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You Know You Love Her: ‘Gossip Girl’ Final Season

You Know You Love Her: ‘Gossip Girl’  Final Season

By LEIGH WILLIAMS
Girls everywhere waited with bittersweet anticipation Monday night for the premier of the sixth, and final, season of “Gossip Girl,” which did not fail to deliver the dish on the scandalous lives of Manhattan’s elite.

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Hijinks Ensue on Final Season Premiere of ‘30 Rock’

Hijinks Ensue on Final Season Premiere of ‘30 Rock’

By CLAIRE WINKLER
The kickoff to NBC’s Comedy Night Thursday was a bittersweet one for those who have stuck with Liz Lemon, played by Tina Fey, and the deliciously mismatched cast of “30 Rock” from the first episode.  A critical darling since the pilot aired, “30 Rock” premiered its eighth and final season.

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“New Girl” Not so New Anymore

“New Girl” Not so New Anymore

By CLAIRE WINKLER The season premier of Fox’s hit sitcom, “New Girl,” saw Zooey Deschanel back in high quirky form as Jess Day, leader of her band of misfit boys.  A double episode special, the four main characters all saw their share of wacky highs and awkward lows.   The first episode in the special […]

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Season Eight Premiere of ‘How I Met Your Mother’ More Serious Than Funny

By CAROLINE FORD Readers take notice, because Mondays are about to get a lot more exciting. Sept. 24 featured the much-anticipated season eight premiere of “How I Met Your Mother.” Millions tuned in to view, leaving those who missed it to wonder if this episode lived up to the hype. The show picks up with […]

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Comical Shenanigans at the Emmys

Comical Shenanigans at the Emmys

By NANCY BELLE Last Sunday, the Emmys were ruled by two shows, “Homeland” and “Modern Family.” On Sept. 23, “Modern Family” continued to lead the awards show as it has in the past. It garnered the prize for Outstanding Directing of a Comedy Series, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for Julie Bowen, “Outstanding […]

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‘Glee’ Confuses Audiences With Number of Characters

By NANCY BELLE “Glee” is a show that you really need to watch starting from the first episode for it to fully make sense. While the plot is nowhere near as complex as other shows like “Lost,” which require background knowledge to understand, the number of main characters and their back-stories and relationships with each […]

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Is ‘Animal Practice’ the New ‘House?’

By CHELSEA FULLER NBC’S newest show, “Animal Practice,” reeled in viewers with promises of a good laugh and literal monkey business, but do they measure up? The show takes place mainly in Crane Animal Hospital, though it seems some antics will be shown throughout recognizable sections of New York City.  Lead veterinarian and protagonist, George […]

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‘New Normal’ is Uncomfortable

‘New Normal’ is Uncomfortable

By NANCY BELLE Nothing feels worse than waiting all summer for a new, highly expected sitcom only to watch the first episode and realize that you had already seen all the funny parts in the commercials that aired throughout the summer. This is the feeling you may experience if you choose to watch NBC’s new […]

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‘Drag Rage’ Isn’t Your Grandpa’s Drag Show

‘Drag Rage’ Isn’t Your Grandpa’s Drag Show

Television viewers can get an eye-full of fake hair, fake breasts, barely-there outfits, and pounds of makeup on any number of shows, but something makes them a little different on “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” Perhaps the fact that all the contestants are male. The fourth season of the show premiered with a bang to more than […]

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