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Scott Grimes shows off the glamorous life of voiceover work
March 31st, 2020 under Coronavirus, Seth MacFarlane, TNT/TBS/TCM. [ Comments: none ]

Scott Grimes/Instagram

Scott Grimes has voiced Steve Smith on American Dad since 2005, and the Coronavirus is not going to stop him now. The Orville actor shared a photo of himself recording some tracks for the TBS sitcom from his laundry room. That is the cleanest the show has ever been. Which is why we love it so much, no matter what network it is on.

Back to Grimes, doesn’t it make you feel better that Hollywood stars also have to work at home in whatever room they can? I wonder what room his co-star Seth MacFarlane is using at his house.

Fun fact, Grimes is two years old than his TV dad, MacFarlane.


BTWF: Seth MacFarlane in The Gilmore Girls
March 25th, 2020 under Before They Were Famous, Seth MacFarlane. [ Comments: none ]

Before Seth MacFarlane was a douchey talking teddy bear in Ted, he was a dick on the Gilmore Girls. He hasn’t changed a single bit since he was 28 in that 2002 episode.


BTWF: Seth MacFarlane in a Star Trek spoof
March 24th, 2020 under Before They Were Famous, Seth MacFarlane, Star Trek. [ Comments: none ]

Before Seth MacFarlane created the Star Trek inspired show The Orville, he filmed a Star Trek spoof in the late ’80s. He still looks the same as he did he was 13 in that 1987 video.


Seth MacFarlane can’t enough of Shirley Temple
February 4th, 2020 under Seth MacFarlane. [ Comments: none ]

Seth MacFarlane might be a 46-year-old man, but that doesn’t stop him from admitting when “That is f*cking good Shirley Temple.”

Just when I think I can not love him any more than I do, he does something like this. Why can’t we all admit, it is really f*cking good. I love drinking Shirley Temples. I don’t care how old I get, it is just the perfect cocktail. Plus, the bartenders always get a kick out it when I order one.

I read somewhere the alcoholic version one of is called the Shirley Temple Black. I have yet to try one with Vodka, but it is on my to-do list.

Back to my love of MacFarlane. A year ago, I adopted my cat from a rescue group whose building his family funded. I did not know that until six months after I rescued her, and I have been grateful to the MacFarlanes ever since. Heaven on Earth was the best shelter I visited and Perry’s Place is such a welcoming place. Although, some days like today, I think of returning her. I never would, don’t worry.

Sorry, I digressed. MacFarlane is a very charitable man. You might not think that after watching his shows, but he has a big heart. Perry’s Place is just one of the things he donates his money to.


Animation Domination dominates Sundays again
September 29th, 2019 under Fox, Seth MacFarlane, The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]

It is time for us all to be a little more animated again because Fox Sundays are back doing what they do best. Making us laugh with their animated shows.

The Simpsons start it off at 8p. Homer and Bart go viral and they become the biggest thing on the internet. How will they handle their newfound celebrity status? How long until they mess it up?

Talking about messing things up, perfect student Lisa gets in trouble tonight. So much so, she is sentenced to detention. When a corporate entity buys detention, Lisa decides to fight it. Because that is what she does.

The Simpsons, at 31, might be older than a lot of their viewers, but this show never gets old.

Then at 8:30p, we get to meet Bless The Harts. This is not an easy show to describe, but it is a show about family.

Jenny Hart (Kristen Wiig) lives with her mother Betty (Maya Rudolph) and daughter Violet (Jillian Bell). As if three women living together in tight small house, struggling to pay bills, is not hard enough, her boyfriend also lives with them.

That is enough to make Jenny go crazy. Instead, it makes the girl from High Point, NC have conversations with Jesus. That Jesus.

Maybe one way to describe it is King of the Hill meets Bob’s Burgers.
Which gets us to Bob’s Burgers that moves to 9p. Bob decides to do something very special for Linda for their wedding anniversary. Since he never bought her a ring when they got engaged, he decides to give her one now. He does not want her to find it, so he hides it in a secret place.

However, it is not that secret because their children find it. Gene decides to try it on, and it gets stuck on his finger. It does not want to come off, so he decides it leave it on when they go to the water park,

What happens to your fingers when they are wet for a long period of time? They get skinnier and the ring falls off. Since they were all over the park, they have no idea where it fell off.

Will they be able to find it or is Bob’s romantic gift lost forever? You will want to tune in for a very sweet episode.

Finally at 9:30p, the night is not over until the fat guy sings and Peter Griffin is singing on Family Guy

But first, he has a heart attack when his bosses reveal that someone is going to be fired at work. Turns out it was just a panic attack, but it is way a really bad one. His doctors tell him to get some relaxation, so he goes on a cruise with several Soft Rock singers from the ’70s like Kenny Loggins and Hall & Oates.

Everything is going fine until their perfect cruise turns into the Posideon Adventure. If you have never seen that movie? Where have you been because there are three versions of it? Sorry, now four!

Anyways, out of all of tonight’s episodes, this one had me laughing the hardest. In fact, it is the funniest sitcom episode of the week on broadcast. I know this because I saw them all except Mom and Bless This House.


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