Are Don Draper's bad-boy days over now that he's engaged to Megan? Unlikely, but I guess we'll see what happens when "Mad Men" Season 5 premieres on Sunday.
The era of Team Edward and Team "Whatshisname?Oh,whocaresIhatedTwilightanyway" is over. Can I get an internet "hallelujah"? Now, we've all moved on to more pressing matters: Team Peeta vs. Team Gale in 'The Hunger Games.'
Ben Flajnik is clearly not using his head (at least not the one that houses the brain). Had he been, he might have made a different choice a long time ago. Flajnik chose Courtney, the model everyone loved to hate. She is gorgeous, sexy, wild, and strange. And clearly she loves him. But why? We may never know the answer.
Friends With Kids opens with a hushed phone call in the middle of the night from Julie (Jennifer Westfeldt) to Jason (Adam Scott). She asks him a strange question about how he'd prefer to die, presenting two options. Jason mulls it over and chooses one. And then the camera reveals a scantily clad woman sleeping next to him, his flavor of the month. "I think I'm going to break up with her soon," Jason confesses.
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Monday night on The Bachelor, Kacie B. followed Bachelor Ben Flajnik to Switzerland in order to do two things. The first thing she wanted to do was "warn" Ben about the evil Courtney, but the second thing she wanted to do was find out why Ben dumped her. Yeah, she made one giant, huge, unbelievably humiliating mistake.
The 2012 Oscars (or The 84th Annual Academy Awards if you're scouring the DVR listings to find it) are tonight! You've probably already made your Oscar pool picks (or plan to root for that one movie you actually saw). But how does your choice for Best Picture reflect on you in the dating pool?
We are super-excited about the Oscars, which are this Sunday, but it turns out that out of all nine Best Picture nominees, most of us have only seen "Midnight in Paris" and maybe one other movie. Oops. It makes sense that the YourTango staff has a penchant for romantic movies, but does "Midnight in Paris," Woody Allen's latest, stand a chance at winning Best Picture?
As we look forward to this Sunday's Oscars, let's reminisce about romantic quotes from older movies. From Casablanca to Dirty Dancing, here are the top 10 quotes about love from the most romantic movies of all time. Let us know what quotes we left off the list in the comments.
Now that it's down to three ladies, who do you think Ben will give his final rose to: Nicki, Lindzi, or Courtney?
In The Vow, Paige (Rachel McAdams) and Leo (Channing Tatum) start out a happily married young couple. They're driving home from a concert on a snowy night in Chicago, kiss at a stoplight, and BAM! They're rear-ended by a truck. Paige flies out the windshield, and things get interesting. It took all of three minutes.
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