Giuliana Rancic didn't write the joke, she just told it.
As Glee nears its series finale, both Gleeks and the cast have begun to mourn.
Jane Lynch – whose character Sue Sylvester reinvigorated the art of the snippy one-liner and made track suits acceptable office apparel – tells PEOPLE she was flooded with emotions while filming the show's final episode last Saturday.
"It was waterworks," admitted the Emmy winner, 54, who teamed with the ASPCA and Febreze on Wednesday to educate pet owners against the affects of noseblindness.
"There are some takes I'm sure they can't use because we were all weeping," she continues. "It was hard to get through."
Ice T has one of the most distinctive voices in pop culture. And whether you know him more as a rapper or a detective on Law & Order: SVU, you're bound to recognize that iconic rasp, even if it were coming out of, say, a G.I. Joe character.
That was the theory Jimmy Fallon set out to test on Wednesday's Tonight Show, anyway.
Stephen Fishbach was the runner-up on Survivor: Tocantins and has been blogging about Survivor strategy for PEOPLE since 2009. Follow him on Twitter @stephenfishbach.
"This game is about who you are. Your character is your strategy." –Rafe Judkins, Survivor: Guatemala
Survivor is back for another season of terrible liars, over-attached creeps, self-aggrandizing loudmouths – and a couple of smart gamers.
The big twist this season is that contestants are divided into three tribes: White Collar, Blue Collar, and No Collar. White Collars make the rules; Blue Collars follow the rules; and No Collars break the rules and give uncomfortably long hugs.
The Louisianimals are back, y'all!
After the Party Down South crew tore through South Carolina and Georgia in seasons 1 and 2, now they're taking their traveling show to Mississippi, where Ryan (a.k.a. "Daddy") promises, "I'm about to throw down so hard. Them last summers? We're going to make them look like kindergartners, man."