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Nothing comes between Jerry O’Connell and his dog including clothes!
September 25th, 2018 under Jerry O'Connell/Rebecca Romijn. [ Comments: none ]

Jerry O’Connell and his dog are so close, that he has the same relationship with her that Brooke Shields has with her Calvins. Nothing comes between them

Is his wife jealous of their closeness? Not at all since Rebecca Romijn was the one who shared this arfdorable photo of the two, as she calls them, “white bitches”.

Why did she post a photo of her loves like that? To promote his new Bravo show Play By Play that debuted yesterday. What is it all about? Think of it as a show where four dudes get together and talk sports. Instead, they are gossiping about all things Real Housewives. Not only are they funny, but they actually found a way to use the lower third of the screen to make us laugh. Whether you are a Bravoholic or not, you will love this talk show that airs Monday at 10p.


Hot Links!
September 24th, 2018 under Hot Links!. [ Comments: none ]


Whose super bowls are showing? – Dlisted

Cher disses Madonna – Pajiba

Bella Hadid's underboob – The Nip Slip

Emma Stone shows a lot of skin – Popoholic

Justin Theroux breaks his silence – Celebitchy

A great Guardians of the Galaxy update – ScreenRant


Steven Tyler still gets baked
September 24th, 2018 under Aerosmith. [ Comments: none ]

Back when Aerosmith was starting out, getting baked to Steven Tyler meant something completely different to him then it does now. Back then it was all about getting high, now it is about getting full. As in his daughter, Mia made a homemade chicken pot pie.

I think we can all agree which one is much better. The chicken pot pie! Plus, it is a whole lot cheaper and made with love.


BTWF: Justin Trudeau being interview by CBC
September 24th, 2018 under Before They Were Famous, Star Wars. [ Comments: none ]

Before the press wanted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s opinion about world affairs, CBC wanted to know what he thought of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. How awwwdorable was the 11-year-old during that 1983 interview?

And he is right, Jedi was the best of the first or the last 3 Star Wars movies, depending on how you look at it.


The fall TV season begins tonight
September 24th, 2018 under ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC. [ Comments: none ]

It is the first Monday after the Emmys and that means it is time for the start of the fall season on broadcast TV. As much as this pains to me say, this is the weakest one for new shows in a really long time. Since there are a lot of shows premiering over the next few weeks, I am going to put them all in one post on a daily basis from, what I think is, best to worst.

The best show of the night goes to a new one and that is Manifest that debuts on NBC at 10p. Michaela (Melissa Roxburgh) and her family went on vacation with her brother, Ben (Josh Dallas), his wife Grace (Athena Karkanis), their twins, Cal (Jack Messina) and Olive (Luna Blaise) and their parents (Malachy Cleary and Geraldine Leer) and it is time to go home.

Michaela is ready to get home, but she will do anything not to travel with her nagging mom. When the airline opens up 4 seats, she decides to go along with her brother and his son who is battling cancer. Cal’s diagnosis is grim, so Ben wants to spend some time alone with him. They just have no idea what will happen next.

Their flight seems normal until they hit some turbulence. Once things level out, it is time to land at JFK. Air traffic control tells them to land at a nearby airport instead. When they get there, they find out that it has been 5 and 1/2 years since they took off. No one has aged a day in that time, while everyone else on the ground, including their family, has.

After several hours of quarantine, the passengers are reunited with their families. Now, they have to adjust to being together again. That is not the only difference, they start hearing a voice in their head that tells them to do something. They do not understand and that is something we are going to find out.

While I really like the pilot, I am cautionary optimistic because we have been down this road before with sci-fi shows. They give a good pilot and then it is all downhill from there. Hopefully, this will break that pattern. Please break the pattern because there is a lot of potential here.

For the rest of tonight’s reviews, then click here!


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