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October 17th, 2017 under Hot Links!. [ Comments: none ]


Guess who is looking manly? – Dlisted

Bella Thorne is bloodied – GCeleb

Rosario Dawson braless – Popoholic

Who punched their backup dancer? – Celebitchy

Rihanna's nipples are pretty in pink – The Nip Slip

Who was just wearing Calvins? – Drunken Stepfather


Look it is Roseanne’s two Beckys together at last!!!
October 17th, 2017 under Roseanne. [ Comments: none ]

If you have been waiting decades to actually see Lecy Goranson and Sarah Chalke together in the same place, your wait is over because it has finally happened. Why? The two Beckys got together with the rest of the Roseanne cast for the revival’s first table read.

While Goranson will be playing Becky Conner (Healy?)*, Chalke is playing a mystery character. How hot would it be her name is also Becky on the show, and she was married to Becky! Then the two Beckys would really be the two Beckys!

No word yet when the 8 episodes will air on ABC, but it will be some time early next year. My prediction is it will be bigger than American Idol because it was the #1 show when it originally aired.

On that note, tomorrow is the show’s 29th birthday and she still looks as fantastic as she did when she was first born. The first round of Roseanne seriously aged well in syndication. It truly is a timeless show, which probably is why it airs so many times on so many networks. The updated version better not let us down. Which I doubt it will.

*No word yet how the sitcom will deal with Glenn Quinn’s death, who played Becky’s husband and David’s brother.


BTWF ads: Justin Hartley for Miller Beer
October 17th, 2017 under Before They Were Famous, This Is Us. [ Comments: none ]

Before Justin Hartley did not have a problem getting the ladies on This Is Us, he did have hard time getting with a woman who was drinking Miller Bear. He looks the same now as he did when he was 25 in that 2002 ad.


Tonight’s This Is Us is very powerful for all with a surprise ending you don’t want to miss!
October 17th, 2017 under This Is Us. [ Comments: none ]

Every week, This Is Us is an emotional powerhouse and tonight at 9p on NBC, it delivers a very powerful episode.

Rebecca (Mandy Moore) realizes that her son, prepubescent Kevin (Parker Bates), has a fever when they go to the video store (it was store people went to to rent movies before there were streaming sites like Netflix), so she takes him and the other triplets to the doctor. Turns out that Kate (Mackenzie Hancsicsak) and him have Chickenpox. When Rebecca (Elizabeth Perkins) calls her mom to find out if she had the itchy condition when she was a kid, her mother takes that as invite to come over and help. The one thing Rebecca does not want or need especially after Jack (Milo Ventimilgia) gets the Chickenpox too. Tonight we learn why the two women do not get along and Rebecca finally has it out with her mom in a very powerful scene. A scene acted so brilliantly by Moore, it reconfirms my feelings towards her as one of the greatest actresses of her generation.

Since tonight’s episode is not a standalone, we will also get stories from the present day about the other characters as well. We learn more about Kevin (Justin Hartley) than we ever knew. Last week, he hurt his knee while filming a movie with Sylvester Stallone and this week it starts with Brian Grazer wanting to see what his injury he looks like. It is bad, so the producer tell his actor he has to have someone look at it. Therefore, Kevin goes to the doctor and she tells him he needs a procedure to fix it causing him to be off his feet for a while. The production says they will wait for him, but for how long. He is nervous that he will lose the biggest role of his career and will risk his knee to get back to work. When Toby (Chris Sullivan) confronts him about this, Kevin explains why this is all so important to him. Be prepared to have the tissues ready because it is going to be a heartbreaking moment. Kevin’s biggest one so far and about time, he had his episode.

Toby is not only dealing with Kevin, he is also dealing with his sister Kate (Chrissy Metz). She is determined to lose weight for her big Bar Mitzvah singing debut. She will do anything to fit into her dress, and Toby is worried about her. Does he have a reason to be?

Finally, Randall (Sterling K. Brown) and his wife Beth (Susan Kelechi Watson) are dealing with a new problem with their foster child. Deja (Lyric Ross) has not washed her hair in two weeks and it is smells disgusting. When another girl tells Deja that on a family outing, Beth kindly explains to her that they need to do something about it. As Beth combs out Deja’s hair, she learns a secret about the girl and shares it with Randall. Randall talks to Deja about it, and she is not happy that Beth shared the information with Randall. What will the ramifications be over this disclosure?

Like I said, tonight’s episode bring the powerful along with the emotional. What I did not tell you is that you MUST watch the episode all the way through because the finale few seconds will bring a surprise that no one saw coming and we will all be talking about it tomorrow. It is as big of a shock as when we found out that the Pearson house burned down and that is probably how Jack died. But I have said too much!

UPDATE: I forgot to mention, that tonight’s remarkable episode was directed by Thirtysomething’s Ken Olin, who masterfully put together an hour of television that tugs at our heartstrings.


The lame name they gave the Han Solo spinoff movie
October 17th, 2017 under Star Wars. [ Comments: none ]

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Ron Howard finally announced the name of the upcoming Hans Solo movie and it is…Solo: A Star Wars Story. Solo? Why not Han Solo? Or just Han? But Solo? Solo means “a thing done by one person unaccompanied.” Does that mean it will just be Han Solo? No, Chewie and more are in it.

I do not know why the name Solo bothers me so much, but it does. Do you hate the title as much as I do?


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