's new comedy series "Veep," which premieres on Sunday, April 22, probably won't change your mind. It just may relieve your frustration with some healthy laughter, however.

The political sitcom, which marks the welcome return of Emmy winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus to series television, views events in the nation's capital from the perspective of former senator Selina Meyer (Louis-Dreyfus), a career politician who seemed to be on the fast track to the White House until she was elected vice president. Since then, her political life has become a series of comic missteps in which even her best-intentioned efforts get lost in a maze of red tape and personal politics.

In the first episode, for example, Selina is hopeful that her clean-jobs bill »

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'Once Upon a Time' Recap: The Deal is Struck

22 April 2012 11:49 AM, PDT | buddytv.com | See recent BuddyTV news »

After a three week hiatus, Once Upon a Time is finally back with the final four episodes of its debut season! When we left Storybrooke, the town's fairytale past revealed the heartfelt motives behind The Evil Queen's hatred towards Snow White -- love lost. Yes, it seems that Regina had a heart once! As payback, Madame Mayor now has Mary Margaret in custody for the murder of David's wife, Kathryn. Yet in the last moments of the episode, Kathryn is found in an alley ... very much alive.

Tonight's episode will spend most of its fairytale focus on Rumpelstiltskin and his son Baelfire while Mr. Gold and August, formerly known as The Stranger, take the forefront in Storybrooke. Let us not forget, though, that Sheriff Swan has a lot of work on her hands: trying to prove Regina's involvement in Kathryn's disappearance. Plus, it looks like David will finally attempt a »

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'Real Housewives of New Jersey' Season 4: Teresa Giudice at the center of the storm

22 April 2012 11:43 AM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

A storm is brewing in the Garden State when "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" returns for its fourth season Sunday (April 22) night, and thanks to Twitter and tabloid headlines, we all know what the messy aftermath looks like.

Filming had already begun for the current season during the Season 3 reunion show, at which Jacqueline Laurita was absent for reasons relating to fellow housewife and former friend Teresa Giudice. And Sunday's episode starts building the tension for what is sure to be a huge blowout among the ladies.

The show begins with a clip from the now-infamous reunion show before rewinding to happier -- though still tense -- times four months earlier with Teresa and fam gathering for dinner with Jacqueline, Caroline Manzo and crew before heading off to the Jersey Shore with Melissa and Joe Gorga and Kathy and Rich Wakile.

And interestingly the "real" world starts colliding with »

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'Once Upon a Time' writer teases the season finale and Rumpelstiltskin's investigation into The Stranger

22 April 2012 11:36 AM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

"Once Upon a Time" is back Sunday, April 22 with "The Return," the latest Rumpelstiltskin-centric episode. Writer Jane Espenson tells Zap2it it's a very emotional episode, both in Storybrooke and in Fairytale Land.

"[Rumpel] is trying to figure out who August is in Storybrooke, at the same time we see him back in Fairytale Land dealing with his son, who is not happy with how his father's changing. It's a really emotional episode on both sides," says Espenson.

"He has a theory [about August] and it's going to shake him a bit. You actually see him go to Archie in this episode," she continues. "This is an episode where we dig pretty deep. He's curious about August for the same reason we're all curious about August - everybody loves a mystery."

Speaking of theories, a popular one out there on the internet is that August is Pinocchio. Which Espenson says is a solid theory. »

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Fox 25th anniversary special: What's your favorite Fox show?

22 April 2012 11:16 AM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Fox celebrates 25 years Sunday (April 22) night with two hours of original programming, featuring some of the network's biggest stars over the years, preceded by reairings of the pilot episode of "Married... With Children" and the first full-length episode of "The Simpsons."

Ryan Seacrest hosts the extravaganza with appearances by the cast of "Married... With Children," Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny of "The X-Files," Keenan Ivory, Marlon and Shawn Wayans from "In Living Color," Hugh Laurie from "House," Calista Flockhart from "Ally McBeal," and more.

The celebratory mood has gotten us here at Zap2it thinking about the best ("The O.C.," "Arrested Development") the network has offered over the years -- and the worst ("The Swan," "Models Inc."). But we want to know: What's been your favorite Fox show of the last 25 years?

Need some inspiration?

