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Michelle Trachtenberg heading to Gossip Girl

by Allison Waldman, posted Mar 20th 2008 9:32AM
Michelle TrachtenbergWhen you want to conjure up some ratings magic, a special guest star always helps. And if you can get the star to commit for a few episodes during May sweeps, well that's even better. With that in mind, the CW has signed Michelle Trachtenberg for a multi-episode arc on Gossip Girl.

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The Simpsons: The Debarted - VIDEO

by Richard Keller, posted Mar 2nd 2008 11:19PM

The Debarted(S19E13)"Young man, I'm going to be on you like a numerator on a denominator" -- Principal Skinner to Donny the informant

It's been a looong time since we had an episode of The Simpsons that focused on that young rapscallion Bart and his status of Prankmaster at Springfield Elementary. Frankly, I was starting to get a bit worried that we wouldn't see one at all this season and that all we would get is one episode after another focusing on Homer and his hi-jinks. Luckily, someone at FOX or the offices of The Simpsons realized this and gave us an installment that not only reignited the feud between Bart and Principal Skinner, but parodied the Martin Scorsese film The Departed. Plus, it was actually a good episode.

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That '70s Show: Love of My Life / That '70s Finale (series finale)

by Joel Keller, posted May 18th 2006 9:51PM
That '70s Show(S08E21/S08E22) It's kind of weird that two shows that premiered at just about the same time are ending the same night. The other weird thing is that the first show to end its long run tonight, That '70s Show, couldn't be more different than the other one, Will & Grace. The other difference? That '70s Show didn't try to be any more than it was, which was just a fun half-hour. And the last two episodes didn't stray from that formula: they were light and funny without being overly sentimental.

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Wilmer Valderrama to make half a million per episode

by Bob Sassone, posted Sep 1st 2005 1:29PM

It's a world gone mad I tell ya. Mad!

Now that everyone is leaving That 70s Show, Wilmer Valderrama is the top guy on the show. And because he's the top guy, he's now going to make $500,000 an episode.

Things I would do for $500,000 a week:

  • Eat a live bug
  • Watch I Want To Be A Hilton non-stop for one month
  • Give up pizza forever

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