2 broke girls

  • ‘The Magicians’ Postmortem: Guest Star Christopher Gorham on Being a New Power Player

    Warning: This interview about the “Lesser Evils” episode of The Magicians contains spoilers. This week’s episode of The Magicians will be remembered for two things: The “One Day More” production number that got Eliot ready for battle, and the introduction of Sen. John Gaines (Covert Affairs‘ Christopher Gorham), who just learned that he is the demigod son of Reynard (Mackenzie Astin).

  • ‘Lego Batman’ Invades The CW, CBS, and… Ellen?

    It’s a slippery slope. First, it was The Lego Movie. Then, it was The Lego Batman Movie. That meant, naturally, that the DC superheroes over on The CW would get Lego-ized — this week’s episodes all feature a spot with Batman and the CW heroes.

  • ‘2 Broke Girls’ Sneak Peek: Get Ready to Sashay Away on a RuPaul Road Trip

    We love those adorable working girls on 2 Broke Girls, but this week’s guest star really shows them how to work it. In this exclusive sneak peek at the upcoming 2 Broke Girls episode “And the Riverboat Runs Through It,” Max (Kat Dennings) and Caroline (Beth Behrs) make a pit stop at a combo convenience store/bait shop during their road trip to Texas and run into self-proclaimed Supermodel of the World, RuPaul.

  • Jimmy Fallon and Rob Lowe Dominate ‘Password’ Against 2 Broke Girls Stars

    It was silliness galore on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Jimmy, along with Rob Lowe and 2 Broke Girls stars Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs, played a game of “Password.” That’s where each team tries to guess a one-word password based on one-word clues from their partner. Dennings and Behrs weren’t able to translate their onscreen chemistry into “Password” success, leaving Fallon and Lowe to steal the show.

  • Warning: Don't Eat and Watch These Shows

    There are certainly some very obvious offenders: Penny Dreadful, American Horror Story, and The Walking Dead, with their depraved combo of blood, guts, and creepy crawlies, are easily the first that came to mind for most of the Yahoo TV staff.