Okay, so I’ve never actually seen an episode of “Bob’s Burgers,” but apparently it’s popular and the character of Tina Belcher sounds like my spirit animal. At 14 years old, she has a voracious sex drive and a uniboob, and her favorite things are horses, rainbows, zombies, and writing erotic fiction. Like I said, spirit animal. Something tells me I will be watching “Bob’s Burgers” tonight. Oh, anyway, the other great thing about Tina is that she makes for possibly the easiest Halloween costume ever — chances are you can source most of this stuff from your closet. But if not, we’ve figured it out for you. Just don’t forget to practice your moaning. Keep reading »
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“Breaking Bad” may be over, but our obsession with one of the greatest shows of all time has not — and that’s true for the cast and crew as well. The show’s camera operator Andy Voegeli tweeted a bunch of photos he took over the course of filming the five seasons, including the two snaps above of the “Breaking Bad”-inspired tattoos that Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston got. Paul’s ink, which says “No Half Measures” in cursive, is the name of a classic episode from season three (and a reference to a classic moment between Mike Ehrmantraut and Walter White). Cranston’s tat is, of course, the show’s logo, albeit very tiny. Check out a few more of Voegeli’s shots after the jump! Keep reading »
Bad Lip Reading has really upped their game, huh? This time, their redubbed dialogue has turned “Game of Thrones” into a quirky comedy about a medieval carnival. I would totally watch this show. [Uproxx]
Kenan Thompson Says There Are No Black Women On “Saturday Night Live” Because There Aren’t Enough Funny Black Women
I like Kenan Thompson a lot. He’s probably my favorite actor on “Saturday Night Live” right now. But what the heck was he thinking when he spoke to TV Guide about diversity on “SNL”? The show hasn’t had a Black woman on the cast for six years, despite having numerous other performers of color, including Thompson, Jay Pharoah (who is Black), and Nasim Pedrad (who is both Iranian and a woman). Yet when asked why “SNL” hasn’t cast a Black woman, Thompson suggested that there just aren’t enough funny Black ladies:
“It’s just a tough part of the business. Like in auditions, they just never find ones that are ready.”
The world asked and “Dancing With the Stars” delivered! On last night’s episode, Elizabeth Berkley not only jived to The Pointer Sisters’ “I’m So Excited,” but she started the dance by acting out the classic “Saved by the Bell” scene in which she confesses to her dance partner that she’s addicted to “jive pills.” She’s so … scared! And this is SO EPIC. [Entertainment Weekly]
Hannibal Lecter is just like us! In addition to enjoying his fava beans with a nice Chianti, Sir Anthony Hopkins also likes to spend his free time binge-watching entire TV series. His latest obsession? “Breaking Bad,” which just came to its dramatic conclusion a few weeks ago. Sir Anthony was apparently so impressed by the series that he sent the show’s star, Bryan Cranston, the following fan letter:
Dear Mister Cranston.
I wanted to write you this email – so I am contacting you through Jeremy Barber – I take it we are both represented by UTA . Great agency.
I’ve just finished a marathon of watching “BREAKING BAD” – from episode one of the First Season – to the last eight episodes of the Sixth Season. (I downloaded the last season on AMAZON) A total of two weeks (addictive) viewing.
I have never watched anything like it. Brilliant!
Your performance as Walter White was the best acting I have seen – ever. Keep reading »
We’re counting down the seconds until “The Walking Dead” season four premiere, and the suspense is KILLING US. (See what we did there?) But before we begin another season of zombie madness, let’s have a moment of silence for Andrea (RIP), zombie Merle’s brain (RIP), and Carl’s innocence, lost in season three (also, RIP). Keep reading »
Weekend Shut-In Worksheet: Stalk Banksy, Read The Husband’s Secret & Eat All The Nutella Marshmallow Pillow Pockets
Activities are wonderful, but sometimes, it’s fine to want to shut the world out for a couple of days, and make some serious time for you. Don’t be afraid of FOMO, either. There will always be another party, another pub crawl, another picnic. The time you’ll spend indulging in the things you want to do, alone, are well worth it. Here’s a handy list of awesome things to do this weekend!
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Goodbye To Cory Monteith: Watch Lea Michele’s Beautiful And Teary Rendition Of “Make You Feel My Love”
Last night’s episode of “Glee” dealt with the death of cast member Cory Monteith and his character, Finn, but interestingly, did not address how the actor/character passed. ”I care more about how he lived,” said Kurt at the top of the episode. Above, watch Monteith’s real-life girlfriend, Lea Michele, sing Bob Dylan’s “Let You Feel My Love,” with tears running down her face. I had chills the entire time. Just beautiful and heartbreaking. You can watch the rest of the performances here.
You guys. I have a very difficult confession to make. I’m feeling very “meh” about this season of “Nashville.” I know! I can barely even admit it to myself! I’m just having trouble getting excited about any of the current storylines, and so many of the characters I loved in season 1 are coming across as boring/annoying in season 2. Amelia thinks it’s because Rayna has been wearing her hair up too much, which is valid – not allowing Connie Britton’s hair to flow freely is a travesty. How are you guys liking this season? Do you share my ambivalence or are you super into it??
Even with my hesitations about the plot, this season’s fashion game has been on point. Frisky reader Sara requested a Style Stealer for the fabulous silk halter top Rayna wore to the Edgehill party in last week’s episode (paired with one of the aforementioned sacrilegious ponytails). Get the shopping details for her exact top, plus a more affordable option, after the jump! Keep reading »