The relationship between employee and boss can be a sticky situation. Great for you if you love your boss, but if you're slightly dissatisfied with him or her, know that you're not alone. Recent results of a Careerbuilder survey show that 61 percent of respondents say their bosses don't groom them well enough for career advancement, and 45 percent say their bosses give poor feedback.
To give it a fun spin, the survey also asked which TV bosses reminded participants of their own. Looking at the choices, which TV boss reminds you the most of your own boss?
Jimmy Fallon dresses like Elton John, a Boyz II Men member, and Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong to sing a silly goodbye to 24, Law & Order, and Lost.
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It's time for the big Emmy awards! I've been making predictions for each of the categories before Sunday, but for the latest round in my Emmy breakdowns, I asked for your picks to win best drama series. Take a look at what your fellow readers had to say (along with my own opinions), and then go here to fill out your Emmy ballot — you could win an iPad!
I have plenty of DVD helpings to keep you occupied through the weekend (even beyond!). In addition to these big releases, season three of Gossip Girl and season two of 90210 also hit shelves today, so it's easy to play catch up before Fall TV starts back. Better get started!The Back-Up Plan
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The Emmys are this Sunday! I've been getting prepped for the big night by predicting some of the awards (thanks to your help!), but it's time to move on to the final two categories: the series themselves. In the drama column, we have regulars like Breaking Bad, Dexter, and returning champ Mad Men, but this year, newcomer The Good Wife will be joining the list. Fan favorite True Blood also makes the cut for the first time, while Lost will attempt one last Emmy win for its final season (it hasn't won for best series since 2005).
Will voters send Lost out with a bang? Will Mad Men take it again? Or will we see an upset from a very deserving Dexter? Tell me which show deserves the honor, and more importantly, why. Then take a sec to fill out my Emmy ballot for the chance to win an iPad!