by Free Britney at . Comments

It seems like everybody's a comedian in the Harris house these days, but T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle Season 4 Episode 19 took this to a new level.

Comedy may not be a lost art these days, but it is lost on many people.

Domani appears to be one of them, yet is determined to pursue this potential career path, no matter how difficult. Enter T.I., ever the supportive patriarch.

Domani's dad is actually pretty darn funny himself, as head of a show that could well be a sitcom (seriously, watch T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle online).

Still, he knows he's a bit out of his league here. So what does he do?

Continue Reading...

by Free Britney at . Comments

Monday, on VH1's Love & Hip Hop Hollywood Season 1 Episode 5, the truth finally came out for some of the key players in the game. Emphasis on players.

Appropriately titled "Truth Be Told," Love & Hip Hop Hollywood Season 1 Episode 5 saw Mally Mall promises Nikki that he and Masika are done. Done.

Are they, though? Can anyone really trust this upstanding man?

Mall, Mally

Apparently not. Nikki says both of them need to meet with Masika so he can tell her to her face that he's Nikki's and that it's over. This is going to be fun.

Teairra Mari, meanwhile, is teaming up with Yung Berg on a new collaboration that is surely not going to go over well with Hazel, not that he cares apparently.

Masika and Hazel get together and talk about how much Teairra sucks, and vow to ignore their men and play hard to get, 'cause who needs 'em. Sure.

Teairra tells Nikki she’s working with Berg, which Nikki says she supports if it's not messy. Teairra's issues with Morgan may be a different story, though.

Omarion and Apryl meet with a midwife to talk about the childbirth, which they want to be natural and at the house ... but there's the small issue of his mom.

Specifically, she's very negative, stressful and painful.

Continue Reading...

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

An invisible man murder a pool hustle on Castle Season 7 Episode 3.

Wait... what?!? Did that really happen?

Of course not. But it was a theory espoused by Rick at the outset of the latest investigation and the evidence even pointed Beckett in that direction for awhile as well.

Save for a couple quips here and there, this installment stayed away from the Great Amnesic Mystery of 2014, which is for the best. It would be irritating if the series focused too much on what happened to Castle without revealing meaningful answers.

No one wants to be teased each and every week.

Continue Reading...

by Free Britney at . Comments

The Voice Season 7 Episode 7 began the fall's epic Battle Rounds with contestants dueling it out for survival, with everything at stake in mano a mano music duels.

Let's break down Monday night's six battles, the victors, the vanquished and the stolen (the judges can grab defeated singers, two apiece, in this round) below ...

The Voice Coaches: Season 7

Sugar Joans vs. Jean Kelley (Team Gwen): They were mostly in tune, but these two girls struggled to harness the gravitas of Destiny's Child's girl power anthem.

Who was the "Survivor" of this battle? Sugar, who delivered a marginally stronger vocal performance. Jean, though was snapped up by Pharrell in a surprise move!

Chris Jamison vs. Jonathan Wyndham (Team Adam): Adam’s decision was an easy one here, as Jonthan wilted on his upper register. Chris moves on.

Taylor John Williams vs. Amanda Lee Peers (Team Gwen): Dolly Parton’s “Jolene” led to a bit of a surprise result as Amanda looked to be the stronger singer.

Continue Reading...

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Sheldon and company came to a realization on The Big Bang Theory Season 8 Episode 5:

We're geniuses, remember?!?

What happened to the days where we invented stuff and acted all smart, as opposed to being distracted at all times by the opposite sex?

With that in mind, with the ladies off in Las Vegas, the man sequestered themselves inside for a weekend of scientific brainstorming and, they hoped, breakthrough.

It’ll be easy, right? They just need to “focus” in order to change the world. This is just like The Social Network, Ray remarks, But Leonard has never seen it. Hey, maybe they should have movie night! Wait… they need to focus, remember?

Sheldon says the group should grab inspiration from fiction (such as cell phones and Star Trek), which leads to a viewing of Back to the Future Part II in order to learn how to make a real-life hoverboard.

Continue Reading...

by Free Britney at . Comments

After the events of the past several weeks, what did we learn on Sleepy Hollow Season 2 Episode 4? That Ichabod has a future as a professional driver, perhaps.

Maybe not, but when Abbie is saying things like "all that power is now a part of you, make it your steed” while teaching him to drive, then moaning passionately?

There were some definitely sexual undertones to that scene. Just saying. If you watch Sleepy Hollow online, we suggest keeping one hand on the volume button.

Sleepy Hollow Season 2 Episode 4, "Go Where I Send Thee," was basically a follow-up to last week's epic installment, and focused on a Pied Piper.

The Piper has a long history of luring local children into the woods to meet their very unfortunate destiny, making for a sufficiently mysterious and evil adversary.

All with a Revolutionary War theme that kept the ties to 1781 strong, which helps differentiate this show from others who have gone down similar roads.

Continue Reading...

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Who is Oswald Cobblepot?

That question was posted often to Jim on Gotham Season 1 Episode 4, each time by a fiancee anxious to know more about the man she's about to marry.

But James Gordon won't let Barbara into that world - partly for her own protection; partly, we'd imagine, for his own sanity - and it's unclear if this relationship can survive Jim's secrets.

It's also unclear how to even answer that question.

Continue Reading...

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

So... which of our parents will we kill first?

This was the unusual, unfortunate question posed by Klaus to Elijah on The Originals Season 2 Episode 2, an installment that was a bit slow (by this awesome drama's standard) as it set things up for the Mikaelson family reunion to come.

Klaus now knows his mother is alive and not very well, inhabiting the body of the young witch Cassie.

Mom and son sat down for some tension-filled tea this week, with Klaus realizing the identity of the person in front of him little by little as the seconds ticked by.

Continue Reading...

by Free Britney at . Comments

Having previously funneled government money to a terrorist to rescue one of her own, Hetty Lange made a bold move and would probably do so again.

But there are consequences.

The events of NCIS: Los Angeles Season 6 Episode 3 continued to show us fallout caused by Hetty, whose chickens are coming home to roost in a big way.

She's stuck in D.C. getting grilled on this. The DOJ wants to prove fault in actions. The department has sent in someone to question her team, as well.

Chief Investigator Ava Wallace wants the dirt and she wants it now, but more alarmingly, someone broke into one of Hetty's homes. Yes, she's got a bunch.

She moves around so as to leave no trace, but one of the addresses found its way onto the black market, spurring the NCIS team into action immediately.

Perhaps the plot to target her is both sinister and bicoastal, however. Hetty collapses in her meeting with the DOJ, leaving her health in peril ... or is it?

Continue Reading...

by Free Britney at . Comments

Dancing With the Stars Season 19 Episode 7 saw the remaining contestants fight hard to advance once again, although no elimination was on the line this time.

Who looks poised to get the boot next week, though? And which new partnerships did we see following the major partner switch ups we first saw last spring?

Check out the results below ...

After some terrific scores and highlights, and some performances the celebs might just as soon forget on Dancing With the Stars Season 19 Episode 7 ...

Sadie Robertson and Derek Hough took the lead outright with a strong performance of the Charleston, impressing judges and the audience alike. Score: 36!

Lea Thompson and Val Chmerkovskiy went with an elaborate Broadway number that was a little bit out there, but the two made it work bit time. Score: 34!

Alfonso Ribeiro and Cheryl Burke couldn't top doing The Carlton dance, but his Flamenco with his partner and choreographer came pretty darn close. Score: 34!

Continue Reading...

× Close Ad