Category Archives: Television

February 24

Ryan Gosling Explaining What It Is Like to be an Actor

‘Drive’ heartthrob Ryan Gosling gives an entertaining insight into the perils of the Hollywood audition in this clip, also featuring Alec Baldwin, from award-winning director James Toback’s latest documentary “Seduced and Abandoned.”

February 01

Battle of the Hollywood Cars – DeLorean vs KITT vs General Lee

Tanner, Rutledge and Adam construct replicas of their favorite Hollywood cars (Tanner: a Nissan 200SX disguised as the DeLorean time machine from the Back to the Future films; Rutledge: a 1995 Pontiac Trans Am disguised as KITT, from KnightRider; Adam: a 1973 Plymouth Duster disguised as The General Lee, from The Dukes of Hazzard) and […]

December 10

The OC’s Seth Cohen at His Greatest

Seth Cohen makes up most of the punchlines in these clips, but lets face it he did have most of the best comedic lines.

November 03

SNL Spoofs “What Does the Fox Say?” With “What Does My Girl Say?”

SNL Spoofs “What Does the Fox Say?” With “What Does My Girl Say?” “SNL” parodied the European dance song, “The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)” with a video called “What Does My Girl Say?”

September 22

The Hosts of Emmys Past Interrupt Neil Patrick Harris at the Awards

Neil Patrick Harris tried to open the Emmys, but was interrupted by past hosts of the show, including Jimmy Kimmel, Jane Lynch, Jimmy Fallon, Conan O’Brien, and finally Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.

September 21

The Best of Kristen Wiig

The best Kristen Wiig impressions.

September 14

“Ugly Betty”: Justin and Austin the Full Story

One of the best story lines in the television series “Ugly Betty” was the story between Justin and Austin. Justin is Betty Suarez’s brother and – over the series’ four years – it becomes more apparent that he is gay. In the final set of episodes, he meets Austin and the two fall in love. […]

September 07

Little Britain

Britain, Britain, Britain. For 3 seasons and 36 episodes, Little Britain entertained, amused, and amassed a legion of fans worldwide. The show comprised sketches involving exaggerated parodies of British people from all walks of life in various situations familiar to the British. Today I am dedicating my blog to Little Britain and the greatness of its […]

August 21

“Prison Break” Star Comes Out

Actor and screenwriter Wentworth Miller today rejected an invitation to attend the St. Petersburg International Film Festival, citing Russia’s anti-LGBT laws. In a letter to the Festival’s Director, the ‘Prison Break’ star stated that “as a gay man, I must decline.” Miller goes on to say that he is “deeply troubled” by Russia’s lawful brutality […]

August 15

“Sex and the City” on Love