December 23, 2012 4:15am EST
The stars of the popular comedy shot their final scenes on Wednesday (19Dec12) and Friedlander celebrated the occasion by handing out trucker hats like the ones his character Frank wore throughout the series.
Actress Katrina Bowden tells New York Post gossip column Page Six, "Everyone on the crew and everyone in the cast got a hat. Mine said 'Italian Senator' on it because there was a Halloween episode and I was wearing a bikini that said 'Italian Senator'... Jane (Krakowski)'s hat said 'Cam-er-a' on it and Tina (Fey)'s said 'Cupcake Sandwich,' which is a reference to a recent episode.
"(Friedlander) has so many hats... he has garbage bags full of letters."
The cast went on to celebrate with a big party on Thursday (20Dec12) at New York City venue Capitale, where show bosses recreated one of the sitcom's sets for guests.
Bowden adds of the party, "It was a good time for us to celebrate instead of cry."
30 Rock will finish at the end of the seventh season, with the last episode, an hour-long special, due to air in the U.S. on 31 January (13).
December 21, 2012 7:40am EST
Over the past seven years, we've spend a good amount of time on the sixth floor of the GE Building, seated in the TGS with Tracy Jordan writers room, watching the churning out of brilliant concepts like Tyke Myson: Baby Boxer, Wonder Woman Gets Her Period, and oh so many Fart Doctors. As we know, the television program that introduced us to such comedic wonder, 30 Rock, is coming to a close this season.
On Thursday morning, Kevin Brown (who plays the NBC sitcom's most well-read character, Walter "Dot Com" Slattery) tweeted the below image of the cast and crew banding together for one last set photo, in bittersweet celebration of 30 Rock's final wrap on shooting — as confirmed in a tweet by another of the show's supporting stars, Katrina Bowden (pictured), who posted on Thursday, "Yesterday was our very last day of shooting #30Rock laugher,tears,emotional speeches &a lot of cake. Tonight we celebrate 7 great years :)"
Now, we're sure that everyone was truly broken up over the conclusion of their long-running, critically acclaimed program. But why, then, can no one seem to focus on the fact that their picture is being taken? If you take a good look at the picture, you'll see many familiar faces from the TGS writers room — those of Cerie (Bowden), Frank (Judah Friedlander), Twofer (Keith Powell), Lutz (J.D. Lutz), and Sue (Sue Galloway) mesmerized by some bizarre offscreen phenomenon. Oddly, the usually befuddled Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) seems focused, with his reliable entouragee Dot Com following suit. So what exactly might all of these people be so engrossed by?
Here are a few theories...
What is Cerie looking at?
Back from a nine-month voyage with his Somali pirate cronies, Cerie's socialite husband Aris has started an off-camera brawl with NBC page Kenneth Parcell... a long-gestating rivalry, fueled by an ill-conceived kiss Kenneth gave Cerie back in Season 1 of 30 Rock.
What is Frank looking at?
Having caught a glimpse of the one NBC cleaning lady with whom he has not fostered a romantic fling, Frank has taken to studying her habits diligently in order to win her heart before his days in the GE Building are over for good.
What is Twofer looking at?
Upon hearing someone shout something defamatory about his alma mater (he went to school in Boston... well, not in Boston, but nearby... no, not Tufts), and refuses to take that sort of codswallop lying down.
What is Lutz looking at?
Any semblance of a friend he might make before the final wrap of the show.
What is Sue looking at?
Whatever the English translation of a "fondruke" is.
What isn't Tracy Jordan looking at?
Captivated for once by the task he's been asked to undertake (smiling and staring straight ahead, kind of his wheelhouse), Tracy seems to be missing whatever is keeping his colleagues so enrapt. Perhaps he was sedated by a Diet Slice and some pita chips.
What is Dot Com ruminating about?
Having come to terms with his romantic inadequacies and personal insecurities, the sage prophet that is Walter Slattery can now smile big, thinking back upon a life of artistic expression in The Seagull and Angels in America. You've done well, Dot Com. You deserve a smile.
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November 21, 2012 6:44am EST
Yes, this is a story about the guy with all the trucker hats.
30 Rock star Judah Friedlander stopped by the Hollywood.com offices in honor of his latest endeavor: Directing a music video (below) starring Snoop Dogg and centered around the crispy microwave marvel that is a Hot Pocket. “I taught Snoop everything he knows,” The World Champ (as he’s known to his fans) says.
