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288 results for "Pat Clark"
I may be getting soft in my middle age. This sad assessment is based on recent reaction to a pair of cable TV shows one that just finished its season and one that's just debuted. I
Another shift looms in the comedy ranks at "Saturday Night Live," just the latest in a long line of goings and comings over the past 37 years of late-night TV mockery and parody.
We've taken sides in the newsroom on Drew Barrymore's look at the Golden Globes on Sunday. Frankly, it's gotten a bit mean-spirited.
I can't quite put my finger on it, but something is not quite right now that the two satellite radio providers -- Sirius and XM -- have merged. It's not that I dislike the reworked stations. But it's not that I like them, either. ...
A few years ago, I had occasion to discuss the rights and wrongs of children and television with a couple who just had welcomed their first baby.
My apathy runneth over. About the new fall TV season, that is.
I'm having a bit of a Robert Wagner moment. Which is odd, since I usually don't have moments over 78-year-old men.
Rachel Zoe stylist to the stars isn't happy when people trivialize what she does. She must not be happy much.
A lot of things have changed in America since the 1960s. A lot for the better, to be sure. But recently watching the AMC drama "Mad Men" currently set in 1963 got me thinking about one thing in particular that's hug...
Seventh sign of the apocalypse and counting. A recent episode on Bravo TV's "Shear Genius" (yes, I'm the one person who watched this show that featured weekly challenges by hairstylists vying for $100,000 and the oh-so...