Last week, the Screen Junkies Show convinced actor Christopher Walken to read lines from “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo,” and the video went viral. This week, Alana and her mom June returned the favor, reading lines delivered by Walken in movies like “True Romance” and “Pulp Fiction,” as well as his infamous call for “more cowbell!” on “Saturday Night Live.” Hilarious, all around.
As you already know, Alana was in Hollywood this week for an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” which aired last night. She was hilariously adorable throughout and I couldn’t bring myself to clip just one moment. So, above, see it all, from Mama June repeatedly reminding Alana to keep her legs closed and Alana explaining her sisters’ nicknames, to a decidedly unscripted and somewhat NSFW hand/mouth gesture and an endorsement of “Marack Obama” based mostly on the fact that Mitt Romney said he prefers Snooki to Honey Boo Boo. It’s all the best, she’s so cute, and I love her so much. The end!
My favorite Southern beauty queen, Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson, arrived in Hollywood this week to film appearances on “Extra” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” and basically seemed to have the best week of her life. Let’s see how she spent her time in Tinseltown.
There are some who think there is no value in reality TV, but I dare those haters to say as much come Halloween, when these stars of the small screen are the first people we think of as costume inspirations. While you could certain recycle last year’s Courtney Stodden or “Toddlers & Tiaras” costumes, why not consider dressing up as one of unlikely reality TV heroines who entertained the hell out of us in 2012?
Presented without comment (except to say I love this family!). [Photo: Splash News]
Ami and I are both depressed that the first season of “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” has come to an end. To quote June, “It is what it is.” To ease our sadness, I’ve compiled 35 of the best GIFs featuring Alana and her craaaaaazy family. You’d better redneckognize!
The good news is “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” has been picked up for another season! WOOT! And the bad news is … well, you know the bad news. The season is over and now I have nothing to look forward to on Wednesday nights. I’m almost too sad to write about the “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” finale, but I will buck up because Alana would want me to. As always there were too many precious moments for me to cover them all. With a heavy heart, I bring you my favorite nuggets from last night’s finale. TEARDROP. Keep reading »
I forbid you to talk about how next week is the finale of “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.” No, we are NOT going to discuss it. I am still working on my post-”Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” contingency plan and until then, I am choosing to remain in denial. Let’s talk about last night’s episode, the theme of which, I’ve decided, was FACE. Everyone was giving it. Mostly not on purpose. There was also plenty of farting and snot. Obviously. Some of my favorite moments after the jump. Keep reading »
Ami: I am already anticipating going into a deep depression when this season of “Here Comes Honey Boo” ends. I can feel it coming. And I can’t even bare to think of it. But we still have episodes to discuss and they are still mind-blowing, heart warming and disgusting all at once. I am going to skip the heart warming stuff where Alana and Sugar Bear go on a father/daughter outing to the skating rink and Alana sells lemonade to raise money for her next pageant (collective Awwwwwww), and get into the gizzards of the episode. Prepare yourself for smell breaths and more after the jump. Keep reading »
“I’m doing a duet record and I’m here to ask Honey Boo Boo Child to be my duet partner … She is real, she is lovely, she’s funny … She doesn’t take herself seriously. The whole family doesn’t take themselves seriously. It’s really just good fun. I love anybody who dances to the beat of a different drummer .. She is the queen. She understands what drag is. That’s what pageants are.”
– RuPaul Charles‘ official duet proposal to Alana Thompson aka Honey Boo Boo Child. Wait, my idol RuPaul would like to record a duet with my other idol, Honey Boo Boo? I need to process this bit of information. When the very short list of celebrities that I worship end up in one news headline together, I feel very overwhelmed. Obviously this needs to happen. This must happen. It MUST. Song titles are running though my head: “Glitzy Made Me Do It,” “A Dollar Makes Her Holler,” “Pageant Girl,” “Crown Chaser,” “Jealous of My Flipper,” “Shh! It’s A Wig,” “Don’t Step On My Forklift Foot.” I shall keep you posted. [E! Online]