Anger Management star Charlie Sheen has reached out to the production team behind CBS comedy Two and a Half Men about bringing his character Charlier Harper back from the dead for a proper send-off. This is the show's 12th and final season. Sheen was fired from the show after clashing with creator Chuck Lorre.
Eric Cartman starts a company and calls it the Washington Redskins corporation, since Dan Snyder's Washington Redskins trademark was cancelled in June. The clip for South Park's 18th season aired during the Redksins game agains the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
Video of KTVA reporter Charlo Greene quitting her job on-air has gone viral. Greene resigned to focus all her energies on pushing for the passage of Ballot Measure 2, which would legalize marijuana in her home state of Alaska. The epic resignation featured Greene admitting she owns the Alaska Cannabis Club and telling her employers, "f**k it, I quit."
The concept of the “short list” for studio films is simple: it’s a tried-and true method to expediently plug bankable stars into leading roles, which creates publicity and drums up financing. Great! But here’s the thing – the short list for funny broads needs a bit of a revamp. At this point I feel like I’ve already seen movies that haven’t even been made yet when I read who’s in them! I can’t be the only one tired of seeing the same names over and over. So allow me to tempt your comedy palates with the following selections and possible writing prompts. If these names don’t sound familiar look them up on IMDB. And by the way, I’m motivated by pure selfishness: I get a kick out of the following ladies, and I want to be entertained!
There’s been talk of an all-female Ghostbusters remake, and Carrie Brownstein, Michaela Watkins, and Regina Hall should definitely be on that casting list. A modern-day reboot of Little Women in which the adult daughters still live with their mother. The mother: Jennifer Coolidge. The daughters: Jillian Bell, Fortune Feimster, Amy Schumer, and Kaitlin Olson. Eden Sher, Kate Micucci, and Riki Lindhome end up in a runaway hot air balloon soaring over Temecula!
In light of the recent barrage of Simpsons stuff, it’s nice to know that some things about the long-running show are still a bit of a mystery. In this case, the enigma is John Swartzwelder, one of the show’s longtime writers and a veritable JD Salinger/Hunter S. Thompson of the Simpsons world. A lesser-known fact is that Swartzwelder wrote a live-action pilot that, until this week, few had seen. Swartzwelder’s pilot Pistol Pete was uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday and is a time capsule of an established talent, in the vein of Lookwell and Heat Vision and Jack.
Eric "The Actor" Lynch, a mainstay on The Howard Stern Show, has died, according to several of his pals and the Sirius XM Twitter feed. Lynch, also known as Eric the Midget, was a beloved member of the Wack Pack who constantly called in to Stern's show. So what happened to the 3-foot-tall star?
Continuing on his wave of recent shine, stand-up comedian Randy Liedtke had a stellar and altogether nonsensical set on Late Night With Seth Meyers. Liedtke is a great stand-up in his own right, but is more well known as the guy who posed as a Pace Picante Salsa employee, created and commandeered their Twitter page, and ultimately managed to prank fellow comedian Kyle Kinane last year.
More than a month after Robin Williams’ death, most people continue to remember the comedy legend fondly. And it's clear that Williams’ colleagues and contemporaries have nothing but respect for him, as evidenced by Billy Crystal’s appearance this past week on The Tonight Show.
Joan Rivers' Facebook and Instagram pages featured a bizarre promotion for the iPhone 6 on Friday. This despite the comedienne's death on September 4, several days before the new Apple gadget's release date was confirmed. So how did this happen?
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