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Rob

Member since: Apr 20th, 2006

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'America's Got Talent' - 'Episode 512' Vegas Week Recap (AOL TV)

Jul 8th 2010 8:58AM My theory is that a few clangers were put through to the Final 48 in order to ensure that the producers' preferred acts actually survive the early voting.

If all 48 acts were good, there might have been some upsets... and how can we have our desired results if the public vote for the wrong people????

And does anyone believe that Piers, Sharon, and Howie make the casting decisions alone? Of course not. The dog-and-pony show on the podium is staged, and has nothing to do with the casting decisions.

Liveblogging the 59th Annual Emmys (AOL TV)

Sep 16th 2007 10:50PM And now, the annual Emmy endgame, as the major awards winners are rushed offstage faster than Sanjaya at a karaoke contest, because the filler material took up too much time... :)

What's On Tonight: Tennis, Feasting On Asphalt, Bob Saget (AOL TV)

Aug 25th 2007 5:59PM Umm... the new SNME on NBC was last week. It's SNL Best of 2006-07 (best is a relative term, I guess) tonight.

Review: See No Evil (Cinematical)

May 20th 2006 7:04AM Actually, wrestling fans will be glad to watch as "See No Evil" tanks at the box office and in reviews.

WWE head honcho Vince McMahon has spent much of the last 20 years spitting on the business that has made him rich while trying and failing to "diversify" -- he's tried to be a bodybuilding impresario (failed in 2 years), a football league founder (failed in 6 months), and now he's trying to be a movie producer.

While it's a fact that wrestlers are acting, it doesn't mean they belong on a movie screen. Most of them couldn't act their way out of a high-school production... as Glen "Kane" Jacobs has no doubt proven in "See No Evil".

The next WWE Films production is scheduled to star white-boy rapper John Cena. Prepare to cringe again.

Rumor Alert: AOL to attempt MySpace assault (Download Squad)

Apr 20th 2006 6:45PM The inertia of 70-million MySpace accounts means that AOL's MySpace Killer has a lot of work to do.

It's going to have to be so much better, easier, and buzz-ier than MySlow before it'll make so much as a dent in the numbers.