This is the series that never ends...
Before Charlie Sheen introduced the concept to us via a series of confusing and ill-advised interviews, we had no way to rate the quality of "winning." But now we know that Sheen apparently is "winning," thanks to his tiger blood (i.e. ferocity), Adonis DNA (i.e. attractiveness), ability to defeat earthworms with words (i.e. articulateness), ability to convert tin cans into gold (i.e. improve shows/films by his mere presence) and "bitchin' life" (i.e. substance abuse, promiscuity, violence or other illegal activity, none of which we condone or endorse). Rating each category on a scale of 1 to 10, we thought we'd determine the "winning" level of some of the biggest, most outrageous celebrities out there. If you, too, can come close to Sheen's winningness (he scores 10s across the board), he may want to party with you. Or follow you on Twitter.
Who says Slattery will get you nowhere?
If Jimmy Fallon wasn't a late-night TV institution before, he is now -- the Late Night host recently received his own Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavor, called "Late Night Snack," consisting of vanilla ice cream with salty caramel and chocolate covered potato chips. It joins Cherry Garcia and Stephen Colbert's AmeriCone Dream in the ranks of celebrity ice cream flavors. Given the media hoopla that's been made of it, it's a wonder that the ice-cream makers don't produce even more celebrity flavors. Sure, it would make the honor less prestigious, but it's kind of a dubious honor to begin with, when you think about it. Here are some other celeb flavors we'd be curious to get a tasting spoon of.
We will always remember today for first causing us to ask ourselves, "How do you say 'hot tub' in Italian?"
Quite the day for news to start off President's Day weekend right! Check out what Kiefer Sutherland, Leelee Sobieski, and Howie Mandel all have in common (hint: pilot).
If you are a twelve-year old girl, or a sixty-year-old mom, have we got news for you today.
Two themes dominate today's news selections: unreasonable (and in both cases, unwarranted) requests for more money and panel time, and the continuation of legitimately good television. Come now, you'll understand.
Fox says no to J-Lo as an American Idol judge and The Office considers Danny McBride and Rhys Darby to fill the void left behind by Steve Carell. More rarely-made good judgments by the TV folks in today's news...
Modern Family gets more modern with a gay wedding and and a little unimaginative with Nathan Lane not-so-surprisingly playing a flamboyant character in its next season. Even less surprising may be the combination of things we can't stand about teenagers, as MTV's R.J. Berger and Justin Bieber unwelcomingly make their way into our news for today...