Stephen Colbert is back! Last week, on February 15th and 16th, fans of ‘The Colbert Report’ were surprised and concerned by an abrupt suspension of new episodes due to a “family emergency.” However, the master of news satire will be picking up where the he left off on Monday night with special guest Parnassus Books owner Ann Patchett.
It's been all over the news how two of the judges, and the emcee got fired from "The X Factor". First reports showed Nicole Scherzinhger was the first to go along with host Steve Jones. Then news that judge Paula Abdul was let go as well. Simon Cowell, the show's creator says the firings came after a top secret meeting to determine what went wrong and what was done right.
While most of the world watched a slew of big budget, overly extravagant Super Bowl commercials the good people of North Platte, Nebraska were the fortunate few who got to see Will Ferrell’s hilariously minimalist ‘Old Milwaukee’ ad.
Two recreational hockey teams in Port Credit, Ontario were told they were going to be a part of a documentary, but instead they found themselves smack-dab in the middle of a Budweiser Canada Super Bowl 2012 commercial. Rather than play a joke on the unsuspecting athletes, however, it turns out that the beer brand actually made their dreams come true.
Coming up Sunday at 5pm is Super Bowl XLVI and most football fans love watching this pro team matchup--this year pitting the NY Giants against New England. People are planning parties around the event and there's a great fund-raiser going on that gives those Super Bowl fans what they want, plus helps some kids out.
Miranda Lambert co-stars with fellow singer Harry Connick Jr. and actor Michael McKean in an upcoming episode of ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.’ This is Miranda's first attempt at actually reading a script in an acting capacity.
The Jersey-born actor who played Jewish Puerto Rican wheeler-dealer Juan Luis Pedro Phillipo de Huevos Epstein on the 1970s classic "Welcome Back Kotter," died from an apparent heart attack after suffering chest pains at his Metuchen home yesterday morning
Heeeeeeere's Johnny. Late night TV viewers heard Ed McMahon bring on the star of the Tonight Show, Johnny Carson , that way for from 1962 to 1992. It was on this day, Januarey 23rd, 2005, that Johnny Carson passed away at the age of 79.
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