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14. Double Trouble Award: In the first episode of Welcome to the Family, the Yoder and Hernandez families are rocked by the news that their daughter and son, respectively, are going to have a baby together. And then just as the families get a grasp on that big news, grandma-to-be Caroline learns that she too is pregnant! Aw, mother-daughter bonding.
13. Saddest Change of Heart: On The Mindy Project, Pastor Casey, Mindy's fiancé, decides what he really wants to be is...
Bill Murray and David Letterman
Apparently someone was a big fan of HBO's recent TV movie Behind the Candelabra!
Bill Murray returned to the Late Show with David Letterman on Thursday to help ring in the show's 20th anniversary, and boy did he make an entrance!
Bill Murray, who was the first guest on The Late Show with David Letterman when it premiered in 1993, will return to the show to celebrate its 20th anniversary later this month.
Murray will make his 26th guest appearance on Thursday, Aug. 29, CBS announcedMonday. Murray was also the first guest on David Letterman's Late Night show when it premiered in 1982.
Bill Murray is a lot of things — actor, comedian, party crasher — but apparently, this baby is not impressed.
Jon Cryer, Kristin Wiig
Some of the funniest people on the planet gathered in New York City Saturday night for the first-ever Comedy Awards (which airs April 10 at 9 p.m. simultaneously across MTV Networks' Comedy Central, Spike TV, TV Land, VH1 and Nick At Nite). Eddie Murphy received the Comedy Icon Award and paid homage to his greatest comedic inspirations: Bill Cosby, Charlie Chaplin, Richard Pryor and George Carlin. But the biggest award of the evening was also the most...
Ramon Rodriguez has been tapped to play Bosley in ABC's Charlie's Angels reboot, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Rodriquez, 31, who played Leo in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, will play a hunked-up and younger version of Bosley. This protector of the Angels is very...
Originated by tubby character actor David Doyle on TV and succeeded by Bill Murray and the late Bernie Mac in the movies, Charlie's Angels' Bosley was better known for his wit than his physique.
Is NCIS actress Pauley Perrette a natural blonde? Finding out sounds like a mission for the FCU: Fact Checkers Unit.
This is the first of four specials that Saturday Night Live will be airing on Thursday nights. Rumor has it that at some point, Sarah Palin, will make an appearance as Tina Fey, which, with the two appearing on the same show, may result in the apocalypse. But, in the meantime, we got a special appearance from SNL alum Chris Parnell and a fantastic surprise midway through the first sketch to ask a question: Bill Murray!
Opening Sketch: CNN – The Presidential Debate
Fred Armisen plays Obama, Darrell Hammond plays McCain and Chris Parnell plays Tom Brokaw … and they all nail each one's mannerisms and voice cadences. Well done! "Tom" says the candidates only get 25 seconds to answer one of the "eight least interesting questions" he's picked and they'll only get three second response. Ha! This is clearly playing off the fact that Brokaw was more of a time referee than a moderator at the debate. The candidates can be real windbags, no? And, I say that with patriotic affection. It also tickles my fancy is that Casey Wilson and Bill Hader ask the questions exactly like the deer-caught-in-headlights "folks" who were featured at the debate. Obama answers questions in his staccato signature style, and McCain tries to come off as a bad ass before calling the audience members by the wrong name and walking into Obama's camera frame ...
Let the Comic-Con gimmicks begin Last year one of the most buzzed-about appearances at the huge San Diego festival was made by a full-scale suit from the Iron Man movie Iron Man you may have heard went on to be this summers biggest films grossing 288 million in six weeksIn order to piggyback off the success of early promotional buzz more and more movie studios are introducing their films in big ways at Comic-Con Case in point Walden Media aka the Chronicles of Narnia people will launch one of the most ambitious Comic-Con marketing stunts ever for its upcoming film City of Ember starring Bill Murray Per Variety Walden will re-create the mythical city from the film on a private two-car train The coolest part The train will take 25 members of the media on a two-hour journey to the conventions San Diego locale Um where can we sign up Erin FoxRelated149 Bill Murray Slapped with Restraining Order and Divorce Papers149 Use Our Online Video Guide to Wa