The show went edgy, and it paid off.
Today's Arts Stories
"We need ethical, heroic people trying to do the right thing."
It's a brilliant combination of art and politics in a place devoid of beauty.
Fans: 1. Hollywood: 0.
Remember: These are the lessons being taught to Christian children.
It's morphin' time again — but not the way you remember it.
Is this the fate the NFL's first openly gay player hoped for?
They're finally here — but could use a little work.
Frank Underwolf and the House of Bricks
What she said on stage was great, but came next could use some work.
If you don't have anything real to say ... lie?
We laughed! We cried! We joked about John Travolta violating personal space! And we tweeted.
The next time someone you know hates on Gaga, remind them of this.
It's more than just a numbers game.
"'My dear Watson, it's all a matter of deduction.' "
More like 'Whoa of Fortune.'
"It's a bravery reward. It says, 'You're braver than me. You didn't touch your face for 12 years. Way to freakin' go!'"
One fish, two fish, red fish, excited fish!
"J.K. Rowling, to me, is a hero."
"This is so much fun! Fruits and vegetables! I could die at any moment!"
"I'll take 'Whore Ads' for $200!" "That's... that's 'Who Reads.' "
Today's Larry 'Shippers are tomorrow's 9/11 Truthers.
"One time I told a girl that she was beautiful, and after she responded with thank you, I said, 'Yeah, I've been watching you.'"
Prepare for a "lasso of truth."