Trish’s Trash: AFI’s Top TV Shows, Barbara’s Fascinating People

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The American Film Institute (AFI) has named the top ten tv shows of this year. Any of yours on the list? The only broadcast-network show to make the list is “Modern Family”, the rest are on cable.  “Homeland”, “Mad Men”, “Game of Thrones”, “Breaking Bad”, “Louie” and “The Walking Dead” have all made the list before and have made the list again this year. New to the list-“American Horror Story: Asylum” and “Girls.” Also making the list was the HBO tv movie “Game Change.” To read AFI’s list of the top movies of 2012 click here. (I haven’t heard of half of them….maybe it’s because I spend too much time watching bad tv)

3. Charlie SheenBrooke Mueller, Charlie Sheen’s ex, is back in rehab. So who’s watching their kids??? Denise Richards, Charlie’s other ex, is taking care of Brooke and Charlie’s twin boys. Bob and Max are currently staying with Denise. Brooke reached out to Denise for help because Charlie is working on his FX show “Anger Management.” This isn’t the first time the kids have stayed with Denise and sources say she would do anything for them.

September 25: Barbara Walters (82)Tonight it’s “Barbara Walters Presents: The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2012″ on ABC at 8:30. We still don’t know the number one fascinating person. But others on the list include Seth MacFarlane, Chris Christie, Gabby Douglas, E.L. James (author of “50 Shades of Grey”), Hillary Clinton, One Direction and Ben Affleck.  Any guesses?

Talk Shows Tonight:

Letterman: Billy Crystal, James Balong and Grizzly Bear

Leno: Kerry Washington, Albert Brooks

Conan: Charlyne Yi, Michael C. Hall and Tommy Johnagin

Jimmy Kimmel: John Krasinski, Mike Birbiglia, Atlas Genius

Craig Ferguson: Beth Behrs and Chris O’Dowd

Jimmy Fallon: Naomi Watts and Hugh Bonneville

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