The "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." star collected on a bet with a passerby who was convinced he was someone else entirely.
(Spoiler!) Like on "House," it's not Lupus.
He's a gift to Chance and also to viewers, because he's the kind of character for whose next scene you can't wait. It's relentlessly
Jaclyn tells Chance her estranged husband Raymond (Paul Adelstein) has threatened her life, at the same time Chance happens
Colman makes Burr into a scrappy, clever and appropriately hard-nosed underdog, while the six hours allows room for many of the supporting players to develop nuances, endearing and otherwise.
Dr. House from, you know, "ER."
This film is truly an enjoyable experience to watch. Director Brad Bird does an extraordinary job making this a master piece
Upon reflection, it turns out I've been looking forward to Tomorrowland more than I've been looking forward to any actual tomorrows. Which is ironic, because that is pretty much what this film -- directed by Brad Bird, who co-scripted with Damon Lindelof -- is about.
To prevent brain injuries, the CDC outlines various everyday strategies like wearing your seat belt, using handrails and
Laurie, who is best known as the brilliant but anti-social doctor Gregory House from hit TV series House, is very popular
While appearing on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," Hugh Laurie and Celine Dion participated in an extended segment that saw
I asked readers to suggest shows on Netflix worth checking out, and dozens of you came through.
Whether on TV or not, language is a tricky thing. Words can put people on the defensive -- or make them feel on top of the world. And, although, as the saying goes, "words can never hurt me," they can annoy the heck out of someone. For example, no one in 2013 should still be uttering 'bromance,' or 'oh, awkward' or 'binders full of women.'
Hugh Laurie joined Stephen Colbert on Monday's "Colbert Report" to bring his elegant gravitas to the most high-minded of