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Poor Jerry O’Connell
June 21st, 2024 under Jerry O'Connell/Rebecca Romijn. [ Comments: none ]

Jerry O’Connell was stuck at the airport in Atlanta, and they had his game show Pictionary playing on the television above.

Therefore, you would think that his fellow travelers would recognize him. Nope, but he says, “One lady asked me if I was ‘The guy from Ozark.'”

It could’ve been worse. At least they didn’t confuse him with that guy from Full House. Too soon?


Akbar Gbajabiamila is almost man enough to be a woman
June 3rd, 2024 under Jerry O'Connell/Rebecca Romijn. [ Comments: none ]

The Talk decided to have some fun with Akbar Gbajabiamila and Jerry O’Connell. So, the producers made them try a menstrual crap stimulator to see how much pain they could endure. Can you guess who was able to endure the most pain for a longer period of time?

Would it be the man who has been acting since he was in his early teens or the football player who spent his time being knocked down by men twice his size?

You got that right. It was the man who a Kangaroo knocked out. Just joking, it was Akbar.

Jerry was out faster than you can say, “Menstrual cramp stimulator.” And Akbar took it all the way to 32. He might have been screaming in pain, but he did it. So my helmet is off to him.

Would Akbar do it again? He would rather be tackled by a 350-pound football player.

BTW Can we talk about how much fun this was to watch? But then again, I am a sadist and love seeing men in pain!


Jerry O’Connell can work the runway in heels
May 31st, 2024 under Jerry O'Connell/Rebecca Romijn. [ Comments: none ]

Yesterday on The Talk, Flame Monroe taught Jerry O’Connell, Amanda Kloots, and Sheryl Underwood how to walk in heels in confidence.

O’Connell was the first one to sashay down the makeshift runway, and he worked it. Not only can he walk beautifully in heels, but he can also drop it like it is hot while wearing them and jeans.

I am impressed and Rebecca Romijn is a lucky woman.


Jerry O’Connell is all wet!
May 21st, 2024 under Jerry O'Connell/Rebecca Romijn. [ Comments: none ]


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Jerry O’Connell loves being a host on The Talk, and he will do anything to get people to watch the CBS talk show. Therefore, he made a short video in which a bucket of water was thrown on him.

And now the 50-year-old finally knows what it is like to be in a wet t-shirt contest. Do you think he would win?


The Talk hosts go back to work at their first jobs!
May 17th, 2024 under Jerry O'Connell/Rebecca Romijn, Talk Shows. [ Comments: none ]


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A long, long time ago, Sheryl Underwood, Amanda Kloots, Jerry O’Connell, Akbar Gbajabiamila, and Natalie Morales had jobs that are different than the one that they have now as hosts on the CBS daytime talk show The Talk.

Starting on Monday, May 20th, they are all going back to work and doing what they used to do when they were first starting out in the work world.

Underwood starts the week off. The comedian will be taking orders at Pioneer Chicken. Hopefully, she won’t be fried after a long day of work handing out fried chicken and fried fish.

The next day, the Fat Kid from Stand By Me takes an acting class—not just any acting class, but one for children.

Hump Day gets a kick from Kloots. The dancer dresses up as a hot dog mascot, just like she did when she was a teen.

We know Gbajabiamila as a professional football player, but before that, he was making a splash saving lives as a lifeguard.

The week closes out with total cuteness. News anchor Morales spent her teens working with animals, and she will get to do it again. Sounds like a tough job, but someone has to do it.

Who do you think is going to have the most challenging time doing their 9 to 5 again? And who do you think might hand in their application because they are going to need a new job in January?


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