Of course, after we took a snack break with Friedlander, while he showed us how to make the perfect microwave treat, we had to get him talking about the beloved NBC show now that it’s in its twilight hours. So just how does Friedlander feel about the end of this Liz Lemony era? He's got one big regret: accidentally giving himself extra responsibility.
“When I first did the show, I didn’t think of it lasting seven years,” he says. As TGS writer Frank Rossitano, Friedlander wears a new trucker hat, complete with a random phrase, each week. He’s been making a new hat, every episode… for all seven seasons. “I gave myself a lot of extra work that I didn’t plan on,” he adds. But hey, the adoration of 30 Rock fans everywhere has to be worth it, right?
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November 20, 2012 10:00am EST
Honey Dad, I think I shrunk myself and now I'm in the middle of a war between the forces of good and evil in the woods! And there's a talking slug!
Welcome to the newest trailer for Epic, a 3D animated fantasy adventure film from the creators of Ice Age and Rio. Do you like talking creatures? Very small humans? Alternative universes where things unseen keep the natural balance of the earth in order? Soldiers who parachute with leaves? Then Epic will be, well, epic, to you.
Featuring a seeming super-cast that includes Amanda Seyfried, Christoph Waltz, Aziz Ansari, Colin Farrell, Beyonce Knowles, Jason Sudeikis, Judah Friedlander, Josh Hutcherson, Pitbull, Steven Tyler and Blake Anderson of Comedy Central's Workaholics, there is probably someone you're a fan of in this film. Phew!
The film itself looks like the type of family-friendly fare that also dazzles the eyeballs (and eyeballs always love bein' dazzled) and also warms the heart cockles. The story itself centers around Mary Katherine (Seyfried), a young girl who gets accidentally shrunk (no word on Rick Moranis' involvement with that) and discovers the hidden world within the forest not normally seen by the human eye. And in her smaller state, she witnesses the ongoing battle between the forces of good and evil—fighting to keep the natural world alive. By banding together with a quirky team of characters (including Ansari playing a Rico Suave-esque slug) to save the world, she learns a lot about life and family and love and respect (I'm sure). It looks cute! It will be really big with moms.
Check out the trailer below or head over to Apple Trailers for the HD version.
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Over the next few months, we’ll see new series soar, old series sour, and so much Jersey Shore madness, we’ll want to shower. Let’s face it: The Fall TV season is intimidating. With dozens of new and returning shows hitting our small screens, we know we have some big choices to make. So, to help you determine what to watch, we’re digging deep into the most notable series premiering this season. Where did each show leave off? Where is it headed? And who should you watch it with? Today, we're checking out the return of 30 Rock. But can it pick up the pieces?
Series: 30 Rock
Premiere Date: Thursday, Oct. 4 at 8 PM ET
Number of Seasons: Entering its seventh — and final — season.
Cast: The thinking woman's superhero Tina Fey leads a large, wildly talented, and eclectic ensemble that includes Words with Friends aficionado Alec Baldwin, song-and-dance woman Jane Krakowski, everyman Scott Adsit, human Muppet Jack McBrayer, human sad trombone John Lutz, slacker extraordinaire Judah Friedlander, token hottie Katrina Bowden, and the man who got you pregnant while you were reading this, Tracy Morgan.
Synopsis: Liz Lemon (Fey) is the overworked, underappreciated head writer of a late night sketch comedy show called TGS on NBC (owned by the illustrious KableTown). She's surrounded by her merry (well, sometimes) band of misfits that includes her business tycoon boss Jack Donaghy (Baldwin), the self-absorbed cast members of the show, Tracy and Jenna (Morgan and Krakowski), and fellow loony coworkers like loyal page Kenneth (McBrayer) and intellectual hired goons Grizz and Dot Com (Grizz Chapman and Kevin Brown). Liz is trying to juggle her crazy work life in addition to her equally crazy love life, which has included dating the likes of a beeper salesman who appeared on To Catch a Predator, a handsome doctor with a hook for a hand, Wesley Snipes (not that Wesley Snipes), and a ficus plant that resembled Bon Jovi.
Where We Left Off Last Season: Liz seemed to be on the baby track with her adorable, sane, IKEA-hating, hot dog-selling live-in boyfriend Criss (James Marsden, at long last getting the girl); Jack and Avery (Elizabeth Banks) became happily divorced; Jenna was blissfully engaged to Paul (Will Forte); Kenneth and Hazel (Kristen Schaal) all made us wildly uncomfortable with their first kiss; finally, Tracy chose Tyler Perry as his new role model in life.
