You may have noticed a few choice “goodbye” songs over the last couple of days. Well, I did that for a reason.
It is with a sad/excited heart that I inform you I will be leaving The Huffington Post and this subsequent Tumblr. After four great years, I’m moving on to a new gig with E! Online. We’ve been together through many brand names, redesigns and GIFs and I want to thank each and every one of you for following this little blog.
On Nov. 28, 1993, Nickelodeon debuted a show that ran for only three seasons. It was last seen in reruns a decade ago, its third season never appeared on DVD, and it has yet to appear on any streaming service.
Mo Ryan talked to the creators of “The Adventures Of Pete & Pete.”
Ryan Murphy has a way of attracting huge stars to “American Horror Story,” and despite the talent he’s already lured, he has a dream cast. “Well, every year I go to Reese Witherspoon,” Murphy told Entertainment Weekly.
He also wants Michael Chiklis and Michelle Pfeiffer.
"Law & Order: SVU" is known for its penchant for tongue-in-cheek lines, but this one from the Wednesday, Nov. 20 episode of "SVU," "Rapist Anonymous," may take the cake for the most "SVU"-est line of "SVU" ever. It started with M.E. Warner (Tamara Tunie) explaining that the man who fell off a roof wasn’t alone because his pants were unzipped, he had saliva on his penis and had a large amount of ejaculate in his urethra.
"Getting On" is the show Laurie Metcalf has been waiting for. "I have my fingers crossed about this project so, so bad; so tightly because I just — oh, God, it’s like a dreamy dream come true project for me," Metcalf told The Huffington Post in a phone interview.
I’ve seen the first three episodes and it is REALLY good. Watch it.