Jason Alexander returns to primetime in CBS's new comedy Listen Up (premiering Sept. 20 at 8:30 p.m.). This time around, Alexander's a well-renowned sports broadcaster who finds it hard to command respect when it comes to his own family.
It was a typical Friday night when I embarked on the arduous trek to North Philadelphia. You can't miss La Tierra Colombiana, the Cuban-Colombian diner located on North Fifth Street, lit up by neon lights.
"You don't lose all that booze from 40 years and 9,000 Percocets in just 28 days," spoke the all too frank Neil Stein, owner of three upscale dives downtown, to Philadelphia Weekly in regards to his recent rehabilitation.
It seems the French have a little longing for America in them after all. It's true--we may have taken their fries, their toast, even their kisses, but after one viewing of Jet Lag, there's no denying that they want to steal something from us: a quality Hollywood-esque romantic comedy.
Emma (Kate Hudson) is a chic twenty-something trying to make her way as a stenographer in Boston. Alex (Luke Wilson) is a brilliant author whose computer is destroyed by the pair of Cuban criminals coming to collect the $100,000 he owes them.
Big Love is a chaotic depiction of gender domination and marital troubles. Fifty brides, represented by three actresses, infiltrate the Dali-inspired set in an attempt to create a larger than life performance.
Having just fled their pre-arranged marriages, these Greek goddesses sail to Italy to seek refuge in the home of a random middle-aged man, Piero, and his elderly mother.