The power of love! It's more than just a really cheesy song. It doesn't matter how old you are (they're both 53) when you find it...it makes you feel like you can rule the world...especially when there's no Tiger in sight. Go Shark!
My favorite television show, "Mad Men," was nominated for 16 Emmy Awards this morning. Get the complete list of Emmy nominees here. Oh, and did you know that Reality Show hosts have their own category now?
I've had a crush on Mike Nichols ever since he went on "Inside the Actor's Studio" and told James Lipton that his favorite word was 'thighs.'
Amy Poehler considers working out of "The Office." No. Not that office...she's going to get her own office.
If some really rich dude poops in the woods, will the rest of the world know about it?
Sienna Miller is completely naked in Italy and she doesn't look as hot as Helen Mirren in a red bikini in Italy. Lovely Helen is 63 years-old. That's right, she's almost old enough to be Sienna's Nana. Once a bombshell, always a bombshell. Eat your heart out, Sienna.
"Mad Men" has become my favorite scripted show on television. I watch it twice -- once to follow the very intriguing storyline, and once to look at the stylish set. Every time I think I know where the story is going, or that the characters are stereotypes -- something completely surprising happens...
Stephanie Izard is the first female top chef winner...and she did it with grace. I'd expect nothing less from this chick. Did I mention she went to the University of Michigan?
Maria Shriver uses her double-whammy super-duperhuman powers (as First Lady of California and a Kennedy) to bring in famous people from around the globe to talk about women's empowerment for one day of the year. I hear what you're saying, but one day is a start. Do yourself a favor and get a ticket for whatever you can. It will be AMAZING!
Dontcha love it when David bests Goliath? Especially when it involves celebrity rags getting scooped by the local paper. Jimmy Olsen rules! Hah!
It's baaaaa-ck! And I couldn't be happier. This season it's on a 9:00 p.m. so I may actually be awake to watch it.
Yes, there was a man involved...why else would I be watching MLB's Home Run Derby last night? As often happens when you stretch your wings and discover something new, I discovered a story named Josh Hamilton. Everyone in Hollywood must be trying to get Josh's cell phone number this morning because his story, right down to having his 71 year-old youth league coach throw home run pitches for him at last night's Derby, is made to be an Academy Award-winning film.
Do you remember the episode of "Friends" when Joey told a Soap Opera magazine that he makes up his own words for Dr. Drake Ramoray -- the character he portrayed on "Days Of Our Lives." Soon after the magazine was published, Dr. Ramoray fell down an elevator shaft and broke his neck. This is the same thing -- only in real life.
New York magazine has posted two articles that are intriguing: Something you should know and something you should read.
One time I saw Kyra Sedgwick eating in the next booth over from me in a restaurant in Hollywood. I was slightly inebriated, and kept threatening to tell her that I wanted to do naughty things to her husband. I didn't, but I still do. Yeah, and I am a cheap date.
Pardon me boy, is that the Transylvania station? No, it's a full moon, but can I give you a shine?
It's not just that these chicks are half my age that I don't like them. It's that they think I want to spend my life watching their life. My life is crazy enough -- I don't want to watch someone else mess up their life when I'm on the internet. There are books to order from Amazon, gossip to read on all my favorite sites, and videos of kittens to watch on YouTube.
I'll have a chicken-fried steak with gravy...hold the biscuits.