What Might Happen This Season: From the looks of that spectacular photo above, Jenna goes through with marrying Paul (who will presumably have the same dress as his bride). Whether or not Liz marries Criss is still up for debate, though pictures released from the set of 30 Rock this summer implied that they — or, at least, she — goes through with adopting a baby. Elsewhere, Jack might finally convince Nancy (Julianne Moore) to move out of Bah-stin and live with him in New York, where he's the CEO of KableTown, while Angie (Sherri Shepherd) and Tracy continue their television dominance. And Dr. Spaceman will, naturally, become the Surgeon General.
You'll Like It If: You like quick-witted comedy that's as smart as it is silly.
You Won't Like It If:You're a dummy, dummy.
Emmy Love: Thus far, 30 Rock has received 57 Primetime Emmy nominations and have gone home with 14. From 2007 to 2009 it won the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series, the same three years Alec Baldwin won Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. Tina Fey earned Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series in 2008 and Elaine Stritch won the 2007 Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for her performance as Jack's unrelentingly judgmental mother Colleen.
Ratings: While 30 Rock has always been an awards show and critical darling, the series never went far beyond its cult status to become a major ratings player. In its first year, it averaged only 5.8 million viewers, while Season 6 had its lower viewership yet with 4.5 million. (It came in at a dismal #130 for the 2011-2012 season). 30 Rock had its biggest ratings year back in Season 3, averaging 7.5 million viewers. Still, despite low ratings, the popularity of Fey, the show's fervent fan base, and the fact that it's available on Watch Instantly on Netflix, kept the show alive.
Key Soundbites: "I want to go to there!", "Blergh!", "HAM!", "What the what?", "Lizzing!"
Key Facial Expression:
Wine/Food Pairing:Whatever wine Angie throws in your face during an episode of Queen of Jordan, paired with Night Cheese.
What to wear while watching it: A tux… it's on after six — what are you, a farmer?
What to yell at the TV: "Good God, Lemon!"
The Tao of Lemon: "I believe all anyone really wants in this life… is to sit in peace and eat a sandwich."
Inspired Halloween costume: If you're single, go as Liz Lemon as Princess Leia on jury duty. If you're in a couple, go as James Franco and his body pillow Kamiko.
Who to Watch it With: Your equally nerdy, comedy-loving friends.
Who Not to Watch It With: Someone who doesn't know how to shotgun a pizza if the moment calls for it and/or a Canadian.
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The X-Men star will launch New York's inaugural Tropfest in Bryant Park on Saturday (23Jun12) in a bid to give aspiring filmmakers the chance to land their big break.
Jackman will screen the top contenders, which have already been narrowed down to a group of eight, and the film entries will then be judged by a celebrity panel, comprised of Rose Byrne, Judah Friedlander and Jennifer Westfeldt.
The Hollywood hunk tells the Associated Press, "When I first graduated from drama school I knew the statistics that 98 percent of actors were unemployed. I vowed to myself that every day I would do something for my career. I wasn't going to sit back. I was going to actively get out there and participate. Here is a way that anyone can contribute. There's no whining, 'But I'm a filmmaker it's so difficult, I can't get an agent.'"
Tropfest was originally founded in Jackman's native Australia 20 years ago by director John Polson and the event has been such an overwhelming success, the actor has decided to bring it stateside.
The winner for best film will receive a $20,000 (£12,500) pay cheque from The Motion Picture Association and guaranteed meetings with various agents and studio bosses.
March 01, 2012 8:17pm EST
S6E9: I think I’m going to begin starting my 30 Rock recaps as such: “This week, 30 Rock does a __________ parody!” You can fill that blank in with crime procedural for this latest episode. There’s nothing inherently wrong with this formula—especially since the show also manages to devote time to other non-parody stories—but the Law & Order satire in “Alexis Goodlooking and the Case of the Missing Whisky” falls a bit flat, especially in comparison to the exceptionally spot-on parody that last week’s “Leap Day” managed.
