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Peacock is giving Community its six seasons and a movie!
September 30th, 2022 under Joel McHale, Ken Jeong, Peacock. [ Comments: none ]

Fans of Community have wanted a film, and Peacock is giving them just that. Not only will they get a movie, but all six seasons will also be available on the streaming service. Therefore, finally fulfilling the prophecy that the series predicted.

“‘Six seasons and a movie’ started out as a cheeky line from Community’s early seasons and quickly ignited a passionate fan movement for this iconic, hilarious and cool (cool, cool) NBC comedy,” said Susan Rovner, Chairman, Entertainment Content, NBCUniversal Television and Streaming. “We’re incredibly grateful that 15 years later, we are able to deliver fans this promised movie and can’t wait to get to work with Dan Harmon, Andrew Guest, Joel McHale, Sony and our partners at UTV to continue this epic comedy for Peacock audiences.”

While Joel McHale, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, Gillian Jacobs, Jim Rash, and Ken Jeong will all be back, Chevy Chase, Donald Glover, and Yvette Nichole Brown will not be. Who needs them anyways?

Peacock did not say when the six seasons and the movie will be coming, but at least we know they are coming.

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John Cho tells fans he is Ken Jeong
June 22nd, 2022 under Harold and Kumar, John Cho, Ken Jeong. [ Comments: none ]

John Cho was doing the press line for Don’t Make Me Go at the Tribeca Film Festival when he was recognized by some boys on the street. They started screaming, “Are you from Harold and Kumar?” The actor responded by telling them, “No, I am from The Hangover.”

As we know, Cho was in the White Castle movie, and Ken Jeong got naked in that movie about a hangover.

So, how did the comedian react when he found the actor sold him out like that? Jeong wrote, “How dare you.”

I can’t wait to see how Jeong gets Cho back because I know it is going to be good! If I were Cho, I would be afraid, very afraid.

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The infamous Rudy Giuliani on The Masked Singer episode aired tonight
April 20th, 2022 under Alan and Robin Thicke, Fox, Ken Jeong, Nick Cannon. [ Comments: 2 ]

Two months ago, we heard that Rudy Giuliani was going to be on The Masked Singer and that Ken Jeong and Robin Thicke walked off of the stage after his reveal.

Tonight that episode finally aired, so did that happen? It didn’t, and it did. The two men did walk off the stage eventually but remained professionals until they didn’t have to be anymore.

I respect them for doing their jobs. Sadly, the same can not be said for Giuliani, who has never been a professional. Well, professional asshole, he was always good at that.

And sad on Fox for booking the disgraced man.

Oh, did you notice how Nick Cannon dissed him by not introducing him as the former mayor of New York City? That was a nice touch. Too bad the women were just too oblivious to it all.

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Murderville kills it with the jokes on Netflix
February 3rd, 2022 under Conan O'Brien, Ken Jeong, Netflix, Sharon Stone, Will Arnett. [ Comments: none ]

Will Arnett teamed up with Netflix to give us Murderville, a murder mystery show that is half scripted and half improv. Will Arnett and a few other cast members are given a basic script, and the episode’s guest star is not given one. That guest has to pay attention because they have to solve the murder of the week.

Who are the victims? I mean guest cops, who work alongside Terry Seattle (Arnett)? They are Annie Murphy, Conan O’Brien, Ken Jeong, Kumail Nanjiani, Marshawn Lynch, Sharon Stone. Believe it or not, football star Lynch was the best one of them all, and they were all great as they put up with the comedic punches.

Each episode starts off with Chief Rhonda Jenkins-Seattle (Haneefah Wood) telling her soon-to-be ex-husband that he is getting a new partner. Then Seattle banters with them before they go to the morgue. When they get there, they are greeted by Medical Examiner Amber Kang (Lillian Bowen). She tells them how each victim was murdered and gives them some clues. Now, Seattle and his partner of the week are off to interview three different suspects. At the end of the interrogations, the guest star has to reveal who they think did and why? Once they make their reveal, the chief comes out and tells them if they are correct or if they are wrong.

Sounds easy, it isn’t. This is one of the few police procedurals where I didn’t get any of the killers correct. But then again, it could be because the biggest guest star was the cop and not the murderer. How evil is that?

Not as evil as Arnet is to all of them. He keeps them on their toes with his humor. All of the guest stars have to play off of him and not laugh. Jeong kept breaking while Stone was able to one-up his crazy antics. And there is Conan, who was taken down by a little girl. It was so awesome to watch.

Actually, all six episodes are fun to watch, and I hope that Netflix orders more because I need and want it. I need an episode with Will Forte!

Murderville is the type of show that you binge in one afternoon. However, you are going to watch it again to see if you can resolve all of the crimes now that you know who committed them and why.

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A new low for The Masked Singer
February 3rd, 2022 under Alan and Robin Thicke, Ken Jeong. [ Comments: 1 ]

Fox News

If you thought that The Masked Singer could not go any lower than booking Sarah Palin to be on the celebrity singing competition, you are wrong. That is because Deadline is reporting that Rudy Guliani is unmasked in the season premiere.

As soon as Robin Thicke and Ken Jeong saw his sweaty face covered in spray-on hair, they rightfully got up and left in protest. Of course, anti-vaxer Jenny McCarthy stayed, as did Nicole Scherzinger, who will never abandon a camera.

Eventually, the two men came back to the set. What happens next? We will have to tune in to Fox on March 9th to find out.

One last note, this shows how badly Guiliani needs money to pay his legal fees for trying to destroy America’s democracy.

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