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Suburgatory 2.04 Sneak Peeks: Is This the End of the KKK?

Ever since her parents decided to get a divorce last season on  Suburgatory , Dalia's been a little lost. She may be on the road to patching things up with Dallas after last week, but for quite a while, she blamed her mother for leaving her father and breaking up their once-stable family. Plus, she's distanced herself from the KKK to the point that she doesn't have that strong of a support system, so at this point, Dalia's a Queen Bee without a hive to rule. Will she find someone to lean on before too long? On tonight's episode of  Suburgatory , Dalia tries to regain a connection with her father through his fiancee, a stewardess that she attempts to make her best friend. In the process, though, Dalia alienates the KKK and leaves her former friends without a leader for the first time. Unintentionally, she's doing the same thing to them that Steven did to her, only the KKK may not be without support for too long, as they hone in on Tessa to take Dalia's place. Tessa, of course, would rather not be put in that position, but Lisa is open to becoming Queen Bee, at least temporarily. Will she lose herself in the power that Dalia had and the instant friends/lackeys that are the KKK, or will she be able to hold it together until Dalia comes back for good? Read More... //

Suburgatory Season 2 Episode 4 “Foam Finger”

Suburgatory  "Foam Finger" season 2 episode 4  airs Wednesday, Nov 7, 2012 (8:30-9:00 p.m., ET) on ABC. Episode Synopsis:  When Dalia decides that her dad’s fiancŽe is her new best friend , the KKK (Kimantha, Kenzie and Kaitlyn) are lost without their leader and turn to Tessa and Lisa. As Dalia struggles with her emotions over her dad’s elopement, she turns to Evan for support, and it’s up to Tessa to help her regain her confidence and friends. Meanwhile, George and Dallas get intimate, but it’s not really what George envisions, on "Suburgatory," WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 (9:31-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. Read More... //

SUBURGATORY: Jane Levy Previews ‘Foam Finger,’ Tessa and Ryan’s Budding Romance, and More

A rift is coming on tonight’s episode SUBURGATORY…but probably not the one you might be expecting. "Dalia gets a little involved with her new stepmother and sort of abandons the KKK," Jane Levy (Tessa) teased. "And I find the KKK completely lost without their leader, and I figure that Lisa would be a good person [...] //

'Suburgatory': Jane Levy Teases Tessa-Dalia 'Friendship,' Rocky Romance and a 'Dorky' Dads Band

The actress tells THR of Tessa and Ryan's romantic prospects following their kiss: "They have to learn how to enjoy each other's interests or even understand the way they live their lives." //

SUBURGATORY: Jeremy Sisto and Cheryl Hines on Dallas and George’s Relationship

Tonight’s the big night on SUBURGATORY: George and Dallas have their first date! To celebrate the occasion, I sat down with SUBURGATORY’s Jeremy Sisto (George) and Cheryl Hines (Dallas), and while I tried to get a couple of answers out of them about their new on-screen relationship, their banter hilariously took our conversation in other [...] //

Suburgatory 2.03 Sneak Peeks: George and Dallas Go on Their First Date

After dancing around the idea from the time they met one year ago, George and Dallas are finally embarking on their first date. It should be a time of great excitement; their relationship is evolving for the better and they no longer have to keep their feelings for one another a secret or watch the other date around. They seemed to be on the same page regarding their relationship at the Halloween party last week, but on tonight's episode of  Suburgatory , it looks like there's still a certain amount of distance between them. Dallas is letting her insecurity take over her pre-date emotional state and enlists multiple people in her life to help her relax. Unexpectedly, Dalia proves to be a comfort to her mother, punctuating a (hilarious) list of the qualities that George lacks in comparison to past beaus with kind words about how he "landed in the tall grass" now that he's dating Dallas. Dalia hasn't been the closest with her mother since around the time of the divorce, so if there was any way to boost Dallas' confidence, a compliment from her would do it. However, Dallas brings along another source of support on their date - her (unlicensed) life coach Tibetitha (guest star H. Jon Benjamin). George may know that Dallas is a little quirky and that life in Chatswin is very different from life in New York, but will he go along with the idea of having a third-party on an already anxiety-filled evening? //

Exclusive Interview: Parker Young Talks Suburgatory Season 2 and Ryan Drama

ABC’s  Suburgatory  has returned this season with already a couple strong episodes, but more importantly Lisa found out a big secret about Ryan.. [Spoiler] he’s adopted! Which actually explains a lot. Well, in tonight’s episode "Ryan’s Song" we’ll see that storyline play out a bit more as well as what looks like lots of Ryan-ish moments. TV Equals  caught up with Parker Young who plays the deliciously funny and dim-witted Ryan to talk about what is coming up for his character on the romantic front, the adoption drama and more. Check out what he had to say below and don’t miss him in tonight’s episode of Suburgatory titled  "Ryan’s Song" which airs at 9:30pm on ABC. Read More... //

Suburgatory Season 2 Episode 3 “Ryan’s Song”

Suburgatory  season 2 episode  3 "Ryan’s Song" airs Wednesday, Oct 31, 2012 (8:30-9:00 p.m., ET) on ABC. Episode Synopsis:  When Lisa feels guilty for not telling Ryan that he’s adopted, she agrees to help him pursue Tessa. Lisa’s generosity leaves Ryan believing that he must be dying of "Ryan disease ." Meanwhile George and Dallas go on their first date, but in her nervousness she invites her life coach, Tabitha (Jon H. Benjamin), to join them — which puts George off — and Tessa agrees to babysit for Opus while Noah and Carmen attend an opera, on "Suburgatory," WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31 (9:31-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network . Read More... //

Suburgatory Season 2 Episode 2 “The Witch of East Chatswin”

Suburgatory  season 2 episode 2 "The Witch of East Chatswin" airs Wednesday, Oct 24, 2012 (8:30-9:00 p.m., ET) on ABC. Episode Synopsis:  When Tessa convinces Dalia and the KKK (Kimantha, Kaitlyn and Kenzie) to come up with feminist inspired Halloween costumes, she finds herself the interest of the infamous East Chatswin witch (aka Paula), played by guest star Rachel Dratch. As it turns out Paula isn’t exactly what she seems. Meanwhile George and Noah dress up as each other, and Dallas invites George to be "Ken" to her "Barbie" — but he declines, not realizing that she is asking him out — on "Suburgatory," WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24 (9:31-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network . Read More... //

TV ratings: Pablo Sandoval's historic night earns win for FOX with World Series

Fast National ratings for Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2012The World Series Game 1 was down just over a million viewers over 2011 for FOX, but the Tigers-Giants match-up still earned a win for the network with an average of 11.8 million viewers. However, the overall program of the night was "Modern Family" with 12.5 million viewers."Nashville" fell slightly again and so did "Suburgatory" , while "Arrow," put another strong week for the CW. "SUpernatural" was not as lucky, losing 300,000 viewers from last week.FOX led the night with 11.8 million viewers and a 7.3 rating/11 share in households, followed closely by CBS with 10.5 million and a 6.6/10. ABC's Halloween comedy block was steady at 8.1 million, 5.2/8. NBC was fourth with 5.6 million and a 3.8/6 and the CW was last with 2.7 million and a 1.8/3.In the adults 18-49 demo, FOX also led with a 3.3, while CBS and ABC tied for second with... //