Dancing with the StarsIt sure seemed like the judges were regretting last week's score inflation — not that Drew and Stacy didn't deserve high marks, but now there's little room to mark their improvement. So in addition to handing out lower scores, Carrie Ann, Len and Bruno were downright nitpicky. I like it that way, though; how else would we know that a tango can be too Argentinean?
Jerry and Anna: The football player's "go for the jugular" tactic made him look like he was concentrating too hard and not having as much fun as in the first episode, when he didn't take this whole thing so seriously. Lighten up!Giselle and Jonathan: I regret saying anything mean about Giselle last week; in her interviews she's quite likable. Her tango was ki
Everybody Hates ChrisOne of best things about watching this show is listening to its '80s sound track. This week we heard Lionel Ritchie's "All Night Long," Kurtis Blow's "Tough" and Tears for Fears' "Everybody Wants to Rule the World." I'm sure you geeky musicologists out there are griping that the latter was actually released in 1985, two years after the episode takes place. Hey, that's nothing compared to the street montage that included a clear shot of the Toys 'R' Us in Times Square, which was built in 2001. But who watches this sitcom for accuracy? It's not a friggin' documentary. It's only inspired by Chris Rock's childhood. Even the dates are off. (He was born in '65, yet he's supposed to be a high-school freshman in 19
Question: Any chance we'll see Marty appear on Gilmore Girls this season?
Answer: As of now, no. But for $10, you can get a quick Marty (aka Wayne Wilcox) fix in the movie version of Rent. He plays a member of an AIDS support group and, boy, can he carry a tune.
Newcomer Tracie Thoms hasn't had much luck when it comes to picking TV parts that get picked up. The 30-year-old landed gigs on the short-lived series As If and Wonderfalls. But it seems like things are turning around for the Baltimore native: This week alone, she's starring in the big-budget musical adaptation of Rent and she's landed a plum part as a series regular on CBS' Cold Case (Sundays at 8 pm/ET). TVGuide.com just had to know: Did she get any tips from Law & Order star Jesse L. Martin — who cost