The polls are officially open in our third annual readers’ choice Season Finale Awards. Now through Monday, vote for your favorites — or least favorites — in 20 categories. We’ll crown the winners Tuesday. READ FULL STORY
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“Yes, my bad-boy prom date is gay. He just doesn’t know it yet, so I’m basically his beard. Pre-beard. His… stubble.”
– Alex (Ariel Winter) on her gay prom date on Modern Family
Check out the rest of your quote submissions from Wednesday, May 23, and come back tonight to share your pick for best sound bite!
On tonight’s season finale of Modern Family, entitled “Baby on Board,” we’ll finally reach an end to the Cam and Mitchell storyline that was teased last year and endured all season long: will the pair finally adopt a second baby? A boy, no less? We can expect to get our first look at the newest addition to the Tucker-Pritchett trio by the end of the episode, and with Cam and Mitchell recruiting Gloria to act as their translator during the adoption process, does that mean the baby will be joining the family from Gloria’s native Colombia? We’ve got a regular Jolie-Pitt clan in the works.
PopWatch Planner: Will a girl finally win 'American Idol'? Plus: 'House' ends, and Will Smith is back!
TV finale season draws to a close this week, with The Celebrity Apprentice, Family Guy, American Idol, Dancing With the Stars, Modern Family, Glee, Revenge, and Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23 all wrapping up their seasons, and House closing up shop for good. But as a bunch of doors close, some breezy summer TV programming whirls in through the open window, including the newly results-show-free So You Think You Can Dance on Fox going up against the new singing-with-a-music-star competition Duets on ABC.
Meanwhile, Will Smith returns to the multiplex after a four year absence, and the week kicks off with the music business celebrating its (quantifiably) biggest stars. Enjoy! READ FULL STORY
“It’s Toontown, not Toonton. You’ve been watching too much PBS.”
– Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) to Cam (Eric Stonestreet) during a trip to Disneyland on Modern Family
Check out the rest of your quote submissions from Wednesday, May 9th, and come back tonight to share your pick for best sound bite!
“You’re right, I should have used Helvetica. It much better represents the urgency of our situation.”
– Cam (Eric Stonestreet) to Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) after creating a poster to help find their daughter’s lost stuffed animal on Modern Family
Check out the rest of your quote submissions from Wednesday, May 2, and come back tonight to share your pick for best sound bite!
“Phil, do we really have to go through this again? I told you that I would do everything possible to make sure that your skeleton ends up in a science class at a women’s college.”
– Claire (Julie Bowen) to Phil (Ty Burrell) on his instructions for handling his dead body on Modern Family
Check out the rest of your quote submissions from Wednesday, April 18th, and come back tonight to share your pick for best sound bite!
In his opening monologue as host of Saturday Night Live, Josh Brolin said, “It’s just refreshing to come here and just be stupid… like really stupid. Like career-endingly stupid.”
Maybe that raised my hopes a little too much, because I kept waiting for Brolin to cut loose. The new star of the upcoming Men in Black 3 had some moments — his doctor in “The Californians” was perhaps inadvertently the best Jeff Bridges imitation I’ve ever seen. But he certainly didn’t seem to have to hurry through wardrobe to make one skit after another.
So Brolin has his work cut out for him in our season-long contest to determine the best SNL host. Our most recent poll was, by far, the most competitive. Four favorites — Jimmy Fallon, Melissa McCarthy, Maya Rudolph, and Daniel Radcliffe — had flicked aside previous challengers, but when Sofia Vergara hosted last week, Daniel Radcliffe seemed vulnerable. D-Rad fans, however, rallied late in the game, saving The Boy Who Lived for another week. The surprise castaway: Maya Rudolph. (If I had a Save, I’d use it, Maya.)
Jimmy Fallon remained in first, but his support dropped to 27.3 percent of the vote. Vergara impressed with a 20.7 percent debut, and Melissa McCarthy was steady, with 20.4 percent. Radcliffe‘s late charge boosted his support from 10.8 to 17.4 percent, leaving Rudoph’s not-too-shabby 14.2 in last.
Below, I’ve embedded one clip for each of the five remaining hosts, as reminders of their recent performances. How do you possibly grade them against each other, ignoring guest cameos — Spielberg! — and fluctuating writing? My rule of thumb: “Do I want to see them come back and host again next season?” At the very least, try to be objective and don’t reward or penalize a host for their latest movie or TMZ.com photo. It’s all about Saturday night. Vote below, and the four top vote getters will advance to compete against Eli Manning on May 5. Ultimately, we’ll crown the Saturday Night Liveliest host at the end of the season. Watch and vote below. READ FULL STORY
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