On part two of Housewives' study of a woman on the verge, the Virgin Island girls drank some very non-virgin drinks and got to squawking. And then, sadly, Kelly Killoren Bensimon exploded.
Here are the funniest moments of Conan O'Brien's recent visit to Google's Silicon Valley headquarters, including the comedian riffing on Google's "entitled a-hole" staff—and a cutting impersonation of Jay Leno that apparently violated legal constraints.
The White House Correspondents' Association Dinner was tonight, your only chance to catch Justin Bieber and Tim Geithner in the same room. You weren't invited; neither were we. What did we miss? Jokes!
Tonight on the Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert interviewed Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. We were wondering how Colbert would handle a subject as serious as a video showing 12 people being killed. Well, he handled it pretty seriously.
HBO's Horatio Alger story for FoHos living in paradise came to a close last night. How did it end? Did they make it? No. They learned that absolutely everyone—themselves included—is a criminal.
Or: "Firefighter Becomes Fire Hazard." A woman came home on St. Patrick's Eve to find a passed-out man in an FDNY uniform blocking her door. Thank God she had a Blackberry to capture the special moment on video.
HBO's Horatio Alger story for hipsters taught us less about how to make it and more about how to make out. Or how not to if you get, you know, bisexual urges while dropping X with your girlfriend.
Well. I think it's official. Men are more interesting and better at things than women. Sorry JezeFriskyXX.com. It's just how things played out in the ol' game of evolution. I'm basing this on scientific Idol Evidence, mind you. Truly credible.
This report, fictionally filed by NPR correspondent Nina Totenberg, shows that the female residents of a house at 2000 S St., NW in Washington, D.C. are not only influenced by negative media portrayals of their gender, but also perpetuate them.