"My advice is don’t marry somebody in advertising."
Very. We'll take that Simpsons "Treehouse of Horror" episode over this show any day.
"Kevin has moved from 'defending his house' into sheer malice."
Joaquin Phoenix does in Paul Thomas Anderson's new film. But is it actually possible?
The following contains spoilers of the filmic and medical varieties. Don't read until you've seen The Dark Knight Rises.
Could Ted's talking stuffed bear be a manifestation of some deep psychological imprint involving his mother, a pet, and a happy ending?
"Based on my knowledge, the mob looks at these TV shows as a mockery of what they do."
We're experts on TV cops, but we needed someone who knows real cops to tell us if Linden and Holder are any good.
Can a Pill Really Unlock New Parts of Your Mind? An Expert Debunks the ‘10 Percent of Your Brain’ Myth
Good news: You can stop doing crossword puzzles.
Can a Ballerina Make Out With Her Alternate Self? An Expert Debunks Multiple-Personality Movie Tropes
Do all real split-personality patients have a "little girl" alter? Do they talk to themselves in the mirror? And much more.
Are mirrors really detrimental to a dancer's mental state? We find out!