You probably know Tim Daly from Private Practice or The Sopranos, but you might not know that he is the president of The Creative Coalition, a nonpartisan group that advocates for arts funding. We caught up with the star at the Republican National Convention, where he was hoping to get the word out about the value of the creative community. We're happy to report that in addition to his good looks, Tim Daly is extremely passionate and articulate about a cause important to him. Watch our interview with him now.
The first big weekend of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival may have ended, but the celebrities are still flocking to Park City to promote their movies. Katie Holmes rolled in last night for the premiere of her film The Extra Man, as Ryan Gosling wrapped his panel discussion for Blue Valentine. Naomi Watts arrived at the premiere of Mother and Child solo, but Diego Luna had his wife to keep him company on the red carpet for his film Abel. We have tons of updates from the scene and click through for a look the latest from Utah!
So, I wouldn't say a whole lot gets resolved on the season finale of Private Practice. The episode is basically one big custody battle, with characters fighting for control of their children, their lovers, and their entire lives. And then, in the second half, it becomes a bit of a horror movie. Ready to talk about it? Just read more
Private Practice is back and more intense than ever. The patients in this week's episode are actually more compelling to me than the doctors' lives — save for maybe Pete's little romance with Idina Menzel, and that's just because I like Idina so much.
Violet is now super-pregnant and nobody knows who the dad is, Addison is completely unable to avoid Noah and is once again paired with him on a medical case, and Naomi grapples with an offer that might be too good to refuse. Oh and there's a marriage proposal. Ready to talk about it? Just read more
You know what? I really enjoyed myself while watching this week's episode of Private Practice. There's good stuff going on, including Dell's self-destructive downward spiral into the world of ladies who wear ripped-up stretch pants, Violet and Charlotte's BFF relationship morphing into more of a frenemies situation, Idina Menzel, and a pregnant tween. Oh, and Addison and Noah are still working hard
not to boink each other to save a baby. Ready to chat? Just read more
I feel really lukewarm about this week's episode of Private Practice. On the one hand, there are surprisingly cute moments, including the budding friendship between Charlotte and Violet. On the other hand, there's a lame, super-crazy patient who I stopped caring about halfway through the episode.
And then, somewhere in the middle, there is this flirtation between Addison and Noah, the doctor married to Addison's pregnant patient. Last week I was annoyed that Addison would enter into a cheating type of relationship again, given her history, but now I'm mostly weirded out by Noah. I'll tell you why if you read more
This week, Private Practice is back with a new love interest for Addison that I find really frustrating, but we'll get into more of that later.
On the other side of the spectrum is Naomi who is still coping with the fact that Archer broke her heart, and she dives headlong into meddling in Sam's relationship with Sonya (but kind of in a good way). Other than that, it's same old same old: Violet doesn't know who the father of her kid is, Cooper and Charlotte have a hard time loving each other, etc. To chat about it, read more
After a couple weeks of serious cross-over drama, Private Practice pretty much gets back to normal on this week's episode. Of course, there are issues with a patient's baby, plus a small cancer patient side story for Pete. The real drama, though, centers around Archer apparently feeling well enough to get up to no good with the ladies, just as Naomi assumes they're boyfriend and girlfriend. Oh — and a serious Charlotte/Cooper twist goes down that will likely alter their already tenuous relationship. Ready to talk about it? Just read more
After this week's Grey's Anatomy ends with Addison making an urgent phone call to Derek, we slide right into Private Practice, which repeats that phone call from Addison's perspective. The rest of the episode then shifts into flashback, as we relive the 14 hours before Addison's panicked call. To talk about it, just read more
He was sorta there last week, but on this week's episode of Private Practice, Addison's petulant older brother Archer is really back! He saddles up alongside "Addie" on a tough medical procedure by day, then saddles up on top of Naomi by night. Heh. Meanwhile Violet is still pregnant, unsure of herself as future mother, and really unsure of whether the possible fathers will want a role in the child's life. That's OK, though, because this kid will be raised by Cooper, right? Well, that's what I'm hoping. Ready to chat about it? Just read more