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That House finale really upset me. I'm just praying the last five minutes are another of House's hallucinations. — Jessica
ADAM: I don't want to ruin your summer, Jessica. But I will give that privilege to David Shore, who promises that the car crash and walk on the beach was not a Vicodin-induced fever dream. "These things are real, and there will be consequences," Shore says. "You cannot drive a car through somebody's house and almost knock over your best friend without ramifications. Personally, professionally and legally."
Got any scoop on the next season of Grey's Anatomy? — Amanda
NATALIE: April could be losing her V-card in Season 8! ...
Days after receiving his first Oscar nomination for his performance as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network, Jesse Eisenberg finally met the man behind status updates and poking on Saturday Night Live.
During the opening monologue, Eisenberg was interrupted by Andy Samberg's impression of Zuckerberg and the two compared tips on how to play the part. "I speak in short-clipped sentences and keep my head very still," Eisenberg said. Samberg said: "I wear this sweatshirt and then I say, 'I'm Mark Zuckerberg.'"
The real Zuckerberg soon crashed the party ("awk-berg" as Samberg put it). When Eisenberg asked if he had ever...
Marriage can be murder, and that's the theme of this series depicted real-life tales of wedded woe. Join John Waters as "The Groom Reaper" as he leads us through 13 romances that turn deadly in this Court TV anthology series. The show reminds me of Tales From the Crypt and Alfred Hitchcock Presents, though it's slightly cheesier than either of those. The 3-disc set also includes interviews with the cast and crew, and new introductions by John Waters. Gord Lacey'Til Death Do Us Part Season 1 on Amazon.com.
In a pairing that only John Waters could think up recent Jezebel alum Parker Posey and Jackass mastermind Johnny Knoxville are joining the cast of Fruitcake Knoxville previously appeared in Waters A Dirty ShameThe new film due out next Christmas is mostly under wrappings so to speak but is said to focus on the story of a boy named for his favorite dessert After his family is caught shoplifting meat during the holidays he runs away and encounters a runaway girl being raised by two gay men whos out searching for her biological mother Yes it sounds like a holiday treat all wrapped up in the over-the-top mylar of Waters sensibility Would you be willing to take a bite Anna DimondRelated149 For Jackasses No Injury Too Big Or Small to Overcome149 Exclusive Fox Cuts Short Sherman-Palladinos ReturnMore Movie News 149 Brandon Routh to Star in Dead of Night149 Will FNLs Minka Kelly Get Some Summer Loving149 Mrs Garrett Does What with Adam Sa
Original Hairspray auteur John Waters, responding to the New York Daily News' piece titled "Travolta in 'Spray Revolts Gays," argues, "It should have said 'Revolts Gay,' because it's just one person" Washington Blade editor Kevin Naff raising a ruckus. (Naff's beef is with Hairspray star John Travolta, whose Scientology faith has anti-gay tenets.) As Waters so wonderfully puts it to the News, "If [Travolta] was homophobic, dancing in [drag] with as many gay people as are working on this film, he would have had a heart attack and been dead."