On Jimmy Kimmel Live, the host grilled Adam Scott about a slew of magazine spreads: the first, being the Entertainment Weekly cover that he was mysteriously absent from, a new cover featuring just him and his sleek spread for GQ.
Enjoy these while you can because NBC has made the terrible decision to start Parks and Rec in a midseason spot next fall. Though the episode was pretty fantastic all-around, we've picked favorite moments for you to laugh at.
As the official site describes it, HBO's Tell Me You Love Me offers "an unfiltered look at three couples as they navigate critical periods in their lives." By "unfiltered," of course what they mean is, "boldly ushering slapping balls into the premium cable landscape." And no one's slapping balls were more closely scrutinized than actor Adam Scott, whose Cruiseian good looks made up one-half of the couple you would have most eagerly TiVoed through the boring stuff to see knock prosthetic uglies. Talking to BlackBook, Scott reveals what went into making the "banging for real" illusion come alive: