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Brian Moylan
After getting his master's degree in poetry, Senior Writer Brian Moylan started writing about television and pop culture for Gawker, The Guardian, The Washington Blade and a few other reputable publications. Brian has an honorary PhD in “Jersey Shore” studies from the University of Chicago. He's shared his often hilarious views about the tube on VH1, MSNBC, TV Guide Channel, MTV (Canada), BBC radio, and NPR. He can usually be found at his apartment in New York yelling at the TV and dodging calls from Real Housewives. He is a Taurus and likes long walks on the beach, fried chicken, and almost every reality television program ever created (especially “The Swan”).
  • The 10 Craziest Moments of 'America's Next Top Model' for Its 10th Anniversary
    By: Brian Moylan May 20, 2013 5:30pm EST
    It's almost impossible to imagine a world where you couldn't spend a rainy Sunday afternoon lying on the couch watching an entire season — oh, sorry Tyra, "cycle" — of America's Next Top Model on cable. But that world existed just 10 years ago. Today, May 20th is in fact the anniversary of the show's premiere on UPN, a network that doesn't even exist anymore except as a vestigial appendage to The CW.  To celebrate the 10 years and 19 seasons — haha, just kidding, "cycles" — here is a look back at the 10 craziest moments from this always zany show's past.  1. Tyra Yells at Tiffany   The most infamous of all ANTM clips is this one where Tyra shouts about how she's never shouted at a girl before. I have a feeling that it was this very moment that made someone invent the reality TV GIF.  2. Beer in Tiffany's Weave Yes, it's Tiffany again, this time for the fight that got her kicked off the show. She would return later, only to be yelled at by Tyra. I think we need more occasions in which the phrase "bitch poured beer in my weave" is applicable. 3. Rebecca Passes Out   Nothing says "crazy moment" like a fit of narcolepsy in the middle of judging panel. This is one of the best falls of all time.  4. Alexandra Falls Off Stage   Rebecca passing out from stress was far more graceful than this contestant falling on the catwalk not once, but twice. And the first time she wasn't even clobbered by a giant pendulum.  5. Eva the Diva's Spider    Sure, Eva Pigford went on to win the (best?) season, but no one thought she would make it through this challenge, where she cried over a spider for what seemed like 17 years.  6. Top Model Backwards   The all-star season of the show was absolutely insane, but there was nothing crazier than when Tyra made everyone create music videos featuring her and a little person speaking in complete non sequetors while all the girls had to sing, "Pot Ledom, Top Model backwards." You just can't make that up.  7. Joanie's Insane Tooth   Joanie was one of the sweetest girls ever on the show, and it was sweet for Tyra to take out her snaggletooth for free. But when they pulled that thing out, it was about 18 feet long. How did she have that much tooth hiding in her skull?  8. Everything About Lisa   Lisa D'Amato went on to win the all-star season of the show. But when she was on originally, she made quite the ruckus. Not only did she pee in a diaper and have an extended conversation with a tree, she seemed to spend most nights getting drunk and disorderly. No wonder she's my favorite contestant of all time.  9. Brides of Frankenstein   There have been tons of absolutely insane final runways on the show (remember the stilt walkers?), but none compares to Caridee and Melrose squaring off in some cave while running around as zombie brides.  10. Danielle's Trecherous Heels   The girls have had to do lots of awful things over the years, but nothing was meaner than this pair of heels no one could stand in... especially Danielle (another future winner), who had to crawl off the catwalk in lieu of breaking her ankle.  Follow Brian Moylan on Facebook and Twitter @BrianJMoylan More: The First Male Models on 'America's Next Top Model'Tyra Banks Fires Everyone From 'America's Next Top Model'Meet the Sexy New Judges from 'America's Next Top Model' From Our Partners:Zoe Saldana Strips Down For Magazine (Celebuzz)33 Child Stars: Where Are They Now? (Celebuzz)
  • Christina Hendricks Gets More Screen Time in Commercials Than on 'Mad Men'
    By: Brian Moylan May 20, 2013 12:58pm EST
    Everyone who watches Mad Men knows that Christina Hendricks plays domineering bombshell (and fan favorite) Joan Harris (née Holloway). All the viewers also know about her commercials for Johnnie Walker that have been airing twice an episode since the show kicked off two months ago (even if just to fast forward through them). The problem with the episode that aired last night (you know, the one where everyone takes speed) was that Christina Hendricks got more screen time during the commercials than she did on the actual episode.  Last night, Joan didn't make one appearance in the SCDP office — not even in a meeting or to walk by and tell everyone to get back to work (which has been most of her action all season). My conspiracy theory is that Bob Benson had her tied up in a supply closet somewhere. While she got 0 seconds of screen time on the show, she got 39 seconds of screen time during the commercials. Yes, Christina is good enough to help the show sell advertising, but not good enough to, you know, warrant her own storyline.  The breakdown is she got 12 seconds for each of her Johnnie Walker ads, which appeared in the first and final comercial breaks. She was also in two segments of Lincoln's ad where the characters talk about different things on the show. She taught Peggy about "fashion" for seven seconds and "chastity" for five seconds. While being introduced to the concept, we see Joan three times for one second each. Those are her 39 seconds. It's just really sad that if any of us want to see Joan, we have to watch the ads. Maybe next week she'll get a full minute on screen! Follow Brian Moylan on Facebook and Twitter @BrianJMoylan | Follow Hollywood.com on Twitter @Hollywood_com More: 'Mad Men' Recap: What the Hell Just HappenedThose Are Not Nude Photos of Christina HendricksChristina Hendricks Is Too Busy for Kids From Our Partners:Zoe Saldana Strips Down For Magazine (Celebuzz)33 Child Stars: Where Are They Now? (Celebuzz)
  • 'Mad Men' Recap: What the Hell Just Happened? (Season 6, Episode 8)
    By: Brian Moylan May 20, 2013 11:19am EST
    Mad Men started with Ken Cosgrove almost getting killed in the craziest car ride since Blue Velvet and ended with Don scaling back at work under the emotional weight of, what exactly? Mommy issues? Marital issues? His newfound speed addiction? Maybe a little bit of everything? This episode was sort of everything that has been wrong with Season 6. We all loved that Mad Men always knew how to shock us and change direction in the most unexpected and interesting of ways, ways that, once the surprise was launched, seemed totally natural and inevitable in hindsight. This was not a surprise like that. This was just Ken Cosgrove tap dancing and Ginsberg slinging knives at Rizzo (considering Ginsberg's beat-inspired name, was their game of William Tell an allusion to the infamous version that William S. Burrows played with his wife?) without it really adding up to anything. Instead of being thematically whole, the episode was just a bunch of sound and fury signifying nothing. Well, it signified something, just not something very interesting.  I'm sure when the episode wrapped there were many people sitting at home thinking, "I totally didn't get that. Since this is Mad Men, I must not be smart enough to get it." Wrong. The problem was that the episode, while fun and entertaining, was so poorly plotted that even David Lynch would find it harder to follow than a polar bear in a blizzard. And don't get me started on those flashbacks. They annoyed me the first time they were deployed this season, but in this otherwise chaotic episode, they certainly didn't help streamline things. Seeing Don's childhood directly takes something away from this unknowable anti-hero that the show has been cultivating all these years. It makes the show into something like Lost or, even worse, Once Upon a Time, where we're supposed to learn about the characters and their present situations based on events from the past. Has Mad Men fallen so far that it is now using a tired network storytelling device? Of course, everyone is going to think that this episode was about drugs, because Jim Cutler gets everyone some sort of speed shot so they can be more creative. (Actually, in light of last season's wonderful LSD trip, it was almost like the writers said, "What if we did a whole episode like that?") This hour was not about drugs. It was really about Don's mommy issues. While I'm sure he's always had these, Don was always a much more literary character, signifying something about identity, the American dream, and the lies we use to get ahead. Now he's just a kid raised in a whore house who had some rough times. Now he's just a Freudian study.  Don has three maternal figures in this episode — well, two and a half, really. First there is his stepmother, who diagnoses his illness. The next is Aimeé, the hooker who nurses him back to health and then takes his virginity. The final one is Grandma Ida, who wasn't really a mother figure at all, but a con artist who pretended to be the woman who raised him. It's bad enough that Don never had a mother, but now we see that every woman who was kind to him when he was young was not only highly sexualized but also betrayed him in some way. All of Don's mothers, especially Grandma Ida, are imposters just like him. The one interesting thing about this episode is how each of the mother figures are a direct parallel to one of the women that he's been in love with. First there is Betty (blonde and skinny again, just like we like her), his first love who has become a hectoring scold, just like his stepmother who called him dirty and beat him for sleeping with Aimeé. Next there is Megan, who found Don two seasons ago when he was sick, tricked him into loving her, and now is increasingly absent — following Aimée's arc. That leaves us with Sylvia, someone who used to sneak in through the back door, the maid's entrance, just like Ida did. Syivia also pretended to be someone she is not when she called Don at work and said she was Arnold. In the parallel trifecta, she has also stolen something from Don, something he thinks is important. It's his heart. Awww.  If you didn't realize this was about Don, his mothers, and his lovers, we had Wendy, a girl whose father just died, telling Don that he has a broken heart and leaving him wondering if anyone loves him. That's one of those classic Mad Men existential questions that is meant to be left unanswered. While all this is going on, Don and everyone else is working on the Chevy account, which turns out to be much more trying than they thought it would be when they went after the business. Peggy and Ginsberg, the most sober of the crew, are herding the rest of the cats towards an idea. Stan has 666 ideas, none of which are any good. Don is trying to make everyone think that he's working, but he's really blacking out and flashing back, losing whole chunks of time when he's not fighting off the advances of an I Ching-loving hippie hussy. But Don isn't doing anything. He's running around and searching for old soup ads, but he's not really thinking about Chevy. He's trying to piece together his own past and come up with the one thing that he can tell Sylvia to win her back. (In all these years, is this the first time we've seen Don not able to get a woman he wants?) When he calls Peggy and Ginsberg into his office to deliver what we expect to be one of his killer campaigns, it's just a bunch of gobbledygook. He carries on about trying to make the commercial what people tune in for rather than the entertainment, like he's going to develop product placement or something (maybe that was a dig against Christina Hendricks' Johnny Walker ads?) but it is really nothing. It's just Don being high. After he goes home and passes out, the next day he wakes up and finally runs into Sylvia in the elevator. Earlier, he had been inventing ways of talking to her when he knocked on her door, but in the sober light of day, he remains silent. He walks away from her, knowing now that she is an invasive impostor who has barged into his house and upset things. She is not the solution, she is another symptom of the problem. He also marches into his office and says he will only be inspecting other people's work. He blames it on Chevy not wanting to make an ad for another three years, but it seems to be because he has lost his creative spark. Maybe it's because he has mined his past for all the material that he can. Now that he's coming to terms with that hooker raising him he doesn't have any schmaltzy soup/oatmeal ads left. This entire season seems to be about Don Draper's decline and now he's not only stopped producing good work, he's stopped producing work altogether. Sally Draper got a decent amount of screen time this episode, and handled herself quite well in the tense and bizarre situation of dealing with Grandma Ida without getting herself killed. Through it she learned that she doesn't know anything about her father so she couldn't even tell Grandma Ida she was lying. When faced with the great lie of Don's past, everything else is unknowable. He has the opportunity to tell her something about himself, but he is interrupted, like always, by work. I also loved that Sally was in bed reading Rosemary's Baby and then is awoken by Ida. Last season we saw her terrorized by the idea of violence towards women, but now she's getting more comfortable and canny about the idea of evil in the world. I don't know if this is a good thing, but it's there.  Stan Rizzo was also a central figure this episode. Not only did he screw Wendy (while her dead father's former business partner watched, no less) but he also came onto Peggy while she was bandaging his arm, another maternal figure who has become sexualized. Peggy tries to stop him from kissing her and says she has a boyfriend, but there's something that makes her want to do it. It's like her kiss with Ted two weeks ago. Since Peggy is becoming Don Draper, she's copying a classic move of his: starting a new relationship to wreck the one she's already in. But she wisely stops herself with Stan because he's like a brother to her. I also loved her speech about having to feel the loss in your life and not try to escape through booze or sex. It seems like she was talking directly to Don even though he wasn't in the room.  Of course, we learn this when she tells us, point blank, that is why she isn't doing it. Apparently whatever drug they were all on, the one effect it had was to take all the subtext that is usually in the show and fill it with text. Like finding a book of Mad Libs that someone has already used, the blanks have already been filled in and all the fun is gone. Yes, it's funny when Ken Cosgrove does his tap dance, but his tap dance is quite literally a tap dance. He feels like his job is tap dancing for others. Duh. It all makes total sense, yet it all doesn't add up. That means that, no matter how much fun we had last night, it was all completely useless. Follow Brian Moylan on Facebook and Twitter @BrianJMoylan | Follow Hollywood.Com On Twitter @Hollywood_Com More: 'Mad Men' Recap: Don Draper Gets Super Kinky'Mad Men' Recap: The Great Merger'Mad Men' Recap: Fathers, Sons, and Martin Luther King From Our Partners:Zoe Saldana Strips Down For Magazine (Celebuzz)33 Child Stars: Where Are They Now? (Celebuzz)
  • Upfronts for Dummies: The 9 2013 TV Trends You Need to Know
    By: Brian Moylan May 17, 2013 5:21pm EST
    All the champagne has been popped, the confetti swept off the floor, and the entertainment execs shuttled bleary-eyed onto a plane back to LA, because the TV Upfronts are over. This little season where all the channels try to convince advertisers that their new shows are going to be awesome is all done. But other than all the particulars of the new fall lineups and the trailers for all the new shows, what else did we learn? Here are some trends! Super Powers: Just like in the movies, it's all about the superheroes on TV these days. ABC's Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is in the same universe as The Avengers, The CW's Tomorrow People is a bit of an X-Men ripoff with mutant powers, ABC's Resurrection has a kid mysteriously coming back to life, and CBS' Intelligence has Josh Holloway (yes, Sawyer from Lost) as a cop with a magic microchip in his brain. Just wait, we're going to find out that Alice in Once Upon a Time in Wonderland has powers too. The Mini-Series Is Back: Doomed to irrelevance just a decade ago, limited edition programming is in for the fall. NBC has limited series Dracula all lined up, but Fox is betting the farm on a host of one-shot deals including the much-hyped 24 relaunch. They also have Billy the Kidd, Blood Brothers, The People V OJ Simpson, and a remake of classic miniseries Shogun on tap. Fox Is Busting Up the Schedule: In a seeming response to the threat posed by cable channels and newfangled "TV" networks like Neflix is Hulu, Fox is trying to shake off the traditional September-to-May TV schedule with year-round programming. Between the mini-series and shortened schedules for other shows, the network's roster will be revolving at all times. Is this the start of the end of TV as we know it? Who Doesn't Love a Rag Tag Group?: Sure, NBC gave Go On, a show about a diverse group of people in therapy, the axe, but the motley crew is back in a big way in a number of sitcoms. ABC's Back in the Game is a new take on the Bad News Bears, ABC's Super Fun Night shows three dorky girls trying to have the time of their lives, ABC's Lucky 7 has a weird group of coworkers winning the lottery (remember when this was called Windfall in 2006?), NBC's Undateable looks into the love lives of nerds, Fox's Enlisted is about the world's worst soldiers, and Andy Samberg leads a silly squad of cops on Brooklyn Nine-Nine. NBC Is Trying to Change...into CBS: With few shows left on its roster and even fewer hits, NBC is currently TV's whipping boy. But it's trying something different. Well, it's trying to be CBS. Its new comedies are all broad and mostly three-camera (see Sean Saves the World) and they're trying a bunch of procedurals like The Blacklist (with James Spader, which actually looks good), Ironside (a remake of the cop-in-a-wheelchair show), and Chicago PD (a spin-off of Chicago Fire). It's Always About the Parents: Plenty in this year's crop of shows feature adults dealing with their older parents. Will Arnett's parents move back in on CBS' The Millers, Anna Faris deals with her crazy mom Allison Janney on CBS' Mom, Seth Green and Giovanni Ribisi can't take their Dads on Fox, James Caan and his daughter coach her kid's little league team on ABC's Back in the Game, and Sarah Michelle Gellar is cursed with