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June 30th, 2024 under Hot Links!. [ Comments: none ]

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What does Kelly Ripa hate to do on TV? – Celebitchy

RIP Martin Mull – Pajiba

Jennifer Lopez is seeing red – Egotastic

Christine Ricci completely nude – Drunken Stepfather

These SVU episodes were based on real stories? – Screen Rant


Is Lance Bass the AJ McLean of *NSYNC or is it the other way around?
June 30th, 2024 under AJ McLean, Lance Bass. [ Comments: none ]

I don’t know about you, but I get the members of *NSYNC and Backstreet Boys confused.

And now Lance Bass and AJ McClean are making things even more difficult for me because they both went bleached blonde. Because of that, I don’t know who is who. Do you?


Jeannie Moos retires from CNN
June 30th, 2024 under TV News. [ Comments: none ]

When I worked at CNN, I spoke with several journalistic legends. However, there was only one reporter who would make me fangirl when she called. That brilliant journalist is Jeannie Moos.

I never met or worked with anyone who has her wit. She is one of a kind, and I was lucky to have worked with her.

As were the people who worked with her before, during, and after me. But sadly, her reign has come to an end.

Moos announced at the end of the week that her time with CNN has come to an after 43 years.

I’m leaving the company tomorrow…calling it a day. Actually I’m calling it around 16,000 days since I’ve been at CNN for over 43 years.

I’m the shy, retiring type so I’m retiring shyly, avoiding all fanfare and lingering goodbyes. Just want to thank everyone who helped me do what I love. Special thanks to the cameramen and women whose backs I strained shooting excessive b-roll, to the editors who put up with my micromanagement during endless edits, to the makeup artists who made me look better than I actually do and especially to the producers who I’ve worked with since I first came to CNN in 1981 when it was 6 months old. Imagine being a producer and doing nothing but Moos stories for YEARS. Those people are saints.

I don’t expect to go back to packaging full-time, though might entertain quirky projects if I get bored and someone has something fun to pitch. But, for God’s sake, please…NO MORE STORY IDEAS! Any more story ideas and I’ll want to retire FROM LIFE.


CNN lost a legend, and she will never be replaced. There will never be another Jeannie Moos. And I don’t know if that is a good thing or not.

So, Miss Moos. I want to thank you for making the news special.


Another doctor quits Chicago Med
June 29th, 2024 under Dick Wolf. [ Comments: none ]

(Photo by: George Burns Jr/NBC)

It seems like every season, another actor leaves Chicago Med, and this year is no different.

Dominic Raines, who plays Dr. Marcel will not be a series regular when the show returns for season 10.

According to Deadline, there is no word if we will see him again on the medical procedural.

His exit should not be that hard to write. During the season finale, his character was taking some time off. Dr. Marcel turned a child down for a transplant. When that kid died, the boy’s father killed himself. Their deaths left Dr. Marcel with such guilt that he was told to take as much time as he needed. And it sounds like he will take it all.

Raines’ departure is a huge loss for the series. He was one of the few characters who was at least interesting. Plus, he was easy on the eyes.

Are you going to miss him?


A ’70s girl’s wet dream: Barry Williams and Donny Most!
June 28th, 2024 under Happy Days, The Brady Bunch, Wet dream. [ Comments: none ]


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Back in the ’70s, girls were watching The Brady Bunch and Happy Days. However, they never saw Greg Brady and Ralph Malpph together, much to their disappointment.

That was then. Recently, Barry Williams and Donny Most got together, and we got to hear two teenage heartthrobs sing the Happy Days theme song together.

And now all of those groovy girls are having happy days!!!


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