"I broke the number one rule of being on the force." - Jenna
"Don't fall in love with your car?" - Tracy Jenna reminisces about her short-lived crime drama Good Looking, and decides to live out her character Alexis Goodlooking’s life by solving an actual mystery: somebody drank Pete’s special birthday whisky, and he’s being really whiney about it. Jenna and Tracy team up to parody the standard procedural tropes—the investigations, the interrogations, the “my loved one’s death is a constant weight on me, but drives me to carry out justice everywhere”-tions. Jenna and Tracy deliver laughs handling the premise, but the whole story doesn’t seem very original at all. Crime procedurals are one of the easiest grounds for mockery, right up there with soap operas and reality shows (both of which 30 Rock has also done, but much better). In fact, the funniest part of this plotline is a dismal Pete, trying to rally everyone to listen to his oft repeated story of meeting Phil Donahue, and his guitar rendition of “Piano Man,” with amended, sadly self-aggrandizing lyrics. Pete is one of the few characters whose descent into cartoonishness actually makes me happier—although he served a good purpose as a stable but sad and spineless man at the series’ inception, he is much, much funnier now that he’s just a personification of failure. "In prison I was involved in a fake family with a bald woman, and our son was a basketball with a wig on it...but, okay, this is creepy." - Lynn There is something funny and interesting buried inside Liz’s story of the week, but it never quite comes out. This is actually how I’ve felt for years about the character with whom she spends most of her time on this episode: Frank. From the beginning of 30 Rock, I always wanted to like Frank a lot more than I actually liked him. I always waited for a Frank episode, knowing that if the character was actually developed, he could very well be my favorite. Unfortunately, it’s really too late to make anything truly interesting of Frank—the show is past the days of fleshing out its characters. But curiously, I still really enjoy when episodes devote a lot of attention to him. Last year, Susan Sarandon made a guest appearance on the aforementioned reality show parody episode, playing a former middle school teacher of Frank’s who seduced him when he was only fourteen. After years in jail, she came back to profess her love to him. And as we found out three weeks back, they’re still dating. Lynn (Sarandon) returns this week, but Frank has yet to tell his overbearing mother (Patti LuPone, another welcome returnee) that he is romantically involved with the pedophile adultophobe that took his virginity when he was in junior high. The show makes a whole lot of jokes about Lynn being perverted and immoral, but in the end, we’re still meant to root for the pair’s relationship. Which is fine, because no one on this show is really a person anyway. In order to cover his secret, Frank tells his mother that he is actually dating Liz, and thus ensues one of the oldest tricks in the sitcom book: Person A pretends to be dating Person B so that Person C will (and the rest varies depending on which episode of Three’s Company you’re watching). However, this story is practically over before it begins. We barely get a scene of Frank and Liz feigning couplehood for the benefit of Frank’s mother before Frank admits the truth. A constant problem for 30 Rock is that it never has enough time to do what it wants—so, we sacrifice this sitcom tradition (which the show already did back in the Season 1 episode “Black Tie” anyway, coupling Liz and Jack) in favor of a bunch of explosive scenes wherein Frank professes his love, cries into meatballs, and admits to an overwhelming Oedipus Complex. It’s wild times in the Rossitano household. "He's the best friend I've ever had, tied with everyone I've ever met!" - Kenneth The best aspect of the week comes along with Jack and Kenneth. Jack is training Kenneth to “make it to the top,” attempting to wean him onto the ways of moral ambiguity. Jack’s primary lesson to Kenneth is that business isn’t about friendship, it’s about getting ahead—and sometimes, you have to stab some people in the back to do so. Jack recounts his earliest memory of stabbing a would-be friend Henry Warren in the back, convincing Kenneth to do the same to his new work friend, Bradley Tarkin, Jr., a go-getter and Syracuse alumnus (perish the thought) who works Kenneth wrestles with the suggestions Jack gives him, favoring the kinder path, but Jack persists. Kenneth tracks down Henry Warren (Stanley Tucci) to find out whatever happened to him, in order to better inform his own decision on what to do. Henry is a reasonably happy man, living a quiet, normal life. But reconnecting with Jack throws him into emotional turmoil, realizing that his oldest friend was using him the whole time and never truly cared for him. The Jack of present day is a much gentler man than that of past—so he realizes that he’s sending Kenneth down the wrong road, and works to rectify this. However, Kenneth is already too far gone. He trusts no one, including Jack. And he reluctantly but eventually does indeed sell out his friend. Surprisingly, that is where the episode ends. Surely we’ll be seeing a continuation of Kenneth’s journey next week—but I’m hoping he doesn’t rise to prosperity because of a newly embraced dishonesty. I’d rather Jack’s Season 1 prediction be right: the Kenneth we’ve always known is destined to rule (or kill) everyone, not a new, manipulated version. What did you think of this week’s episode? Are you enjoying the parodies? Where will they go with this Kenneth story? Let us know in the comments section, or on Twitter @Hollywood.com and @MichaelArbeiter.