having Robin Williams as her dad and business partner on CBS' The Crazy Ones. The Past Is Our Future: Everything old is new again! The CW gets all soapy with Mary Queen of Scots in Reign, the '80s get The Wonder Years treatment (with more camp) in ABC's The Goldbergs, and in Fox's insane Sleepy Hollow Ichibod Crane literally wakes up in the modern day to fight the headless horseman once again. Sometimes the past should stay buried. The Future Is Also Our Future: Not only are we going to the past, but the future is so bright, we have to wear shades. Or, well, we have to have our cops partner with robots in J.J. Abrams' Fox drama Almost Human. The CW is going all genre all the time and both The 100, where teenage criminals are shipped off to a ruined planet Earth, and Star Crossed, about human and alien integration in high school, are both set in brave new worlds. The CW Is Sticking to Its Guns: If sci-fi and teen drama shows work for the network, why fix it? All of their new offerings fall into one category or the other. Like someone who wears the same outfit every day, at least they know what looks good on them. Follow Brian Moylan on Facebook and Twitter @BrianJMoylan More: 'The Originals' & 'Tomorrow People' Dazzle at CW UpfrontsNBC's Fall Schedule Features Dermot Mulroney, Sean HayesThe New CBS Trailers Are Totally Awesome From Our Partners:Zoe Saldana Strips Down For Magazine (Celebuzz)33 Child Stars: Where Are They Now? (Celebuzz)
  • Emily Blunt in Talks to Join All-Star Cast of 'Into the Woods' Movie Musical
    By: Brian Moylan May 17, 2013 11:47am EST
    So, every single A-list star that you care about is going to be in director Rob Marshall's screen adaptation of the classic Sondheim musical Into the Woods. Adding her name to the ever-growing list of stars is Emily Blunt, who The Hollywood Report reports (and they report like it's in the title of their magazine), is in talks to play the Baker's Wife. She doesn't get a name, but it's the female lead (though The Witch, which Meryl Streep snatched up, gets all the good songs).  If Blunt joins the cast, she'll be playing alongside Streep and Johnny Depp, and possibly Chris Pine and Jake Gyllenhaal, who are in negotiations. They still haven't cast the roles of Little Red Riding Hood or Jack (of Beanstalk fame), but at this point they're probably going to end up being played by a Fanning sister and Justin Bieber.  Follow Brian Moylan on Facebook and Twitter @BrianJMoylan More: Casting Johnny Depp in 'Into the Woods' Is a Bad IdeaTony Winner James Cordon Joins 'Into the Woods'Jake Gyllenhaal and Chris Pine to Play Princes in 'Into the Woods' From Our Partners:What Happened to 33 Child Stars (Celebuzz)40 Most Revealing See-Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)
  • 5 Reasons We're Super Excited for David Beckham to Retire from Soccer
    By: Brian Moylan May 16, 2013 4:38pm EST
    Today, May 16, 2013, will forever be known as the day that David Beckham, Posh Spice's husband who sometimes kicks around a ball, retired from soccer. This is his final season as a midfielder, a position I know as much about as the Vice Undersecretary of the Interior. But don't get too sad. The marketing genius won't have anything to do, but remain one of the most recognizable names in the world. What does that mean? More advertising! And what does more ads mean? More shirtless pictures three stories high adorning all the world's landmarks! Happy retirement, David. Now get naked and get back to work.  Follow Brian Moylan on Facebook and Twitter @BrianJMoylan More: David Beckham Runs Through LA in His UnderwearThe 20 Hottest Shirtless Muscle Men from the MoviesThe First Shirtless Superman Picture from 'Man of Steel' From Our Partners:What Happened to 33 Child Stars (Celebuzz)40 Most Revealing See-Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)
  • The 8 Hottest Photos from Prince Harry's American Tour
    By: Brian Moylan May 16, 2013 2:23pm EST
    In case you didn't know, Prince Harry – third in line for the British throne (at least until Kate pops out that little bundle of crown theft) – loves America. That's why he picked our fair country to get drunk and naked in last summer. It's just a year later and he's already back again. It's a good thing that Americans love Harry (almost as much as we love that other red-headed royal rake, Original Flavor Fergie) because for the last week, we've relished his every move. We loved when he played polo in Connecticut and baseball in Harlem. We loved when he visited Michelle Obama in Washington and Chris Christie in New Jersey. We loved him most when he donned his uniform and visited wounded troops in Colorado.  To share the love with all of you, here are the eight hottest pictures from his most recent visit. Sure, the final pic where he shows off his bum wasn't as good as last year's, but at least it was something.  Follow Brian Moylan on Facebook and Twitter @BrianJMoylan More: Prince Harry's Buff Bod Inspires These Awesome GIFsLas Vegas Mad Over Leaked Prince Harry PicsPrince Harry Cut Off From Facebook After Naked Photos Surface From Our Partners:What Happened to 33 Child Stars (Celebuzz)40 Most Revealing See-Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)
