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The Bad: Will Arnett’s Extreme Makeover, Weight Loss Edition
Well, now we have a possible explanation for why Arnett and Amy Poehler broke up: she didn’t recognize him anymore. In between seasons, Arnett hit the gym and lost a ton of weight. Good on him and all, but he now looks like a completely different person… one who really needs to add some meat back onto his bones. (We’re not quite at Christian Bale-in-The Machinest territory yet, fortunately.) I’m sure we’ll all adjust to his new appearance, but I have to admit to spending much of the premiere doing a double-take every time he appeared on screen.

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Up All NightReturns: September 20 at 8:30 PM on NBCWhat to Expect: After a surprisingly sweet (and entertaining) Season 1, NBC is reworking the series a bit. First, Ava’s talk show will basically be no more, in favor of smaller and presumably less zany plotlines. Also of note: Will & Grace's Sean Hayes is joining the cast for a few episodes.Will We Watch It? Yep. Though sometimes Up All Night is so accurate to the difficulties of raising a child that it’s slightly difficult to watch.
Read more: Fall TV Preview 2012: Returning Shows

Up All Night
Returns: September 20 at 8:30 PM on NBC
What to Expect: After a surprisingly sweet (and entertaining) Season 1, NBC is reworking the series a bit. First, Ava’s talk show will basically be no more, in favor of smaller and presumably less zany plotlines. Also of note: Will & Grace's Sean Hayes is joining the cast for a few episodes.
Will We Watch It? Yep. Though sometimes Up All Night is so accurate to the difficulties of raising a child that it’s slightly difficult to watch.

Read more: Fall TV Preview 2012: Returning Shows

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6 pictures of → Will Arnett being objectified (for slightbutpowerful)

Amy Poehler is a lucky lady.