Archive for The Cosby Show

May 20, 2009

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We never get tired of this family!

We never get tired of this family!

DWTS: Okay, so we admit we haven’t  been following this season that closely.  But we’re still surprised by who won.  Shawn Johnson?  Really?

PEOPLE: And the disappointment continues now that PEOPLE put Bristol Palin and baby on the cover of their new issue. So unnecessary.

Upfronts: Okay, all the news of pick-ups and cancellations is just getting to be too much.  We can’t keep track anymore!  Who wants to make us a handy chart?

MTV Movie Awards: Including exclusive clips from New Moon, the Transformers sequel and the next Harry Potter flick should definitely drive up ratings.  Maybe they’re better off with just a two-hour long clipfest?

The Cosby Show: Absolutely cannot get enough of all the 25th anniversary goodness!

SIZZLED OUT: Huffington Post

STILL SIZZLING: We’d say the cancellation of this show is like Everwood all over again but we didn’t actually watch it.  Guess that was part of its problem, eh?

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May 14, 2009

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Does she top your list?

Does she top your list?

American Idol: Down to the final two.  Next week should be pretty great.

Jon & Kate Plus Eight: Really don’t understand all the hubbub surrounding the Gosselin family.  Is it really worthy of the cover of PEOPLE Magazine?!

Beyonce: Tied with T.I. for most BET Awards nominations.  The show will air in June, hosted by Jamie Foxx.

Shanna Moakler: Resigned from the Miss USA organization following the controversy with Miss California, Carrie Prejean.  Does that mean we’ll be getting Meet the Barkers 2 soon?

Olivia Wilde: Feel like most people are going “who?” at the news that Wilde tops Maxim’s Hot 100 list but we’ve been a fan of her since her days on The O.C.!

The Cosby Show: As we come up on the show’s 25th anniversary, Variety is wondering if the show would make the cut today.  In a post-Obama world, we say yes.

Blink-182: Will tour this summer with Fall Out Boy and Weezer.  That’s one heckuva lineup!  Sounds like exactly where we want to be…

SIZZLED OUT: Cassie

STILL SIZZLING: This female comedian, who only recently publicly admitted to being gay, announced yesterday that she’s now the mother of twins.

November 10, 2008

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Is this what Donna Martin looks like today?  We still don't know!

Is this what Donna Martin looks like today? We still don't know!

Tori Spelling: Might returning to one show on The CW mean returning to another?  That’s what people are speculating now that Spelling’s signed on to reprise an earlier guest-starring role on Smallville.  Donna Martin may be the next stop but we say no D without the other D: David!

Diablo Cody: Used her EW column to gush about her joy in watching the new 90210.  Are you kidding, Diablo?  True fans find NO JOY in the new 90210!

Lindsay Lohan: Don’t know we’ll get any better confirmation than this: “It’s pretty obvious who I’m seeing.”  Yes, Lindsay, yes it is.

YouTube: In an effort to one-up Hulu, the original video site will now stream movies for free. The catch: the movies are only from MGM.  Can’t remember the last MGM film you liked?  Yeah, neither can we.

Generation O: Forget generation Y.  A new president has redefined what it means to be young in America.  Or so says The New York Times.

Arnold Schwarzenegger: The Republican governor can rejoin his wife–Democrat and Kennedy relative Maria Shriver–in the bedroom now that the election is over.  We say he should still be banned as long as gay marriage is.

Newspapers: Sadly, the extreme sales brought on by Obama’s win aren’t likely to last.  One newspaper, though, has made a plea to keep the renewed love affair going.

Twilight: What does the vampire saga owe to the pop culture icons that came before it?  Plenty.  And it’s time someone finally took notice, dammit.

Cosby: Also finally, a good look at what Obama owes to Bill Cosby and The Cosby Show.

Nicole Kidman: My, oh my.  We can’t do any better than simply repeating the lede of this article: Nicole Kidman as the world’s first post-op transsexual, married to Charlize Theron? You betcha.

Adrienne Bailon: A Disney star does it again!  Scandalous photos from this Cheetah Girl were “leaked.”  The apologies and accusations have already begun.

SIZZLED OUT: Gavin Rossdale

STILL SIZZLING: The perk of animated films?  Not having to shower before going to work, says these two comic stars!

November 4, 2008

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Who knew a night out with these two could be so dangerous?!

Who knew a night out with these two could be so dangerous?!

Obama: It’s probably too late to first have this argument now, but one debate still rages on:  Is Obama benefiting from the Huxtable effect or hurting from the Urkel effect?  If you don’t know what these things refer to, start watching TV Land and/or TBS immediately!

Ken Paves: The stylist to the stars–and Jessica Simpson’s BFF–says he’s “fine” after getting whacked in the head by a paparazzo’s camera during a night out with the singer.  The “accident” required nine stitches!

Jennifer Hudson: A heartbreaking funeral service took place yesterday.  What more is there left to say?

Grey’s Anatomy: It seems Shonda Rhimes is always taking flack for something.  This time its the “de-gaying” of the show with the firing of Brooke Smith, who played a lesbian, and the rewriting of another bisexual character.  Very odd, considering the show’s been relatively gay-friendly in the past.

Monday Night Football: Obama and McCain made (pre-taped) appearances last night.  We’re totally tired of these out-of-character, lets-just-get-some-votes cameos.  Hello election day!

90210: An upcoming storyline will revolve around one of the teens being preggers.  This will mark a purposeful shift to more issue-oriented episodes.  Note that this is exactly what the execs and stars of the new version criticized the original for.  Oh, the hypocrisy!

Steve Fossett: Tests on bones found near the adventurer’s crash site contain his DNA.  Take that, conspiracy theorists!

Heroes: In light of the show’s floundering ratings and the harsh reviews its received from critics this season, two of the producers have left the team.  Some say creative differences, others say they were fired.  At this point, though, word choice is hardly what matters.

SIZZLED OUT: Keith Olbermann

STILL SIZZLING: Will this actor bring an entourage on set with him when he directs a music video for Ne-Yo and The Game?