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The Goldbergs address Adam’s puberty
September 30th, 2015 under The Goldbergs. [ Comments: none ]

Last week, we were all surprised that Sean Giambrone, who plays Adam, voice changed over the summer hiatus.
Tonight at 8:30p on ABC, the show addresses his time to change in their own yummy way. He has zits, he is starting to smell, he is attracted to women differently and his voice is a lot deeper. For the most part that doesn’t affect him, that is until he auditions for a part in the school play A Chorus Line. The director isn’t happy with the crop of kids she got, so she decides to finally bump up Adam from the chorus to the lead. He doesn’t want the role because he hates the way that his voice sounds now. Leave it up to his sMother (Wendi McLendon-Covey) to come up with a way to make it work for him and the play. She has him do a Milli Vanilli, as in lip sync.
While that’s Adam’s problem, his brother, Barry (Troy Gentile), is preparing for the school dance with his JTP buddies. Barry is taking Lainey (AJ Michalka), but who is Erica’s (Hayley Orrantia) date? She is so picky, she doesn’t have one to go with. Barry’s friend Geoff (Sam Lerner) tries to win her over, but she ignores him. Will she eventually give in to this gleaming cube?
You just have to tune in for another scrumptious episode of the show that takes place during ’80something.


Who is the biggest Diva that Josh Groban has worked with?
September 30th, 2015 under Josh Groban, PBS, Sesame Street/Muppets. [ Comments: none ]

Josh Groban has worked with many singers, who are known for being Divas, and he told PBS NewsHour who he thinks is the biggest one of them all. Is it Celine Dion? Barbra Streisand? Kelly Clarkson? Sting?
It is none of the above. As it was revealed yesterday on The Muppets he had a torrid affair with Miss Piggy. PBS Newshour asked him about their wild weekend and he said, “She is an icon. She can have her pick of any man and I guess I am honored for the short time we had together.” Then he added, “Kermit, as he does, got in the way.”
Before their short tryst, they sang a duet on her late night show. He described what it was like working with his now-ex as, “I’ve worked with a lot of performers in the past, she was definitely the biggest Diva I’ve worked with.”
Sounds like he is a little bitter, but you can’t blame him. Once you go Miss Piggy, you lose the desire to get jiggy. It’s no biggie. There’s still Kat Dennings who he can diggy.


Code Black has a pulse
September 30th, 2015 under CBS, Marcia Gay Harden. [ Comments: none ]

Code Black is the newest medical drama on television and the show that debuts on CBS tonight at 10p is a lot like ER on 5 Red Bulls.
When I watched Code Black at the beginning of the summer, I hated the show. I thought it was all action and no emotion. As in there are so many cases that you can’t emotionally get involved in any of them, so how can you get emotionally attached to the show. Then I re-watched it, and I was able to get more emotionally involved with some of the cases. I think if they eliminate at least one case per episode, the show has a chance of becoming a hit. If they keep it at this rate, I think people will get tired of it because it is exhausting.
Code Black follows four first year interns (Benjamin Hollingsworth, Bonnie Somerville, Melanie Chandra and Harry Ford) working at Angels Memorial Hospital in Los Angeles. It is one of the busiest ERs in the country. Code Black is when there are more patients than resources and that happens about 300 times a year there. Each week they will have to deal with being at Code Black and try not to kill any of their patients.
They will have help from Mama (Luis Guzman), a caring senior nurse, and Papa (Marcia Gay Harden), a tough doctor who will do anything to save her patients. There there is their cousin, Dr Hudson (Raza Jaffrey), who is the calm one in the storm. But the kids always listen to their parents, who are the best actors on the show and keep it from going flatline.
So if you want a medical drama on Speed, then Code Back is for you. I think that Code Black is on life support for the time being and it can either way. It is up to you, to help decide if CBS should pull the plug or not.


Matt Damon made a lot of career mistakes
September 30th, 2015 under James Corden, Matt Damon. [ Comments: none ]

Matt Damon was on The Late Late Show yesterday and James Corden recreated several scenes from most of Jason Bourne’s movies with him. I didn’t realize until now, not only how many bad movies he has done, but how many of them I have not and will not see. In fact, it seems like he is trying to forget them too because he barely did any lines from them. I guess he doesn’t have catchphrases like the other actors who did this segment with the CBS late night host. What’s up with that?


Hugh Jackman would date George Clooney
September 30th, 2015 under George Clooney, Hugh Jackman. [ Comments: 1 ]

A video posted by Hugh Jackman (@thehughjackman) on

Hugh Jackman is doing press for Pan and a reporter asked him, if he was a female, which male celebrity would he date? Blackbeard thought about it for a second and said, “I reckon, George Clooney cause he’s funny and he’s naughty and he’s kind of cheeky and he just looks like fun.” So now you know the way to Wolverine’s heart, you have to show him your butt cheeks. That is what cheeky means, right? Joking.
I don’t get the whole Clooney appeal. I can understand liking him in the ’80s and the ’90s, but to me, he lost it this century when he became such a pompous know-it-all. Do you still find him attractive?


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