Jax and Carly fight their families doubts while all celebrate the union of Luke and Laura.
Kenan Thompson and DJ Rumple Sxillsxio try The Bitchslap Method.
This Super Show! is anything but. However, since it's a nostalgia title, your mileage is likely to vary.
This year the contenders are steeped in political drivel. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
007 origin story is gritty with a menacing, masculine Bond and a refreshing lack of camp, cartoonish adversaries and gadgets.
Two families are torn apart, but there is more to this story.
Laughs you make, very nice!
Why deal with Simon Cowell when you can win hundreds online?
Discretion is the better part of voluptuous. No, wait. Valor is the better part of the breast. Er, breasts are better - what is it?
What surprises me is not that people have resorted to violence in an attempt to enact social change, but that more haven't done so.
There are long-term consequences for the way we teach children in Bangladesh.
The citizens of Who-ville wouldn't have been joyful and triumphant had they awoken without their things and suddenly living in a different country.
My grandson asked to borrow the car, and reminded me of special times in my life with my father.
Today, we tend to view religion as an irrational if not dangerous force. This was not the case for a long time.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for November 19, 2006
Carrie Fisher hijacks a production slot at the Geffen for a funny – if non-theatrical – seminar on celebrity.
Yahoo! Tech's Holiday Gift Center is here to help you this holiday season.
Book Two of The Circle Trilogy: Time is running out as Larkin and Blair fight the love and need that fills them.
Philip Brown predicts future trends in the collective from 2008 to 2024, based on astrology.
Each word will sear on your skin and leave a lasting impression.
Nirvana's final studio album goes under the microscope in this latest entry in the groovy 33 1/3 music analysis book series.
The shadings of grey between the black and white of a conviction or arrest makes up the world Detective Inspector John Rebus calls home.
"I am interested in the way people have stories and myths in their heads and how they make themselves out of those stories."
New Yorker magazine’s Pulitzer-prize journalist has uncovered a great hoax to flatten a great literary reputation.
That’s right, stinks. The Irish beat up on a patsy for the eighth week in a row. Big deal.
Why not be positive?
UC knocks the Scarlet Knights from the ranks of the unbeaten, 30-11.
Michigan had its shot to knock off the Buckeyes. It came close, but that's not enough.
I really thought Michigan would win after Schembechler died. So just give the Heisman to Troy Smith, okay?
With California songs from Brian Wilson to Merle Haggard, a beautifully realized album completes its harmony in finely-rendered liner notes.
On this great live DVD, the Philadelphia bred Marah belly up to a bar in Spain and proceed to play their asses off.
His distinctive vibrato and styling are impossible to mistake for anyone else.
One year later his concert still impresses.
Did Nirvana save rock and roll or did they simply kill rock stars off altogether?
The successful deterrence of an Israeli house demolition by hundreds of Palestinian activists is a triumph for the Palestinian resistance.
Blaming the press for policy gone awry.
Riots, shootings, stabbings, robberies - it's more than just part of the game, it's part of the shopping experience for the Playstation 3.
Fun? Yes. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious? Nope.
The hype is greater than the product
The names all serve a purpose and tell a story, forever perpetuating the unique culture that only the luxury of tobacco can possess.