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Dr Ken is a Community affair tonight!
February 5th, 2016 under Ken Jeong, Tisha Campbell. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight’s episode of Dr Ken on ABC at 8:30p is a Valentine’s Day episode and Ken Jeong is showing some love to two of his friends from the old Community. Well as in he having Joel McHale and Danny Pudi on the show, but their characters will not be getting much love on tonight’s hysterical episode.
Dave (Albert Tsai) has a crush on Emma and he wants to ask her to the school dance, so his mother and father (Jeong) offer to help him out. Only problem is that her dad (McHale) is Dr Ken’s arch nemesis, and he won’t let his baby girl go to the dance with the son of that man. Will the men get along long enough to let their kids be happy or will young love be squashed before it even begins?
While Dave and Emma’s relationship is tepid, Damona (Tisha Campbell-Martin) and Pat’s (Dave Foley) relationship is heating up. It is so hot, they have to go to HR about it.
While Pat and Damona’s love is on fire, Julie’s (Kate Simses) relationship with Topher (Pudi) is starting to cool off. She is throwing a Valentine’s Day party and he tells her he won’t be able to come. She decides to make it a President’s Day party instead. Will he show up or will she be spending Valentine’s Day alone?
I have seen every episode of Dr Ken and tonight’s is by far the funniest. I honestly didn’t stop laughing from the beginning of the episode until the end. So if you want to start your weekend off right, then you will want to watch this very funny episode.


Dr Ken celebrates Thanksgiving and Ken Jeong has a lot to be grateful for!
November 20th, 2015 under Ken Jeong, Tisha Campbell. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 8:30p on ABC, Dr Ken celebrates Thanksgiving in a way we have never been done on television before. When Dave (Albert Tsai) accidentally walks in on his sister changing, he notices that Molly (Krista Marie Yu) has a tattoo. Her dad (Ken Jeong) isn’t that mad about it, until he realizes it is in Japanese. You see, Dr Ken is Korean and his wife, Allison (Suzy Nakamura) is Japanese and now he is questioning how close he is to his heritage. When everyone tells him that he isn’t that Korean, he decides to change that and now his wife and him are turning their Thanksgiving into a Culture War. Who will win this battle? Not the people that they invited, that is for sure.
As bad as turkey dinner is for The Parks, it is not as bad as the one that Damona (Tisha Campbell-Martin) and Clark (Jonathan Slavin) are suffering through at Julie’s (Kate Simses) house. How will they get out of it? You just have to see it to believe it.
Not only are we thankful for this hit sitcom, so is Ken Jeong. Recently at a press event the former doctor turned actor told us how happy he is to have a show loosely based on his life and cast and crew that he enjoys working with on a daily basis. He told us, “At this point in my career, I’ve had the career that I wanted to have and then some. I just wanted to be a character actor, quit my day job.” Then he added, “I was in my late ‘30s and I was happily married. I didn’t need to be that famous or that rich, so to get this degree of exposure that I had and the success that I had. I really feel at this point in my life, it is kind of a bonus everything that I am doing right now.”
So on Thanksgiving when they go around the table and ask what you are most grateful for, he will have a lot to say. He will be able to say all of that, plus that he has more time to spend with his wife and 2 kids thanks to the format of the show and he is doing the sitcom he wanted to do after years of trying to make it happen. A show that is doing well in the ratings and already has a pretty big fan base after only being on television for a few weeks. By the time he is done saying all of that it will be time for Black Friday. But before we get to that, tune in tonight for another episode that is stuffed with laughter like a turkey is stuffed with stuffing!


BTWF roles: Tisha Campbell-Martin in The Magnificent Major
November 19th, 2015 under Before They Were Famous, Tisha Campbell. [ Comments: none ]

Before Tisha Martin-Campbell was singing about a plant that ate people in Little Shop of Horrors, she was singing to the kids of the future trying to convince them to read in The Magnificent Major. How amazing talented was she back in 1977 when she was just 8 years old?
I have to admit it is very rare these days that I am completely blown away by a Before They Were Famous, and this find just flabbergasted me. I highly suggest spending 22 minutes of your day watching this, it will make you feel like a kid all over again.


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