Netflix's stock has bounced back sharply from last year's nightmare. But it may take some of Gob Bluth's best illusions (don't you dare call them tricks!) for the company to be profitable again anytime soon.
By now, we know it wasn't our cable that went out during the finale of "the Sopranos." Instead, we'll forever wonder what happened to Tony Soprano every time we hear that Journey song. That is, unless they make a "Sopranos" movie.
Does your television take up a high percentage of your living room? Have you ever bailed out on plans to cook dinner to watch an episode of "Lost"? Do you run into situations where your DVR gets overloaded because there are too many shows you want to record?
Michael Cera always plays the good guy. The 21-year-old doesn't just play good, he plays the lovable dopey and unaware kind of good. He plays the kind of guy you'd let take you to the prom when the hot guy from the basketball team dumps you.