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  • Emmys 2013: Kunal Nayyar ready for next phase of 'Big Bang's' Raj

    Kunal Nayyar's character Raj Koothrappali had a breakthrough at the end of last season on "The Big Bang Theory." He can finally talk to women without consuming alcohol first. His character is usually mute when there's a female nearby, but now that he...
  • Emmys 2013: Date, time, TV channel, preview and more!

     
    There's just one big question on everyone's mind going into the Emmys 2013: How can it be that this is only Neil Patrick Harris' second time hosting? Seriously, I mean, doesn't it seem like the guy has hosted every awards show for the past five years?...
  • Emmys 2013: 'Breaking Bad's' Anna Gunn has the last word

    Emmys 2013: 'Breaking Bad's' Anna Gunn has the last word
    Sometimes, winning really is the best revenge. Just ask Anna Gunn. The actress, who stars as Skyler White in "Breaking Bad," took home her first Emmy on Sunday night — for supporting actress in a drama series — a fitting rebuke to the...
  • 'Breaking Bad' tops Emmys amid many upsets

    'Breaking Bad' tops Emmys amid many upsets
    In an Emmy night marked by both jaw-dropping upsets and predictably safe choices, "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan summed up the wild mood swings at TV's top awards ceremony this year. "I thought this was gonna be [for] 'House of Cards,'"...
  • Emmys 2013 winners, losers: “Breaking Bad,” “Modern Family” win top awards

     
    Two words that best sum up Emmys 2013: “Breaking Sad.” It was three hours filled with tributes to fallen stars, odd reminders of 50-year-old national tragedies and a victory lap for AMC's much-loved but little-awarded drama Breaking Bad....
  • 'Breaking Bad' creator Vince Gilligan talks about the journey to the grand finale, and beyond

    'Breaking Bad' creator Vince Gilligan talks about the journey to the grand finale, and beyond
    For Walter White, judgment day is at hand. Legions of bingeing, borderline addicts of the meth-dealing anti-hero of AMC's "Breaking Bad" will receive their final fix Sunday as the newly crowned Emmy-winning series ends. Whether fans will want to cheer,...
  • 'Breaking Bad' begins to go out with a brilliant bang!

    "COKE, the pause that refreshes!" That was the famous advertising line for Coca-Cola back in the day. Let me paraphrase that: "'Breaking Bad,' the show that never disappoints!" (I think this is appropriate; both Coca-Cola and "Breaking Bad" are American...
  • War looms, and we dance on the precipice with Miley and the Kardashians

    "GOD CREATED war so that Americans would learn geography," said Mark Twain. IT'S DIFFICULT to write about silly popular culture when it seems we are on the verge of yet another war or "conflict" or "preventive" measure -- now in Syria. Well, there is...
  • What does the future hold for our favorite meth cooks -- Walt and Jesse?

    "I DON'T do drugs. I am drugs," said the master of surreal art, Salvador Dali. IT WAS fun seeing the entire cast of "Breaking Bad" on "Conan" the other night (actress Anna Gunn came out clutching her well-deserved Emmy.) And it is fascinating to...
  • Delia Ephron captures her sister Nora, and the rest of her family, in an amazingly candid new book

    "At Nora's memorial service, Martin Short quoted Nora: 'Hazelnuts are what's wrong with Europe.' It got a big laugh. It was my line. "Tom Hanks quoted this dialogue about falling in love from 'Sleepless in Seattle' -- 'It was like coming home, but not to...
  • Review: On 'Breaking Bad,' Walter White comes clean

    In what may be the first recorded (and distinctly over-tweeted) perfect finale in television history, AMC's "Breaking Bad" came to a close Sunday night. Not only did Vince Gilligan's five-season, hyper-violent prose poem to midlife male frustration...