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Chris Hardwick lost his virginity to a blowup doll!
April 29th, 2016 under Comedy Central, Jimmy Kimmel. [ Comments: none ]

We know that Chris Hardwick is the Nerdist, and turns out he lost his virginity in the Nerdist way. Yesterday on Jimmy Kimmel Live, it was revealed that he gave his V-Card to a blowup doll in high school. The ABC late night talk show was so infatuated with this fact that they reunited him Emily. It was a reunion so hot, I don’t know if it should’ve been shown before @midnight.


Shonda Rhimes admits to killing off at least one actor she didn’t like
November 13th, 2015 under Comedy Central, Shonda Rhimes, Tim Daly. [ Comments: none ]

Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice, Scandal and How to Get Away with Murder’s creator Shonda Rhimes was on The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore and the Comedy Central host asked her, “Have you ever killed off a character because you didn’t like the actor?” Then for extra points, he asked her to name names. Once she stopped laughing, she said, “Yes! And I am not naming names.” Since she said names, I am assuming it is more that one. Once you kill off one character, I guess it gets easier. So I am assuming Katherine Heigl was the first and then it got easier to kill off the likes off Chris Lowell, Tim Daly, Eric Dane, Columbus Short and Patrick Dempsey. Not saying she didn’t like all of them, but maybe that explains why they were suddenly 86ed?
I personally can’t watch her shows anymore. I find her shows to be over the top depressing and sadistic. It’s like how can we destroy one character’s life one week, and then keep making it worse every week after that. Like having a character addicted to drugs, her boyfriend dies of an overdose, she finds out she’s pregnant, the baby has no brain and she carries the baby to term to donate the organs. That is just one example, but what about Meredith Gray, who in her family hasn’t died. Oh yeah, the kids. How long until one of them gets a terminal disease or gets hit by a car or drowns or something? And what more can she do to Mellie? That is why I am done with her shows.
And now it seems like the truest Diva is not the actors, but the person in charge. I think that says a lot because Chuck Lorre has worked with a lot worse than Rhimes and he only killed off one troubled actor and for good reason. Just saying.
What do you think of her admitting to killing off an actor she didn’t like?


Trevor Noah had an emergency appendectomy
November 4th, 2015 under Comedy Central, Trevor Noah. [ Comments: none ]

Trevor Noah will not be hosting tonight’s The Daily Show because he had an emergency appendectomy this morning. Comedy Central will air a repeat tonight instead.
Even though he had the surgery just hours ago, the network says he is expected to be back at the anchor’s desk tomorrow night at 11p. Dang, that seems fast. Although, I remember when Jimmy Kimmel missed a show for the same reason a few years ago, he was at The Police concert just days afterwards. I guess you heal quicker after that surgery than a nose job, which seems odd.


Moonbeam City will Dazzle you!
September 16th, 2015 under Comedy Central. [ Comments: none ]

Patrick Nagel’s art comes to life in the animated ’80s police procedural comedy Moonbeam City on Comedy Central tonight at 10:30p, and it is anything but criminal.
Moonbeam City is safe city, mostly because of Dazzle Novak (Rob Lowe). He is one of their lead detectives who miraculously is able to solve crime. He is a bumbling, self-involved idiot, but things just seem to go his way in spite of himself. His arch nemesis is Rad Cunningham (Will Forte) and he will do anything to knock Dazzle down a few notches. As hard as he tries, it doesn’t work. Pizzaz Miller (Elizabeth Banks), is the tough chief, who has her work cut out for her with these two. Because of that she gives Dazzle an assistant, Chrysalis Tate (Kate Mara), to help him out and keep him under control. That doesn’t happen.
Each week they will try to keep Moonbeam City safe, which is hard to do because their antics make it dangerous.
Since I have been a fan of Nagel’s art since I was kid, I loved the show at first sight. Then as I watched the first three episodes, I loved it even more because it is so out there and naughty. Plus, there are so many brilliant lines throughout the episodes, you can’t help but to laugh uncontrollably. You will hear things come out of Lowe and Forte’s mouths, you never thought you would hear them say. In fact, even though you don’t see the actors, you can hear how much fun they are having with this outrageous show. And if they are enjoying it, then believe me, you are going to enjoy it just as much as them and me.
Wait until you see next week’s episode with a nice little tribute to Toto! Since Nagel’s art is a sign of the ’80s, the show is full of a lot of throwback references to the Me decade.


Larry Wilmore goes after Don Lemon for literally playing the race card
June 24th, 2015 under Comedy Central. [ Comments: none ]

I like, almost everyone, was completely offended by Don Lemon holding up a card with the N-Word on it. So my way of not giving the CNN anchor the attention he wanted was to ignore it. But then Larry Wilmore took him to task on it on The Nightly Show yesterday, and it was so perfect I had to give Lemon the attention he wanted.
Seriously, imagine the poor intern who had to make up that sign. To that person, I say get out now. You’ve been part of one of TV news’ lowest moments. Yes, there is no where to go but up, but it is also a sign that things might sink even lower. I don’t want to know how, but Lemon will find a way. He always does.
Honestly, how are people more upset with Brian Williams’ lies over Don Lemon’s disgusting tactics. I don’t get it. To me everything Lemon does is so much worse than Williams.


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