When William Shatner, Henry Winker, George Foreman, Terry Bradshaw and Jeff Dye were in Tokyo, they appeared on the Japanese talk show Pon. The stars of Better Late Than Never had to do some wacky and wild things on it and one of those things was eat something to find out if it is candy or not candy. When the got to The Shat, he got something that looked like a bar of a soap. With a straight face he told everyone that it was candy. The two twins, who were also on it, were so intrigued by that, that they just had to try it. Only problem it was really soap. That is why The Shat is The Sh!t.
So for all of you people who wanted to see the patriarch from Sh!t, My Dad Says with a mouth full of soap, you can now cross that off your bucket list!
On this Tuesday’s episode, they travel to Kyoto, Japan and Hong Kong. See what trouble the fascinitating five get into on NBC at 10p.
I am sure you heard that Katey Sagal is once again going to play Kaley Cuoco’s mom, this time on The Big Bang Theory. The first she did it was, of course, on 8 Simple Rules.
Today on the set of TBBT, not only did the TV mother reunite with her oldest daughter, but she got to hang with her middle child and son. That’s right, Amy Davidson (and son) and Martin Spanjers joined their television family on the casting couch and we got this very sweet photo. So sweet, I would love to see a reunion show with them because they look just as close now as they did then. Like a real family!
BTW I still miss John Ritter and James Garner.
It is one of the last Thursday’s of the Summer and that can turn anyone into a sour puss. But you know what really does that? Eating something sour. The way your whole body contorts as the flavor touches your tongue. We know that feeling all so well. So well, we try not to experience that feeling too often.
But when you are a kid, you don’t know that. Your parents know that, but since you’ve never experienced it how would you know? You wouldn’t. Therefore, to the people who are raising you, it is a lot of fun to see their kids experience that mouth wrenching moment for the first time. Why should they be the only ones who get to see that? They shouldn’t be, so that is why they record it and share it online. Then a place like Kyoot Kids makes a compilation video of it for you to enjoy.
Now one of the last Thursday’s of the Summer doesn’t seem so bad.