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DVR Divas: What We Love About 'Parenthood'; Kate Gosselin's 'DWTS' Exit

by Patricia Chui, posted Apr 26th 2010 11:18PM
ParenthoodWhen Maura Tierney dropped out of 'Parenthood' to focus on her cancer treatment, it looked like trouble for the midseason show. But things have not only gotten better -- they've gotten great.

Patricia Chui, Brooke Tarnoff, Denise Warner and Kelly Woo talk about how and why 'Parenthood' has become one of NBC's nicest surprises. Welcome back, Lauren Graham!

Also: Kate Gosselin's long overdue departure from 'Dancing With the Stars' -- do we feel sorry for her, or think it's long past time for her to exit the spotlight?

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DVR Divas: HBO's 'Treme,' and Bye-Bye, 'Ugly Betty'

by Patricia Chui, posted Apr 16th 2010 5:30PM
Ugly BettyWith apologies to the Beatles, this past week 'Ugly Betty' said goodbye, and 'Treme' said hello.

Patricia Chui, Mike Hess, Denise Warner and Kelly Woo discuss the premiere of HBO's new drama 'Treme' -- can it live up to its predecessor, 'The Wire'? Does it make us know what it means to miss New Orleans?

And we bid farewell to 'Ugly Betty' with a look at how Betty's story ended (or, started anew) on the series finale, including the ambiguous ending with Daniel. Plus we throw in our favorite series finales ever, just for fun, because we're givers that way.

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DVR Divas: 'Bones' and Other TV Couples, the Return of 'Glee'

by Patricia Chui, posted Apr 12th 2010 4:30PM
Bones'Bones' just aired its 100th episode, and used the occasion to tease Bones and Booth's potential romantic relationship with a kiss ... that happened in the past. Is the show, by trying not to pull a 'Moonlighting,' toying with fans too much?

Patricia Chui, Chris Harnick, Andrew Scott and Denise Warner (of Girls on Pop fame), in discussing how the 'Bones' 100th episode may be the last straw for loyal viewers, reminisce about other will-they-or-won't-they TV couples (Mulder and Scully, Jim and Pam, Ross and Rachel) and whether or not they ruined their shows.

Also: We're psyched for the second-half premiere of 'Glee,' and we tell you what's in store for the 'Glee' kids this season -- as well as what the show needs to do to keep being great.

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DVR Divas: Changes to 'So You Think You Can Dance,' TV Shows We're Hoarding

by Patricia Chui, posted Apr 3rd 2010 12:20PM
So You Think You Can Dance hosts'American Idol' and 'Dancing With the Stars' are in full swing, but there's another big reality-competition show on the horizon: 'So You Think You Can Dance.'

Patricia Chui, Kelly Woo and guest Brooke Tarnoff (of Girls on Pop) discuss the recently announced changes to the show's format: Will they make the show better, or worse? And which of the three people on the right will reportedly be spending less time at the judges' table?

Plus: The end of the once-beloved '24,' which shows we've been hoarding on our DVRs (breaking up is just so hard to do), and the iPad episode of 'Modern Family.'

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DVR Divas: 'Dancing With the Stars' Kicks Off, 'The Hills' Sunsets

by Kelly Woo, posted Mar 29th 2010 5:00PM
Pamela Anderson, Dancing With the StarsThe birds are chirping, the daffodils are blooming and celebrities are dancing -- spring is here!

My fellow AOL TV staffers, Andrew Scott and Chris Harnick, joined me to talk about the new season of 'Dancing With the Stars.' We dish about Pam Anderson's hair, whether Kate Gosselin would be eliminated first and which contestants surprised us.

Plus: We talk about the end of 'The Hills,' the end of Izzie on 'Grey's Anatomy' and more!

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DVR Divas: 'American Idol' Top 12, Loving 'Cougar Town, 'Big Love' Finale

by Patricia Chui, posted Mar 16th 2010 7:00AM
Cougar TownDVR Divas is back, and Kelly and Patricia have lots to talk about -- starting with the 'American Idol' Top 12 (not to co-opt our SomethingPitchy cohorts, but given this season's shocking ousters, we just couldn't resist), moving on to our surprising love of 'Cougar Town' and how it's better than 'Scrubs,' and ending with just what went wrong with this season of 'Big Love.'

Check out the broadcast below.

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DVR Divas, Drama Queens Podcasts: Two Become One

by Kelly Woo, posted Jan 8th 2010 6:00PM
ABCIt's a new year and a new decade, and we decided it was time to make peace, not podcast war!

