Goodbye, guys selling “Too Close for Comfort” reruns to emerging markets that have yet to discover the joys of Jim J. Bullock.
Our fair city hasn’t had an easy time of it lately.
Celebrity litigator Patty Hewes and high-end escort Hannah Baxter don’t have much in common.
I’ve got a bad feeling about this one, Jack.
New year. New “Chuck.” New Chuck.
It must have been sneaked onto the air by some conscientious VH1 employee while everyone else at the channel was busy scouring the country for fading celebrities and dozens of young women, with little more than daddy issues and a dream, willing to have sex with them.
Whatever you may think of “The Jay Leno Show,” it has made compiling a list of the year’s best TV much easier.
When I was a kid, I often wanted to crawl inside my TV. Usually around the time “Charlie’s Angels” — and, more specifically, Cheryl Ladd — came on.
No matter how petty, jealous and materialistic some of them might seem — (cough) Tamra Barney (cough) — it’s hard not to feel at least a little sorry for the women of “The Real Housewives of Orange County” (10 p.m. Thursdays, Bravo).