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Heroes: Four Months Later (season premiere)

by JJ Hawkins, posted Sep 24th 2007 8:45PM
Heroes Season 2 Premiere

In honor of the season two premiere of Heroes, we've got a live chat scheduled to coincide with the show. Come on in and make your thoughts about the show be known in real-time.

Click here to join the chat.

The full review will be posted in this space later on this evening. The full reviewcap is now posted and can be seen after the jump.

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Kristen Bell is one of the Heroes

by Varun Lella, posted Aug 20th 2007 12:19AM
Kristen bellIt's casting drama times two! Heroes casting news is the Paris Hilton of TV news, you just can't go three days without hearing about it. If you haven't heard about it, you must not come to this website often.

Just last week, we heard that our favorite superpower drama was adding a little old school flair with some new school brattitude. Forgive me for saying brattitude.

It seems that Kristen Bell of Veronica Mars fame, who stirred up her own drama when rumors said she was going to join Lost and again when she decided against it, will be the newest edition addition to the Heroes cast -- which has now been recognized as its own country.

Potential spoilers after the jump.

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Project Runway: Finale (Part II)

by Annie Wu, posted Oct 19th 2006 7:34AM
Project Runway(S03E14) After minimal drama (drama that totally didn't live up to the previews), Jeffrey's outsourcing scandal was over and he was let off the hook. However, he was slightly over-budget, so he had to cut the blonde wigs out of his collection. I honestly thought the wigs would have negatively impacted his presentation, so it was probably lucky for him that he had to take away a couple hundred from his budget.

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Project Runway: Reunion

by Annie Wu, posted Oct 5th 2006 7:57AM
Project Runway(S03E12) Another season, another reunion episode that attempts to re-ignite flames from drowned embers. Could they have been any more desperate to start shit again? Seriously. Heidi and Tim were practically begging for Keith to have an embarrassing freak-out... for Angela and Jeffrey to throttle each other's throats... for Malan to get really self-conscious about his funny little laugh and shoot somebody in the face. (Un)Fortunately, none of that happened. There was a wee bit of heated discussion, but I didn't think it really lived up to the drama the previews promised.

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Project Runway: Black and White

by Annie Wu, posted Sep 14th 2006 6:57AM
Project Runway(S03E10) Damn those Project Runway producers. Damn. Them. To. Hell. How dare they bring back Vincent and Angela?... In the same episode?! I almost threw up on myself, I was so furious. I thought my Runway-related anger was ready to retire, but I guess it was too soon. No. The producers just had to make my blood boil one more time and now I've learned not to trust them. I'm ready for absolutely anything now... Go on, producers. Do your worst. Bring Wendy Pepper back and stick her in the final challenge.

I take that back. Please, please, please, for the love of everything that is good and holy, do not bring Wendy Pepper back.

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Project Runway: Couture du Jour

by Annie Wu, posted Sep 7th 2006 12:04PM
Project Runway(S03E09) To finish up their stay in France, the designers were challenged to create a dress employing various couture methods, including hand-sewing, beading, and embroidery (learn more about haute couture here). Although their budget was considerably higher ($375 American), their time limit of two days left everyone in crunch-time from the get-go.

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Daniel Franco's not so crazy

by Annie Wu, posted Feb 28th 2006 4:14PM
Daniel FrancoOn the first season of Project Runway, just one episode was enough to convince me that Daniel Franco was a little loopy. A little too much craziness and dancing but not enough talent to back it up. When he returned for another season, he definitely toned it down a little (good for you, Daniel!) but the folks at Project Runway still managed to portray him as the token weirdo. For example, when the designers had to show Heidi their sketches and ideas for the lingerie competition, Daniel whispered to her, "I want to show you something beautiful" and gave her this really weird smile. Whoa, buddy. Awkward. Well, giving him the "auf wiedersehen" didn't end the creepiness because on the latest episode (the reunion one), he said, seemingly out of nowhere, "I love you, Heidi".

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Olsen twins in Badgley Mischka ad campaign

by Anna Johns, posted Feb 16th 2006 8:05AM
olsens badgley mischkaAshley and Mary-Kate Olsen, a.k.a. "Michelle" on Full House, have transformed themselves into glamour girls. They're the faces of the Badgley Mischka ad campaign. Photos of the twins in expensive gowns will appear in Vogue, Vanity Fair, Elle, and InStyle magazines this Spring. Mark Badgley and James Mischka, creators of the fashion line, said the Olsen twins represent the edgy look they're going for. "They have an amazing sense of fashion and individuality that intrigued us," said the fashion duo in a statement. The New York Times coined their style as "Bobo", or Bohemian Bourgeois, where they pile on a bunch of clothes that don't match, but cost a bundle.

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