“This is the party. This is what everyone RSVPed for.”
“Our decision tonight is not just going to impact our games here, but everybody playing the game on the field.”
Survivor David vs. Goliath continues to surprise and entertain.
Firefighter Keith Young died from 9/11-related cancer before he could pitch Cup Board Pro on Shark Tank. Immediately after his kids Kaley, Keira, and Christian got an investment from all five sharks, it sold out.
Survivor David vs. Goliaths tribes swapped into three Goliath-dominated tribes. And then something unexpected happened. Plus: a new twist.
Survivor David vs. Goliath’s third episode was as pure and pleasurable an episode of Survivor as one can hope for.
In Survivor David vs. Goliath episode 2, a cyclone left everyone miserable, and led to some curious choices in game play.
In its 37th season premiere, Survivor showed its strength, but also its weaknesses.
At long last, The Real Housewives of New York City arrived at the point where everyone almost died in Colombia when their boat caught fire and sank. Except it didn’t quite go that way.
The owners of Simply Slices, Doug and Debbie Pavoni, did reality TV before The Profit: eight years ago, they were controlling monsters on a CMT reality series.
Recaps of the Drag Race finale and part two of the BB20 season premiere, in the form of questions.
BB20’s best character has been turned into a comical robot, the producers find ways to affect the game, and more from the Big Brother 20 premiere.
There was a “to be continued” at the end of the episode about cell phone case company The Casery, whose founder was called “a smug prick” by Marcus Lemonis.
The Profit returns next week with new episodes, but Tuesday night, it aired a rerun for a season-two episode with some behind-the-scenes content, with the title, “An Inside Look: Worldwide Trailers.” It was terrific television.
RuPaul’s Drag Race season six contestant Laganja Estranja auditioned on SYTYCD, and Nigel Lythgoe didn’t freak out.