They’ll let anyone attend university these days. And they’ll also let anyone on Wheel Of Fortune too. Braincells not required.
Classic TV Shows from the Past.
Jon Hamm, the star of Mad Men and someone who is commonly regarded as one of the hottest men on the planet, was once a contestant on The Dating Game.
Not only that, but he also lost. To a couple of absolute douchebags. Still, I think it’s fair to say Hamm had the last laugh.
Wheel Of Fortune isn’t the toughest of games out there, but it’s only easy if and when you have the letters you need to see the word or phrase.
This guy didn’t have the letters needed to see the word or phrase. So he guessed. And came up with the answer the first time of asking.
Jimmy Kimmel has now officially taken over as the host of The Tonight Show, that legendary U.S. chat show with a long and illustrious history.
The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Kimmel, to give the show its full title, isn’t a guaranteed success, but Kimmel would have to royally screw it up for it not to work.
Give me a boy’s name that starts with the letter H. Come on, there are lots to choose from, you should get this easily and win the game…
Cote de Pablo’s upcoming “NCIS” exit has sparked quite a bit of outrage from fans, but CBS insists it tried hard to keep her on the hit series. Ultimately, though, the actress chose to depart the show, no matter how much money she was offered to stay, says CBS Corp. CEO Les Moonves.
If someone wanted to make a live-action film based on the ’90s MTV cartoonDaria,Aubrey Plazawould be the ideal choice. CollegeHumor takes this idea and runs with it in its new trailer for the (fake) movie Daria: High School Reunion. Here, we see Plaza sporting the character’s signature specs and green blazer, along with cameos by her best friend Jane, annoying sister Quinn and others.
The most recent allegations of Weiner’s extramarital online flirting were first published by a website called “The Dirty” — which, in taste and approach, is part of a recent proliferation of crowd-sourced gossip sites that have used social media to shift the boundaries of scandal in American life.
Actor Dennis Farina, a real-life Chicago police officer who went on to play a detective on NBC’s Law & Order, has died at 69. According to his publicist, Lori De Waal, Farina died Monday morning in a Scottsdale, Ariz., hospital after suffering a blood clot in his lung.
Prior to this past weekend, James Gunn‘s Guardians of the Galaxy was a big question mark in Marvel’s slate. Serious Marvel fans know the characters, but the casting and thin advance word on the movie suggested that what Gunn is cooking up is something pretty different, both from the original comics and from the rest of Marvel’s slate.