Ryan Murphy adds more sopranos to the club, while we pretend that last season never happened.
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On this week's episode of Modern Family, the entire extended family starts out on their multi-episode trek to Hawaii. Upon hearing about this, our minds immediately jumped to cursed Tiki necklaces, surfing accidents and Don Ho, à la The Brady Bunch's infamous trip. Can't you just see Luke accidentally finding a Tiki and then nearly getting bitten by a poisonous spider? While it seems that Modern Family is offering up a, well, more modern take on the group vacation to the islands, it got us thinking about other classic Brady Bunch sitcom plots that would benefit from this ABC show's unique spin.
Evangeline Lilly had the nerve recently to ask for more money per episode on her Lost contract, even though she makes more than anyone else on the show (except Matthew Fox) and even though her character Kate is by far the most irritating character on that show by a landslide. This prompted me to think back over my years of TV-watching to compile the list of most unduly annoying characters to ever exist on the small screen.
My Fair Brady's Christopher Knight has signed on to host Trivial Pursuit: America Plays, a TV version of the board game Trivial Pursuit. But there's a twist. Instead of being all boring and reading the questions off of cards like us sad sacks at home do it, the TV treatment will have viewer-submitted videos of random people asking trivia questions, with the contestants answering them in an attempt to win a colorful piece of plastic pie. At least I hope they leave the plastic pie pieces in. I'm also serious about the sports category -- I never play it. It's always about golf and I'd just rather it didn't exist.
Here at TwoP.com, we like to keep up on the latest casting news, so we can squeal with glee whenever we see the name of somebody we recognize. Well, I squealed with glee three times this morning, and it's not even lunch yet. Here's a few interesting tidbits, involving Pee-Wee Herman, the Devil and Peter Brady... and no, they're not the same story.