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'Up All Night': Talk about last night's 'New Car' here!

I really want to love Up All Night. Unfortunately, I’m not there yet. But NBC is trying to make this relationship work. The network just gave the freshman comedy, starring Christina Applegate, Will Arnett, and Maya Rudolph, a full season pickup. So, I’ll gladly use the extra episodes to see if I can fully commit. And by commit, I mean having my DVR record the series. READ FULL STORY

EWwy winner Courteney Cox would like to kiss EW's...ewe

Well this is a delightful way to kick off a weekend. I’m suddenly more ready than ever to pound some grape!

Thrilled to be the esteemed recipient of a trophy in the shape of a ewe after winning the Lead Comedy Actress category of the 2011 EWwy Awards — EW.com’s annual celebration of the television performers and series (for comedy and drama) that you readers said deserved Emmy nods — Cougar Town star Courteney Cox leans in for a smooch (in a pose strikingly similar to the way Jules Cobb performs damage control on an oversize glass of red)….

“I’m not kissing your butt,” she claims. “But Thank You so much EW!!!!!”

Invisible opera gloves to you, Courteney!

Cougar Town‘s midseason premiere can’t come soon enough.

EWwys 2011: Meet your 10 winners!

To see all of this year’s nominees, flip through our photo galleries for the Comedy and Drama categories.

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The 2011 EWwy Winners: Matt Czuchry thanks his fans!

Teen sensation punks Simon Cowell on 'X Factor'

Simon Cowell has terrified his share of aspiring stars during his years as a judge on American Idol and The X Factor. But last night (check out Annie Barrett’s recap), someone had the nerve to throw it right back at him, and Cowell’s stunned reaction was priceless. Fourteen-year-old Brooklyn phenom Brian Bradley took the air out the arena when he called Cowell out: “Yo, I swear to my life, you lucky we’re ain’t in the streets because if we were in the streets, this is what I’d say to you…”

Cowell was stunned. All the judges were stunned. The crowd went silent. But then Bradley launched into his rap, the oddly adorable “Stop Looking at My Momz.” Watch. READ FULL STORY

Elmo and Cookie Monster re-enact 'The Office,' 'CSI: Miami,' and more! -- EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

It’s one thing to meet that actor who was once in that one movie you liked, but it’s another to meet the folks that taught you how to count. Elmo and Cookie Monster made the trip from Sesame Street to the EW offices to tell us about their new season (which starts next Monday), and we couldn’t have been more excited had it been Johnny Depp sword-fighting with a time-traveling Theodore Roosevelt. In honor of their upcoming slate of guest stars, the two of them took us through their interpretations of some of TV’s biggest shows — including The Big Bang Theory, CSI: Miami, and The Office (which, coincidentally, name-checked Sesame Street in its premiere last night) and we have to say, Cookie Monster would actually make a pretty good replacement for Michael Scott. Check out the video below and watch as your adult and childhood television viewing habits collide. (By the way, I’m the Muppet in the middle.)  READ FULL STORY

Girls' Washroom Photo of the Day: Chaz and Jen

Check out this 1987 pic of the most glamorous room in New York’s High School of the Performing Arts, featuring Chaz Bono as a girl and Jennifer Aniston as a brunette. So much has changed, but ’80s feathered bangs are forever.  READ FULL STORY

The 2011 EWwy Winners: Matt Czuchry thanks his fans!

Thank ewe to everyone who voted in this year’s EWwy Awards — EW.com’s annual celebration of the television performers and series (for comedy and drama) that you say deserve a nod. The results are in! Have you just rolled out an imaginary red carpet in your mind? Excellent.

EWwys 2011: Meet your 10 winners!

Thrilled to be the esteemed recipient of a trophy in the shape of a ewe, after beating out Mad Men‘s Vincent Kartheiser, Friday Night Lights’ Michael B. Jordan, Boardwalk Empire‘s Michael Pitt, Southland‘s Michael Cudlitz, and The Killing‘s Brent Sexton in the Best Supporting Actor in a Drama category, The Good Wife‘s Matt Czuchry has already written in to EW to thank his fans: READ FULL STORY

Jonathan Taylor Thomas (nay, JTT) turns 30 today!

As any woman in her mid-to-late twenties can attest, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, or JTT as he was known around the Teen Bop/Bop/Tiger Beat/Tiger Bop/Tiger Teens Beep Bop Ba Doop community, was a big deal growing up. You were either so entirely obsessed with the Home Improvement dreamboat that it was hard to tell where the JTT posters hanging in your bedroom ended and your actual wall paper began, or you had a best friend who did. (I was of the latter category. And as a true testament to how much I love my best friend, I actually accompanied her to see Wild America and Man of the House at the movies. After our parents dropped us off, of course.) READ FULL STORY

Jay-Z joins the proud papa pantheon, as we look back at other pop-culture pregnancy reactions

While it’s a pretty safe assumption that Jay-Z already knew his beloved was carrying his babeyonce (boy, that won’t get old during the next few months, will it?), his elated reaction to Beyonce’s pregnancy announcement during the VMAs was even better than ours. Watch the moment again (and again and again) below: READ FULL STORY

Crazy Jim Carrey is stupid in love with Emma Stone (but he's really just being funny)

Jim Carrey has boldly stepped up as a mouthpiece for much of the human race by declaring his love for Emma Stone in a weird little webcam confessional. (Watch the video here.) Carrey calls Stone “all the way beautiful” and laments that at 49, he has lines on his face and takes “a little longer to pee” than he used to, because otherwise they could get married “and we would have chubby little freckle-faced kids.” Who you callin’ fat, Jim Carrey?  READ FULL STORY

When Boy Met Curl: The mane lessons of 'Boy Meets World'

I watched Boy Meets World  for two reasons.

First, it was a show that made me feel like I wasn’t alone in life. Like Cory Matthews (Ben Savage), the show’s protagonist, I didn’t have the answers growing up. He muddled his way through high school, puberty, friendships and sex, just like me. Amidst a sea of sitcom Smart-Alecks and Sassers, he was an Everyman, instantly relatable to me on every level. When it first aired, my takeaway from every episode was that nobody gets an A in the course of life, no matter how hard they try. But even more importantly — especially for someone like me who worried about grades all the time — was that in real life, you don’t even get grades. You just live life as best you can, and everyone is doing the same. Now, whenever I am fortunate enough to come across an episode online or on TV, I smile for a half hour, a reminder that it’s all going to be okay. Maybe not great, maybe not even what I wanted, but alright.

Really though, Boy Meets World had a bigger meaning to me: Hair. READ FULL STORY

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