Last week on Nashville, there was family DRAMA like no other. Revenge, betrayal, greed—it had it all! Rayna still can’t sing, Deacon still can’t play guitar, and Maddie still hates her life. So go grab your huge belt buckles ‘cause these are the top ten moments from Nashville you’d make out with Dolly Parton for.
Best Week Ever
Oh no! Were you too busy macking on hot zombies on The Walking Dead to catch Best Week Ever this week? What a shame! Because we were totally checking out hot zombies (and the humans trying to stay human) this week, too! But you’re in luck because thanks to the power of the internet, we can can talk about hot zombies together! Last week’s entire episode of Best Week Ever is online. So, you can hang with The Walking Dead‘s Vincent Martella! We’ve even got Orange Is The New Black‘s Taryn Manning! And we’re making a passionate case for why NBC should never have cancelled Ironside.
Don’t forget to tune into an all new Best Week Ever this Friday, October 25 at 10/9 C! SET YOUR DVR!
Hey gang! It’s been yet another long, crazy week. What’s happened? Oh, Miley Cyrus is still taking off her clothes and the government shutdown is finally over, but we don’t have to talk about either of those things. What we can talk about is who we think is having the Best Week Ever. Now, we won’t know for sure who it’s going to be until a brand new episode of Best Week Ever airs tomorrow, Friday October 18, at 10/9 C. Until then, check out who the Best Week Ever‘s cast thinks is having the Best Week Ever and let us know who YOU think is having the Best Week Ever.
Oh snap! Things are about to get a whole lot WASP-ier and a whole lot more dangerous on Best Week Ever‘s “The New Inmates Of Orange Is The New Black.” Orange Is The New Black‘s very own Taryn Manning is joining the cellblock as a familiar looking face–but a completely new character. Sure, she looks just like Pennsatucky, but that’s only because she’s Pennasatucky’s evil twin sister: New Hamsichusettes! Hold on to your pearls and beware of cardigans because it’s about to go down. How down? Real low down. So check out the clip above and be sure to tune in for an all-new episode of Best Week Ever tomorrow, Friday, October 18 at 10/9 C!
EDITOR’S NOTE: Get caught up in time for tonight’s brand new episode of Nashville with Best Week Ever‘s own Abby Holland’s recap of last week’s episode entitled “I Don’t Wanna Talk About It Now.”
This LAST week on Nashville, there was a lot of lying, cheatin’, and love-makin’. Rayna and her new boss were still fighting, Deacon tried to face his demons, and Scarlett got a makeover. Nashville sure is full of drama, y’all! So pour yourself some sweet tea because these are the top ten moments from NASHVILLE you’d skin a rattlesnake for…
Look, we love Kenan Thompson, we love Saturday Night Live, and we love funny women, so naturally we were a bit disappointed when Thompson told TV Guide this week that the reason there aren’t any black female performers on SNL was because “in auditions, they just never find ones that are ready.”
Maybe this is a problem with SNL‘s casting net, because even without sitting through months of showcases in L.A., NYC and Chicago, we were able to find five black women who are totally ready to be “Not Ready For Prime Time Players.”
Did you miss Best Week Ever over the weekend? Fear not! Thanks to the miracle of streaming video technology, we can now show you the ENTIRE EPISODE that premiered this past weekend. You can now watch the Gravity spoof that was the show’s cold open, you can see Sassy and Puma from Black Ink Crew spend some QT with Michael Che, but what you REALLY want to check out is when Mr. StarbucksDrakeHands himself, Brody Ryan, takes home the prize for having the Best Week Ever!
Elizabeth Berkley is best known for her role as Jessie Spano on the generation-defining program Saved By The Bell, but there’s no sense denying that the ghost of Showgirls still trails her everywhere she goes. Yes, even to Dancing With The Stars, where she’s currently locked in mortal combat with the likes of Snooki, Jack Osbourne, and a bunch of people we’ve never heard of.
Hey! How’s it going? The government might still be in shutdown, but Best Week Ever is still going strong! Now, we’re not going to know who’s having the Best Week Ever until a brand new episode of Best Week Ever airs tomorrow, October 11, at 10/9 C, but that’s not going to stop us from putting some names out there. We’ve got some fresh behind-the-scene clips from the cast of Best Week Ever to whet your pop culture whistle. The only question we have? Who do YOU think is having the Best Week Ever?
Love is in the air…or at least William Shakespeare‘s Romeo & Juliet is smack back in the middle of the zeitgeist. Orlando Bloom is currently starring opposite Condola Rashad in a new bi-racial Broadway production of the play and British cutie Douglas Booth will star will break teenaged girls’ hearts in the new film adaptation that opens this upcoming weekend.
So, what is it about Romeo & Juliet that keeps audiences coming back for more? Is it the tragic romance? Is it the beautiful blank verse? Or is it because Romeo is just so darn hot?