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Tiffany Elle is a Cincinnati-based freelance entertainment writer and pop-culture critic. A self-proclaimed TV addict, Tiffany has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Cincinnati and is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. When she's not writing about TV shows that you probably should be watching, Tiffany enjoys listening to her favorite music, going to the beach and trying to get into Diddy's entourage.

‘Castle’ Recap: The Doctor’s In The…Casket?

October 19th, 2010 10:50am EDT
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Last night’s Castle episode “Anatomy of a Murder” had more twists and turns than Chubby Checker driving on a switchback mountain road during an earthquake. Yeah. It was intense, but managed to keep the humor.

The episode started with a scene at a Jewish funeral. When a bevy of pallbearers tried to lift and move the suspiciously heavy casket, it dropped, revealing that it was holding not one, but two dead bodies. Gross.

One of those bodies was that of Dr. Monroe, a female doctor who, as we find out later with the help of Detective Kate Beckett, her team and Castle, was hired by an NYPD det...
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'Castle' Recap: Of Psychic Proportions

September 28th, 2010 11:11am EDT
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In last night's episode, "He's Dead, She's Dead," a famous psychic named Vivienne was a murder victim, found dead, stuffed in her couch by her own daughter. Suffice it to say she probably should have seen this coming (zing!). Oh wait. Did she?

Castle (Nathan Fillion) thought so, as he tested, often annoyingly, Beckett’s (Stana Katic) skepticism about fate, psychics and the paranormal. Of course, Beckett and her team weren’t having that, as they are detectives who live by concrete evidence and logical explanations, and thus are, by default, skeptics.

Turns out that this Vivienne wasn’t as ...
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'Castle' Recap: He's Back (Whew!)

September 21st, 2010 10:07am EDT
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Occasional Castle viewers know that the ABC show is a crime detective/comedy series with a least one victim, one murderer, and a case to solve. But for us real Castle fans, we know that heart of the show is the comedy and romantic tension between the two main characters, crime novelist Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) and NYPD Detective Kate Beckett (Stana Katic). And, oh, was the tension ever so thick in last night's season three premiere.

If you forgot, Beckett was kinda sorta dating a robbery detective (Tom Denning) in the last few episodes of last year's wonderful season. Clearly, Castl...
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5 Movies Guys Shouldn't Watch

June 24th, 2010 9:06am EDT
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It’s easy to pick out movies that don’t particularly sit well with many American men. Cue the Chick Flicks. Beaches. Steel Magnolias. Waiting to Exhale. Anything with Meg Ryan. But some movies just flat out scare the bejesus out of men. Here are five movies that do just that, and possibly more.

Fatal Attraction: The premise: Man (Michael Douglas), although happily married, begins an affair with Other Woman (Glenn Close). Other Woman falls desperately in love with Man. Man is then turned off and tries to end affair. Other Woman says, “Oh hells no!” and turns into Psycho Chick. Psycho Chick ...
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5 TV Shows That (Maybe?) Should Be Made Into Movies

June 10th, 2010 9:13am EDT
5 TV Shows That (Maybe?) Should Be Made Into Movies
Turning classic TV shows into big screen movies seems to be the current forte in Hollywood. Sometimes they work (The Brady Bunch Movie, Mission: Impossible, Charlie’s Angels). Oftentimes they don’t (Bewitched, The Dukes of Hazzard, I Spy, The Honeymooners). In honor of yet another classic TV show being made into a movie (The A Team hits theaters this Friday, June 11), here are five classic TV shows that should have their own big screen adaptations – with all new casts, of course – sometime in the near future. Maybe.

Happy Days: Although set in 1950s and 1960s America, this classic sitcom r...
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Shhh! Hollywood's Best Kept Secrets

June 3rd, 2010 9:15am EDT
Hollywood’s Best Kept Secrets
Sandra Bullock shocked everyone in April when she revealed in People that she had adopted an infant son in January – before the Oscar win and before her split with soon-to-be-ex-husband Jesse James. How did Bullock manage to keep a secret of that magnitude that long, given that she and James started the adoption process in 2006? Seriously, how does any celebrity keep any secret for any long periods of time? Well, it does happen. Here are seven other best-kept secrets Hollywood has to offer.

Janet Jackson announces divorce and marriage – in the same breath: Jackson was together with long-ti...
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Hot! Hot! Hot! Your 2010 Summer Playlist

May 21st, 2010 9:00am EDT
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Is your iPod ready for summer? If not, here are 20 of some of the best songs, both old and new school, to help you enjoy these upcoming hot days and warm nights.

“Summertime” by DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince: For all of you born after 1995, Will Smith, at one time, had a successful hip-hop career with his BFF DJ Jazzy Jeff. This is one of their most popular and successful songs, garnering a Grammy in 1991.

“Cruel Summer” by Bananarama: Technically, no summer should be cruel. Or without a loved one. Or without this song.

“Alejandro” by Lady Gaga: The name “Alejandro” remin...
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Top TV & Movie Secretaries In Honor Of Administrative Professionals Day

April 21st, 2010 8:56am EDT
Top TV & Movie Secretaries
They work hard. They keep things in order. They are oftentimes unappreciated. In honor of Administrative Professionals Day (April 21), here are the 10 best and memorable TV and movie secretaries, receptionists and personal assistants.

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Sydney Andrews (Laura Leighton) Melrose Place

Let's do this list right by starting with some crazy. Sydney was the schizophrenic secretary who made her bitchy boss Amanda Woodward (Heather Locklear) look like a princess. With all that dying, coming back to life, murdering and plenty of revenge sex, who wouldn't want this chick answering the phone and sc...
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TV Shows We Will Miss... And Those We Wish Would Come Back

April 12th, 2010 10:19am EDT
TV Shows We Will Miss
It’s almost May sweeps time, which means an end to another TV season. Unfortunately, it also means an end to many of our favorite shows forever. Here are five shows that we will say, or have said, farewell to this season, and five shows that we wish would come back.

Lost: Trying to sum up this wonderful piece of small screen enigma is a challenge. But let’s give it a try: Oceanic Flight 815 crashes on a mysterious island, passengers are stranded, passengers deal with unknown creatures and the “Others”, passengers partake in time travelling, somebody gets kidnapped, some passengers are resc...
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'American Idol's' Crystal Bowersox: The One to Beat?

March 29th, 2010 11:28am EDT
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Crystal Bowersox, the current American Idol frontrunner, gave fans a scare the second week in the semi-final rounds, as she was rushed to the hospital due to diabetes complications. Needless to say, Bowersox bounced back quickly, showing fans that she’s in it to win it. And if her latest performances say anything, they’re telling us that she’s unquestionably the one to beat.

Last week, the indie-folk 24-year-old single mother gave one of the more memorable performances on this season’s "Idol" to date – a rendition of Janis Joplin’s Me and Bobby McGee. Though not a complete knock-off of Jop...
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