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By Joe Diliberto Posted: May 14, 2009
One thing I can count on is that stuff will happen in the season finale of LOST. Lives will be...er, lost, and stuff will get blowed up good. And boy, did stuff ever happen! Perhaps the biggest development was the death of Juliet. Is she really dead? I think so.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: May 13, 2009
"People never do that," gushed a breathless Kara DioGuardi after Kris performed on AMERICAN IDOL. What did he do that was so amazing? He played guitar while singing. Apparently, professional songwriter DioGuardi has never seen that before.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: May 12, 2009
GOSSIP GIRL unleashed its "backdoor pilot" for a spin-off that centers on Lily's adventures as a teen back in the 1980s. It was framed as a flashback in which the current Lily van der Woodsen (Kelly Rutherford) recalled the first time she was arrested, when she was played by Brittany Snow (ex-Daisy, GUIDING LIGHT; ex-Meg, AMERICAN DREAMS).
By Joe Diliberto Posted: May 8, 2009
As of this week, John Locke is large and in charge on LOST. He strutted through the Others' village like a conquering hero — or the returning king that he is.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: May 6, 2009
Anyone who watched last night's installment of RESCUE ME witnessed Michael J. Fox's Emmy reel — and perhaps the series' bid for writing and best drama.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: Apr 30, 2009
This week's LOST had a real fun twist ending: Daniel Faraday was apparently shot to death by his own mother, Eloise Hawking, in 1977. I say "apparently," because nobody said he's dead — but he sure looked dead. Still, on the Island, dead ain't exactly dead, LOL.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: Apr 29, 2009
I knew I could expect something fun when this week's episode of FRINGE opened with the strains of Bauhaus' goth classic "Bela Lugosi's Dead," in a clear homage to Tony Scott's 1983 vampire movie, The Hunger.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: Apr 28, 2009
I have to say, the season finale of HEROES felt very slapped together, as if the-powers-that-be decided to cut bait and get out of Volume 4 by any means necessary. Sure, there was a significant death — Nathan — but c'mon, the junior senator from New York has been a constant target throughout the series.
By Joe Diliberto Posted: Apr 27, 2009
Daytime invaded prime time on Friday, when YOUNG AND RESTLESS's Thad Luckinbill (J.T) and Amelia Heinle (Victoria) and BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL's Lesli Kay (Felicia) visited GHOST WHISPERER to play...soap opera stars!
By Joe Diliberto Posted: Apr 24, 2009
I have to hand it to SUPERNATURAL for being such a crafty show. (Is it witchcraft?) Producers used the pathetic cliché of the surprise son to deepen Sam and Dean's understanding of their late father, John