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Mary Steenburgen gives Ted Danson a haircut
April 7th, 2020 under Ted Danson Mary Steenburgen. [ Comments: none ]

Yesterday, I posted a video of the GA haircut Frankie Muniz’s wife gave him. He is not the only husband who is need of a trim.

Ted Danson also needed one. Therefore, his wife gave him one. How did Mary Steenburgen do? To see his new do, then click here!


Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist satisfies me
March 22nd, 2020 under NBC, Peter Gallagher, Ted Danson Mary Steenburgen. [ Comments: none ]

Last week’s episode of Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist left us with a beautiful rendition The Proclaimers’ I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) sung by Skylar Astin. It was Max’s (Skylar Astin) way of telling Zoey (Jane Levy) that he would do anything for her because he is love with her.

Tonight at 9p on NBC, he will find another way to tell her. What will she say to him? What will he say to her when she tells him about her superpower. You know, hearing people’s most intimate thoughts when they sing to just her.

While their relationship might just be beginning, everyone at the office finds out that Joan (Lauren Graham) and her tech genius husband have ended their marriage. She doesn’t have time to focus on her failed marriage because she and Leif (Michael Thomas Grant) are working on the next big thing.

Meanwhile, Tobin (Kapil Talwalkar) is jealous that his BFF Leif is spending all of his time with Joan. What happens with Zoey tries to bring her two co-workers back together?

While she is a boss at work, her mom (Mary Steenburgen) is the boss at home. She has decided to get a caregiver for her husband (Peter Gallagher), whose illness has left him trapped in his own body. Will she find the perfect one?

Mo (Alex Newell) thinks Mo found the perfect one but has Mo? Only the perfect song will tell us.

That is something Zoey’s is never without, perfect songs, What songs will they be singing tonight?

With all the doom and gloom in the world today, enjoy some much need light with Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.


I would walk 500 miles for Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist
March 15th, 2020 under NBC, Peter Gallagher, Ted Danson Mary Steenburgen. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 10p on NBC, we find out Zoey’s (Jane Levy) answer to Simon (John Clarence Stewart) if should he stay or should he go on Zoey Extraordinary Playlist. Whatever she decides, she will clash with his fiancee Jessica (India de Beaufort).

Jessica sends Zoey a text, and she does not know if the fiancee knows what happened between Simon and her. Zoey does everything she can to avoid her, but then Jessica shows up at work. What does she want?
That night is Jessica and Simon’s engagement party, and Zoey decides not to go. Joan (Lauren Graham) doesn’t want to go either, so they go out and get drunk. Something Zoey needs after the day she had.

She is not the only one having a bad day, Max (Skyler Astin) thought everything was cool between Autumn after he broke up with her. He was wrong. She says some things that make him question who he is. Luckily, he runs into Mo (Alex Newell), who decides to give him a makeover. There will be nipples and a toned chest.

Sorry, I got distracted. Something Zoey’s mom (Mary Steenburgen) is not. Maggie leaves her husband (Peter Gallager) with an old friend of his, but something happens to Mitch that will send everyone running scared.

All of that, plus Astin sings a beautiful version of I Would Walk 500 Miles by The Proclaimer, and I proclaim this show gets better and better with each episode.


Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist is anything but a failure
March 8th, 2020 under NBC, Peter Gallagher, Ted Danson Mary Steenburgen. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 9p on NBC’s Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, Zoey (Jane Levy) feels like she is failing. Yet, the episode, in general, is a total 100.

Her brother (Andrew Leeds) and his wife (Alice Lee) are having marital problems because they are about to become parents. Neither one is expressing what it wrong to each other. However, they express themselves to Zoey in song, and now she is stuck in the middle.

Things are not going well for her bestie (Skylar Astin) and his new girlfriend (Stephanie Styles). That is not his only problem, Joan (Lauren Graham) reads peer reviews, and Zoey’s co-workers will take the comments about them hard.

Simon (John Clarence Stewart) did not get a review from Joan, but he is having a hard time too. His father’s birthday is coming up and it will be the first one Simon will celebrate without him. There is only one person who he can talk about. What will Zoey tell him?

Meanwhile, her mom (Mary Steenburgen) is helping Simon plan his wedding. Does working with the couple make her want to work again? Something she only did with her husband (Peter Gallagher) who can no longer work or communicate because of his illness.

Finally, there is Mo (Alex Newell) and I just love Mo! That is all!

Well, there is also the music. I will tell you there is a punk rock song tonight, and they make it erotic. I never knew this tune could be sexy, but it can be.

That is just one of the many many reasons why I love Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist. Since the Coronavirus is keeping us inside, take two episodes of Zoey and call me in the morning.


Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist gives satisfaction
February 23rd, 2020 under Ted Danson Mary Steenburgen. [ Comments: 1 ]

Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist is back for its third episode tonight at 9p on NBC and it gives a lot satisfaction. As in, Zoey (Jane Levy) hears her boss sing (Lauren Graham) The Rolling Stones Can’t Get No Satisfaction. Once Zoey figures out why her boss is singing that song, she tries to ignore her problem. However, her music universe won’t let her get away from that tune. Now, she won’t get any satisfaction until she helps her boss.

Zoey’s mom, Maggie (Mary Steenburgen), is not getting any satisfaction either. That is because Zoey gave her dad, Mitch (Peter Gallagher), who can no longer communicate, a way to communicate. The first word he types is lemonade. No one knows what that means, but he is getting a lot of lemonade.

Being a caregiver is taking its toll on Maggie, and Zoey finds that out when her mom sings to her. What can she do to help her mom sing a happier tune to her?

While Zoey has nothing to sing about, the women in her life do. What we learn is that Steenburgen and Graham can really belt out a tune. What I already knew and tonight’s episode confirms, that ZEP is the best new show of the season. Don’t miss it, the music will not be in your life if you do.


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