“Sure, I am on a drug, it’s called CHARLIE SHEEN! It’s not available because if you try it once you will die. Your face will melt off and your children will weep over your exploded body …”—'Two and a Half Men' star Charlie Sheen paints a pretty pictures about using the drug known as “CHARLIE SHEEN!”
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Nick, if you’re reading this- YOU ARE THE COOLEST PERSON IN THE ENTIRE WORLD. <3 Thank you so much for taking the time to publicly appreciate our silly little blog, I never in a million years thought anything like this would happen!!! We love you so much!! Keep on Ron-in’ on, good sir!! <3 <3 <3
Lynda Carter, the face of Wonder Woman thanks to the three seasons she spent playing the Amazon princess in the 1970s, said she is behind NBC’s new ‘Wonder Woman’ pilot and its writer David E. Kelley.
While promoting her concert in Baltimore, the 59-year-old star told the Baltimore Sun that it’s about time Wonder Woman returned to TV.
“I think it is an amazing role to play,” Carter told the newspaper about Adrianne Palicki’s casting. “I know she is going to be really nervous about it, just because you would be. But I have a lot of confidence in David Kelley and what he’s going to come up with. David Kelley’s so talented, and that’s really where it needs to be, is in the writing.”
This might be one of those good news, bad news situations.
The good news is, Adrianne Palicki has been cast in the title role of NBC’s ‘Wonder Woman.’ Palicki is best known for playing Tyra Collette on ‘Friday Night Lights,’ a role the actress approached with great skill and heart. If anyone deserves to get a leading role in a high-profile project, it’s Palicki.
The probably bad news (and it’s not really news, at this stage): ‘Wonder Woman’ is being reimagined by TV uber-producer David E. Kelley, and the things Kelley is doing to the ‘Wonder Woman’ franchise is filling many TV observers and Diana Prince fans with dread …
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We’re sick of hearing ‘The Good Wife’ is in danger of being canceled. It’s still one of the most critically-acclaimed shows on TV, it pulls in decent (not great by CBS standards) ratings and is just one damn fine program.