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Jenna Elfman and her TV son Josh Gad
November 4th, 2019 under Jenna Elfman, Josh Gad. [ Comments: none ]


Before Josh Gad was a snowman, he was the President’s son on 1600 Penn and Jenna Elfman was his TV mom. Six years after the show ended, the two actors were reunited at the airport at 2:45a. For once a red eye was not a bad thing for them

Besides catching up, maybe they were talking about bringing their show back. It could be about President Dale Gilchrist getting impeached because of the crazy and impeachable things his family has been doing. Unlike real life, the impeachable offenses are funny. Just like the show was!

BTW Can we talk about how great Elfman looks in the middle of the night? When I take a red eye, I look I went through the baggage carousel.

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A Dharma & Greg reunion!
January 31st, 2019 under Jenna Elfman. [ Comments: none ]


Back in 1997, Dharma & Greg met and got married all in the same day and a sitcom was born. Now, 21 years later, the cast is still getting together to celebrate their time together. Joel Murray had lunch with his 6 co-stars, Jenna Elfman, Thomas Gibson, Mimi Kennedy, Alan Rachins, Susan Sullivan and Shae D’Lyn, and all we got was this photo. And what a picture it is.

It makes you wonder why they did not invite Chuck Lorre to talk about doing a revival of the series. Who doesn’t want to see what happened to the most mismatched couple who somehow made it work?

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BTWF music videos: Jenna Elfman in Chris Isaak’s Somebody’s Crying
March 29th, 2017 under Before They Were Famous, Jenna Elfman. [ Comments: none ]


Before Jenna Elfman was one of the Townies, she was a beach girl in Chris Isaak’s Somebody’s Crying. She looks the same now as she did when she was 23 in that 1995 music.

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Imaginary Mary is better than you can imagine
March 29th, 2017 under Jenna Elfman, The Goldbergs. [ Comments: none ]


Imaginary Mary makes its real debut tonight at 8:30p on ABC, and you want to check out the latest sitcom from The Goldberg’s Adam F Goldberg.

Alice (Jenna Elfman) is a workaholic Sport Public Relations Guru who never wanted kids. Then she meets and falls in love with a man (Stephen Schneider) with who has 3 of them. Now, she has to try to get to know the kids she doesn’t want from the man she does want.

How will she do it? With the help from her old friend, who got her through her childhood, Imaginary Mary. She is a smart talking imaginary friend who is not the person, or should I say friend, you want to have help you out.

Alice is not the girl she used to be, so she listens but does not always take Mary’s advice. Which is good because not all of it works on Ben’s kids. There’s rebellious teenager (Matreya Scarrwener) and she will be the hardest one to break. Wannabe Andy (Nicholas Coombe) who needs help to become a man, and Alice will be that person. Not in a sexual way, but toughening him up. Finally, there is sweet little Bunny (Erica Tremblay) who immediately falls in love with Alice. But is that enough?

It will be a learning curve for the 6 of them, but as long as they have each other it will all work out. Just like this show that makes you want to watch it with your imaginary friend. Admit it we all have one and they have been waiting for something to watch with you since Drop Dead Fred.

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BTWF music videos: Jenna Elfman in Depeche Mode’s Halo
March 27th, 2017 under Before They Were Famous, James Corden, Jenna Elfman. [ Comments: none ]


Before Jenna Elfman was Keeping the Faith with Ed Norton and Ben Stiller, she was dancing in Depeche Mode’s Halo. Who knew that when the actress was 18 years old back in 1990, she was a natural brunette?
Here she is on The Late Late Show with James Corden talking about why dancing in the video was awkward for her.

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