  • Sean 'Diddy' Combs' 'Downton Abbey' Parody 'Downton Diddy' Is Dreadfully Unfunny
    By: Brian Moylan May 16, 2013 11:35am EST
      The site is called Funny or Die, and I wish the latter would happen to Sean 'Puffy Diddlers' Combs' video parody 'Downton Diddy,' which was released last night. First he tried to punk the entire world by sending out an erroneous tweet saying that he was joining the cast for Season 4. PBS, which airs Downton Abbey in the US, quickly denied that he would be on the program. So what was his project? Just the video below where Diddy uses some fancy CGI to insert himself into key scenes from the first three seasons of the Melrose Place in a manor house.  It's not very funny. Well, the premise is funny, and it's cute for about 30 seconds, but the video is four minutes long. There is an introduction and an outroduction (is that what its called when someone talks at the end of the movie?) and Diddy calls it "Downtown Abbey" like 20 times — 19 of which are grating and one of which would have been mildly amusing if your mom didn't call it that the first time she heard about it on NPR. In this case, Diddy's prank on the press was way better than the content it actually created.  Downton Diddy from Sean Combs Follow Brian Moylan on Facebook and Twitter @BrianJMoylan More: Sorry, but Sean 'Diddy' Combs Is Not Going to Be on 'Downton Abbey'Kirk Cameron Taken Down by Child Stars in Funny or Die SketchWes Anderson Directs a Funny or Die Short From Our Partners:What Happened to 33 Child Stars (Celebuzz)40 Most Revealing See-Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)
  • This Naked Painting of Bea Arthur Is Worth Millions of Dollars
    By: Brian Moylan May 15, 2013 6:34pm EST
      The Golden Girls thanked us all for being their friends, but who knows if that thanks extends to John Currin, the artist who created this topless painting of the late great Bea Arthur titled, creatively, "Naked Bea Arthur." The painting, which caused quite a controversy when it was produced in 1991 and caused some art critics to tell people to boycott Currin for his unauthorized nudies, is now up for auction at Christie's and expected to fetch up to $2.5 million dollars. Click on that link if you want to see the full, graphic version. Rose is really gonna have to save up a lot if she wants to buy it and save Dorothy the humiliation of having it displayed in public forever.  Follow Brian Moylan on Facebook and Twitter @BrianJMoylan More: Bea Arthur Dies at 86Stars Pay Tribute to Bea ArthurBea Arthur Pays Tribute to 'Golden Girls' Mom From Our Partners:What Happened to 33 Child Stars (Celebuzz)40 Most Revealing See-Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)
  • Sorry Guys, Sean 'Diddy' Combs Is Not Going to Be on 'Downton Abbey'
    By: Brian Moylan May 15, 2013 5:51pm EST
      Downton Abbey is not exactly known as a cool hip place where you want to roll with your homies and spend a night at the club listening to hip-hop. That's why it was strange when Sean "Diddy" Combs, aka Puff Daddy aka Puffy aka Former Mr. Jennifer Lopez has announced that he's going to be a "series regular" on Season 4 of everyone's favorite English manor drama.  MY BIG NEWS: So happy to announce that Im a series regular on DOWNTON ABBEY-my favorite show+i'll be debuting a sneak peek tonight 12am PST! — Diddy (@iamdiddy) May 15, 2013 Representatives for Masterpiece, which airs the show in the US on PBS, tell us that is just not the case. For what it's worth, Combs is a pretty decent actor and got good notices for his turns in Monster's Ball, A Raisin in the Sun, and Get Him to the Greek. We do know that Season 4 of Downton is going to include the series first black character who is a jazz musician, why not put Diddly on? The stunt casting is so outrageous that it might actually work.  So, if Sir Puff of Daddy isn't going to be joining the Earl of Grantham, then just what the heck is his announcement all about? Now that it's not actually about the show, I find myself caring less and less.  Follow Brian Moylan on Facebook and Twitter @BrianJMoylan More: PBS Announces 'Downton Abbey' Season 4 Premiere Date'Downton Abbey' Gets Its First Black Character'Downton Abbey' Casts Lady Mary's Suitor From Our Partners:Zoe Saldana Strips Down For Magazine (Celebuzz)33 Child Stars: Where Are They Now? (Celebuzz)