Filed under: Arts & Entertainment, Countdowns & Lists, Humour & Comedy, Television & New Media | Tags: bob saget, clair huxtable, craig ferguson, drew carey, full house, gilmore girls, happy days, holiday, list, lorelai gilmore, marge simpson, marion ross, moms, mother's day, roseanne, that 70's show, the cosby show, the fresh prince of bel air, the simpsons, top 10, top ten, vivian banks, will smith
Mother’s Day is nearly upon us, blog world. For most of us, that means last minute shopping for flowers, cards, chocolates, wine, or whatever gift you (and I’m speaking to primarily the male audience out there) think constitutes an acceptable gift for a woman. And not just any woman, either – the woman. The most important woman you’ll ever know – at least until you get married and your allegiances shift, whether you want them to or not.
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Science Fiction has made many claims for what the future holds in store for us. Sci-Fi writers have comprised lists of nearly millions of brand-spanking new inventions that have made life easier for those in the future, but, let’s face it – would probably royally screw things up back here in the real world.
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Comedy has always been very important to me. Whereas many of my peers grew up learning an instrument, or musical notation, I was attempting to hone my skills as a comedian. People like George Carlin, Richard Pryor and Steve Martin were my rock stars, and the people I invariably looked up to.
Now I’m all growed up, and really, little has changed.
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Rip Torn, the actor best known for his Emmy-award winning role on “The Larry Sanders Show” (and also for hitting Norman Mailer in the head with a hammer) has apparently been arrested for – and I’m not making this up – alleged armed robbery of a bank in Conneticut while intoxicated. Also, he’s seventy-eight years old.
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As promised, today we’re going to continue to wade into the Late Night Wars saga by ranking the hosts of each current show from best to worst. (Well, everyone except Carson Daly. He’d just skew the results).
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Conan O’Brien has gone rogue.
NBC’s red-headed stepchild and host of “The Tonight Show” has begun to lash out at his keepers in increasingly awkward (and increasingly hilarious!) dramatic fashion.