Fox's 25 best and most important shows of the last 25 years

Fox's 25 worst shows of »

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Smash Troublemaker Looks Ahead to Season 2: 'Ellis Is Probably Going to Be Even More Hated!'

22 April 2012 11:00 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

You read that headline correctly. Though Smash‘s Ellis has let his ambition lead him to lurk behind many a doorway and snitch when given most any opportunity, his shiftiest shenanigans are yet to come.

During a visit to TVLine’s Times Square offices — straight upstairs from where many a location scene of NBC’s musical drama is filmed – Jaime Cepero shared his take on the not-so-warm welcome Ellis received, cleared the air on the schemer’s sexuality and revealed why it’s rather unlikely his character will meet a grisly demise (contrary to the haters’ wishes).

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- Matt Webb Mitovich

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Chris Colfer on Glee's Big Role-Swapping Episode: 'I Didn't Want to Disrespect Anybody'

22 April 2012 10:06 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Glee is all about taking a walk in someone else’s shoes, but as the cast geared up for its big May 15 “body-swapping” episode, Chris Colfer struggled to perfect his new role.

“I really thought I had the hardest one because they were really hard to nail — they’re not over the top by any means,” Colfer told TVLine at the premiere of his new film Struck by Lightning, which he penned and starred in. “But it was also nerve wracking because I didn’t want to disrespect anybody!”

First Look: Watch Glee Cover Whitney Houston’s ‘How Will I »

- Alyse Whitney

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Tonight on Game of Thrones: The Baratheons Meet, Daenerys Finds a City & Joffrey Gets Revenge

22 April 2012 9:27 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Tonight on Game of Thrones: The Baratheons Meet, Daenerys Finds a City & Joffrey Gets Revenge

The Baratheon brothers meet in tonight's all new Game of Thrones as Catelyn attempts to broker a truce between them so that they can combine their armies against the Lannisters.  Here's what else you can expect to see in tonight's episode:

Joffrey: Up in the North, Robb Stark is making progress with his army, cutting down the Lannisters' men.  Back in King's Landing, Joffrey is furious that the "King of the North" is defeating him, so he decides to punish Sansa for her brother's "treason".  He wants to kill her, but Cersei wants her kept alive, so he has one of his men beat her up.  Fortunately for Sansa, Tyrion steps in to help her.  But Joffrey is displeased that his uncle has ruined his fun and his cruelty reaches new levels.  If you didn't hate Joffrey before, »

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Exclusive: Tyler The Creator Interrogates An Alien In Clip From Odd Future's 'Loiter Squad'

22 April 2012 9:11 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

While HBO and AMC may be the places on cable to go on Sunday nights for higher brow fare, if you're looking for something a bit more surreal, irreverant and edgy, Adult Swim has you covered. Hip-hop collective Odd Future has joined the network's Sunday night line up with their show "Loiter Squad," and it has been doing extraordinarily well. Just how good? The show is the top-ranked program in its time slow for audiences in those key 18-24 and 18-34 demographics. Not too bad at all. Produced by Johnny Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine and Spike Jonze's Dickhouse Productions, "Loiter Squad" falls somewhere between "Jackass" and adventurous sketch program's like "Mr. Show" and "Chapelle's Show." Below, we have an exclusive clip from tonight's episode to give you a taste if you haven't had a chance to catch the show just yet. In the scene, Odd Future frontman Tyler The Creator »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Fringe 4.19 "Letters Of Transit" Review

22 April 2012 8:30 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Fringe 4.19 "Letters Of Transit" Review

Co-written by Sam McPherson

As I’m writing this, my vision is a little blurry from the left-field suckerpunch that Fringe delivered with Friday night’s “Letters of Transit.” If you aren’t reeling from a bit of future shock, you probably didn’t watch the same episode. There’s so much packed into this episode that it’s impossible to tease out all the nuances after just one viewing: it’s remarkably telling that Leonard Nimoy’s surprising return to the show somehow wasn’t what people were most fixated on. Fringe constantly makes us consider cause and effect, the ripple effects of actions that we could never foresee. This has been demonstrated on countless occasions, from Walter’s crossing over in 1985, to Peter’s initialization of the machine, to September’s choices to interfere with the timelines. The bald enigma lurking in the background has, »

- Nadine Ramsden

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