Rhea’s reenactment of the above scene is comedy gold.
Just a stroll down memory lane, CF.
Seth MacFarlane has often come under fire from U.S. watchdog groups for making crude jokes.
The Parents Television Council regularly ranks Family Guy among their ‘worst prime-time shows for family viewing’ on the grounds that it may include gratuitous sex or obscene language.
So that’s why he’s hosting The Oscars.
“Along Comes Mary” is a song composed by Tandyn Almer, originally recorded in 1966 by The Association, and released on their debut album And Then… Along Comes the Association. It was their first hit and reached number seven on the U.S. charts.
By the way, did you know that “Mary” is hydro?
Close friend Gwyneth Paltrow recalls visiting Beyoncé during a recording session. Beyoncé was holding Blue Ivy Carter in her arms.
This is how you do it. You do what you love with who you love included.
Welcome to the jungle! … of the unconventional challenge. This is the one where our brave contestants have to make clothes out of things that ain’t cloth. Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum each introduce one element of unconventionality. The duality of the challenge, much like the duality of man, is symbolized by a Glade(TM) scented candle with two scents. I would carry one of those around for every time I wanted to inject my opinion: “If you want MY two scents….” Oh, how they would laugh! Andy Others lives for the hypothetical hilarity of audiences.
Anyhoo, sweet Tim harkens back to the unconventional flower shop, like the jasmine in a Glade(TM) scented candle. Meanwhile, Mistress Klum smacks down her preference for the unconventional hardware store, like the leather in a Glade(TM) scented candle. And if you think a jasmine and leather candle wouldn’t sell, then you’ve never been to Chelsea!
She’s the lady who had hits in the 70s and now does 3 hour-long infomercials about her Christ-y music.
Since there’s nothing more romantic than cancer, I thought I’d remind everyone — on this bloody Valentine’s Day — that one of my very favorite shows starring the incredibly gifted actor, Laura Linney, is coming up really soon.
It’s The Big C. A terminal illness has never been this much fun!