This isn’t an SNL skit
"Drew Carrey's Male Call" is the title of the Enquirer piece I'm quoted in about how Rob Wilson is the first male model on The Price Is Right (something that surely wouldn't have happened when Bob Barker was hosting). "I think it's great that we're catering to everybody, not just one specific group ... More >>
NTUSA bring the past to the Kitchen
Very few things have remained the same since 1984. The highest grossing movie that year was Beverly Hills Cop; now, we have The Hunger Games. Michael Jackson's Thriller ruled the airwaves; 28 years later, Adele's 21 hasn't budged from Billboard's top spot. And who had heard of the Internet yet ... More >>
The news of a rapper-packed revamp of Hollywood Squares has been greeted positively, not least because everyone has been able to join in the fun of Googling the demographic term "malennials" to find out if they are going to be allowed to watch the show. It's also allowed some people speculate on whi ... More >>
Seth Meyers wants to _____ you
Put those nonreaders to shame
Thanks to Voice pal Mr. Eddie Huang , we came across the above clip of some Jeopardy! contestants who have apparently never seen the video for "Killa Cam." When supplied with the answer "Rapper Cam'ron had a pink one of these alliterative super-SUV's, but sold it as it got too much attention," the ... More >>
All the fuss from Dancing With The Stars producers explaining away why they can't possibly have a same-sex couple on the show seems extra ridiculous when you remember that such a configuration has been unabashedly featured on sitcoms, soaps, talk shows, and reality shows. And on Wheel of Fortune!
"I am a 74-time Jeopardy! champion, Ken Jennings. I will not be answering in the form of a question," someone wrote in the IAmA section of social news website and discussion board Reddit yesterday afternoon under the username WatsonsBitch. It turns out, via proof on his blog, that it was inde ... More >>
Now's Your Chance -- Kill It, Trebek!Last night, a computer beat two Jeopardy champions at their own game. Watson, the computer, is an IBM project designed to understand the nuances of human language, from playful puns to double entendres. Here's some nuanced language for it to understand: We ... More >>
What would you do for a free beer?
Everybody's favorite New York reader-of-the-papers, NY1's Pat Kiernan, has a new gig. Not to worry, he'll still be reading the papers for you in the morning, but he'll be moonlighting in the trivia business. If you follow Pat, you know he has a fondness for pop culture: He features a daily tr ... More >>
"Vanna White came into the green room in sweats, without any make-up, eating a piece of cake, and asked if anyone thought it was fair Brandy was eliminated from Dancing with the Stars while Bristol Palin remained." Phil and the Osophers' Kevin Estrada on Wheel! Of! Fortoooouuuune! Around these par ... More >>
Is that an Ionic column, or are you just happy to see me?In the Benjamin Buttoning of Betty White's reclaimed celebrity (see: comeback to fame by way of SNL by way of social networking site), we now have rumors of Betty White sex photos. Because video wasn't so popular back then. God, imagine ... More >>
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