Bill Cosby's present is secure. Despite the seventeen women (so far) who have publicly come forward with notably similar allegations of drug-enabled sexual assault, the comedian received standing ovations for his stand-up performances in the Bahamas and in Florida recently. His comeback tour will li ... More >>
By now everyone has heard that Bill Cosby - the beloved Dr. Huxtable from the 1980s hit sitcom, "The Cosby Show," and before that, tennis coach Alexander Scott on "I Spy," from the '60s - has been publicly accused by at least ten women, including Lou Ferrigno's wife, of sexually abusing them, or of ... More >>
For those who grew up in the decade between 1985 and 1995, there was no cooler destination in TV Land than Nickelodeon. Free of the artificial constraints of edutainment, the network delivered just what kids wanted: crass, silly shows bathed in torrents of slime. Unlike the safe, sanitized territory ... More >>
Comedy Central announced an awards show devoted to comedy today. It will be called The Comedy Awards and will air simultaneously on Comedy Central, VH1, Spike, TV Land and Nick at Night on March 26. On one hand, comedy does tend to get boned in the other major awards, particularly the Oscars ... More >>
Those of you watching the Cafewestword twitter feed over the weekend already know that I survived my night "cooking" at Mezcal without any serious difficulties. Nothing got burned down, no one got punched and, by the time we were done, we'd managed to serve several turns of the dining room ... More >>
Christian Finnegan keeps comedy indie.
Next week, Jim Dalton, the Railbenders' affable frontman, is slated to perform a song at an inauguration party in Washington, D.C., hosted by Norman Lear, the man responsible for This Is Spinal Tap and the classic '70s sitcoms that are now TV Land mainstays, such as All in the Family, Maude, Sanfo ... More >>
Maureen McCormick dishes Marcia Bradys dirt.
Bewitched delivers just what you'd expect: absolutely nothing.
The art of the deal
A Week in the Life
One Degree of Separation
With clipped wings, Charlie's Angels fly way too low to the ground.
The men behind this season's best shows -- and biggest failures -- blame it all on Regis.
THIS YEAR'S CHRISTMAS DISCS PROVIDE SOME ROUGH SLEDDING.