Katie Aselton is the cutest woman on television since Sabrina Lloyd.
"The Good Wife" stunt casts better than any other show on television right now.
Joey Heric, who was played by John Laroquette in "The Practice," is the greatest defendant in legal show history.
George was the funniest character on "Seinfeld."
In a dance contest between Alfonso Ribeiro in "Fresh Prince of Bel Air" and Donald Faison in "Scrubs," no score would be given because the judges would faint from happiness.
The ratings for the Kardashian Sisters reality show are generated entirely by spambots.
Zooey Deschanel's Jess is only the fourth best character on "The New Girl." Jake M. Johnson's Nick is the best.
Notwithstanding the fact that there is one major black character, and another black character had a season-long arc, "Parenthood" is the whitest show on television.
He may seem well-meaning, but Dr. Drew is the worst enabler in reality-show history. He legitimizes and exploits poor behavior under the guise of counseling.
Of all the failed Thursday night Must See television sitcoms on NBC over the last 30 years, "Boston Common" was the most well liked.
"Wings" was not very funny.
Though such a character was never featured on the show, no one would've been better cast as Ann's father than Mitt Romney.
"Psych" is the best USA original series, followed by "Suits." "Necessary Roughness" is the worst.
F/X is the best network on television.
The best brilliant-but-cancelled series of the last three years was "Better Off Ted."
Real nerds watch "Community" instead of "Big Bang Theory"
70 percent of the viewers who said that they would never watch "The Killing" again after it left the end of season one unresolved will nevertheless tune in to season two, at least to find out who killed Rosie Larsen.
Lucas Neff, who plays Jimmy Chance on "Raising Hope" has the worst haircut on television right now.
"Terra Nova" is now the most unwatchable show on network television.
The movie from the last few years best suited to a television sitcom spin-off is Role Models.
Michelle Duggar is the most irresponsible reality show personality on TV.
Of all the characters on television, Danny DeVito's character on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" is the one most likely to own a windowless van in real life. Raffi on "The League" runs a close second.
Dave Holmes is the best talking head on the VH1 nostalgia specials.
The best way to deal with the Ann Perkins situation on "Parks and Recreation" would be to trade her to "Happy Endings" as the love interest for Dave.