GQ features comedic actor Ken Jeong in a recent fashion spread for corduroys ... but doesn't let him actually wear the pants. Kevin Lee explores the photo shoot's subtext and Ken Jeong, the brand.
Van has a rough time with musical cakes on Top Chef: Just Desserts, and Olivier struggles with avant garde and colors on Project Runway.
The second season of Top Chef: Just Desserts premieres, Project Runway contestants run, fall, cry, and create maxi dresses/skirts.
The premiere of Family Restaurant, Anya impresses with her dyeing ability on Project Runway, George Takei visits Conan
We wrap up another season of So You Think You Can Dance, Project Runway designers have a tall order to fulfill, and Aziz Ansari on Conan.
Marko and Tadd are in the SYTYCD finale, Olivier impresses with a pet supply look on Project Runway, plus Tony Hsieh on Colbert, a Chinese knock-off Conan, and Jenna Ushkowitz on The Glee Project.
The premiere of Project Runway, Marko and Tadd advance to the final six on So You Think You Can Dance, and Steve Byrne on Conan.
Marko and Tadd continue to rock So You Think You Can Dance, making it through as two of the show's top eight dancers.
Ada Wong has gone from a 259-pound project coordinator to an athlete in training, a People magazine health columnist and a public figure in the health and fitness realm.
Continued fancy footwork on So You Think You Can Dance, Cindy Chang leaves America's Got Talent, comedian Ali Wong on the Tonight Show.
Mosey with us through the South, a region rich with history and culture -- and one that is vital to, but often overlooked in, Asian American history.
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