’The Office’ writer and actress dissects her favorite romantic comedy.
Somehow, a fight between Sammi and Ronnie becomes a fight between Sammi and JWOWW. Elsewhere, Mike has a thing with a tranny.
Could a romantic comedy be made out of your life? Yes!
The boys juggle hook-ups, Sammi finds the anonymous note, and Snooki mourns her relationship with Emilio.
Sookie is a fairy. Or one of the “old people.” Lame.
The girls concoct a crazy plan to tell Sammi about Ronnie’s infidelities. So who was this week’s classiest cast member? And why didn’t Pauly get more screen time?
The ad agency gives us some zippy comebacks to the allegations that it’s full of “retards.”
One lovely lady gets sick, and then another, and then another …
With our favorite couple now in splitsville, who is there left to root for?
“The Queen of Mean” chats with us about the ins and outs of roasting and insult comedy, and why she doesn’t like to make fun of people she hates.
Who won this week’s Class-Off? Hint: It’s not Ronnie.
The ‘Park and Recreation’ star on avoiding typecasting, the weirdness of Comic-Con, and why April and Andy were meant to be.
Secrets and older boys, that is. He’s hot and out of high school — watch out, he might murder you!
All the lunatics from the previous seasons return, and much fast-forwarding is necessary.
The actress discusses last week’s episode.
Each week, we pick the classiest of the bunch. Find out who won on last night’s episode! (Hint: It’s not Angelina.)
The actor talks about why one show succeeds over another, how being an actor is like being a baseball player, and his first step into comedy.
Read this post in case you’re planning on fishing alone in tropical waters near a lot of hungry sharks. It could save your life!
Roberto wins and Ali jumps for joy, but not before preemptively dumping Chris. Way to go, Ali!
“The gray hair is all mine.”