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The Cleveland Show Goes Geek With Season Finale Trip to Comic-Con

The Cleveland Show

The Cleveland Show geeks out for its Season 2 finale when the Brown/Tubbs family heads to Comic-Con (Sunday, 9:30/8:30c, Fox). Tired of being overshadowed by his wife, Donna, Cleveland wants to "find my thing, something that makes me utterly unique." In typical random fashion, he comes up with the idea to write his own comic book and peddle it at the annual pop-culture gathering in San Diego. His creation, Waderman (named for the rubber wading boots he wears), is described by The Simpsons' caustic übernerd Comic Book Guy (in the Best. Cameo. Ever.) as "an aquatic superhero who lacks the ability to swim — apparently he also has a superhuman tolerance for irony."

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David Schwimmer, Wife Expecting First Child

Zoe Buckman and David Schwimmer

David Schwimmer is going to be a first-time dad.

The Friends alum and his wife, Zoe Buckman, are expecting ...
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David Schwimmer Marries Girlfriend

Zoe Buckman and David Schwimmer

David Schwimmer and girlfriend Zoe Buckman have been married for four months, Entertainment Weekly reports.

Friends' David Schwimmer gets engaged

Schwimmer, 43, and Buckman, 25, had a small private ceremony in June, three months after they announced their engagement.

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Friends' David Schwimmer Gets Engaged

David Schwimmer, Zoe Buckman

David Schwimmer is going from friend to fiancé.

The 43-year-old former Friends star and longtime girlfriend... read more


The partyThe party in and of itself has to be one of 30 Rocks finest and most manic moments Lets just get that out of the wayWhat I loved most about the party is that after allllll the setup that with all of the rumoredsupposedabsolutely fabricated guests the brilliant writers of 30 Rock didnt event attempt to take us to the party in real time There was no way it could live up to the promise Nor did they just cut to Jack and his distressed hair and merely refer to the bash as being crazy Rather the way we only got fleeting almost Lost-like flashbacks to the insane bizarre freaky and at times completely out-of-character shenanigans was genius A veritable feast for comedy-lovers eyes and I would reckon one of the most replayed-on-TiVo segments of the TV season I myself watched it at least four times at varying speedsThat said nothing I can type here can begin to recap the party So let me just evoke a few images and then well move on with the rest of the re read more

More Frank Talk with 30 Rocker Judah Friedlander

Judah Friedlander, 30 Rock

In case you haven’t noticed, this week nearly every morsel of NBC's prime-time lineup has gone green, sprinkling eco-friendly messages wherever and whenever possible. How will the gloriously irreverent 30 Rock (Thursdays at 8:30 pm/ET) tackle such a heady subject matter? Think "Ross Geller in a foam mascot suit." TVGuide.com caught up with Judah Friedlander, who plays "TGS" scribe Frank, to get a sneak peek. TVGuide.com: As we neared the end of last season on 30 Rock, how confident were you that the show would get renewed?Friedlander: Well, after they renewed us I was pretty confident we would get renewed. I was still holding out a bit, but I was pretty confident. Literally, man, I had no idea, dude. I had no clue. TVGuide.com: Is the vibe on the set any different now that you have gotten read more

Al Gore Rocks a Role on NBC Sitcom

Al Gore by Heidi Gutman/NBC Universal Photo

Is NBC's 30 Rock at risk of going the way of stunt-casting addict Will & Grace? A piece in USA Today reveals that in addition to Edie Falco's upcoming three-episode stint (first reported by TVGuide.com), no less than former vice president Al Gore, Friends alum David Schwimmer (as an out-of-work actor, natch), Steve Buscemi (as a PI hired by Jack), Meredith Vieira and Carrie "I Now Guest-star for a Living" Fisher have been booked for appearances during Season 2. America's paper also reveals details on Falco's previously unspecified role: She's playing a Democratic congresswoman from New Hampshire who hooks up with... Jack?!As for 30 Rock's season-opener, airing tonight: as funny as it is — and it is funny — dare I opine that next week's episode, for me at least, was even more howl-worthy? Will Arnett slays me. read more

At the Movies: Justin Timberlake Hits the Ice, Ice, Baby

Justin Timberlake by Lester Cohen/WireImage.com

Justin Timberlake will play a professional hockey player who is romanced by teammate Romany Malco's missus in the Mike Myers comedy The Love Guru.... Also per the Reporter, Carla Gugino is a CSI who woos Robert De Niro in the crime drama Righteous Kill, also starring Al Pacino.... David Schwimmer is Kate Beckinsale's hubby in the political thriller Nothing But the Truth.... Ron Livingston is Eric Bana's bud in The Time Traveler's Wife.... Jason Isaacs and Melissa George are John Cusack's nemesis and girlfriend, respectively, in the thriller Stopping Power.... Per Variety, Eva Mendes has joined Frank Miller's The Spirit. read more


Will & Grace star Eric McCormack has been tapped for the lead — filled by David Schwimmer in a London production last year — in Neil LaBute's Some Girl(s), making its U.S. premiere on Broadway June 8. McCormack, whose previous Great White Way run was in 2001's The Music Man, plays a soon-to-be-engaged man who pays final visits to four ex-girlfriends. read more


New York's MTA must not be striking after all. Old Friend David Schwimmer will make his Broadway debut in '06 in a revival of The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial. And this summer, American Idol 2 wannabe Josh Strickland has been cast in the lead in Phil Collins' Broadway-bound Tarzan. Good for him — he'll get to sing schmaltzy ballads after all. read more

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