It was sad -- Jay Leno's 22 years hosting The Tonight Show ended with all the excitement of a guy farting at the mall. We all talked about his joke stealing and his talk-show stealing and how he'd played to the middle, threw away his talent. We were happy to see him go back to his garage and all h ... More >>
Tonight The Office bids farewell after eight seasons and 200 episodes. Series finales have a complicated history; final episodes have left viewers with tears of joy as well as fists of fury as beloved characters have ended up in prison, happily in love, having mental breakdowns...or alone. Keep re ... More >>
Update:Ex-L.A. cop Christopher Dorner has been the subject of a massive manhunt for more than a week after allegedly killing three , including former Denver resident Keith Lawrence; see previous coverage below. Now, the crisis appears at an end, with charred remains found in a gutted California cabi ... More >>
It's pretend summer in Colorado! You know, that time of year (read: every single month) when it gets up to 80-plus degrees for a few days, long enough to make you forget that it's probably going to still snow-out your cousin's wedding in June? Last week, when we experienced one of those first gorgeo ... More >>
Photo by Kenny BeHad the truck in the photograph above not been in motion, I would have asked the driver about the Star of David and the squirrel. These are not the kind of window stickers that a person carefully places onto their car if they don't want to explain them. So I had to investigat ... More >>
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Triple Espresso has all the novelty of a Starbucks.
In David Brent's The Office, it's better to be popular than competent.
In comedy--and comebacks--it's all about the timing.
A kinder, gentler Eddie Murphy plays Daddy once more.
Saturday Night Live's prime player is rapidly outgrowing television's small screen
Full Frontal is shot in digital and hits the target: Hollywood.
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