There's more news happening about David Letterman, but frankly, unless he talks about it on his show or someone gets fired and/or goes to jail, I'm tired of writing about it. In other news, someone decided that Juno should be a writer and Donald Trump has decided his true skills lie in matchmaking. At least it isn't hairstyling.
Ellen Page, Alia Shawkat and Sean Tillman, who all have roles in Whip It!, will be writing a hipster comedy for HBO entitled Stitch N' Bitch. Can any of them write scripts? I mean, presumably Tillman pens his comedy schtick for his alter ego Har Mar Superstar, but Ellen Page? Does someone think she actually came up with the Juno dialogue? Perhaps they are confused. And I hate to doubt the powers of Maeby since I've loved her since she was a little girl on the Fox Family show State of Grace, but I'm not privy to any of her writing samples. Here's hoping these three "kids" know what they are doing.
Donald Trump will no longer just be famous for being a real estate mogul with a bad comb-over. Now he's also a dating guru. The Donald will be helping a bachelorette find a dream guy, by using his well known interview skills... or something. The show will be called The Ultimate Merger, which is just so romantic I could die.
In case you were worried about NCIS: Los Angeles or The Good Wife, CBS gave these new fall hits a full season pick up. No big surprise there.
Well, this is slightly better than the Twilight one. A Family Guy fan turned his cornfield into a Brian and Stewie maze.
If you only watch Bones, Lie to Me, Fringe and House for the sexy strip club scenes, this mash-up of all of the racier moments from the Fox shows should be exactly what you are looking for. You perv.
You too can look like Don Draper! Someone finally got around to selling Mad Men suits. Don Draper mask not included.
Because the fans demanded it Tracy Morgan is on Twitter... just in time for it to totally stop working. Great timing!
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