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BTWF: Danny DeVito on Starsky & Hutch
August 11th, 2021 under Before They Were Famous, Danny DeVito, Mila Kunis, Taxi. [ Comments: none ]

via Cozi TV

Before Danny DeVito was a dispatcher on Taxi, he was selling newspapers on Starsky & Hutch. He looks the same now as he did when he was 32 in that 1977 episode.


Courteney Cox got Elton John to sing Hold Me Closer Tony Danza for Lisa Kudrow
June 7th, 2021 under Courteney Cox, Ed Sheeran, Elton John, Friends (cast), Taxi. [ Comments: none ]

We know of five of Courteney Cox’s Friends. However, this weekend, she got together with three different ones to sing a song for one of those five.

Back on that sitcom she did, Lisa Kudrow’s character thought that Elton John was singing Hold Me Closer Tony Danza instead of Tiny Dancer. So this weekend, Cox asked John, Ed Sheeran, and Brandi Carlile to sing Phoebe Buffay’s version of it.

Giving us one of the most epic things ever to have graced social media. While we are all fanning over it, what did Kudrow and Danza think of it? To see what they said, then click here!


Josh Gates and Doc Brown go searching for the Back to the Future DeLorean’s
March 1st, 2021 under DIscovery Networks/Discovery+, Taxi. [ Comments: none ]

Josh Gates has been tasked with getting the Back to the Future DeLorean back to Michael J. Fox for his foundation. He is not going to go on the mission by himself. So he recruited Christopher Lloyd to search for the infamous car with him. There is only one problem. They used seven of them in the franchise. Will they be able to find them all? We will have to tune into Expedition: Back to the Future that begins streaming March 15th on Discovery+.

In the four-part series, the two will be joined by Fox, Donald Fullilove Lea Thompson, James Tolkan, Harry Waters Jr, BTTF creator Bob Gale, DeLorean experts, collectors, and Back to the Future superfans. As they travel across the country, we will learn more about the making of all three Back to the Future movies, and the car that became one of the most famous automobiles in cinematic history.

This docuseries is a must-watch for fans of the franchise. That pretty much includes everyone because who didn’t love those movies.


The Micellis are back for Who’s the Boss?
August 5th, 2020 under Alyssa Milano, Taxi. [ Comments: none ]

This season we said goodbye to the revivals Will & Grace and Full House. Therefore, we miss seeing our childhoods friends today. We need something else to fill that void. That hole might be filled by a sequel to Who’s the Boss?.

That is because Tony Danza and his TV daughter, Alyssa Milano, are working on a sequel to the sitcom. According to Deadline, they are still living together in Angela’s house. Tony is retired and Samantha is a single mother.

While Judith Light and Danny Pintauro will not be series regulars, they are trying to work them into the show somehow. I wonder if that will be a deal breaker to whoever whats to pick up the show.

When it comes to who will pick it, I am sure there will be a huge interest. Who’s the Boss? is still doing well in syndication, and revivals whose original runs are still on TV do better than those that don’t.

The Micellis weighed in about the news. Milano said, “I AM SO EXCITED! #WhosTheBoss is coming back!!! I’ve wanted to share this for so long and now I can! 😭 We feel the time is right to tell the story of where these amazing characters are today. Can’t wait to share their stories with you. So happy.” While Danza wrote, “Very excited to bring Who’s The Boss back to television! #whostheboss”

Are you as excited as they are that the series could be coming back?

BTW Anytime I hear about Who’s the Boss, I think of the Urban Dictionary definition of Tony Danza.


How well did Mary Steenburgen do on a Back to the Future III test?
May 25th, 2020 under Michael J Fox, Taxi, Ted Danson Mary Steenburgen. [ Comments: none ]

Thirty years ago today, the final Back to the Future film came out in theaters. In honor of the anniversary, Yahoo! Entertainment had a 14-question quiz asking questions about the 1990 movie that starred Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, and Mary Steenburgen.

As soon as I saw it, I asked the three stars on Twitter (something Back to the Future II didn’t predict) how they would do if they took the test. The actress took it and revealed that she got a “9 out of 14 and I’m Clara! 😄”

In her defense it is a really hard test, I only got 3 out of 14 right. Which I guess is appropriate since it is Back to the Future III!

On a serious note, I am naming Mary Steenburgen as one of the nicest people in Hollywood, along with Henry Winkler, Jerry O’Connell, Tom Hanks, and Josh Groban. We need more people in this town like her.


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