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Sean Hayes or Frank Sinatra?
May 31st, 2017 under Hazy Mills. [ Comments: 2 ]

A few years ago when I interviewed Sean Hayes, I asked him after playing Jerry Lewis and Larry Fine from The Three Stooges, what other legend would he want to play. He told me Frank Sinatra because he looks just like the crooner did in his infamous 1938 mugshot. I didn’t know that photo, so I looked it up and was shocked by the resemblance.

Today, the Will & Grace star posted this side-by-side photo and I don’t know which one is which. Can you tell the difference?


Doesn’t this make you more excited for Will & Grace?
May 15th, 2017 under Debra Messing, Hazy Mills. [ Comments: 2 ]

In case you have not heard, Will & Grace is coming back to NBC on Thursdays this Fall. Today, the Peacock network released the first trailer for the comedy and it seems just like old times. Especially since none of them have aged a day in the 11 years since the show ended.

Now I have 4 months to binge all 8 seasons because this teaser makes me want to watch Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally’s show. I know, I know. I just almost lived it when I moved to LA, so I didn’t see the need to watch my real life. Now that my Will and I are no longer friends, I can totally watch. Should I?


Grimm goes out with one of the best series finales ever
March 31st, 2017 under Hazy Mills. [ Comments: none ]

Remember how pissed off you were with the series finales for Seinfeld, Lost, How I Met Your Mother, Dexter, The Sopranos and many many more? Well, that is not the case for Grimm that ends it run tonight at 8p after six epic incredible seasons on NBC.

While most Sci Fi shows don’t know to mix the monster of the week with mythology smoothly, Grimm was able to mesh those plotlines perfectly. That is why it was so easy to be a fan of the show for all six seasons. It was a well done show with great writing, acting and fairy tales to watch play out. Plus, the Wesens were always scary looking, which is what is expected from a Horror show like this.

Now lets briefly talk about tonight’s final episode. Remember last week, when Hank (Russell Hornsby) and Wu (Reggie Lee) were killed by the Skull Man and they were not able to be brought back to life with the healing stick? Remember how devastated you were? Well, that was just the beginning, the Skull Man is going to kill more of them. Who will survive? Will Adalind (Claire Coffee) survive? Will Renard (Sasha Roiz)? Will Eve (Bitsie Tulloch)? Will Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell)? Will Rosalee (Bree Turner)? Will Trubel (Jacqueline Toboni)? Will Nick (David Giuntoli)? Or will they all die?

Let’s just say it as epic as Angel’s series finale. Even more epic because unlike Angel, Grimm doesn’t leave us hanging. It will get a satisfying ending that fans of the show will appreciate and applaud all the way through. Well, maybe not when they watch X, Y and/or Z die.

Networks are letting shows have their final seasons, so you think why can’t they do them right. Right? Well, Grimm is one of the very few shows that does, so tune in for one last hurrah. I promise you will appreciate it as much as I do!

Thank you to everyone who worked on Grimm for six seasons of getting it right!


Things are very grimm on Grimm
March 24th, 2017 under Hazy Mills. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 8p, it is the second to last episode of Grimm on NBC, and this Sci Fi drama is going out with one of the best series finales in a real long time. While most shows go out with a whimper, this show will leave you whimpering. Especially since not everyone makes it to next week.

Before we get to that, let’s start from the beginning of the episode. Nick (David Giuntoli) and Eve (Bitsie Tulloch) are still stuck on the other side of the mirror and Diana knows how to get them out. Just as she about to do it, Rosalee (Bree Turner) and Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) realize if she does it something terrible will happen. In other words, they will not come back alone. That third person is pure evil and he will go one a killing spree, destroying everyone and everything in his path.

Now it is up to everyone to stop him before he succeeds with his real goal. He wants a childhood bride and he has picked Diana for that role. Something that Renard (Sasha Roiz) and Adalind (Claire Coffee) are not going to let him happen.

As her parents try to protect her, Nick, Hank (Russell Hornsby) and Wu (Reggie Lee) go after this evil being. Eventually, he will meet up with one of the groups and no one is safe. He has a bigger stick than Nick and he knows how to use it. While Nick’s saves live, his takes it.

Make sure to record this episode because you going to re-watch a few scenes over to see if that really happened.

As ballsy as tonight’s episode is, and it is pretty ballsy, next week’s episode is even ballsier. Therefore, make sure to watch tonight’s episode and next week’s too. It shows Lost, How I Met You Mother and Seinfeld how its done.


Sean Hayes takes the gold, 24K to be exact!
February 1st, 2017 under Bruno Mars, Hazy Mills. [ Comments: none ]

Sean Hayes and his husband, Scott Icenogle, did their own take of Bruno Mars’ Perm from 24K and it definitely deserves the gold because they brought the funk! As in Wild Cherry, but that reference is way dating me.
Back to Hayes and his hubby, the two of them created this video as an escape for all of us and I think it worked. So much so, I don’t know why they haven’t created a game show where actors create their own music videos to their favorite songs!


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