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Reigning Men: Five Favorite Male TV Characters

May 2nd, 2011 1:00pm EDT
Steve McGarrett Alex O'Loughlin
The birds are chirping. The flowers are blooming. The temperatures are rising. All these wonderful changes herald the most beloved and bittersweet time of year for this lover of pop culture: May sweeps. While I’m all atwitter with excitement about the final episodes of my favorite shows (Seriously, I tweet about it.), I’m almost inconsolable over the impending loss when regular season shows go into hiatus. And I’m not talking about nuanced plotlines or even the hook-up no one saw coming. No, what I will miss the most are the pecs and abs, the swagger and snark of my favorite male char...
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Pilot Recap: The Who’s Who And What’s What Of 'Parenthood'

March 4th, 2010 9:27am EST
Parenthood
The premiere of the ensemble dramedy “Parenthood” felt a lot like a typical family gathering – some parts are good, some parts are bad, and you’re full by the time you leave. In this Pilot episode, we met about 20 characters in as many minutes, and spent the rest of the hour sorting out who was who, as a whole lot of plot points began to materialize. In summary, here’s what we learned:

At the top of the Braverman family tree are Zeek and Camille played by Craig T. Nelson and Bonnie Bedelia. The senior-most Mom and Dad in the ‘hood have four adult children, who are now in various stages of...
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Friends, Lovers And Special Guest Stars On 'Eli Stone'

December 10th, 2008 11:31am EST
Seal
Things just keep on chugging along on "Eli Stone," despite word of the series' impending doom. This week, Eli (Jonny Lee Miller) takes some time off from wooing rich clients and/or saving the world and instead focuses on helping someone very near and dear to him, his assistant Patti (Loretta Devine). Other continuing storylines concern Jordan's (Victor Garber) disintegrating marriage and the Dowd/Taylor baby saga, the latter of which features a special appearance by Seal. So let's check in on our favorite San Franciscans (well, aside from Danny Tanner of course), shall we?

Fun at th...
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Eli Takes Down A Philanthropist On 'Eli Stone'

December 3rd, 2008 11:13am EST
Eli Stone
It has been a few episodes since Eli (Jonny Lee Miller) and Jordan (Victor Garber) started their own firm, and things have been going anything but smoothly since. The duo lost most of their former employees to Posner & Klein, are having a tough time attracting clients that will pay the bills, and are just finding the San Francisco legal waters to be rough in general. Things pick up right where they left off last time - with Eli having alienated the firm's biggest client by choosing to represent his son in an emancipation hearing.

Emancipating LJ (err…I mean JJ)

In the previous E...
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Choosing Sides On 'Eli Stone'

November 12th, 2008 11:18am EST
Eli Stone
When last we saw Eli Stone and friends, Jordan (Victor Garber) had been ousted from the firm that he helped create. He and Eli (Jonny Lee Miller) decided to partner up and create a new, kinder and gentler firm of their own. That means that all of the lawyers and staff of the former Wethersby, Posner & Klein are given a very difficult choice to make - stay loyal to Jordan and leave Posner & Klein, or accept a huge raise from Martin Posner (Tom Amandes). The decision is an easy one for some, more difficult for others, but honestly, the majority of the people who have to make the decision a...
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Sigourney Is The New George On 'Eli Stone'

October 15th, 2008 11:30am EDT
Eli Stone
When last we left everyone's favorite heartless lawyer turned defender of the defenseless, he had just undergone an operation to remove a dangerous aneurysm from his brain. It wasn't clear at the time whether Eli's (Jonny Lee Miller) visions also would disappear once the aneurysm was gone, as that whole "Lostish" science vs. faith argument was a major component of the show's first season. In the end, Eli hoped that with the aneurysm out of his brain, his visions would cease, and he could go back to living a normal live.

Whether or not he could go back to a normal way of life may have...
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