So, I and my fellow Drama Queen Patricia Chui and our lovely DVR Diva Sandy Deane have merged our two podcasts into one mega, action-packed, dramalicious good time. We are uniting under the moniker of DVR Divas (who will always been drama queens at heart).

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DVR Divas: Why It's Just Not Easy Choosing the Best Shows of the Decade

by Sandra Deane, posted Dec 14th 2009 6:30PM
SopranosAs the '00s come to a close, AOL TV editors Sandy Deane and Kelly Woo look back at the best shows of the decade. It was a great time for television - so many cable gems, so many ways to watch - that this list was really difficult (and rewarding) to compile. They continue the debate over where their personal favorites landed on the list and talk about how to deal with the year-end TV blues.

Also, find out what's in store for 'Ugly Betty.' Can a time slot change save the Mode crew?

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DVR Divas: Giving Thanks for Great TV

by Sandra Deane, posted Nov 24th 2009 3:30PM
True Blood - DVR Divas Thankful for True BloodIn a special edition of DVR Divas, AOL Television editor Sandy Deane welcomes the Drama Queens hosts Kelly Woo and Patricia Chui for a mash-up broadcast. The ladies give thanks for all the great TV they've experienced this year. From 'True Blood' to 'Modern Family' and shows that called it quits, there was a lot of quality scripted television worthy of our gratitude.

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DVR Divas: Fixing 'Flash Forward'

by Sandra Deane, posted Nov 17th 2009 2:32PM
ABC's Flash ForwardAOL TV editor Sandy Deane and AOL.com editor Ali Gazan love 'FlashForward,' but they agree the show needs to make some changes to become the stellar drama it deserves to be. The dynamic duo debate the finer points of how to fix 'FlashForward,' why '30 Rock' needs more Alec Baldwin (and Will Arnett!), the travesty of January Jones on 'SNL' and the latest TV cancellations.

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DVR Divas: Biting Into 'Vampire Diaries'

by AOL TV Staff, posted Nov 10th 2009 12:29PM
Ian Somerhalder on Vampire DiariesSuperheroes are so 2006; vampires are the hotness right now. Sandy Deane and Kelly Woo grill John Kubicek from BuddyTV about why he's still hanging on to lame duck 'Heroes,' then explains why he thinks 'The Vampire Diaries' is the most "daring" and "shocking" show on TV today.

Plus we gush about the 'Bored to Death' season finale and debate if the Heather Locklear effect will fix 'Melrose Place' when she joins the cast next week.

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DVR Divas Podcast: All Sci-Fi Edition

by AOL TV Staff, posted Nov 4th 2009 8:03PM
Welcome to the sci-fi nerd edition of DVR Divas. AOL TV editor Sandy Deane and Lemondrop's sci-fi heroine Julieanne Smolinski dissect the new take on the classic alien-invasion drama 'V,' why 'Battlestar Galactica' nearly took over Julieanne's life and what makes 'The Plan' a must for 'BSG' fans.

Then the Divas bond over their mutal dislike for Katherine Heigl (because, Katherine, it's creepy when you have hardcore makeout sessions with your gay BFF on national TV) and annoying medical drama cliches.

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DVR Divas Podcast: Samantha Harris' Hair Affair

by AOL TV Staff, posted Oct 20th 2009 7:49PM
Editors Sandy Deane and Andy Scott take issue with 'Dancing With the Stars' host Samantha Harris, and with her hair -- what the frizz?! Plus, why 'Bored to Death' is never boring, and why 'Glee' is sometimes off-key.

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DVR Divas Podcast: 'The Office' Wedding Spectacular

by AOL TV Staff, posted Oct 13th 2009 7:00PM
It seems like everybody watched Jim and Pam get hitched on 'The Office' last week -- and of course AOL TV editors Sandy Deane, Kelly Woo and Patricia Chui were no exception. Hear why they thought it was the best.episode.ever.

Plus, the demise of 'Southland' prompts a debate about the future of NBC (adios for now, hot cop Ben McKenzie) and they ponder whether 'Project Runway' sucks this season.

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DVR Divas Podcast: Getting 'Lost'

by AOL TV Staff, posted Oct 5th 2009 6:00PM
Jorge Garcia as Hurley on LostFall TV, schmall TV ... AOL TV editors Sandy Deane and Kelly Woo want to know about the final season of 'Lost.' Luckily, TVGuide.com's Natalie Abrams called in with juicy scoop about the bomb, Hurley's love life (not looking good) and what the premiere episode's title might mean.

Plus, the ladies dish about the hotness of the Notorious B.A.G. (Brian Austin Green) and the 'Glee'-ful vocal stylings of Kristin Chenoweth -- and how both need their own shows right now.

Listen after the jump ...

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