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Hannah intrudes into a recently divorced doctor’s life and realizes there might be more to attain in life than just a book deal. Oh. And she gets naked. A lot.
Episode four says goodbye to some relationships and hello to characters who place blame on anyone else but themselves.
Logo’s most popular show about a group of drag queens vying to follow in RuPaul’s oversized shoes premiered with a cast of performers with high ambition and higher drama.
How often do you get to fast-forward to the end of one of the most talked-about seasons in television? Enjoy that sensation with the Blu-ray or DVD of "Downton Abbey" - then go ahead, spoil it for all your friends on Facebook.
Hannah does coke. Marnie does Booth. And two friendships are done in the latest episode of "Girls."
The second episode of Season Two finds the regular gals of NYC adjusting to their new circumstances - to distressing and hilarious results.
This film received a lot of bad press from the Houses of McCain and Palin. Neither appreciated how their camps were portrayed. This is unfortunate as HBO has created a very good movie adaptation of the McCain/Palin campaign.
Season 2 starts off with a party that ends up bringing two unlikely characters together, a surprise relationship for Hannah, and a twist to the Hannah/Adam pairing.
Season 1 of this uneven series about the making of a Broadway musical is now on DVD with "bonus" content that’s sadder than the infamous Bollywood dream sequence.
Executive producer Alan Ball brings another odd and exciting show to the small screen that’s filled with enough quirky characters, plot twists and handsome men to hold your interest from the start.