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My Best Friend’s Wedding cast reunite!
February 7th, 2019 under Cameron Diaz, Dylan McDermott Dermot Mulroney, Julia Roberts. [ Comments: none ]

Back in 1997, we were all hoping to have a moment where we would all break out into a Burt Bacharach song at a restaurant with our friends just like they did in My Best Friend’s Wedding. I don’t remember the rest of the movie because that moment drowned out the rest.

Anyways now 21 years later, Julia Roberts, Dermot Mulroney, Cameron Diaz and Rupert Everet all reunited to talk about that iconic film to Entertainment Weekly. I didn’t read the article, just like Playgirl I just read it for the photos. Seeing them all together brought me joy. Now I cannot get I Say a Little Prayer out of my head. I just wish other people would sing it with me at this restaurant and not look at me like I am crazy.


Fox permanently grounds LA to Vegas
May 21st, 2018 under Dylan McDermott Dermot Mulroney. [ Comments: none ]

Even though LA to Vegas finally solved the Hollywood mystery, which one is Dermot Mulroney and which is Dylan McDermott, it was not good enough to save the show from being cancelled after just one season. Which is sad because it was the funniest new show of the year.

I think if it aired on FX, it would have gotten a second and third season. Instead, it will never take flight again.

Fox made a lot of mistakes with the 2017-2018 season and this was just one more. Thank you for the laughs and the McMulroney episodes, I will treasure them forever along with the show.


If Dylan McDermott and Dermot Mulroney had a son, it’d be Rob Lowe?
April 19th, 2018 under Dylan McDermott Dermot Mulroney, Rob Lowe. [ Comments: 1 ]

Rob Lowe posed with Dermot Mulroney and Dylan McDermott, or is it Dylan McDermott and Dermot Mulroney? Anyways, he looks like what would happen if the two actors merged as one. Which they basically have because can anyone but them tell them apart? I know I can’t. Can you?


Dylan McDermott and Dermot Mulroney finally work together
January 16th, 2018 under Dylan McDermott Dermot Mulroney. [ Comments: none ]

For decades, we have not been able to tell Dylan McDermott and Dermot Mulroney apart, but that can all change tonight at 9p on Fox. That is because Mulroney is going to guest star on McDermott’s LA to Vegas.

When Captain Dave (McDermott) breaks his wrist, Bernard (Nathan Lee Graham) and Ronnie (Kim Matula) call in a replacement. Cue his arch nemesis Captain Steve (Mulroney), who is filling in for the injured pilot. Steve normally flies international and everyone wants that route, especially Dave. That and everyone wants to work with Dave because they all love him.

But when Steve hints he wants the LA to Vegas route, Dave tries to recruit Bernard and Ronnie to get rid of his competition. Then when Dave gets an offer he can’t refuse, he gives up his flight or should I say flight. Only problem is now the flight attendants want to get rid of the new pilot, and they have no one to help them. Or do they? You’ll never believe what happens next.

Meanwhile in Vegas, Colin (Ed Weeks), Artem (Peter Stormare) and stripper Nichole (Olivia Macklin) throw the most original kids’ birthday party for the professor’s 3-year-old son. I know a lot of fathers who will want a party just like this for their sons.

When it comes to Dylan McDermott and Dermot Mulroney, I used to not be able to tell them apart. After tonight, it is even harder for me to tell which one is which. What I do know, is I love seeing them share the camera together. It might’ve have taken nearly 30 years to make it happen, but good things happen to those who wait. And this is a very good thing. So good, I want them to work together more often because the Hollywood twins play very well off of each other. Do not believe me, then see it for yourself tonight. That and for a sitcom that a half hour of nonstop laughing.


LA to Vegas takes flight tonight and you want to be on board with this show
January 2nd, 2018 under Dylan McDermott Dermot Mulroney, Fox. [ Comments: none ]

What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. What happens on a the flight from LA to Vegas is a very high-in-the-sky-larious sitcom debuting on Fox tonight at 9p!

Every weekend, Captain Dave Pratman (Dylan McDermott) pilots a flight on Jackpot Airlines from LA to Vegas. He is a throwback to the pilots from the ’70s. You know, the ones who drink too much, are completely full of themselves and are also pure sex machines. His co-pilot, Alan (Amir Talai), is quiet, but would do anything to be the captain.

Then there are the flight attendants, Bernard (Nathan Lee Graham) and Ronnie (Kim Matula). Bernard is the cool under pressure steward, who is the sane one in all of the madness during their short weekly journies. Ronnie on the other hand is so over the job and just like the wacky passengers on board with her.

Talking about the passengers, there are three who do the trek with them every week for much different reasons. Artem (Peter Stormare), goes there to play the games. He loves betting and will bet on anything. He is also a wheeler and dealer who loves to have fun. Nichole (Olivia Macklin) is a stripper, who tries to recruit the female passengers and get the males ones to go see her take her clothes off. Finally, there is Colin (Ed Weeks) who travels back and forth to see his son who lives in the city of sin. Sin is what him and Ronnie want to be doing but things seem to keep getting in their way.

Tonight’s episode is your typical pilot that lets you meet the people who put the nuts in airline peanuts. Next week, they contend with a man who dies on the flight and what to do with his dead body. But it is the third episode you really want to watch. That is because Dermot Mulroney guest stars as Dylan McDermott’s replacement. If you could not tell them apart before this episode, it will be even harder after you finally see the two of them acting together.

Actually, you want to check out all of their episodes because I think it is the best new comedy of the 2017-2018 season. This sitcom brings Modern Family’s Steve Levitan back to his roots of pushing the envelope comedies with heart like Greg the Bunny, Stacked and Oliver Beene. Thirty minutes of outrageous laughs that make you glad to tuned in for all of them. Plus, it is perfectly paired with The Mick, another show you should be watching to make your days feel so much better.


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