December 14, 2011 6:14am EST
The film and television nominations for the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards have been released, recognizing achievements in both individual performances and the strengths of ensemble casts. This year's television award nominations are listed below, including many worthy recipients, but there are also a few surprising absences. Among the hard-hitters listed below are dramas like HBO's Mildred Pierce and Boardwalk Empire, AMC's Breaking Bad and comedies such as ABC's Modern Family (which swept the Emmys this year) and NBC's 30 Rock. However, some might be surprised not to find the new Showtime drama Homeland or NBC's secret weapon Parks and Recreation.
The 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards will air live at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on Jan. 29, 2012 on TNT and TBS.
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18th ANNUAL SAG AWARDS NOMINATIONS: PRIMETIME TELEVISION
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
Laurence Fishburne - Thurgood (HBO)
Paul Giamatti - Too Big to Fail (HBO)
Greg Kinnear - The Kennedy (Reelz Channel)
Guy Pearce - Mildred Pierce (HBO)
James Woods - Too Big to Fail (HBO
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
Diane Lane - Cinema Verite (HBO)
Maggie Smith - Downton Abbey (PBS)
Emily Watson - Appropriate Adult (Sundance Channel)
Betty White - Hallmark Hall of Fame: The Lost Valentine (CBS)
Kate Winslet - Mildred Pierce (HBO)
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series
Patrick J. Adams - Suits (USA)
Steve Buscemi - Boardwalk Empire (HBO)
Kyle Chandler - Friday Night Lights (DirecTV)
Bryan Cranston - Breaking Bad (AMC)
Michael C. Hall - Dexter (Showtime)
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series
Kathy Bates - Harry's Law (NBC)
Glenn Close - Damages (DirecTV)
Jessica Lange - American Horror Story (FX)
Julianna Margulies - The Good Wife (CBS)
Kyra Sedgwick - The Closer (TNT)
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series
Alec Baldwin - 30 Rock (NBC)
Ty Burrell - Modern Family (ABC)
Steve Carell - The Office (NBC)
Jon Cryer - Two and a Half Men (CBS)
Eric Stonestreet - Modern Family (ABC)
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series
Julia Bowen - Modern Family (ABC)
Edie Falco - Nurse Jackie (Showtime)
Tina Fey - 30 Rock (NBC)
Sofia Vergara - Modern Family (ABC)
Betty White - Hot in Cleveland (TV Land)
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
Boardwalk Empire (HBO) - Steve Buscemi, Dominic Chianese, Robert Clohessy, Dabney Coleman, Charlie Cox, Jose & Lucy Gallina, Stephen Graham, Jack Huston, Anthony Laciura, Heather Lind, Kelly Macdonald, Rory & Declan McTigue, Gretchen Mol, Brady & Connor Noon, Kevin O'Rourke, Aleksa Palladino, Jacqueline Pennewill, Vincent Piazza, Michael Pitt, Michael Shannon, Paul Sparks, Michael Stuhlbarg, Peter Van Wagner, Shea Whigham, Michael Kenneth Williams, Anatol Yusef
Breaking Bad (AMC) - Jonathan Banks, Betsy Brandt, Ray Campbell, Bryan Cranston, Giancarlo Esposito, Anna Gunn, RJ Mitte, Dean Norris, Bob Odenkirk, Aaron Paul
Dexter (Showtime) - Billy Brown, Jennifer Carpenter, Josh Cooke, Aimee Garcia, Michael C. Hall, Colin Hanks, Desmond Harrington, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Rya Kihlstedt, C.S. Lee, Edward James Olmos, James Remar, Lauren Velez, Peter Weller, David Zayas
Game of Thrones (HBO) - Amrita Acharia, Mark Addy, Alfie Allen, Josef Altin, Sean Bean, Susan Brown, Emilia Clarke, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Peter Dinklage, Ron Donachie, Michelle Farley, Jerome Flynn, Elyes Gabel, Aiden Gillen, Jack Gleeson Iain Glen, Julian Glover, Kit Harington, Lena Headey, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Conleth Hill, Richard Madden, Jason Mamoa, Rory McCann, Ian McElhinney, Luke McEwan, Roxanne McKee, Dar Salim, Mark Stanley, Donald Sumpter, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams
The Good Wife (CBS) - Christine Baranski, Josh Charles, Alan Cumming, Matt Czuchry, Julianna Margulies, Chris Noth, Archie Panjabi, Graham Phillips, Makenzie Vega
