'Impractical Jokers': Ice Skates & Balloons, Genitalia On Gummy Bears & More

March 27th, 2015 10:04am EDT
'Impractical Jokers' Scorecard: 'Damned If You Do' - Jokers On I
After the Impractical Jokers showed us their first-ever tour special, they were back to business as usual, pranking America and embarrassing each other. In "Damned If You Do," we learned that none of these guys are in shape and all of them are generally out of their element. This, of course, only made everything funnier.

Challenge #1: Skate Me To Balloon
The guys are playing their awesome balloon game from "Fly Me To Balloon," except now they're making it infinitely worse by doing it on ice skates. Murr takes on Sal, and the guy they go after first has no sense of humor. The second guy bla...

'Archer' Recap: The Heroes Turn Into Miniature Versions Of Themselves

March 27th, 2015 9:08am EDT
'Archer' Recap And Review: 'Drastic Voyage, Part 1' - Small Scal
Another Archer season, another crazy trip. "Drastic Voyage, Part 1" is the first half of the show's two-part season finale, and it finds a reason to turn our heroes into very small versions of themselves for maximum hilarity.

It all begins when Holly (Gary Cole) is briefing the team, telling them to keep their mouths shut, which of course they won't do. In fact, Pam is taking a selfie with the gang as he speaks. But Holly is onto these guys' shtick, assigning everyone to their new mission because he knows they'll all sneak into it anyway.

He wants them to help a Russian molecular scientis...

Exclusive Clip From Tonight's 'Impractical Jokers: Practically Live!' Special

March 26th, 2015 12:05pm EDT
Impractical Jokers
The Impractical Jokers put on one of the country's best live shows, and TruTV has captured all the energy and hilarity of their tour in tonight's first-ever one hour special, Impractical Jokers: Practically Live! To celebrate this momentous occasion, we have an exclusive clip from the special to share with you.

In the below sneak peek, Q, Murr, Joe and Sal give us a look at their interactions with their loyal fans, from the usual hellos and hugs to creative fan art and other surprises. You can get even more inside their travels and laugh out loud performances in tonight's special.


'Shameless' Review: Top 5 Wild Moments from 'South Side Rules'

March 23rd, 2015 10:54pm EDT
Remember when you hated Sammi because she was naively enamored with Frank and eating up screen time from other, beloved characters? Well, she finally earned all the vitriol that’s been thrown at her by characters and viewers alike. Last week the ramifications of Carl’s arrest seemed light, as if the entire family were unaffected by this inevitability. But the real consequence of Carl’s jail time is that they pissed off the wrong Gallagher. Sammi comes off as more villainous than any other character on Shameless, except for Frank, whose heinous actions are usually due to selfishness instead ...

Recap: Don't Miss The Best 'Archer' Episode Of Season 6!

March 20th, 2015 9:05am EDT
Let's all get Matthew Rhys a fruit basket, because the Archer episode that he inspired - and also co-stars in - is the funniest of season six and one of the funniest in the history of the show. And teaches us a little something about history. And makes toast funny. It's really quite astoundingly hilarious.

In "Achub Y Morfilod," Archer's response to Lana's enraged response to the events of "Reignition Sequence" is to tranquilize his girlfriend and bring her to Wales for a romantic getaway that is actually a mission to extract a pair of Welsh separatists. If you had trouble keeping up with ...

Jon Cryer Talks Sheen And Prostitutes

March 19th, 2015 2:59pm EDT
Jon Cryer Reveals Costar Charlie Sheen Helped Him Hire Prostitut
Back before Charlie Sheen went off the deep end and was the star of Two and a Half Men, he was good friends witih co-star Jon Cryer. Cryer has now offered up some details about his relationship with Sheen in a new book called "So That Happened" including some scandalous details about Sheen's professed love for prostitutes.

Cryer said that he was going through a difficult time in his life in 2004, after he split from his wife. Cryer claims that Sheen came to the rescue by showing him how to hire a lady of the night.

"I was in a bad state right after my divorce, and I certainly didn't feel...

Matthew Rhys To Guest Star On 'Archer'?

March 19th, 2015 12:03pm EDT
Matthew Rhys Is The Latest FX Star To Guest On 'Archer'
The Americans star Matthew Rhys guest-stars in tonight's episode of Archer as Lloyd, a Welsh separatist (pictured above with Lana). Its Rhys' first appearance on the show, but he's not the first star of another FX program to appear on Archer.

Over the years, Adam Reed and company have made great use of their network's talent pool, casting some of FX's biggest names as the voices of various characters, having them play everything from bad guys to even a main character's parents.

Read on to see how many folks you might recognize - and see if you remember them all.

Matthew Rhys: Stars as ...

The 'Sunny' Gang Takes On Scientology For Finale

March 19th, 2015 11:37am EDT
'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' Finale Recap: 'Sunny's' Scie
It's here. Another year, another "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" season finale.

Also, another character being horrifically burned in an apartment fire at Mac and Dennis's place- remember Rickety Cricket last year in "The Gang Squashes Their Beefs?" Weird coincidence.

This time, "Ass Kickers United: Mac and Charlie Join a Cult" is, pretty obviously, about Mac & Charlie joining a cult- and "Sunny" gets a surprisingly large amount of mileage out of that scenario.

At first, the cult's something uniquely "Sunny,"- the rules involve dangerously-executed kettle bell exercises and not eating...

'Brooklyn Nine-Nine': Jake Vs. The Saboteur

March 16th, 2015 11:21am EDT
'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Season 2 Episode 19 Recap: 'Sabotage'
Isn't it fun when TV shows bring back a one-off character from an older episode? It always makes the show's world feel a little more lived-in. "The Simpsons" constantly pulled that trick- it's why the world of "The Simpsons" felt like a living, breathing town.

With "Sabotage," last night's episode of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," we've got a little bit of the same.

Geoffrey Hoytsman (Chris Parnell), the slightly manic and extremely cocaine-addicted lawyer from "The Defense Rests," is back. And he's here to tell us that in "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," people's lives do continue past that one brief half-h...

5 Crazy Moments From Sunday Night's 'Shameless'

March 16th, 2015 10:37am EDT
'Shameless' Review: 5 Wild Moments From 'Carl's First Sentencing
The aftermath of Carl’s arrest couldn’t match the hectic follow up to Fiona’s arrest. She, as the show’s main character, was the focal point of everybody’s lives and her actions affected them each, one way or another. Carl’s arrest doesn’t have that same heavy weight to it. Most of the characters continue on with their lives as usual, completely unaffected by the prospect of him going to jail. The storyline is treated more like a joke, one of those wacky side plots that distract from larger stories like Ian’s bipolar disorder.

Who knows if it’s the right move for Shameless to treat Carl’s ...