Monthly Archives: January 2011

Greek | “All About Beav”

Beaver (Aaron Hill) gives Rebecca (Dilshad Vadsaria) a hand on "Greek"

There was a very special Beaver-centric episode of Greek last night, and I have a review of it after the jump.

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Top Chef All-Stars | “Restaurant Wars: One Night Only”

I don’t have a full review, but I do have a few quick thoughts on last night’s Restaurant Wars episode of Top Chef All-Stars after the jump.

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Modern Family | “Caught in the Act”

The Dunphy kids bring their parents breakfast in bed on "Modern Family."

There was a new episode of Modern Family last night, and I have a review of it after the jump.

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Greek | “Cross Examined Life”

Casey (Spencer Grammer) and Evan (Jake McDorman) attend their first law school class on "Greek"

There was a new episode of Greek last night, and I have a review of it after the jump.

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My Golden Globes TV Predictions

The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards will take place on Sunday, starting at 8 p.m., on NBC. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which presents the awards, is, well, foreign press, so the nominations and winners are often a bit skewed. Additionally, since most of the voting body covers film, and not television, the TV categories are especially hard to predict. Nevertheless, I’m going to give it a shot after the jump — and you can give your own predictions in the comments.

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‘LOLA’ cast changes, ‘Big Bang’ renewal and more: TCA Press Tour round-up

The cast of "The Big Bang Theory"

The Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour is still in progress, but it has been a slower couple of news days compared to earlier in the week. Yesterday, critics made set visits, and today, NBC held panels for several shows, but there was no executive session due to the imminent Comcast takeover. Other networks took advantage of the vacuum, though, and made some announcements of their own. Some highlights after the jump.

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Modern Family | “Our Children, Ourselves”

Phil (Ty Burrell) and Claire (Julie Bowen) go to the movies in "Modern Family"

Although it was pushed back about 20 minutes to make room for President Obama’s national address regarding the Tuscon shootings, Modern Family still aired a new episode last night (unfortunately, the same cannot be said of Cougar Town), and I have a review of it after the jump.

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