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series
30 Rock (NBC) - Scott Adsit, Alec Baldwin, Katrina Bowden, Kevin Brown, Grizz Chapman, Tina Fey, Judah Friedlander, Jane Krakowski, John Lutz, Jack McBrayer, Tracy Morgan, Maulik Pancholy, Keith Powell
The Big Bang Theory (CBS) - Mayim Bialik, Kaley Cuoco, Johnny Galecki, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar, Jim Parsons, Melissa Rauch
Glee (Fox) - Dianna Agron, Chris Colfer, Darren Criss, Ashley Fink, Dot Marie Jones, Jane Lynch, Jayma Mays, Kevin McHale, Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Heather Morris, Matthew Morrison, Mike O'Malley, Chord Overstreet, Lauren Potter, Amber Riley, Naya Rivera, Mark Salling, Harry Shum Jr., Iqbal Theba, Jenna Ushkowitz
Modern Family (ABC) - Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, Julia Bowen, Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Nolan Gould, Sarah Hyland, Ed O'Neill, Rico Rodriguez, Eric Stonestreet, Sofia Vergara, Ariel Winter
The Office (NBC) - Leslie David Baker, Brian Baumgartner, Creed Bratton, Steve Carell, Jenna Fischer, Kate Flannery, Ed Helms, Mindy Kaling, Ellie Kemper, Angela Kinsey, John Krasinski, Paul Lieberstein, B.J. Novak, Oscar Nunez, Craig Robinson, James Spader, Phyllis Smith, Rainn Wilson, Zach Woods
November 30, 2010 7:08am EST
Ben Affleck tried to cash in his time spent in a leopard print Speedo with Jimmy Kimmel for discount Disneyland tickets. Of course, Kimmel tried to choke back the “tears” as Affleck shared all about his lovely wife and their impossibly picturesque lives.
Glee’s Chris Colfer opened up about rumors of his citrusy death on Conan and revealed that in addition to singing like an angel, he’s also a secret ninja. (No I’m not kidding. I wouldn’t lie about something this awesome.)
Elvis Costello serenades a member of the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon audience and she gets him feeling kind of “husky.” It wasn’t exactly “Allison” but hey, how often does Elvis Costello sing to you?
30 Rock's Judah Friedlander a.k.a. The World Champion stopped by The Daily Show to share the “most important book in Karate history”: How to Beat Up Anybody.
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Perez Hilton stopped by Lopez Tonight to gossip about as many stars as he could in a 10-minute span and to proclaim himself the “Gay Latino Oprah.” I don't know... maybe if instead of giving away cars and talking about women’s issues, Oprah snapped her fingers in z-formation and proliferated bitchy comments and cartoon penises on celebrities’ faces.
October 13, 2010 6:54am EST
Heidi Klum filled a very, very nice video with her husband Seal for one of his songs. In it, she’s naked. In it, he’s naked. In it, they’re being themselves, as husband and wife. On Leno last night, Heidi explained why Seal’s wearing a watch on his wrist even though the rest of him (and her) are totally naked…which I think is a pretty good question because it’s not like he has to arrive on time for a date with a Victoria’s Secret model.
Jimmy Fallon talked to Johnny Knoxville of Jackass 3D about how there was a screening of the movie on Monday at the Museum of Modern Art, here in Manhattan. So if you lived in Brooklyn and you were subjected to that crazy storm we had on Monday night that caused your dog to get knocked unconscious by those pieces of hail, it was because they were showing Jackass 3D at MoMA.
Then Jimmy played a very tasteful game of Operation with Knoxville and his friend Aaron, who donned a flesh colored thong for the event. First, Jimmy would try and extract a bone from the actual game…but if he missed and hit the edges, Knoxville would electrocute his friend.
Judah Friedlander wrote the book, “How To Beat Up Anybody,” so he went on Jimmy's show to tell us how we’ll be able to beat up anybody in the world, even if they’ve read the book too.
And Matt Damon told David Letterman how he got lost in a maze of corn with his children, which is curious considering his such severe spectacles. It’s also curious why he didn’t film it because it probably would have made a killer sequel to Children of the Corn.